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WFLD Channel 32 - The Addams Family - #3 (Break #3, 1971)

Views: 2057

Here's the full Commercial Break #3 (in black and white) from yet another different episode of The Addams Family on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:

Dancing Dawn Doll (ugh, not again)

Johnny Lightning Customs diecast cars

Good and Plenty licorice flavored candy (Featuring Charlie, who of course, loves his Good and Plenty) (animated) (1970 Copyright)

Chicken Unlimited (again)

This aired on local Chicago TV in March 1971.

WFLD Channel 32 - The Three Stooges - "So Long Mr. Chumps" (Ending, 1979)

Views: 642

(NOTE - this clip was originally broadcast in color but was recorded in Black & White)

Here is the ending for the short "So Long Mr. Chumps" and the partial ending of The Three Stooges on WFLD Channel 32. (before the recording was stopped)

Voiceover by Ron Beattie.

"Stay tuned for Newstalk with Naurice Roberts. Want to plan your family without using artificial birth control? Register for natural family planning classes at St. Joseph Hospi...

WFLD Channel 32 - The Three Stooges - "So Long Mr. Chumps" (Commercial Break #3, 1979)

Views: 916

(NOTE - this clip was originally broadcast in color but was recorded in Black & White)

Here is Commercial Break #3 for the short "So Long Mr. Chumps" during an episode of The Three Stooges on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:

WFLD Three Stooges bumper

Record offer for The Temptations Greatest Hits by Sessions

WFLD Three Stooges bumper

This aired on local Chicago TV on Wednesday, January 17th 1979.

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

Views: 1467

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: 1487

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: 1405

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)

WGN Channel 9 - Saturday Matinee - "The Bells of St. Mary's" (Opening & Bumper Excerpts, 1971)

Views: 9072

Here's a clip that, for those of you who remember it will likely be pretty amazing - the opening segment and bumper excerpts of the Christmas 1971 Saturday Matinee presentation of the 1945 Bing Crosby Christmas classic "The Bells of St. Mary's" on WGN Channel 9 - but that's not what's amazing...

This is the older style bumper slate which was used for both Saturday Matinee and Sunday Matinee on WGN-TV until the

WGN Channel 9 - Garfield Goose And Friends (Opening Excerpt, 1971)

Views: 43978

The Goose Lives!!

Found on an ancient, open-reel black & white skip field recording that was donated to us along with a bunch of other miscellaneous stuff, and tucked away at the end of the reel, this gem was discovered - some footage from Garfield Goose and Friends on WGN Channel 9 that has been lost and unseen for almost 40 years!! (originally broadcast in color, but captured on this early home videotape recorder in black and white)

As y...

American Airlines - "California" (Commercial, 1965)

Views: 2630

Here's a commercial for American Airlines, which starts off with a re-creation of a turn-of-the-century train robbery, then segues from that to the various sights of California including the dolphins of Marineland, San Francisco's Chinatown, night skyline, Mission Hill, cable cars, a pelican at the bay, Big Sur, and the infamous freeways. Ends with a shot of a four-engine Boeing 707 touching down as part of their "Royal Coachman" service.

Voiceover by ??

"The wa...