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Vote for Most Memorable Classic Super Bowl Ad

Watch these 10 immortal Super Bowl commercials and then vote below for which you think is the most memorable ad.

Xerox: "Monk" (1977)
Brother Dominic knows where to turn when asked to reproduce a manuscript 500 times.

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Coke: "Mean Joe Greene" (1979)
The Pittsburgh Steeler may be tough as nails on the field, but he warms the heart of a young fan who offers him his Coke.

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Apple: "1984" (1984)
Ridley Scott directed this nightmarish, Orwellian vision of what life would be like without a Macintosh computer. He got it pretty much right!

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Monster.com: "When I Grow Up" (1999)
What do you want to be when you grow up? "I want to climb my way up to middle-management!"

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Gatorade: "23 vs. 39" (2003)
Perhaps the only one to take on Michael Jordan is . . . Michael Jordan.

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Reebok: "Terry Tate, Office Linebacker" (2003)
Perhaps this Human Resources representative takes his job a little too seriously. (Bet nobody would give him a bad PER.)

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Pepsi: "Pepsi Truck" (2005)
P. Diddy hops a ride in a Diet Pepsi truck to a red carpet ceremony, proving himself to be an automotive fashion trendsetter.

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Degree: "Stunt City" (2006)
None of the stuntmen and women in Stunt City seems hot and bothered, and no wonder - they're using Degree deodorant. Remember that next time you hitch a ride on a helicopter.

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Bud Light: "Hitch Hiker" (2007)
That sketchy-looking guy on the side of the road carrying an axe . . . . hey, he's got Bud Light!

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Budweiser: "Rocky" (2008)
Budweiser's tradition of commercials featuring its trademark Clydesdales gets the added benefit of spoofing Sylvester Stallone's "Rocky," with a dalmation acting as coach Burgess Meredith. (Oh, and kid, fillies weaken the legs!)

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