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WLS Channel 7 - The 1981 State Street Christmas Parade (Excerpt)

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Here is the last 12 minutes of The 45th Annual State Street Christmas Parade, from 1981, hosted by Joel Daly and Diane Allen. Subtitled, "Santa's Fantasy" (?) Featuring:

Buckets The Clown (Hey, he's no Bozo, but who is?)
WCFL 1000 Personality Float
Abraham Lincoln High School Marching Band from Bloomington, Minnesota
The Chimney Sweeps
Chicago Police/American Legion Marching Band
Santa and his sleigh!
Frank Mathie getting swamped by k...

WTTW Channel 11 - Monty Python's Flying Circus - "Warning!" (Version #1, 1982?)

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Here is a warning bumper which aired at the beginning of Monty Python on WTTW Channel 11 - this one with voice over by Marty Robinson.

"Monty Python's Flying Circus contains scenes which some people may consider unsuitable for younger or more sensitive viewers."

Not sure when this aired exactly, but based on other evidence 1982 is a good guess.

WTTW Channel 11 - Monty Python's Flying Circus - "Warning!" (Version #2, 1982?)

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Here is another warning bumper which aired at the beginning of Monty Python on WTTW Channel 11.

Voiceover by Joan Kohn.

"Monty Python's Flying Circus contains scenes which some people may consider unsuitable for younger or more sensitive viewers."

Not sure when this aired exactly, but based on other evidence 1982 is a good guess.

WTTW Channel 11 - Monty Python's Flying Circus - "Missing Political Choreographer Opening" (1980)

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Well this is something pretty darn rare. Here's the opening of a WTTW Channel 11 broadcast of an episode of Monty Python's Flying Circus. It was the episode "A Book at Bedtime" (originally from 1973 - Season 3; Episode 12). Sound ordinary so far? Well, it isn't. The opening of the show includes a sketch that has essentially been lost.

The official DVD release of this episode doesn't have it (known as the "Political Choreographer" sketch) - in fact, the

WMAQ Channel 5 - Today (Commercial Break & Channel Switching, 1982)

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Here is a mostly complete commercial break during an episode of Today on WMAQ Channel 5. Includes:

Small excerpt of Today showing date and time.

Evans Furs - "Dividend Days" (interrupted by Channel Switching)

Channel Switching to WLS Channel 7 (Good Morning America), then Channel 9 (Bozo cartoon), then WTTW Channel 11 (Sesame Street), and then to some scrambled content (likely ON-TV), before going back to the Evans Fur commercial.

M...

WREX Channel 13 - "The Circus" (Take 2, 1969)

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Here's another take of an (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 an...

Son of Svengoolie - Assorted Clips Compilation (Part 2)

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Here is Part 2 of a compilation of assorted Son of Svengoolie clips. I did not make this compilation - it has been floating around the trading circles for a long time, and this is the best copy I've been able to find. It has some neat clips you will not see anywhere else.

Featuring:

Some Frankenstein related clips which appear to be from an anniversary show (Probably episode #302 which aired 05-18-85) - "Frankenstein" song parody (incomplete) - Son of Svengoo...

WREX Channel 13 - "The Circus" (Take 3, 1969)

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Here's the third and final take of 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 c...

CBS Network - The Incredible Hulk (Ending & Promos, 1977)

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Here is the ending credits to an episode of The Incredible Hulk (with voiceover promo for Circus of the Stars and Universal logo) followed immediately by CBS Network promos for M*A*S*H, One Day at a Time, and Lou Grant.

Voiceover during end credits for The Incredible Hulk by Bob Hite, famous as the voice of the "CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite" from 1972 until his retirement in 1979.

Voiceover during CBS Promos by ??.

This aired on local Rock...