Found January 27, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
The Super Bowl 46, or Super Bowl XLVI, for my “friends, countrymen, ROMANS!, ad hype is already in full swing. People have already started talking about the high-powered spots set to run on Super Bowl Sunday. And it includes one centered around the quintessential Chicago ’80s movie “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” You could call it a sports movie too, as they do attend a Cubs game and the dialogue includes this golden material: Dean Ed Rooney asks a hot dog stand worker who’s watching the Cubs-Pirates game on television, who is currently winning. Rooney: what’s the score? worker: nothing-nothing. Rooney: who’s winning? worker (sarcastically): the Bears! So here’s the teaser video for the Ferris Bueller spot. Love this comment below In today’s economy a sequel would work perfectly “Ferris Bueller, Laid Off” ehahn485 Oh by the way, what’s the deal with Cameron being a sell out Detroit Red Wings fan? Paul M. Banks is CEO of The Sports, an official Google News site that generates
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