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Here's a complete Daily Game Illinois state lottery drawing on WGN Channel 9, featuring Karen Smith and lottery official Bob Houck(sp?).
The winning number that night was 039.
Main voiceover by Marty McNeeley.
The Daily Game - (C) 1981, WGN Continental Broadcasting Co.
Also features a WGN Station ID with the "Last Farewell" music and "24 Hours a Day" slogan (voiceover by Marty McNeeley)
This aired on loca...
Here's a commercial for some new games on the ColecoVision that will be coming out in 1984 - WarGames, Tarzan, Frontline, Congo Bongo, and Star Trek.
"The best game system in town keeps getting better."
This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, February 2nd 1984. (1983 Copyright)
Here is a commercial for the Imagic video game "Dragonfire" for the Atari 2600 and Intellivision.
This aired on local Chicago TV Saturday, January 15th 1983. (Has a 1982 Copyright)
Here's a commercial for Donkey Kong - the video game available on Colecovision, Atari 2600 VCS, or Intellivision.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, December 11th 1982.
Here's an interesting clip - the Illinois Lottery drawing on WGN Channel 9 where on this particular night, the balls did not drop into the mixing chamber for the "Cash 5" game and the winning numbers had to be selected off camera and given via an on-screen scroll about 20 minutes later, during the 7 O'Clock Movie airing of "Vertigo".
Featuring Merri Dee doing the drawing. Not sure who the voiceover is by, although it sounds a little like Joan Kohn. Also features supervision b...
Here's a commercial for the Odyssey2 (Odyssey 2) home video game computer system by Magnavox.
Includes a tag at the end for Polk Bros with voiceover by Jim Barton.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, October 30th 1980.
Here's a commercial for a bit more obscure game for kids - Mr. Pop! - by Lakeside.
Mr. Pop! - The Game Where Girls Are Only Allowed To Be Spectators...
This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, November 30th 1981.
Here's a commercial for the legendary game Twister by Milton Bradley. The lyrics of the jingle tell the object of the game.
"Twister can tie you up in a knot."
This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, December 4th 1981 during the 4:00pm to 4:30pm timeframe.