Bob Dylan Chrysler Super Bowl 2014 Ad entangled in Controversy

Chrysler Super Bowl 2014 Ad with Bob Dylan is Online

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The Chrysler 2 minute Super Bowl 2014 Ad with Bod Dylan is entangled in a more than one controversy. And this after the Super Bowl is history for more about 48 hours.

The Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl 2014. The Seahawks smashed the Broncos with 43 to 8. The Budweiser Super Bowl Ad Puppy Love won the most important Super Bowl 2014 Ad ranking. Watch all Super Bowl 2014 Ads in our Super Bowl 2014 Ad Video Gallery.

Two days after the Super Bowl the Chrysler Super Bowl 2014 ad with Bob Dylan is still the topic of heated discussions. First the Bob Dylan fans started an uproar because they think their idol sold out his believes in the ad. Of course he did not. He made a ton of money for being Bob Dylan. What is wrong with that? What is actually more concerning is the ad itself. At first I thought it is pretty cool. Then I saw reports that one of the images used in the video is an Austrian Autobahn sign (Katschberg). What is up with that? Why Austrian? Doesn’t everyone know that the Autobahn is a German thing? Then I read this New Yorker piece that rips the Chrysler Super Bowl Ad apart for its badness. The wrong Autobahn image is just a little mistake to the big ones liek over selling the authenticity of Dylan.

Watch the epic 2 minute┬áChrysler Super Bowl 2014 Ad below to judge for yourself. Watch also the hilarious extended cut of the ad that Conan O’Brian featured on his show.

Super Bowl 2014 is history and it ended with a historic win of the Seattle Seahawks. The big game will be played in the Metlife stadium in East Rutherford. It was the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl but not the coldest in history. Watch all Super Bowl 2014 commercials in our Super Bowl 2014 Ad Gallery. Check out the complete list of Super Bowl 2014 Advertisers.


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