The Hurry Furry


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  • "Hello! Do you have any extra fur just lying around? Well, we have the solution to your problem. The Hurry Furry!
  • The Hurry Furry
  • This scene is the opening scene for the commercial. It introduces our invention in a way that could compare to the audience. It even shows that it doesn't matter what kind of fur you use. (We do not recommend using real fur)
  • This scene talks about all of the things that the Hurry Furry can do and produce. It shows the different things that can be made by one strip of fur and the different colors it can change into. The only thing is that you have to provide your own ink and fur.
  • "The Hurry Furry can turn any strip of fur into a piece of clothing. You can make shirts, pants, jackets, or even blankets! It can even produce items in red, white, blue, and black!"
  • The Hurry Furry
  • "I am just going to put my fur into the machine and then turn the knobs on the side to make sure that it makes a white jacket. I am going to wait 2 minutes to see the results!"
  • This scene shows Elizabeth testing out the Hurry Furry. She used her own fur and set it to her preferred setting of a white jacket. It leads up to the result that the Hurry Furry will produce showing how it works during the commercial.
  • The Hurry Furry
  • "2 minutes has passed and the jacket is so beautiful! The machine totally did its job by making my jacket pure white and very fluffy!"
  • This scene shows the jacket after it was in the machine for 2 minutes. It shows the audience that the machine actually works, even if it is mostly camera magic. 
  • This scene shows Elizabeth singing the jingle, which is a parody of Hakuna Matata from The Lion King.
  • "It means no worries for the rest of your days! It's all problem free, and crazy cheap! The Hurry Furry!"
  • This last scene just has our slogan at the end, which is very important. The scenes right before this talk about the cost being 45 dollars and that shipping and handling can cost between 3 and 12 dollars depending on where you live.
  • The Hurry Furry
  • "Now remember, every hurry furry helps!"
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