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Here's a commercial for the Kenner Play-Doh Fun Factory with free Frogger Fun Kit.
(If they had a Simpsons-themed set it would be called Play-D'oh!) :-)
This aired on local Chicago TV in February 1983. (1982 Copyright)
Here's a commercial for Play-Doh's Doctor Drill And Fill toy dentist playdoh kit.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, October 28th 1979.
Here's a commercial for the Six Million Dollar Man and Bionic Woman Action Play-Doh set by Kenner.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, April 17th 1977 during the 4:30pm to 5:00pm half-hour. (1973 and 1974 Copyright)
Here's the last commercial break from the episode "No Holds Barred" of the Adventures of Superman on WSNS Channel 44. Includes:
Six Million Dollar Man and Bionic Woman Action Play-Doh set by Kenner (pretty dark and bad quality)
"The Golden Dream of Hank Williams" record offer by Candlelite Music (main voiceover by Fred Foy)
WSNS Combat! promo - airing Saturdays at 5pm and Sundays at 11am
Six Million Dollar Man and Bionic Woman Acti...
Here's a commercial for Pumper No. 9 - the firetruck that makes play-doh - by Kenner.
The recording has some reception problems at times.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, November 20th 1975 during the 8:30am to 9am half-hour.
Possibly interesting sidenote: Generalissimo Francisco Franco died on the same date - Thursday, November 20th 1975. (He is, by all reports, still dead)
Here's a bumper promo for Tic Tac Dough on WFLD Channel 32. The Jim Barton voiceover started late and so we get to hear more of the background Field Communications music than usual.
They also screwed up because Tic Tac Dough wasn't next, Joker's Wild was. (with no Newscene update)
Mercifully, they then cut the whole thing off.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, October 27th 1980 at 7:30pm.
Here's a promo of an upcoming game between the Chicago Blitz vs. Tampa Bay Bandits of the now-defunct United States Football League (USFL), to air Saturday, April 2nd at 7pm.
From this, we learn that George Allen was the Blitz' head coach and that John Reeves was the Bandits' QB. The play-by-play was by Doug Buffone and Lorn Brown (the latter of whom also handled play-by-play for Chicago White Sox radio broadcasts). (Spoiler / Time-Travelling Gambler Alert: The Blitz would ...
Here's a commercial offer for the Instant Play Harmonica with book.
Ending voiceover by Carl Greyson.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, August 2nd 1980.
Here is commercial break #2 for the presentation of "Strawberry Shortcake: Pets on Parade" on WFLD Metromedia Channel 32's Afternoon Fun program. This also dates to October 1984. (Since this wasn't normally part of the Afternoon Fun lineup, it must have been a special shown around Halloween) This one has a better quality picture. Includes:
Strawberry Shortcake bumper
Play-Doh Count Creepy Head & Friends Playset
Rose-Petal dolls (different one)