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WSNS Channel 44 - Summit Series Game 8 (Commercial Break, 1972)

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Here's something pretty darn rare - no idea how this was recorded or on what format (it was transferred from some other format onto Beta) – it's a partial commercial break during the broadcast on WSNS TV-44 of Game 8 of the 1972 Summit Series. It was Canada at U.S.S.R. Includes:

Commercial: Iwan Ries & Co. Tobacco at 17 South Wabash Avenue (voiceover by Mal Wyman)

Commercial: Nationa...

Coca-Cola - "Have a Coke and a Mean Joe Greene" (Commercial, 1980)

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Here's the full one-minute version of the now-famous Coca-Cola commercial from 1979 with football great Mean Joe Greene and then 12-year-old child actor Tommy Okin who offered him a Coke as he was heading towards the locker room. Then segments of a news feature on Greene are shown (voiceover by ??), including outtakes of the Coke ad.

From Wikipedia: "The campaign's art director w...

Kenny Rogers' Greatest Hits (Record Offer, 1981)

Views: 1493

Here's a record offer for the compilation album Kenny Rogers' Greatest Hits, (from C & L Marketing, Inc.) which featured one of his biggest hits, "Lady."

Also on this set were re-recordings (from his 1977 album Ten Years of Gold, United Artists UA-LA835-H) of two hits from his days with The First Edition, "Ruby" (full title: "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town") and "Reuben James," plus his other solo hits "The Gambler," "Lucille," "Long Arm of the Law," "Love ...

Columbia Record & Tape Club - "Dick Clark's Superstars" (Commercial, 1980)

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Here's another commercial featuring Dick Clark promoting the latest albums from Linda Ronstadt (Mad Love), Supertramp (Breakfast in America), Billy Joel (Glass Houses), and other superstars that are being offered at 13 albums for a penny (plus a bonus "Gold Box" album) by the Columbia Record & Tape Club. Can be found in your latest issue of TV Guide, Parade and Family Weekly.

Other albums seen in this ad, either in vinyl, 8-track or ca...

SportsChannel - The Sports Writers On TV (Part 5, 1991)

Views: 1169

Here's an episode of The SportsWriters on TV, as aired on SportsChannel - one of the hosts of which we lost recently (Bill Gleason).

Featuring Bill Jauss of the Chicago Tribune, Rick Telander of Sports Illustrated, Bill Gleason from the South Bend, Indiana Tribune, and hosted by Ben Bentley.

In Part 5, they discuss a new study on lefties, and how it might affect Baseball.

Includes:

SportsChannel ID promo for 76'ers Vs. Bulls - Easter...

WTTW Channel 11 - "Hitch Hikers Pledge" (1982)

Views: 3518

Here's the end of a pledge break segment featuring Marty Robinson as well as some other odds and ends before the latest installment of "The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy" begins. Includes:

Ending of pledge break with Marty Robinson

Multilingual "I subscribe to Channel 11" ad

WTTW Promo for "Casanova" airing Tuesday, December 7th 1982 and Thursday, December 9th 1982 at 10:30pm (Voiceover by Joan Kohn)

Commercial: RC 100 Cola and ...

WGN Channel 9 - Miles Showcase Theatre - "The Maltese Falcon" (Commercial Break #1, 1973)

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Here's the first commercial break for the Miles Showcase Theatre presentation of the 1941 Humphrey Bogart movie "The Maltese Falcon" on WGN Channel 9. Includes:

Host Ray Rayner once again explaining the program's "four commercial interruptions" format, and introducing a commercial for Bactine disinfectant, with a child who'd scraped his knee - "Helps the Hurt Stop Hurting"

Next, Ray introduces a commercial for One-a-Day Plus Iron (with ten vitamins plus i...

WGN Channel 9 - Chicago Cubs Baseball - "Mayor Jane Byrne Throws Out The First Pitch" (1981)

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Here's a clip featuring Mayor Jane Byrne throwing out the first pitch at a Cubs game, followed by the singing of the National Anthem (mostly complete) by Jimmy Damon (the inspiration for Bill Murray's lounge singer character on Saturday Night Live), then the starting lineups and opening moments of the game.

Cardinal Cody can be seen sitting next to Mayor Byrne. He would pass away less than a year later on April 25th 1982. On the Mayor's left is her husband, Jay McMulle...

Alan Dixon - Democrat For Senate (Political Ad, 1980)

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Here's a political ad for Alan J. Dixon - Democratic candidate for Senator of the State of Illinois.

From Wikipedia:

In the fall of 1970, Karl Rove, a future White House Deputy Chief of Staff in the George W. Bush Administration, used a false identity to enter the campaign office of Alan J. Dixon, who was running for Illinois State Treasurer, and stole 1000 sheets of paper with campaign letterhead. Rove then printed fake campaign rally fliers promising "free ...