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WFLD Channel 32 - Comedy Classics - "The Three Stooges" (Closing, 1981)

Views: 2894

Here is the closing for Comedy Classics featuring The Three Stooges on WFLD Channel 32.

Voiceover by Jim Barton. Music used is a version of "Knock Knock" by Spike Jones (with some mysterious editing at the end)

(With a Field Communications ID at end)

This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, September 7th 1981 @ 11:30pm!

WGN Radio 720 - "Bob Collins' Low Budget" (Commercial, 1981)

Views: 1197

Here's a commercial for WGN Radio 720 AM in which their afternoon drive personality, Bob Collins, complains about the threadbare props he's being forced to use for this commercial (with an RCA 77DX microphone thrown in for good measure), while bemoaning how the station's other personalities (such as Wally Phillips, Roy Leonard and Bill Berg) get better setups for theirs. (Collins moved into the 2pm-6pm slot in June 1981.) Features the animated "We've Got Chicago Talking" at the end.

WFLD Channel 32 - Comedy Classics (Commercial Break, 1986)

Views: 1401

Here's a commercial break during an airing of Comedy Classics on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:

DeVRY - "Jan Nelson, Broadcasting" - "We're serious about success."

Remco - "Rent Stereos"

Instant Krazy Glue gel - Available at Clark and Barlow, 3-D Discount Stores, Coast to Coast, and at participating True Value Hardware stores (ending voiceover by Jim Barton)

WFLD Battlestar Galactica promo (ending voiceover by ??)


WGN Channel 9 - NewsNine (Ending, 1979)

Views: 5617

Here's the final segment and ending of NewsNine on WGN Channel 9 featuring Jack Taylor (in some funky glasses) anchoring. Includes:

Story on a Teamsters Strike

Cook County Hospital employees will get paid

Roy Leonard reviews Neil Simon's Chapter Two at the Blackstone Theatre.

Tom Skilling answers a weather question posed by Jack Taylor as Bill Frink busts his chops a bit.

Ending weather update and some credits ...

WFLD Channel 32 - Comedy Classics (Break #1, 1985)

Views: 1529

Here is break #1 of WFLD Channel 32's Comedy Classics program from July 15th, 1985. Includes:

Latenight 32 title card

Nelson Brothers Furniture (Nelson Brothers Loves Me! - and they'll love you too!) - I like the older version of the jingle better.

Citrus Hill Select Orange Juice (apparently spiked with an antidepressant)

Ivory Shampoo and Conditioner (God, I'm proud of my wife...look at her hair...)

WGN Channel 9 - Garfield Goose And Friends (Opening Excerpt, 1971)

Views: 43979

The Goose Lives!!

Found on an ancient, open-reel black & white skip field recording that was donated to us along with a bunch of other miscellaneous stuff, and tucked away at the end of the reel, this gem was discovered - some footage from Garfield Goose and Friends on WGN Channel 9 that has been lost and unseen for almost 40 years!! (originally broadcast in color, but captured on this early home videotape recorder in black and white)

As y...

Siegfried & Roy's Pocket Magic (Commercial, 1982)

Views: 3437

Here's a commercial for Siegfried & Roy's Pocket Magic - a "magical" deck of cards. Featuring Marshall Brodien. (Wizzo the Wizard on Bozo's Circus/The Bozo Show)

Available at all Walgreens and Osco Drug.

Ending voiceover by Jim Barton.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, December 11th 1982.

WFLD Channel 32 - Comedy Classics (Break #3, 1985)

Views: 812

Here is break #3 of WFLD Channel 32's Comedy Classics program from July 15th, 1985. Includes:

Latenight 32 title card (different one than from Break #1)

Era Plus Detergent

TV Guide

Ultra Krazy Nails (Jim Barton Voice Over)

PM Magazine promo

Stooges Shorts card (Jim Barton voice over with Spike Jones' "Der Fuehrer's Face".)

WFLD Channel 32 - Comedy Classics (Ending, 1982)

Views: 1568

Here's the ending from a broadcast of "Comedy Classics" featuring The Three Stooges, from Tuesday August 24th 1982, airing 11:30pm to 12 midnight, on WFLD Channel 32. With Jim Barton announcing.

The music they are playing in this clip is a slightly edited version of "Knock-Knock" by Spike Jones. Other times they would use the beginning from another Spike Jones tune, "Der Fuehrer's Face". (not played in this clip)

This is the clip that started it all - the first o...