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Here's Part 3 (the final part) of an edition of Medical Self-Help Training on WTTW Channel 11. This, the ninth of a total of 16 installments of an ongoing course about maintaining life and health in times of national disaster or emergencies, deals with the topic of "Infant and Child Care" and is hosted by Dr. Max Klinghoffer, Chairman of the Illinois State Medical Society's (ISMS) Disaster Medical Care Committee.
This was transferred directly from a 2" Quad tape, and was...
Here's Part 7, the last part, of an episode of AM Chicago on WLS Channel 7. The topic was controversial, provocative and outrageous radio talk show hosts and featured Alan Burke of WGBS in Miami, Morton Downey Jr. (on this show just going by Mort Downey) of WERE in Cleveland, Warren Freiberg of WLNR in Lansing, IL, Irv Homer of WWDB in Philadelphia, and Jerry Williams of WRKO in Boston. Starring Oprah Winfrey as host.
This episode featured the infamous "soap spraying" inciden...
Here's a neat little nugget - the ending of an episode of Star Trek on WGN Channel 9. Years before the show came to WFLD. Wish I could find someone who taped more of these. :-) Includes:
Ending of Star Trek - "Spock's Brain" (Season 3, Episode 1 - originally aired on the NBC Network, and thus in Chicago via WMAQ Channel 5, on September 20th 1968)
Commercial: Rice-a-Roni - "The San Francisco Treat!" (Featuring the little toy trolley and th...
Here's an edition of Eyewitness AM News on WLS Channel 7 that aired within Good Morning America. The anchor of this edition was Jim Gibbons, and the items are as follows:
- Jay Levine reporting on the previous day's events in the trial of Nola Jean Weaver of Long Grove, accused of murdering her husband Larry in 1977; prosecutor Ann Regan's tales of sordid love affairs and Larry's beating his wife, shouting matches between prosecution and defense, and swinging moo...
Here is the eighth and final part of the Field Communications produced Way to Go! Special - an hour long (compilation?) showcase of some special kids and what they do. Has a lot of nice little slices of late seventies life as a kid. :-) The tape was dated May of 1980. My contact says that only a few of these "Specials" were made. Like I said, I'm not sure if these were compilations of segments shown on the regular Way to Go program, or if they were specifically produced for these specials. I ...
Here's Part 1 of a demo reel from Abel and Associates, a Hollywood-based production and graphics firm headed by Robert Abel.
This came from a 3/4" Umatic tape that was kept by Cathy Mustari, art director for WFLD Channel 32 from 1974 to the late '80's, from a time when the station was actively shopping for production houses to handle their graphics for opens/closes, bumpers, promos, etc.
This part includes:
- A segment resembling a travel through a...
Here's the fourth and final part of a complete edition of the TV 2 News at 10pm on WBBM Channel 2 with anchor Bob Wallace. Also featuring sportscaster Bruce Roberts. Includes:
Bob Wallace introduces Bruce's sports report, with a few attempts at speaking Spanish. Bruce's sports items include:
- College football sports scores (including Ohio State beating Illinois, 30-0)
- Highlights of Northwestern/Minnesota game (Minnesota Golden Gophers ...
Here's the final part of a demo reel from Midocean Motion Pictures, a production and graphics firm which worked "in association with" EUE-Screen Gems (the latter of "S From Hell" infamy, spun off from Columbia Pictures).
This came from a 3/4" Umatic tape that was kept by Cathy Mustari, art director for WFLD Channel 32 from 1974 to the late '80's, from a time when the station was actively shopping for produ...
Here's the first ten minutes of The Captioned ABC News on WTTW Channel 11, which was a replay of the evening's edition of World News Tonight that had aired earlier (at 5:30pm) on WLS Channel 7. The anchors were Max Robinson in Chicago, Peter Jennings in London (on assignment) and Frank Reynolds in Washington, with commentary by Howard K. Smith, and Barbara Walters with a special report (alas, of these five, only Reynolds and Robinson are the ones with significant airtime; the o...