The 'Miss Chief' Hovis Bread Commercial is Trouble-Making Fun

By: Vittoria Natarelli - Published: Jun 8, 2010 • References: coloribus
The exciting adventures of the heroin in the 'Miss Chief' Hovis Bread commercial land her in a lot of trouble in under a minute.

Watch as the young 70s girl starts fights in ballet, pushes around the boys and leads a piglet through her school. Follow her through the good times of trouble-making and the bad times of getting caught. At the end, you'll be introduced to the troublemaker all grown up, with the closing line (as she eats some oat bread), "Sometimes it's good to be good."

Well done, 'Miss Chief' Hovis Bread commercial, well done. Stats for Mischievous Youth Commercials Trending: Older & Mild
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