Corvettes, guns and Guy Ritchie. Sounds like a great mix to us. Here is an in-depth look of the banned Corvette C6 commercial that aired during the 2004 Summer Olympics opening ceremony. Unfortunately, the seven-plus hours of footage that took a grueling 31 days to edit into a 60-second spot was banned soon after it’s first airing.
Why would the Federal Communications Commission ban such a delightful TV spot? We’re told that the FCC likes to ban dreams. What a world, what a world.