Earlier this week on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," Fallon surprised guest Amy Adams with a clip of some of her earliest work, in a "Grease"-spoofing bank commercial. An embarrassed Adams said the commercial was her first on-camera job and that she'd never seen it before. It's probably not on the level of Adams' work in "American Hustle" or "Doubt," but it's pretty adorable and proof that she was destined for "Enchanted."
The ad was the "Summer Banking" spot for Commercial Federal Bank, which was actually shot in Omaha in 1997 -- it aired the same year.
"Summer Banking" was produced in part by the local agency SKAR Advertising Inc., along with help from the local production company Inflight Productions. Jim Bush, public relations manager with SKAR, said NBC Universal contacted the agency to ask for a copy of the spot. An NBC producer told Bush that Adams requested her own copy of the video after the show.
SKAR sent us a full version of the ad, which you can see below. And, bonus celebrity!, there's Omaha's own Andrew Rannells ("Book of Mormon," "Girls") singing back-up.