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Kayo Chocolate-Flavored Drink (Commercial, 1974)

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Here's a commercial for Kayo Chocolate-Flavored Drink, which could be served either hot or cold. Made with fresh skim milk.

Kayo was famous for being among the prizes won by lucky children who entered into contests held daily on Steve Hart's Popeye on 44 (later to be called Popeye With Steve Hart).

"Spell it K-A-Y-and-O, O, O, O, O!"

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, October 4th 1974 during the 3:30pm to 4pm timeframe.

WLS Channel 7 - Eyewitness News - "Just Themselves" (Promo, 1973?)

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Here's a neat promo for the WLS Channel 7 all-star Eyewitness News team Flynn-Daly-Coleman-Frink-And-Drury. (Fahey Flynn, Joel Daly, John Coleman, Bill Frink, and John Drury)

Featuring Don Ferris (former WSNS and WTTW announcer) as the old-time radio guy in the tux at the beginning.

Directed by the legendary Joe Sedelmaier. (of "Where's the Beef" fame, and countless others)

Not sure what year this is from, but 1973 seems a good estimate.

WSNS Channel 44 - Illinois State Lottery - Super Shot (Part 2, 1976)

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This clip made possible by the donations from our generous group of "Fuzzketeers" during the Spring 2012 Tape Transfer Fundraiser.

Here's Part 2 of the Illinois State Lottery's Super Shot program on WSNS Channel 44. This was the Lottery's basketball-related game (the "Super Shot" signified hitting a basket). The hosts were Bob Hale and Sandie Wolsfeld. Includes:
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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...

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

Views: 780

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...

WCIU Channel 26 - Outdoor Sportsman (Ending, 1979)

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Here's the ending of the Outdoor Sportsman program on WCIU Channel 26. Features Joe Wyer trying to give some info about a contest of some sort (fishing contest?) on April 29th but runs out of time before the credits. Anyone know what the ending music is?

Outdoor Sportsman was on Saturdays at 5:30pm, right before Eddie Korosa's Polka Party. (in the early-to-mid 70's Outdoor Sportsman aired on WSNS Channel 44)

Also features a WCIU-TV Channel 26 Station ID slide ...

WSNS Channel 44 - Al Lerner Sports - "So Long..." (Part 3, 1971)

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Here's Part 3 of the final episode of Al Lerner Sports on WSNS Channel 44. Lerner was the station's first sportscaster, and would go on to a long career with such stations as WLS Channel 7, WMAQ Channel 5, WGN Radio 720 and WSCR-AM, as well as being a wrestling announcer. Also featuring a young (and at this point, moustacheless) Tim Weigel, then a sportswriter for the now-defunct Chicago Daily News, who himself would become a familiar face on Chicago television, working for all three...

Hot Fudge Show (Part 2, 1974)

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Here's Part 2 of an episode of the Hot Fudge Show - which was produced in Detroit but also aired all over the country, including Chicago on WFLD, WSNS, and WLS, at various times during the 70's and early 80's.

This segment features Name that Feeling with the Groucho Marx type puppet and Arte Johnson, then Hot Fudge Superstar featuring Seymour and baseball legend Willie Mays, Write-On! with one of the Mitts, and finally Hot Fudge Together featuring My Town: The Farm - a story of...

WCIU Channel 26 - Outdoor Sportsman - "Guest Kid" (Ending, 1979)

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Here's a clip of the ending of Outdoor Sportsman on WCIU Channel 26. Joe Wyer had as a guest some kid that wrote into the show - can't quite make out his name - did he say Red? Brad? Rhett? Wouldn't that be neat if he found this clip here after 30 years?

Anyone know what the ending music is?

Outdoor Sportsman was on Saturdays at 5:30pm, right before Eddie Korosa's Polka Party. (in the early-to-mid 70's Outdoor Sportsman aired on WSNS Channel 44)

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