Chrysler's Super Bowl ad featuring a gravel-voiced Clint Eastwood was pulled from the car company's official YouTube channel Monday.
Though the "Halftime in America" commercial can still be viewed elsewhere on the site, the video posted on the automaker's channel was replaced by a note that reads, "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by NFL Properties LLC."
The ad was a hit with viewers of Super Bowl XLVI and ad pros alike, ranking third in the overall in the Brand Bowl 2012 and coming top of a poll by The Wall Street Journal.
Brand Bowl monitored 400,000 Twitter comments about the Big Game commercials and ranked them in order according to the volume of chatter they created and their popularity.
Chrysler was topped only by Doritos' comical "Crash the Super Bowl" spots and H&M's use of a scantily-clad David Beckham.
Legendary actor and director Eastwood's poignant speech about the US economy also does not play on Chrysler's website, as it is embedded w...