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What are the odds? Recorded at random and saved without meaning to, here is an episode of The Dating Game on WSNS Channel 44. Cool enough because it has the original commercial breaks intact - however as I was scanning through it I slowly recognized the face - Chicago's Bozo the Clown the Second, Mr. Joey D'Auria was one of the bachelors!
In Part 1, we hear the intro to the show given by host Jim Lange - it's cut off slightly, however from what he says later in the sho...
Here's a commercial for the Parker Brothers Star Wars: Jedi Arena video game for the Atari 2600 VCS.
"Parker Brothers - The Ones To Beat"
This aired on local Chicago TV in February 1983. (1982 Copyright)
Here's a commercial for the game Mr. Mouth by Tomy. Who didn't have this game or know someone that had it?
This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, November 30th 1981.
Here's a commercial for the Exidy game "Venture" for the ColecoVision and Atari 2600 VCS and coming soon for Intellivision.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, October 30th 1982.
Here's a commercial for 4 new games on the Intellivision game system:
Beauty & The Beast
This aired on local Chicago TV Saturday, January 15th 1983. (Has a 1982 Copyright)
Here's a commercial offer in Spanish from Urban General Corp. for a "Video Game Pack" made up of Atari 2600 cartridge winners like Journey - Escape, Space Jockey, Towering Inferno, Space Cavern, Infiltrate, and Space Winnebago (just kidding on that last one).
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, June 9th 1985.
Here is the opening 8 minutes of Game 1 of the 1983 American League Championship Series, which was played between the Chicago White Sox and the Baltimore Orioles.
You get to see the cool Channel 32 graphics for their Sox coverage at the time, as well as the starting lineups and opening banter by announcers Don Drysdale and Ken Harrelson.
(By the way, the Sox won this game 2-1, but lost the series 3-1) :-(
This aired on local Chicago TV on Wednesda...
Here's a commercial for the video game Carnival by Sega. Available on the ColecoVision, Atari 2600 VCS, and Intellivision.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, November 18th 1982.