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WFLD Channel 32 - Super Cartoon Sunday (Break #2, 1984)

Views: 2192

More Super Cartoon Sunday. (Sunday version of Super Cartoon Sunrise) Includes:

Super Cartoon Sunday bumper (Jeff Lupetin announcing)

SlapSticks by Keds

Apple Jacks

Construx

WFLD Channel 32 - Super Cartoon Sunrise (Promo, 1983)

Views: 2659

Here's a promo for the Super Cartoon Sunrise lineup on WFLD Channel 32 - which was:

6:30am - Mighty Mouse
7:00am - Great Space Coaster
7:30am - The Jetsons
8:00am - The Flintstones
8:30am - Popeye

Quality of the clip is poor, but it's the best we have right now. Audio is also hissy, but you can hear the theme song go on pretty long in the background - it's a funky version of "Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here".

Voiceover...

WFLD Channel 32 - Super Cartoon Sunrise (Jetsons Bumper #2, 1984)

Views: 878

Here is a second bumper (with different wording) for the Jetsons on Super Cartoon Sunrise on WFLD Channel 32. This dates from 1984.

Voiceover by Jeff Lupetin - "We now return to the Jetsons..."

(Note: The black box was for showing the clock displaying the current time in the morning. It is not included in these clips because they were not recorded off-air, but from studio master tapes)

WFLD Channel 32 - Super Cartoon Sunrise (Excerpts, 1979?)

Views: 4140

Here are some excerpts including bumpers, a promo, and a couple commercials from Super Cartoon Sunrise on WFLD Channel 32. Includes Woody Woodpecker, Popeye, and Tom & Jerry.

Dr. Don does the voiceover. Commercials include:

Fat Chance by Milton Bradley
Booby Trap by Lakeside (Available at Woolco)

Not sure of the date this aired, but likely 1979 or so.

WFLD Channel 32 - Super Cartoon Sunrise (Partial Ending, 1980)

Views: 2873

Here's a small snippet of the ending of Super Cartoon Sunrise on WFLD Channel 32. The voiceover by Dr. Don goes long and runs into an I Love Lucy bumper promo featuring a voiceover by Jim Barton. (which was followed by the opening to a Monkees episode)

Boy, 'dem SCS segments sure is scarce. We have to be happy with 3 seconds of footage. ;-)

This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, July 3rd 1980 at 8:30am.

WFLD Channel 32 - Super Cartoon Sunday (Promo, 1984)

Views: 2646

Here is a promo for the Sunday version of Super Cartoon Sunrise, aptly named Super Cartoon Sunday - on WFLD Metromedia Channel 32, in Chicago.

Lineup included:

8:30am - Spiderman & The Super Heroes (a whole hour!)
9:30am - Popeye
10:00am - Tom & Jerry
10:30am - Woody Woodpecker

Voiceover by Jeff Lupetin.

This aired on local Chicago TV during the Spring and Summer of 1984.

WFLD Channel 32 - Super Cartoon Sunrise - The Flintstones (Bumper #1, 1984)

Views: 1459

Here is a bumper for The Flintstones on Super Cartoon Sunrise on WFLD Channel 32. This dates to August of 1984.

Voiceover by Jeff Lupetin - "Now back to The Flintstones..."

This one's a little different from the Jetsons and Woody bumpers because it has the newer Metromedia 32 logo but also has "WFLD TV" added which the others do not.

(Note: The black box was for showing the clock displaying the current time in the morning. It is not included in ...

WFLD Channel 32 - Super Cartoon Sunrise (Woody Woodpecker Bumper #1, 1984)

Views: 1481

Here is a bumper for Woody Woodpecker on Super Cartoon Sunrise on WFLD Channel 32. This dates to August of 1984.

Voiceover by Jeff Lupetin - "We now return to Woody Woodpecker..."

(Note: The black box was for showing the clock displaying the current time in the morning. It is not included in these clips because they were not recorded off-air, but from studio master tapes)

WFLD Channel 32 - Super Cartoon Sunrise (Woody Woodpecker Bumper #2, 1984)

Views: 1397

Here is a second bumper (with different wording) for Woody Woodpecker on Super Cartoon Sunrise on WFLD Channel 32. This dates to August of 1984.

Voiceover by Jeff Lupetin - "Now back to Woody Woodpecker..."

(Note: The black box was for showing the clock displaying the current time in the morning. It is not included in these clips because they were not recorded off-air, but from studio master tapes)