Vote for Best St. Louis Super Bowl Ad: Budweiser vs. Dirt Cheap Chicken


Dirt Cheap lived up to its name in a bargain-basement production.
  • Dirt Cheap lived up to its name in a bargain-basement production.
We know the drill this morning. Time to re-watch all those Super Bowl commercials you missed while heading back to the fridge.

Here -- in no particular order -- are the ads with St. Louis connections that we noticed during last night's big game.

Anheuser-Busch InBev represented as did a local spot from Dirt Cheap. Which was your favorite? Continue on to check out all the commercials (below) and cast your vote!

Product Placement: A movie director learns he can get free beer with a few not-so-subtle shots of Bud Light in the background.
 <a href="" target="_new" title="">Bud Light: Product Placement</a>

Dog Sitter: Some very well-trained canines throw a great party -- with Bud Light.

<a href="" target="_new" title="">Bud Light: Dog Sitter</a>

Wild West: A delivery from the Clydesdale wagon saves the day; everyone sings Elton John.

<a href="" target="_new" title="">Budweiser: Wild West</a>

Underdog: Man v. beast. Man wins. (Another canine clip from Bud Light.)

<a href="" target="_new" title="">Bud Light: Underdog</a>

Hack Job: This Bud Light ad is pretty funny, and pretty simple.

<a href="" target="_blank" target="_new" title="">Bud Light: Hack Job</a>

Crying Crooner: Okay, it's an ad for Stella Artois. But, hey, we can claim it as a local brew these days, no? Adrien Brody stars as a jazz singer.

<a href="" target="_blank" target="_new" title="">Stella Artois: Crying Crooner</a>

Dirt Cheap: And, finally, we save the best for last. Behold, the Dirt Cheap chicken, as seen during one of the few local spots for last night's game. Check out the actor in the green shirt on the couch delivering a performance worthy of a daytime Emmy.


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