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Friday, January 30th, 2015
35 Years Ago Today

Here is the daytime interstitial features that ABC ran during the early eighties between Daytime Soaps - FYI - For Your Information - hosted by Mr. Barney Miller himself, Hal Linden.

This aired on January 31, 1980.

FYI - "Sing To Your Baby" (1980)

Here is another of the daytime interstitial features that ABC ran during the early eighties between Daytime Soaps - FYI - For Your Information - hosted by Mr. Barney Miller himself, Hal Linden.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, January 31st 1980 at a couple minutes before 2pm!

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