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Coca-Cola Ogre
Coca-Cola Ogre
Coca-Cola is advertising in its fifth consecutive Super Bowl with two 60-second spots.

In "Border," a bottle of Coke acts as peaceful emissary between two surly border guards in the middle of the desert.

In "Siege," an army of ogres with a fire-breathing dragon march toward a castle, but the defenders ward them off with Coca-Cola. The company describes "Siege" as a story of good triumphing over evil ... with the help of Coke, of course.



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Last updated February 04 2011: 9:27 AM ET
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