Results for: ' WGN Channel 9'
What would the Christmas season be without an airing of Hardrock, Coco, and Joe? Here's one from a holiday episode of The Bozo Show - also includes at the end a Bozo weather report and school closings notice.
Who's voice is that - it's not Bob Bell, right?
This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, December 23rd 1983.
Here's a promo advertising the fact that the Illinois Lottery drawings were now on WFLD Metromedia 32 instead of "that other channel" (WGN). Live drawing every night at 6:59pm.
Features Rich Koz as the hapless lottery "loser".
Voiceover by Jim Barton.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, April 30th 1984.
Here's a complete sign-on segment from WGN Channel 9, including a Five Minutes to Live By sermonette and opening moments of a Zane Grey Theatre episode aired under the syndicated umbrella title The Westerners. Includes:
Station ID / Promo for A Woman Called Golda starring Ingrid Bergman for Tuesday, April 27th at 7pm
Five Minutes to Live By with Father Ronald Turcich, Principal of Saint Rita Elementary School in Chicago - a ser...
Here's the ending of the Family Classics presentation of Moby Dick on WGN Channel 9. Includes:
The ending moments of "Moby Dick"
Commercial: Thomas' English Muffins (jingle sung by Jake Holmes, of "Dazed and Confused" fame)
Commercial: Kellogg's Frosted Flakes ("They're G-R-R-REAT!") with free M&M's Snack Pack
Commercial: Eagle Springtime Round-Up of national brands (discounts on Citrus Hill orange juice and Folger's ...
Here's a segment from John Drury and NewsNine on WGN Channel 9, involving a confession from an unnamed person - then in his thirties, at the time on parole after serving time for arson and murder - in connection with the fire that destroyed the Our Lady of the Angels school on Chicago's West Side on December 1st 1958, killing 92 students and three nuns.
This clip starts off at the tail end of Drury's introduction of the report, by Alex Burkholder, which was filmed on Aug...
Here is another Victory Auto Wreckers commercial, still with no car door falling off yet - that commercial wouldn't premiere until May 1985.
Featuring Jim Ostrander and Jose "Louie" Arroyo.
Voiceover by former WGN Channel 9 staff announcer Steve Hunter.
This aired on local Chicago TV in 1984.
Here's the third and final part of Nightbeat with Marty McNeeley on WGN Channel 9. Also featuring the voice of Tony Salvaro. Includes:
Marty recapping the following sports scores and plays, with pertinent footage:
- In hockey, Chicago Blackhawks lose to Detroit Red Wings 4-1 (clips of key plays courtesy SportsVision)
- The Fighting Illini basketball team defeats the Loyola Ramblers, 73-72, at the Assembly Hall in Champaign (clips courtesy ...
Here's a news segment on WLS Channel 7 regarding the infamous "Max Headroom Pirating Incident".
Featuring Floyd Kalber. (and who's the guy at the end?), Dan Roan (incorrectly spelled as Rohn by WLS), and Bob Strutzel - WGN Spokesman.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, November 23rd 1987.