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WCIX Channel 6 - Snipets - "Bad for You" (1984)

Views: 2810

Here's another rare Snipets segment! These originally were created by and aired on the Kaiser Broadcasting / Field Communications stations such as WFLD Channel 32, in the 70s and early 80s. However, with the sale and dissolution of Field starting in 1982, for whatever reason Snipets segments popped up on a few other non-Field or former-Field stations, even as late as 1986!

This particular a...

WKBS Channel 48 - Snipets - "The Spooldozer" (1983)

Views: 532

Here's another Snipets segment, entitled "The Spooldozer," that aired on WKBS Channel 48 in Philadelphia, PA, within an airing of an episode of The Flintstones. Includes:

Later opening titles with worms - (C) 1975 Field Communications (originally produced by Kaiser Broadcasting)

A demonstration of the "Spooldozer," with a do-it-yourself (DIY) guide to making it - with an empty thread spool, a short stick or old pencil, a short rubber band, a piece ...

WKBS Channel 48 - Snipets - "The Body Machine" (1983)

Views: 848

From another airing of a Flintstones rerun on the late, lamented WKBS Channel 48 in Philadelphia, PA, here is a segment of Snipets which we've entitled "The Body Machine."

With the beginning "worms" opening leading the way (and 1977 copyright date), we start off with a shot of a pre-teen boy running in slow motion as the narrator shows how the human body is like a machine, and as such has to be checked every now and then. Most of this segment takes place during a...

WDCA Channel 20 - Snipets - "Pigpen Cipher" (1980)

Views: 761

Here's another rare Snipets segment! These originally were created by and [primarily] aired on the Kaiser Broadcasting / Field Communications stations such as WFLD Channel 32, in the 1970's and early '80's. However, in a discovery that is sure to change SnipetsHistory forever - this one was discovered on a Betamax recording of a broadcast of the Star Trek episode "The Savage Curtain" on WDCA Channel 20 (Washington, D.C.) from April of 1980!

At this time the Field ...

WCIX Channel 6 - Snipets - "Girls Play Ball Too" (1984)

Views: 1640

Here's another rare Snipets segment! These originally were created by and aired on the Kaiser Broadcasting / Field Communications stations such as WFLD Channel 32, in the 70s and early 80s. However, with the sale and dissolution of Field starting in 1982, for whatever reason Snipets segments popped up on a few other non-Field or former-Field stations, even as late as 1986!

This particular a...

Snipets - "Come Back Here" (1981)

Views: 5089

Well, at long last - here it is - Fuzzy's #1 most-wanted clip. Remembered by most people who watched *ANY* WFLD in the late-70s / early 80s (and on other Field affiliates and syndicated stations) - the infamous "Come Back Here" Snipets segment (A.K.A., the "Come Back Can" as I wrongly dubbed it for many years).

As with a lot of things that are looked for and eventually found, there is a bit of "That's it, is it?" underwhelming sentiment - it's only 60 seconds long, after all -...

WKBS Channel 48 - Snipets - "Benito Juarez" (1983)

Views: 397

Here's a Snipets segment on "the Abraham Lincoln of Mexico," Benito Juarez (1806-1872), as aired over WKBS Channel 48 in Philadelphia, PA (the late, lamented sister station to our own WFLD Channel 32), within a repeat of an episode of The Flintstones.

After the opening titles (with 1977 copyright date, meaning that this was originally produced either within the last months of Kaiser Broadcasting's existence, or within the first few months after Field took over all...

WCIX Channel 6 - Snipets - "The Granola Chef" (1984)

Views: 2560

Here's another (partial) rare Snipets segment! These originally were created by and aired on the Kaiser Broadcasting / Field Communications stations such as WFLD Channel 32, in the 70s and early 80s. However, with the sale and dissolution of Field starting in 1982, for whatever reason Snipets segments popped up on a few other non-Field or former-Field stations, even as late as 1986!

This pa...

WFLD Channel 32 - Casper (Commercial Break #1, 1979)

Views: 2549

At long last! Another rare WFLD cartoon break! This is in fact, the oldest ever found! And it even has another lost Snipets segment! Includes:

WFLD Casper bumper (dig that funky music!)

Candi - doll for girls by Mego

McDonald's - "The Land of McDonald's Sundaes"

WFLD Spiderman promo (Dr. Don voiceover) - "Today at 4:30"

Snipets - Fireman (with Jerry Overstreet)

WFLD Casper return bumper (voice...