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Snipets - "Virginia Hamilton" (1980)

Views: 2440

Here is another rare Snipets segment! These would air on Field Communications stations such as WFLD Channel 32 in the 70's and 80's.

This one is about Virginia Hamilton - the award-winning author of various children's books.

Produced by Field Communications.

This aired on local Chicago TV in the Summer of 1980. (1979 Copyright)

Snipets - "Deaf Little League Player" (1980)

Views: 2614

Here is another rare Snipets segment! These would air on Field Communications stations such as WFLD Channel 32 in the 70's and 80's.

This one is about learning to accept and appreciate a deaf person, as told by a fellow teammate in a baseball little league.

Produced by Field Communications.

This aired on local Chicago TV in the Summer of 1980. (1979 Copyright)

Snipets - "Skateboard Safety Rules" (1980)

Views: 2822

Here is another rare Snipets segment! These would air on Field Communications stations such as WFLD Channel 32 in the 70's and 80's.

This one is a bit fuzzy, but it's the best we have so far. This one also features the older "patchwork" logo of Snipets as well as a different group of kids saying "Snipets!". There is also a voiceover at the end which sounds like George Takei - "Snipets are produced by Field Communications". This voiceover was dropped when the "worms" version to...

Snipets - "Take Turns & Share" (1980)

Views: 2792

Here is another rare Snipets segment! These would air on Field Communications stations such as WFLD Channel 32 in the 70's and 80's.

This one is a little fuzzy and has a quick tape warble in the middle, but it's the best we have so far.

This segment is about learning to share and take turns while playing.

Produced by Field Communications Corporation.

This aired on local Chicago TV in the Summer of 1980. (1979 Copyright)

Snipets - "George Washington Carver" (1980)

Views: 2913

Here is a rare Snipets segment! These would air on Field Communications stations such as WFLD Channel 32 in the 70's and 80's.

This one gives an overview of the life and work of George Washington Carver, one of America's greatest scientists.

Produced by Field Communications.

This aired on local Chicago TV in the last week of July 1980. (1979 Copyright)

The Lost Snipets - "PeaScraper" (A FuzzyMemories Re-Creation)

Views: 1012

I had some additional Snipets segments but they were transferred from 16mm film and did not have the opening and closing on them. So, I did a little editing job and added them in. This was an early one, circa 1975 (ok it's a minute long but not all of the early ones were short) I found something cool to add to this - the circa 1975 title for Snipets, during the Kaiser Broadcasting era! Notice it is a little different from the Field era one that took over in 1977. Enjoy.

The Lost Snipets - "Spinning Tops" (A FuzzyMemories Re-Creation)

Views: 1288

I had some additional Snipets segments but they were transferred from 16mm film and did not have the opening and closing on them. So, I did a little editing job and added them in. This was an early one, notice it's only 30 seconds long as opposed to the usual 1 minute length that most were in later years. I found something cool to add to this - the circa 1975 title for Snipets, during the Kaiser Broadcasting era! Notice it is a little different from the Field era one that took over...

Snipets - "School Principal" (1980)

Views: 2744

Here is another rare Snipets segment! These would air on Field Communications stations such as WFLD Channel 32 in the 70's and 80's.

This segment shows you what the day-to-day duties and responsibilities of a school principal (Miss Thorton) are.

Produced by Field Communications Corporation.

This aired on local Chicago TV in the Summer of 1980. (1979 Copyright)

The Lost Snipets - "Homework Now!" (A FuzzyMemories Re-Creation)

Views: 1562

I had some additional Snipets segments but they were transferred from 16mm film and did not have the opening and closing on them. So, I did a little editing job and added them in. This was an early one, circa 1975. I found something cool to add to this - the circa 1975 title for Snipets, during the Kaiser Broadcasting era! Notice it is a little different from the Field era one that took over in 1977. Enjoy.

This one features an Art-Clokey-esque stop-film animation o...