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Here's another (partial) rare Snipets segment! These originally were created by and aired on the Kaiser Broadcasting / Field Communications stations such as WFLD Channel 32, in the 70s and early 80s. However, with the sale and dissolution of Field starting in 1982, for whatever reason Snipets segments popped up on a few other non-Field or former-Field stations, even as late as 1986!
Here's another segment from Screaming Yellow Theater - the original Svengoolie, which aired on WFLD Channel 32 from 1970-1973. Svengoolie was played by Jerry G. Bishop. By this point, if the clapboard is of any indication, the SYT title had been eschewed in favor of Svengoolie.
This segment is from Show #61 (according to the clapboard), with guest Larry "Superjock" Lujack. The recording date was April 11th 1973.
This segment is call...
Here's a segment from Screaming Yellow Theater - the original Svengoolie, which aired on WFLD Channel 32 from 1970-1973. Svengoolie was played by Jerry G. Bishop.
This opening segment from "Show #5" features comedian Mort Sahl as guest coffin opener. (when he signs the coffin you can see other names that were on the show such as Ray Rayner)
"The following prescribe is transcrammed..." - anyone know where this funny bit of technical mumbo-jumbo originated? Anoth...
Here's an extended break from The Morning Movie presentation of the 1934 W.C. Fields film "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" on WGN Channel 9. Includes:
The Morning Movie bumper (with Merri Dee voiceover advising of her upcoming Mid-Morning Report to come after commercials)
Commercial: Lincoln Upholstery & Carpet Co. - "Carpeting of the 80's - Priced Like the 50's" - 3 rooms of carpeting for only $169 - less than $10 a month - with free bonu...
Here's Part 4 of Midwest Sports Special - "Inside the World of Hockey with the Chicago Blackhawks," hosted by Frank Sweeney, as aired on WBKB (now WLS) Channel 7. This was transferred from the original film, and thus has no commercials. Featured in this part are coach Billy Reay (voice only), Bobby Hull with his family (second wife Joanne McKay and their first two children, Bobby Jr. and Brett), Stan Mikita, John McKenzie, and Pierre Pilote. Includes:
Opening shot of ...
Here's some really rare footage - from exactly 35 years old today - the opening to The Morning Movie presentation of "Sorry, Wrong Number" on WGN Channel 9.
This was recorded at Ridgewood High School in Norridge (by whom, has been lost to time) on 3/4" U-matic videotape using the 'ol rabbit ears, and thus unfortunately there is a bit of fuzz at times and the color goes out periodically. Also, due to the age of the tape, portions of the breaks have degraded in quality ...
Here's Part 10, the last part, of a Son of Svengoolie Special - "The Worst of Svengoolie" featuring Jonathan Brandmeier ("Johnny B") who had recently joined WLUP FM 98 - The Loop.
This last part features Sven and Johnny B saying goodnight and singing "Sweet Home Chicago" while Buzz Kilman blows harp in a pumpkin costume.
Credits (with voiceover by Jim Barton) -
The Worst of Svengoolie
with Special Guest Jonathon Brandmeier - WLUP-FM 98
Here is some amazing, ancient footage that really has no business existing.
Finally the "classic" Movie Eleven opening from the 70's, complete. Prior to this the only footage I found was a brief snippet of the title card. This was a unique night because they were showing a 4 part episode of Dr. Who, "The Claws of Axos". The showed the episodes back-to-back with a brief intermission between ...
Here's a lost Koz Klassic! - Chicago Stuff - was it a failed pilot? A consolation prize from Fox Television for cancelling Son of Svengoolie a month later? A half-remembered dream? It only aired once, at 10pm on a Sunday in December 1985 - so you couldn't be blamed for not knowing it existed. (I only heard rumors) In any case, it's a neat little package of Rich's schtick, so just think of it as an extremely early episode of The Koz Zone. :-)