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WTTW Channel 11 - Wild Chicago - "Islands" (Part 4, 1991)

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Here is Part Four, the last part, of an "Islands" themed episode of Wild Chicago on WTTW Channel 11. Featuring Ben Hollis as host. I believe this was a compilation of segments from earlier shows all with an islands-related theme. Includes:

Goose Island on the Near Northwest side. Including Goose Island Shrimp House at 1013 West Division.

Lonski's Inn (Lonski's Cafeteria) at 1115 North Branch and 1117 North Branch.

Special annoucement regarding Wil...

WSNS Channel 44 - All Night Movies - "Magical Mystery Tour" (Ending, 1980)

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Here's a (mostly complete) ending to the Saturday All Night Movies presentation of "Magical Mystery Tour" on WSNS TV-44.

I had two different versions of this recorded by two different people - one was in better quality but the recording stopped a little bit before the other, so I edited the two together here as seamlessly as I could. (a bit noticable due to the differences in quality)

Music used is "

Me-Books (Commercial Offer, 1978)

Views: 2256

Here is a commercial TV offer for the "Me Books", personalized stories using your child's name, friend's name, and his city and state.

Features Terry Maxwell of Fort Lee, New Jersey.

The books include:
Read About Me and the Bee
My Adventure in Mother Goose Land
Read about Me and the Yellow-Eyed Monster
My Circus Story
My Rainy Day

This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, October 29th 1978.

WSNS Channel 44 - All Night Movies - "Savage Season" (Opening, 1980)

Views: 2123

Here's the opening to the All Night Movies presentation of "Savage Season" on WSNS TV-44 before the tape ran out. They also mention the other movies to be played that night - "Secret Beyond the Door" (at 2:15am), "The Terrornauts" (at 4:15am), and "Son of El Cid" (at 5:45am). (voiceover by Don Ferris)

Music used is "Friends" by Chick Corea, from 1978.

Also include...

WGN Channel 9 - The Transformers (Commercial Break #2, 1987)

Views: 2324

Here's another commercial break for an airing of The Transformers on WGN Channel 9. Quality's a little iffy, but this is the best I have right now. Includes:

Transformers bumper
Slime Time watches
The Talking Mickey Mouse from Worlds of Wonder
Honey Smacks cereal with Garfield or Odie padlock
WGN Facts of Life promo
Transformers bumper

This aired on local Chicago TV on Wednesday, March 11th 1987.

WTTW Channel 11 - Wild Chicago - "Islands" (Part 2, 1991)

Views: 1210

Here is Part Two of an "Islands" themed episode of Wild Chicago on WTTW Channel 11. Featuring Ben Hollis as host. I believe this was a compilation of segments from earlier shows all with an islands-related theme. Includes:

68th Street Islands (Harrison-Dever Crib and 68th Street Crib) on Lake Michigan.

Garfield's Fantasy Island II bar at 6011 South State Street.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, July 14th 1991.

WLS Channel 7 - Ending Of The Super Friends & Opening Of Fangface (1979)

Views: 6657

Here's a really great clip I found recently at the end of a Betamax tape - the ending of The Super Friends and the opening of Fangface on WLS Channel 7 during ABC's Saturday Morning Cartoons line-up, along with some complete commercial breaks. Includes:

Ending of The Super Friends, including the De-Coder Solution

ABC-TV Saturday Morning bumper - "Asian girl making sandcastles"

Star Wars Action Figures by Kenner - Luke Skywalke...

WGN Channel 9 - Bugs Bunny & Friends (Commercial Break #3, 1981)

Views: 1294

Here's the third and final commercial break for Bugs Bunny & Friends on WGN Channel 9. (Scooby Doo immediately followed this clip) Includes:

Ending of "Hare Trigger" (1945)

Commercial: Golden Dream Barbie - "Comes with everything you see here" - (C) Mattel, Inc. 1980

Commercial: Gribbit from Milton Bradley - the aim was to get a bee past three frogs without being ea...

WGN Channel 9 - The Groovie Goolies and Friends (Opening & Break, 1980)

Views: 4440

Here's the opening for The Groovie Goolies and Friends on WGN Channel 9, followed by a commercial break. Includes:

WGN "Last Farewell" animated station ID (voiceover and time check by Bob Bell)

Opening of The Groovie Goolies and Friends (the main show was originally run as part of Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies, which aired on the CBS Network from 1970 to 1971, and then aired on its own from 1971 to 1972); this umbrella also includes Las...