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Here's the opening and first commercial break for the Movie 17 presentation of "Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things" [1972; a.k.a. "Revenge of the Living Dead"] on Superstation WTBS Channel 17 in Atlanta, GA, the first such major "superstation" that became an icon through national transmission to cable systems across the country. Includes:
Movie 17 titles with shot of 35mm film can (from which such objects as a reel and director's chair are stored) and funky...
Here's another commercial for McDonald's promoting their Atari "Scratch & Win" cards, with dramatized examples of past winners: the Baldwin family (presumably not including Alec or Billy) with an Atari home computer center (playing video games on the TV screen); Mike Jr. teaching his dad how to use the Atari 800 home computer; and the Murray family playing and winning an Atari home video game. Must be 13 or older to play. Expires October 22nd 1982 - or as long as supplies last. Void where...
Here's a brief clip of the "Faces of Wrigley Field," aired during the middle of the seventh inning of the Chicago Cubs baseball game on WGN Channel 9 (the Pittsburgh Pirates were leading the Cubs 2-0 at this point).
Features shots of various attendees of the day's game, set to the music of The Ramsey Lewis Trio's 1965 instrumental version of "The 'In' Crowd" (Argo 5506, prior to that label's being renamed Cadet).
This is followed by the Cubs' Jerry Martin (#2...
Here's another rare Snipets segment! These originally were created by and aired on the Kaiser Broadcasting / Field Communications stations such as WFLD Channel 32, in the 70s and early 80s. However, with the sale and dissolution of Field starting in 1982, for whatever reason Snipets segments popped up on a few other non-Field or former-Field stations, even as late as 1986!
This particular a...
Here's a commercial for 2XL - the Robot 8-Track player by Mego that could tell you jokes, play games and trivia.
This aired on local Chicago TV in October of 1981.
Here's a commercial for Rice Krispies cereal. Is the kid someone famous?
This aired on local Chicago TV in the Summer of 1980.
Here's a commercial for the production of Evita at the Shubert Theatre.
"Scenes With Original Broadway Cast"
This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, November 10th 1980.
Here is a commercial for ColecoVision touting the fact that it can play Atari 2600 games as well with an expansion module.
Starring Brien Varady.
ColecoVision - Your Vision is Our Vision.
This commercial aired on local Chicago TV between 7 and 10pm, on Sunday October 17th, 1982.