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Monday, July 21st, 2014
25 Years Ago Today

Here's a commercial parody during The Koz Zone's third episode - showing the film "A Nightmare on Elm Street" - featuring a record offer for "Freddy's Glove Songs".

This aired on July 21, 1989.

The Koz Zone - "Freddy's Glove Songs" (1989)

Here's another commercial parody during The Koz Zone's third episode - showing the film "A Nightmare on Elm Street" - featuring a record offer for "Freddy's Glove Songs". (slightly cut-off at the beginning)

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, July 21st 1989.

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I LOVE IT! "red NAILS in the sunset," "i love to CUT IN when you dance!" Freddy Crooner- I should have watched the Koz Zone a lot more back then!
Comment posted by thecromiecircle on Saturday, February 9th 2008 at 10:00pm.

Holy smokes, I think that was a Sizzler commercial right before this clip, am I right? I remember those ads, and that one dude was like, "are you gonna' eat that", weird thing to remember I know...
Comment posted by esmooth99 on Sunday, February 17th 2008 at 2:44am.

That commercial parody was hilarious. I remember when the Koz Zone first aired late Saturday nights durind the summer of 1989. After that, it aired the Three Stooges and then weekday afternoon cartoons. I also remember it was during that time when Rich Koz did the weather for Fox 32.
Comment posted by Loyal32fan on Sunday, February 22nd 2009 at 12:59am.

I love this commercial parody. I remember when the Koz Zone started in the summer of 1989 when Koz acted like he was a video pirate. It was good see him back on television after Son of Svengoolie was cancelled.
Comment posted by Loyal32fan on Sunday, August 2nd 2009 at 10:17pm.

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