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Columbus Builders with Bob Bell (Commercial, 1981)

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Here's a commercial for Columbus Builders, touting the benefits of their aluminum siding (namely, lower fuel costs).

Featuring Bob Bell (Bozo the Clown himself!) who was also a longtime staff announcer at WGN Channel 9.

"Just as Columbus discovered America, Columbus Builders have discovered that good workmanship and quality material, at reasonable, fair prices, will make you a happy homeowner."

This aired on local Chicago TV in May of 1981.

Circus Vargas (Commercial, 1984)

Views: 744

Here's a commercial for Circus Vargas.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, June 10th 1984.

WGN Channel 9 - Garfield Goose and Friends - "Clutch Cargo" (1971?)

Views: 8416

Here's an interesting discovery! A 16mm film, found by Mr. Chance Mitchell on Ebay and graciously donated to us - it starts out with a vintage WGN Color Station ID (the same one we saw at the beginning of the Bozo's Circus: The Lost Tape special (albeit with different music), which is why I date this, for lack of a better guess, as from 1971)

Then follows the most complete, and richest-color-looking opening for Garfield Goose and Friends that I have ever seen bef...

TV Magic Cards with Marshall Brodien (Commercial, 197?)

Views: 1334

Here's a commercial for TV Magic Cards, a product created by magician Marshall Brodien (Bozo's Wizzo) who starts off showing one of his tricks, and then describing what the cards are about. This commercial was memorably parodied by Son of Svengoolie as "Real Life Magic".

Ends with notice of availability (for just $1.98) at Dominick's Finer Foods, Goldblatt's Stationery, and Walgreens (voiceover by Clif Mer...

WLS Channel 7 - The Saturday Night Movie - "The Tiger Makes Out" (Commercial Break, 1982)

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Here's a full commercial break for the WLS Channel 7 Saturday Night Movie presentation of "The Tiger Makes Out". (and no, it's not about Mr. Woods) Includes:

"The Saturday Night Movie" bumper

Fair Housing Center PSA

Yogurt PSA from the ADA - American Dairy Association of Wisconsin, featuring Olympian and World Class Cyclist, Beth Heiden - "Yogurt Goes With You!"

Des Plaines Chrysler-Plymouth at 622 East Northwest Highway (Route 14) ...

WGN Channel 9 - The Daily Game Lottery Drawing (1981)

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Here's a complete Daily Game Illinois state lottery drawing on WGN Channel 9, featuring Karen Smith and lottery official Bob Houck(sp?).

The winning number that night was 039.

Main voiceover by Marty McNeeley.

The Daily Game - (C) 1981, WGN Continental Broadcasting Co.

Also features a WGN Station ID with the "Last Farewell" music and "24 Hours a Day" slogan (voiceover by Marty McNeeley)

This aired on loca...

WTTW Channel 11 - Monty Python's Flying Circus - "Warning!" (1979)

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Here is a warning bumper which aired at the beginning of Monty Python's Flying Circus on WTTW Channel 11. This was an earlier design than the ones featured here and here.

Voiceover by Marty Robinson (read live, the later ones were taped mostly)

"The following program, Monty Python's Flying Circus, may be considere...

WTTW Channel 11 - Monty Python's Flying Circus - "Last One For Awhile" (Ending, 1980)

Views: 2686

Here's something historical and interesting - the ending of the final Monty Python's Flying Circus broadcast on WTTW Channel 11 for over 2 and a half years. Includes:

Ending of Monty Python's Flying Circus with "Distributed by Time Life Television" graphic

Monty Python "Going Away" speech

Thomson Vacation sponsorship

WTTW Station ID slide - "Snowblower"

WREX Channel 13 - "The Circus" (Take 1, 1969)

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Here's a (evidently lipsynced) performance from a band called "The Circus" - recorded at WREX Channel 13 in Rockford, IL. (not sure if this ever ran on or was intended to run on WCIU Channel 26 or not)

This came from the other Quad tape that I found in Jack Mulqueen's basement recently. (recorded in low band, according to the slate at the opening of this clip - as accompanied by an 800 Hz tone).

I was hoping this tape might have contained another episode of...