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WTTW Channel 11 - "Show Ending, Promo & Start of News" (1974)

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Here's a tiny snippet of the end of "Made in Chicago" (the predecessor to Soundstage) followed by a promo for Evening at Pops with the Carpenters (main voiceover by longtime WGBH Boston staff announcer William Pierce) (ending voiceover by Bob Longbons) and then a couple seconds of the beginning of the National Newswatch break. (voiceover by Bob Longbons)

Note: This was originally broadcast in color, but captured on this early home videotape recording in black and whi...

WFLD Channel 32 - The Addams Family - #2 (Break #1, 1971)

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Here's the full Commercial Break #1 (in black and white) from a different episode of The Addams Family on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:

Charms Big lollipops (better quality than previously posted)

McDonald's - "A Trip To McDonald's Land" (1970 Copyright)

Shamrock Shakes from McDonald's - Just For The Fun Of It! (I think it's a 1971 copyright) (with Shamrock Shake slate and voiceover - who's the announcer?) (actor sounds like the voice of the guy tha...

WFLD Channel 32 - The Best of Groucho - You Bet Your Life (Ending, 1975)

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Here is the ending credits of The Best of Groucho - You Bet Your Life on WFLD Channel 32. Also includes a slide promo for "It Takes a Thief" and a Station ID at the end. (In Black and White, unfortunately)

Voiceover during end credits is Bud Kelly, right?

"Channel 32 WFLD Chicago - A Service of Kaiser Broadcasting"

This aired on local Chicago TV likely in the first couple months of 1975, based on the record date for the

WTTW Channel 11 - Inside Educational Television (Part 1, 1960)

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Here's a rare glimpse at some early history of WTTW Channel 11 - an installment of their locally produced "Inside Educational Television" program.

It is hosted by WTTW's "Director of Development", Ed Morris - who famously later went on to become the General Manager of WSNS Channel 44!

Joined by Ed is Duane M. Weiss, WTTW's Director of Engineering at the time (who was actually with the station all the way back to before its official inception).

In P...

WGN Channel 9 - Creature Features (Opening + Sales Presentation Excerpt, 1970?/1973)

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Here it is - a special Halloween and 4th Fuzzy Anniversary Treat - not a re-creation, but an original opening to Creature Features - WGN Channel 9's showcase of scary movies.

Also included is the only other authentic video footage of Creature Features currently known to exist - an excerpt from a 1973 internal WGN-TV Sales Presentation.

Quad Tape version directed by Ron Weiner. Editing by Vince Humphries. (back when Quad editing was quite a masterf...

WFLD Channel 32 - Stooges Rascals Hour - "Spooks!" (Ending, 1979)

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

Here is the ending for The Three Stooges short "Spooks!", followed immediately by the ending of The Stooges Rascals Hour on WFLD Channel 32. (voiceover by Dr. Don) (I don't believe there was a tape edit - I think WFLD ended "Spooks!" like this and went straight into the Stooges Rascals ending)

(The music is "Knock Knock (Who's There?)" by Spike Jones - as from his 1960...

WTTW Channel 11 - Inside Educational Television (Part 2, 1960)

Views: 799

Here's a rare glimpse at some early history of WTTW Channel 11 - an installment of their locally produced "Inside Educational Television" program.

It is hosted by WTTW's "Director of Development", Ed Morris - who famously later went on to become the General Manager of WSNS Channel 44!

Joined by Ed is Duane M. Weiss, WTTW's Director of Engineering at the time (who was actually with the station all the way back to before its official inception).

In...

WMBD Channel 31 - Nightmare Theater - "Werewolf of London" (Opening, 1961)

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Not from Chicago, but close enough for jazz - here's a rarity indeed for this era, the opening for an edition of Nightmare Theater on WMBD Channel 31 in Peoria, IL, hosted by Milton Budd from its 1958 debut into later in the '60's. Here, he is introducing this night's presentation of the 1935 horror film "Werewolf of London."

This was from a 16mm film print saved by a former employee of WMBD-TV.

"Welcome to tonight's meeting of the A.F. of L. (sinister...

WFLD Channel 32 - Green Acres - "End Credits & TD Moment" (1980)

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Here's the ending credits for an episode of Green Acres on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:

Closing of Green Acres & Ending Credits (voiceover by Jim Barton).

Field Communications animated ID.

WFLD Bumper promo for I Love Lucy (voiceover by Jim Barton).

Slight technical difficulties moment with film, followed by about 24 seconds of black.

Beginning of Lost in Space episode - "The Great Vegetable Rebellion".

T...