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Son of Svengoolie - "Godzilla's Back" (1985)

Here is a clip from what I believe is the 09-14-85 episode #318 showing "Godzilla vs. The Smog Monster". It's a song promoting the fact that Godzilla is back in the new movie Godzilla 1985.
(Also includes a partial movie bumper)

Featuring Rich Koz as Son of Svengoolie and Doug Scharf as Doug Graves the piano player. (Don't know who the backup singers are)

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Comment posted in The Children's Photographer - "Portraits for Christmas" (Commercial, 1977) by T.K. on Thursday, December 18th, 2014 at 11:17am CT

Something seems misleading here... is it 37 cents for one 5x7 print, with a much greater sitting fee that we're not told about?

Or is this all to get Cheapskate Mom to come in for a big sales pitch in hopes that she'll put away her change purse and actually buy the deluxe package of 75 prints, with a pose in front of each background. With 5x7, 8x10, 3x5, 36x24x36... wait, maybe not that last one!

And if these are "portraits for Christmas," why are none of the backdrops holiday-themed?! I guess they bring those out for Easter...


Comment posted in WLS Channel 7 - ABC Theatre - "A Time For Miracles" (Opening & Break, 1980) by Szake on Thursday, December 18th, 2014 at 11:07am CT

That Colorburst 250 Instant Camera is as big as the kid's head using it.


Comment posted in Wieboldt's - "The Wonderful World of Christmas" (Commercial, 1979) by Dth1971 on Wednesday, December 17th, 2014 at 10:47pm CT

Like the marching soldiers!


Comment posted in WLVI Channel 56 - The Benny Hill Show (Ending & Partial Break, 1979) by FuzzyMemories on Wednesday, December 17th, 2014 at 9:59pm CT

Corrected - thanks!


Comment posted in WLVI Channel 56 - The Benny Hill Show (Ending & Partial Break, 1979) by VintageCanada on Wednesday, December 17th, 2014 at 8:36pm CT

Typo alert: It says "Roger Cole - Capitol Records" in the description but it's actually "David Cole".


Comment posted in ON TV - The Who Rocks America Confirmation Test (1982) by Szake on Wednesday, December 17th, 2014 at 12:13pm CT

On December 17, 1982, At Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, the Who played the "last concert of our farewell tour," which was shown around North America on pay-per-view satellite-cable TV to closed-circuit arena outlets.


Comment posted in Wieboldt's - "The Wonderful World of Christmas" (Commercial, 1979) by Pete on Wednesday, December 17th, 2014 at 6:39am CT

Christmas Here at Lakehurst was a wonderful thing growing up.


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RIP Bill Bonds. :-(


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Thanks Smctopia! (as for your other question - time will tell) :-)


Comment posted in Walt Disney Christmas (Record Offer, 1979) by Smctopia on Tuesday, December 16th, 2014 at 8:35pm CT

I'm 100% positive that the main voiceover is by Jack Wagner. He did many announcements and monorails spiels at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. The Christmas Carol record is significant because it led to the development of the Mickey's Christmas Carol short in 1983.


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