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WLS Channel 7 - The Sunday Afternoon Movie - "Born Free" (Commercial Break #1, 1981)

Views: 2230

Here's a complete commercial break from The Sunday Afternoon Movie presentation of "Born Free" on WLS Channel 7. Includes:

The Sunday Afternoon Movie bumper

Ginsu II steak knives commercial offer (main voiceover by Bill Silver)

Sabre Room banquet facilities (voiceover by Mike Rapchak?)

WLS-TV Editorial by Peter Desnoes (Vice-President and General Manager of WLS) about Taste of Chicago. (voiceover by Al Parker)

Gonzal...

WLS Channel 7 - The Day After (Commercial Break #3, 1983)

Views: 2130

Here is Commercial Break #3 during The Day After on WLS Channel 7 - an ABC Theater telemovie about the effects of a full-scale nuclear attack on the United States. Includes:

Commodore Computers

Dancing Madness - from K-Tel records

Arm & Hammer Extra Strength Carpet and Room Deodorizer

Movie Trailer for TV - Never Say Never Again

Dial-A-Lash mascara by Maybelline

Good Morning America promo w...

WSNS Channel 44 - Monster Movie - "The Night of the Sorcerers" (Break #4, 1981)

Views: 1632

Here is the full Commercial Break #4 for WSNS Channel 44's Saturday Monster Movie presentation of "The Night of the Sorcerers" (A.K.A. "La Noche de los Brujos"). Includes:

"Monster Movie One" bumper with no music this time - silent.

Network Chronograph watch

Union Custom-Built Garages (competitor of Danley?) (voice over by Jim Hill)

"Night of the Sorcerers" Film Reels WSNS bumper. No music this time, just silence

Th...

KTVU Channel 2 - 8 O'Clock Movie - "The April Fools" (Opening & Break, 1981)

Views: 2836

Here's the only April Fool for today on FuzzyMemories! :-)

Thanks to Nancy Travisano (Studio76Art)!

This aired on local Oakland/San Francisco TV on Monday, October 12th 1981 at 8pm.

WSNS Channel 44 - Monster Movie - "The Night of the Sorcerers" (Break #5, 1981)

Views: 2186

Here is the full Commercial Break #5 for WSNS Channel 44's Saturday Monster Movie presentation of "The Night of the Sorcerers" (A.K.A. “La Noche de los Brujos”). Includes:

“Monster Movie One” bumper with no music this time - silent.

The 700 Club - "Television: A New Beginning" promo (voiceover by Les Marshak)

Everlasting Love record offer by Sessions

“Night of the Sorcerers” Film Reels WSNS bumper. No music this time - sile...

WSNS Channel 44 - Monster Movie One - "The Night of the Sorcerers" (Break #3, 1981)

Views: 1151

Here is the full Commercial Break #3 for WSNS Channel 44's Saturday Monster Movie presentation of "The Night of the Sorcerers" (A.K.A. “La Noche de los Brujos”). Includes:

“Monster Movie One” bumper with no music this time - silent.

Playboy magazine (voiceover during ordering information part is WSNS' former General Manager/Announcer Mal Wyman)

“Night of the Sorcerers” Film Reels WSNS bumper. No music this time - silent.

Th...

WFLD Channel 32 - The Addams Family - #3 (Break #2, 1971)

Views: 4197

Here's the full Commercial Break #2 (in mostly black and white) from yet another different episode of The Addams Family on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:

Mott's Snack Jars Pudding - The Official 1971 NFL Training Table Food (Slightly better than Little Chocolate Donuts) - featuring NFL stars Fran Tarkenton, Alex Webster and Tucker Fredrickson.

Nelson Brothers - "Nelson Brothers Loves Me - and they'll love you too!" (same as earlier) (Al Parker voiceover)

WFLD Channel 32 - PM Magazine (Break #1, 1984)

Views: 1083

Here's break #1 from the Chicago WFLD Channel 32 broadcast of PM Magazine on October 25th, 1984. Hosted by Susan Boller and Dave Saint.

Includes:

Dominick's

Shoe-Town

Benylin

American Airlines

Saxon

Bristle Blocks By Playskool (Commercial, 1979?)

Views: 2477

Here's a commercial for Bristle Blocks - "It's You, Daddy!" by Playskool - A Milton Bradley Company. Set 806.

Full Disclosure: I edited together the two pieces of this commercial that were found in two different commercial breaks (though from the same broadcast, most likely)

Not sure when this aired exactly, but based on evidence in the recording, 1979 seems like a good bet, although technically it could have been early 1980 too.