Of course, today, she could watch "Loves of Mary" while sitting on the beach using her iPhone. Comment posted by AMNewsboy on Thursday, March 10th 2011 at 7:36am.
This is one of the early VHS VCR's from the 1970's which includes Panasonic and RCA and which used the SelectVision name until the CED players came out in 1981. JVC was the original inventor of the VHS format. Unlike the Betamax it was cheaper to produce. Comment posted by Betamax75 on Thursday, March 10th 2011 at 1:22pm.
Call me crazy,but I love those old electronic gadgets. Those big VCR's,stereos with the separate components,turntables,cassette decks and boom boxes were great pieces back in the day. The new electronic and computer products are great,but those old school machines were just more durable and reliable. That's just my opinion though! Comment posted by 69TH&STONY on Saturday, March 12th 2011 at 1:19pm.
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I'm so glad this footage has turned up--I remembered seeing Creature Features in the late '70s and early '80s, but every historical reference I could find on the Interwebs told me that it ended in May 1976, so I assumed my memory was just wrong...until now! I also remember the simple opening with the blue slide. I must have been up late during summer vacation to see it, and I don't know which movie I saw (Kronos, maybe, since I remember seeing that on CF, though it only aired once in the "classic" era...when I was 9), but I remember being shocked (and thrilled!) to see it still on the air. I still have dreams about the show, too--usually that somebody has at least briefly revived it and I've stumbled across it on cable. (You listening Antenna TV? Cozi? This?)
These puppets were later used on a show called I.N.K. -- Interesting News for Kids. I thought it was on WMAQ, but maybe I'm wrong on that. The mic was named Mike Rafone, (get it?), and the show also featured a character who was a spider that looked like a black glove with a huge black pin cushion sewn onto the top of it. This is the ONLY reference I've seen to the show in years.