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Body Buddies (Commercial, 1980)

Here's a commercial for Body Buddies cereal by General Mills. Features a young Jason Hervey of The Wonder Years fame.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, August 1st 1980.

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Three words: riboflavin, riboflavin, riboflavin!
Comment posted by Tuberman67 on Monday, September 7th 2009 at 4:11pm.

Is the voice over done by Allen Swift?
Comment posted by dth1971 on Wednesday, September 9th 2009 at 10:08pm.

Hmmmm so they made a cereal that was EXACTLY like their other cereal Kix? Who was the marketing genius behind this
Comment posted by owenrock on Thursday, September 10th 2009 at 6:22am.

It was sweeter than Kix and had a golden box for the maple flavor and this green one for the fruity Trix-tasting kind.

This was way before they came out with Honey Kix and Berry Berry Kix, so I guess they were experimenting with the marketing. Soon after this they realized that cereals marketed as healthy actually had to be healthy and not brown Trix in a box with kids exercising on it.

Comment posted by AbeFroman on Thursday, September 10th 2009 at 11:34am.

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Comment posted in WYEN FM 107 - "Request Radio" (Commercial, 1979) by Detroit4Chicago on Sunday, July 23rd, 2017 at 10:38pm CT

WB - I think the jingle package was produced by TM Productions of Dallas for WNBC in New York; I believe it was named "Image 73."

It think was also used at stations such as WOWO in Ft. Wayne, KDKA Pittsburgh, WXYZ in Detroit and in the '80's at WAKY in Louisville, KY.

This package, along with various tiles such as "Design '70," Design '72," The Propellants," "Where Your Friends Are," "Phase II," "Phase III," "Shockwave" and of course, "The Sound Of Chicago" were (and are IMO) many of the finest jingle promotional works ever accomplished by TM.


Comment posted in WYEN FM 107 - "Request Radio" (Commercial, 1979) by Smctopia on Sunday, July 23rd, 2017 at 10:37pm CT

My mom listened to this station a lot in the 1980s and won a lot of trivia phone-in contests from this station.


Comment posted in WYEN FM 107 - "Request Radio" (Commercial, 1979) by W.B. on Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 at 7:28am CT

For anyone who knows their jingle production companies: Can anyone say for certain which firm would have done that for this station at the end of htis commercial?


Comment posted in WFLD Channel 32 - The Honeymooners (Bumper #1, 1979) by W.B. on Wednesday, July 12th, 2017 at 2:22pm CT

I should also note that at the time that bus was first purchased, both New York City Omnibus and Fifth Avenue Coach were controlled by a Chicago-based firm, The Omnibus Corporation (I detected a Chicago connection somewhere besides this WFLD airing). In 1954 that company sold the last of its various bus company interests around the country (they once controlled the Chicago Motor Coach Company, and that had been palmed off to the Chicago Transit Authority in 1952), with NYC Omnibus acquiring Fifth Avenue Coach. In 1956 that company rebranded itself Fifth Avenue Coach Lines, Inc. (with bus routes operated by the heretofore individual companies administered under FACO Division [10 routes] and NYCO Division [21 routes]). Later that year they purchased the bankrupt Surface Transportation Corporation which operated a handful of routes in Manhattan and every route in The Bronx (and whose upkeep was so p-poor, the joke was they came from the factory in that condition); their routes would be administered by a wholly-owned subsidiary started up by FACL, Surface Transit, Inc. All of these routes would be taken over by MaBSTOA in 1962 as the result of a strike against FACL and Surface Transit, brought about when new management led by an out-of-town wheeler-dealer named Harry Weinberg laid off 29 light-duty workers in retaliation for the city not granting his request for a fare hike.

As for The Omnibus Corporation, it ultimately became Hertz. As in, the rent-a-car business for which O.J. Simpson (grrr!) did their ads for years.

And the so-called "2969" paraded around today was originally a New York City Transit System bus numbered 4789. The passing off as 2969 went as far back as 1984 - when I noticed it being shown at the first RALPH convention I attended (which was the second overall).


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That sounds like Michael Bell doing the voiceover.


Comment posted in Magic Sand by Wham-O (Commercial, 1981) by Smctopia on Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 at 10:45pm CT

Ah, here's how Magic Sand worked! http://www.retroland.com/magic-sand/


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I always wanted Magic Sand but my mom said it was "too messy". How DID it get instantly dry?


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A park in Chicago near where my Grandma lived used to have red slides like the ones in this ad, as well as the concrete dolphin. And of course Marvel is now owned by Disney. One of the smartest acquisitions they made (along with Lucasfilm)!


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There is a hand at 5:15 in the lower right hand corner of the keyer just before the credits begin.


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Morrand: This Victory Auto Wreckers Ad actually has THREE different phone number seen in this commercial. If you pause the video at 1:40, an old ending title graphic says 263-3405 for a split second in a smaller font than the duplicate ending title graphic with the more familiar 860-2000. The tow truck has 766-012? painted on it.


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