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ON TV - Adults Only (Ending & Beginning of Short Subject, 1981)

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Here's the ending of the "Optional Service" of Adults Only mode, which was presenting the movie "The World of Henry Paris". Includes:

Ending of "The World of Henry Paris"

Ending of Optional Service mode with woiceover by WSNS' former General Manager/Announcer Mal Wyman.

ON TV "Short Subject" opening graphic

Opening of short film from The National Film Board of Canada - "A Phantasy" by Norman McLaren

This aired on loca...

Airline by MPH (Commercial, 1977)

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Here's a commercial for a board game called Airline by MPH ("The Making People Happy people"). This Monopoly-similar game allowed the player to control the world's largest international airline - if you could handle the risks. A map of the world, plus key airline routes, are on the board, as well as major destinations on the outer edge where each player lands. Also comes with dice and colored chips. For 2 to 4 players.

A British equivalent of this board game (...

WMAQ Channel 5 - Rock World (Part 4, 1980)

Views: 710

Here's Part 4 of a complete edition of Rock World, a weekly pre-MTV music video show that aired on WMAQ Channel 5. Includes:

Videos by Little River Band:

- "Lady"

- "Lonesome Loser"

Video: "Rolene" by Moon Martin (from his 1979 album Escape from Domination)

Commercial: GV Jeans with Hot Pockets by Murjani (again)

Commercial: Mountain Dew soft drink

Commercial: Oven Fry H...

WMAQ Channel 5 - Rock World (Part 6, 1980)

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Here's Part 6 of a complete edition of Rock World, a weekly pre-MTV music video show that aired on WMAQ Channel 5 (simulcast on WXRT 93 FM). Includes:

Video: "Listen to the Heartbeat" by D.L. Byron

Video: "Do Me" by Teddy Pendergrass (from concert performance)

Commercial: Pepsi Cola - "Catch That Pepsi Spirit" (with baton twirler practicing for parade)

Commercial: Richies Leather and Suede Sale - "Save Up to 40%" - ends O...

WTTW Channel 11 - Wild, Wild World Of Animals (Ending, 1983)

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Here's the ending to Wild, Wild World of Animals on WTTW Channel 11 featuring that funky and memorable ending credits music. Thankfully, this was the first episode ending I've found where WTTW did not fade-out the credits early. (even though I remember the whole song vividly)

William Conrad (TV's Cannon) does the narration. This episode was about Bighorn Sheep of the Canadian Rockies. (unfortunately, no real episode list or guide seems to exist for this show)

WLS Channel 7 - Editorial - "Museum of Science & Industry's 50th Anniversary Salute" (1983)

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Here's a WLS-TV editorial from William C. (Bill) Campbell, Director of Public Affairs, speaking from the Museum of Science and Industry, in a salute to its 50th anniversary, at one point showing a commemorative stamp (20 cents - those were the days) issued by the U.S. Postal Service. Campbell also mentions how the Museum's home previously housed the Palace of Fine Arts for the 1893 Columbian World's Fair, and was also the first home of the Field Museum of Natural History, before the Museum w...

WMAQ Channel 5 - Rock World (Part 2, 1980)

Views: 1050

Here's Part 2 of a complete edition of Rock World, a weekly pre-MTV music video show that aired on WMAQ Channel 5 (simulcast on WXRT 93 FM). Includes:

Videos by Hilly Michaels:

- "Calling All Girls"

- "Shake It and Dance"

Record Offer: "The Complete Simon & Garfunkel Collection" - 5-Record Set (3 8-track tapes or cassettes) with 60 songs - by Tee Vee Records

Commercial: Connie Shoes - at Yorktown, Harlem Ir...

WFLD Channel 32 - The Jack Benny Show - "Pre-Emption Notice" (1975)

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Here's the opening of The Jack Benny Program on WFLD Channel 32, featuring a pre-emption notice. Includes:

Pre-emption notice for Bill Burrud's Travel World (from the host of Animal World) with show logo bumper slide from WFLD (which used a serif typeface called Windsor Bold, which apparently preceded Avant Garde Medium as Kaiser-era WFLD's font du jour)

The Wonderful World Of Magic - "Bill Bixby's Trick Solution" (1977?)

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Here's one more clip from the elusive The Wonderful World Of Magic show - the last one I have. This one includes the end of a magic act, the title card that they would show between acts, and one of the Bill Bixby segments where he shows the solution to a trick he posed at the beginning of the show. Also includes a partial end credits before the recording ended. Notice all the French stuff - the Eiffel Tower on the title card, the Arc De Triomphe in the end credits - was the whole ep...