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Loyal to One Owner

Award: Wood Pencil

Wood Pencil / TV & Cinema Crafts / Direction / 2006

While a couple relax in their motel room, a thief steals the man's Levi's that were drying on the veranda. As the thief escapes down the street, wearing the stolen pants, his jeans begin to mimic the movements of their rightful owner. As the owner is nudged out of the way of the television by his girlfriend, the thief is nudged into a parked car, setting off the car's alarm. When the owner kicks a finished soda can into the garbage, the thief's leg kicks out, banging into a pedestrian barrier. After seeing the owner dancing while selecting a T-shirt to wear, the thief is seen in the street dancing also - around a policeman. It's as if the thief is taunting the cop, and the cop is none too impressed. The thief has had enough, and the jeans come flying back to the veranda, where their rightful owner finds them, and puts them on. ‘Levi's 501 Jeans. A style for every story.’

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