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WFLD Channel 32 - The Honeymooners - "A Matter of Life and Death" (Commercial Break #3, 1977)
Here's the third commercial break from the airing of The Honeymooners episode "A Matter of Life and Death" on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:
The Honeymooners bumper slide
Commercial for TV Guide, previewing the November 5th - 11th issue, with a look at pro football and a profile of The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries' Shaun Cassidy (and, on the cover, him and Parker Stevenson) (voiceover by Taylor Grant)
Commercial: Smooth ...
WGN Channel 9 - Bugs Bunny & Friends (Commercial Break #1, 1981)
Here's the first commercial break for Bugs Bunny & Friends on WGN Channel 9. Includes:
Ending moments of "Buckaroo Bugs" (1944 - the first Bugs Bunny cartoon to be released in the Looney Tunes series)
Bugs Bunny & Friends "We'll Be Right Back" bumper slide (voiceover by Merri Dee)
Promo for The Muppet Show with guest Bob Hope, for 5pm (ending voiceover by Merri Dee)
Commercial for pair of super-soft Nyamy...
WBBM Channel 2 - TV 2 News at 6pm (Part 3, 1974)
Here's Part 3 of a complete edition of the TV 2 News at 6pm on WBBM Channel 2 with anchor Bob Wallace. Also featuring John Coughlin. Includes:
Bob reports on at least two weather-related deaths in the Chicago area, including 37-year-old John Reid (sp?) who lost control of his car from the slippery roads and crashed into a tree, suffering fatal injuries; and 50-year-old Nathaniel Stephenson (sp?), from overexposure in a snow bank on the South Side
WLS Channel 7 - The 3:00 Movie - "Escape from the Planet of the Apes" (Commercial Break, 1982)
Here's a commercial break from The 3:00 Movie presentation of "Escape from the Planet of the Apes" (1971) on WLS Channel 7. Includes:
The 3:00 Movie animated bumper (with section of bridge from "Skippin' " by Ramsey Lewis)
Commercial: McDonald's "Play and Win" promotion for the Atari "Scratch & Win" cards - expires October 22nd 1982 (or as long as supplies last)
Commercial: American Business Institute Chicago - featuring personnel ...
WLS Channel 7 - News Bulletin - "The Crash of Flight 191" (Part 2, 1979)
Here's Part 2 of WLS Channel 7's news coverage of the crash of American Airlines Flight 191 (a DC-10 manufactured by McDonnell-Douglas; scheduled to travel from Chicago to Los Angeles), 1/2 mile northwest of O'Hare Airport. Featuring Diane Allen and the voice of eyewitness Bruce Zupek. Includes:
News Bulletin bumper slide (voiceover by Janice Gears Kos)
Diane Allen is on the phone with Bruce Zupek, a private pilot who was an eyewitness to the crash as he...
WCFC Channel 38 - Fall Praise-A-Thon (Excerpt & Channel Switching, 1983)
Here's a segment from the Fall Praise-A-Thon on WCFC Channel 38, coming in about 25 seconds into this clip after channel switching.
This starts with channel switching (from cable TV) from an excerpt from Boone episode "Chance of a Lifetime" (which aired on WMAQ Channel 5; featured Barry Corbin and Thomas Byrd) to a "Job Mart" on cable channel with soft rock song (can any music experts here apprise as to what it is?) to a film about computers and mathematics (proba...
WBBM Channel 2 - Channel 2 News - The Sunday Edition (Pre-Show Break & Opening Minutes, 1977)
Here's the pre-show break and opening few minutes from The Sunday Edition of the Channel 2 News on WBBM Channel 2. Reception was a tad ghosty, but overall not bad.
Coming right after the ending Universal ID from an episode of Delvecchio, this clip starts with a weird buzzing sound, and then:
CBS Network promo for Maude and All's Fair (Main voiceover by ??) (Ending voiceover by Pat Connell)
Preview for Channel 2 News ...
WBBM Channel 2 - First Edition (News Segment, 9/23/81)
Here's the first seven minutes of an edition of the overnight First Edition news summary on WBBM Channel 2 (part of another broadcast, from 1979, can be seen here). The "anchor" of this newscast is Bob Carrington. Includes:
Promo for Noonbreak (voiceover by Jerry Harper)
Opening for First Edition, with Bob going right to the news items:
- A fire in the W...
WBBM Channel 2 - Noonbreak - "Valenti's JFK Remembrance" (1978)
Here's an interview segment from Noonbreak on WBBM Channel 2. In this clip, Bob Wallace interviews Jack Valenti, President of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Valenti was part of the Presidential detail that was in Dallas on the day of the assassination of President Kennedy on November 22nd 1963, and in its aftermath became part of President Lyndon B. Johnson's staff as As...