Coming back to life

Nashawaty, Chris; Murphy, Maggie
April 1996
Entertainment Weekly;4/19/96, Issue 323, p9
Focuses on the new advertisement for Snapple featuring Mikey, the child who pitched for Life cereal in the 1970s. The technical process called digital compositing which enabled creators to use the original Mikey in the new ad; Where Mikey is in 1996.


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