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Triumph TR7 - "The Shape" (Commercial, 1979)

Views: 495

Here's a commercial for the Triumph TR-7 automobile. Featuring the GoodYear blimp.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, June 23rd 1979.

GE Rechargeables (Commercial, 1978)

Views: 1071

Here's an animated commercial for GE Rechargeable batteries. I remember these were the first rechargeables we ever got.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Tuesday, December 5th 1978 during the 3:30 to 5pm timeframe.

Squoze (Commercial, 1976)

Views: 3086

Here's a commercial for family soft drink mix Squoze by Pillsbury - with half the sugar.

This aired on local Chicago TV early Friday, June 18th 1976.

British Sterling (Commercial, 1977)

Views: 3825

Here's a commercial for British Sterling cologne for men. Seems similar to Velamints commercials of the same era.

It's hard to see but I think it says Spiegel at the bottom - the place you could get this at.

This aired on local Chicago TV a few days before 11-21-77.

Chevron - "The Secret Is Change" (Commercial, 1976)

Views: 926

Here's a cool animated commercial for Chevron.

Voiceover by Paul Frees.

This aired on local Los Angeles TV (and likely Chicago TV) on Sunday, November 7th 1976.

Ziebart (Commercial, 1979)

Views: 2411

Here's a commercial for Ziebart rustproofing. Featuring actor Cameron Mitchell as spokesman.

Ending voiceover by ??

"It's Us. Or Rust."

This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, April 7th 1979.

Toys "Я" Us - "Discotheque" (Commercial, 1979)

Views: 873

Here's another commercial for Toys "R" Us featuring Geoffrey the Girafee and the rest of his family dancing to some disco.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, November 16th 1979.

The Science Fiction Film Awards (Part 6, 1978)

Views: 1541

Part 6, more cheese for your enjoyment. :-)

Featuring Quincy Jones and the composer John Williams.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, January 20th 1978.

Field Communications - "Scanimated" (ID, 1978)

Views: 1018

Here is the updated animated Field Communications ID, created to replace the earlier static version seen at the beginning of this clip here. (We even have a San Francisco version of the old-style ID)

This ID was seen on all of the Field stations, often accompanied by a voiceover (by Darwin Gillette) denoting the particular city it wa...