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Creative Legends from the '70s and '80s Attend Inaugural Campaign Brief All-Time Dream Team Legendary Lunch

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The lunch was generously co-sponsored by Found At Sea

Creative Legends from the '70s and '80s Attend Inaugural Campaign Brief All-Time Dream Team Legendary Lunch
The inaugural Campaign Brief All-Time Dream Team Legendary Lunch for many of the original creative legends of the '70s and '80s is currently underway at Kingsleys, kindly co-sponsored by Dan Trotter from Sydney-based production company Found At Sea.

The annual Lunch is honouring those who laid the foundations of today's Australian advertising industry, which is now one of the most awarded in the world.



The 70+ legends who are in attendance include Lionel Hunt, Gordon Trembath, Ron Mather, Jack Vaughan, Allan (Jo) Johnston, Terry Bunton, Terry Durack, Jill Dupleix, Dick Greenlaw, Harry Ledowsky, Scott Whybin, David Blackley, John Bevins, Ray Black, David Morris, Richard Osborn, Tony Stewart, Phil Atkinson, Bart Pavlovich, Dean Thomas, Kaye Schirrman, Garry Horner, Rowan Dean, Graham Watson, Ian Watson, Doug Watson, Phil Putnam, Rocky Ranallo, Rodd Martin, Grahame Smith, Mike Doyle, Graham Nunn, Dave Loveder, George Betsis, Warren Brown, Sue Carey, Simon Collins, Tom Moult, Rob Belgiovane, Andrew Killey, Rod Bennett, Jack Room, Tom McFarlane, Andrew Nairn, Chez Gough, Sean Cummins, Mike Newman, Mike O'Sullivan, Paul Catmur, Mike Preston, Fysh Rutherford, Ray Sharp, Mike Salter, Paul Ibbetson, Derek Hughes, Greg Desmond, Rob Henderson, Sue Hind, Warwick Majcher, Neil Shennen, John Finkelsen, Dave Denneen, Anna Fawcett, John Marles, Grant Booker, Mick Hunter, Kaye Schirrman, Mike Boswell, Stewart Byfield and Ken Cato.

Here is the speech given by legend and MC Fysh Rutherford (pictured left):

For those who can't remember me, I'm Fysh Rutherford. Three time winner of the Caxton Talent quest.

It is indeed a privilege to be here today amongst so many old friends and advertising legends

Kinky Friedman the Texas Jewish cowboy in his book Heros and Legends, defines a legend NOT by what they achieved but by what they have OVERCOME to achieve it.

When I look at what we have overcome ... the booze, the drugs,  The Caxtons, the production company Christmas parties, the inappropriate behaviour, the sex, the divorces, the 60's, 70's, and 80's, (decades that is, not ages) and the endless lunches.... we are all true legends!

So welcome to lunch... the inaugural Campaign Brief All-Time Dream Team Legendary Lunch. Commonly called the ATDTLL

Campaign Brief has invited you, original creative legends of the 70s and 80s, to be their guests at the inaugural Campaign Brief All-Time Dream Team Legendary Lunch

This annual Lunch honours those who laid the foundations of today's Australian advertising industry, which is now one of the most creative and awarded in the world.

Why today? The ATDTLL will be held each year on the nearest Thursday to March 15 ~ the Ides of March ~ the late, great and typographer to the stars.. Mike Chandler's birthday.

Please give a round of applause to Lynchy, Kim and Martin from Campaign Brief and especially our generous co-sponsor Dan Trotter from Sydney production company Found At Sea. Stand up Dan...

A special welcome to those Legends who have travelled to be here. 

Up from Melbourne: Scott Whybin, David Blackley, Rod Bennett, Jack Room, Stuart Byfield, Sean Cummins, John Marles and... Fysh. (Ted Horton might yet make it, but doubt it).

From Little Mountain, Queensland, the great Gordon Trembath.

From Tasmania, the equally great Dick Greenlaw.

From the far north coast of NSW, Kaye Schirrman.

From Adelaide: Andrew Killey

And from New Zealand: Mike O'Sullivan, Paul Catmur and temporary NZ resident Doug Watson.

And all you boys and girls from Sydney who have braved the weather.

Could you also welcome some legends of the future, who have just judged the CB WA Awards and have joined us for this lunch. Stand up guys...

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Campaign Brief, Fri, 15 Mar 2019 02:05:40 GMT