Results for: ' Ray Rayner Clips'
Here's a holiday commercial for Ray-O-Vac products. Available at:
Our Own Hardware
Farm & Fleet stores
This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, December 15th 1980.
Here's a commercial for the spooky toy Stretch X-Ray by Kenner.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, October 28th 1979.
Here's a complete commercial break (for those of you who like your FuzzyMemories contiguous) for One Life To Live. Includes:
One Life To Live bumper (music and voiceover - by George Ansbro)
Jif Peanut Butter
Coast deodorant soap - The Eye-opener
One Life To Live bumper (music only)
20/20 quick promo - "Presidential Brothers in Hot Water" also the Democratic Convention
Here's a holiday commercial for Ray Hara's King Datsun (later known as King Nissan). Located at 740 Busse Highway in Park Ridge.
Voiceover by ??
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, December 20th 1981.
Here's a commercial for Ray Hara's King Datsun (later known as King Nissan). Located at 740 Busse Highway in Park Ridge.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, May 19th 1980.
Here's another commercial for Ray Hara's King Datsun (formerly) at 740 Busse Highway in Park Ridge, IL.
I hope the Inflation Monster doesn't come back any time soon - it's not looking too good right now though.
Voiceover by Clif Mercer.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, January 25th 1981.
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Here's Part 2 of the Twentieth Annual Chicago Emmy Awards on WBBM Channel 2, hosted by Bob Newhart.
This part features Lee Phillip, Fahey Flynn, Chuck Collins, Jim Ruddle, Dick Kay, Bonnie DeVries, Rich Samuels, Jim Cummins, Rich Newberg, Don Craig, Irv Kupcinet, Bill Kurtis and Donna LaPietra, and archive footage of Norman Barry, Ray Rayner, Jim Stewart, Ned Locke, Len O'Connor, A...
Here's a segment from Screaming Yellow Theater - the original Svengoolie, which aired on WFLD Channel 32 from 1970-1973. Svengoolie was played by Jerry G. Bishop.
This opening segment from "Show #5" features comedian Mort Sahl as guest coffin opener. (when he signs the coffin you can see other names that were on the show such as Ray Rayner)
"The following prescribe is transcrammed..." - anyone know where this funny bit of technical mumbo-jumbo originated? Anoth...
Here's one more quick bit I found from WOR Channel 9 in New York - a slide with an excerpt of a live news update. These people must have had an early cable system here that picked this up.
Voiceover by Ray Marland.
"Have a nice day if you can..."
This aired on Chicago TV (via Cable) likely in October of 1979.