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Here is Commercial Break #5 during The Day After on WLS Channel 7 - an ABC Theater telemovie about the effects of a full-scale nuclear attack on the United States. Technically, this aired immediately after the movie ended. No sponsor wanted to buy ad time after the bombs were dropped, so there were no commercial breaks or interruptions for a full hour and 19 minutes! (until this) Includes:
ABC Circle Films ID
Commodore Computers (with actor Chris...
Here are some promos and the opening for Dr. Who from WTTW Channel 11 in Chicago. Includes:
WTTW Promo for "You'll Never Get Rich" (Marty Robinson announcing) - Incomplete
WTTW Promo for "The Deadly Affair" (Not sure who the announcer is)
Thomson Vacations underwriting announcement by Marty Robinson
WTTW 11 Station ID - "Earnest"
Introduction to Dr. Who by Marty Robinson: "The quality of mercy is not strain'd, It drop...
Here are a couple promos from NBC - one for an animated special, "The Last of the Red Hot Dragons", and one for Real People.
Voiceover by Casey Kasem.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Tuesday, April 1st 1980.
Here's an NBC News Digest anchored by Chuck Scarborough and sponsored by American Airlines.
Chuck reads the following items:
- Police in Bonn use water-spray laced with tear gas to disperse protesters against planned deployment of U.S. nuclear missiles as German Parliament meets on this issue; over 200 arrested
- Over 100 million Americans are estimated to have seen [ABC Telefilm depicting a nuclear war scenario] The Day After the ...
Here are some promos for shows on CBS' lineup airing on Wednesday, March 14th 1979. Includes:
Married: The First Year
One Day at a Time
The Jeffersons - Billy Dee Williams
An All-Star Salute to Pearl Bailey
This promo aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, March 12th 1979.
Here is the ending from Sneak Previews on WTTW Channel 11. Also included afterward are a few promos and the beginning to the next program - the movie "The Lion in Winter".
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, May 2nd 1981.
Here are a couple promos from the CBS network for The Stockard Channing Show and The Incredible Hulk. Also features a "This is CBS" Eye ID at the end (voiceover by Bill Martin).
This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, March 28th 1980.
Here are CBS Network promos for that evening's presentations of The Betty White Show and Maude. Includes CBS "Lightning Eye" ID at end, which was part of the promo.
Main voiceover by ?? Ending voiceover by Hal Simms.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, October 17th 1977.
Here are promos for WFLD Metromedia Channel 32's showing of Mork & Mindy and Sanford & Son. From 1984 - Jim Barton announcing.