Charles Stone III

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Charles Stone III (born in 1966) is an American film director, known for films such as Drumline, starring Nick Cannon; Mr. 3000, starring Bernie Mac; and Paid in Full.

Stone directed the video to What They Do by The Roots, featuring the group running through many rap video clichés.[1]

Stone is the creator of the popular United States advertising campaign "Whassup?" for Budweiser. In October 2008, he directed a spoof of this campaign to depict his critical view of the Republican Party's eight years in the White House and to support the presidential campaign of Barack Obama.

A 1984 graduate of Central High School (Philadelphia), he is the son of Louise Davis Stone and journalist and Tuskegee Airman Chuck Stone.

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Music videos directed by Charles Stone III[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2pt1f_the-roots-what-they-do_music
  2. ^ Ducker, Eric. "On The Job Training: Part Five". waxpoetics.com. Retrieved 9/12/2012. 
  3. ^ "Charles Stone III". director videography. mvd.com. Retrieved 9/12/2012. 

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