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The Roast Of Tim Weigel - "Pre-Show Eat & Gab" (Part 1, 1981)

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Here's Part 1 of an interesting "backstage" glimpse at some local TV personalities of yore - raw footage shot at a dinner event "roasting" Tim Weigel. (Roasting Weigel's Weiner?) Included are such notables as Fahey Flynn, Ray Meyer, Joel Daly, Bill Veeck, Al Lerner, Bill Gleason, Jack Brickhouse, Linda Lerner, and more. (Can anyone help ID any? They don't have to be famous, if you know who someone is, let me know)

Part 1 includes b-roll (I guess you might call it) of the ev...

The Roast Of Tim Weigel - "Jimmy Piersall" (Part 4, 1981)

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Here's Part 4 of an interesting "backstage" glimpse at some local TV personalities of yore - raw footage shot at a dinner event "roasting" Tim Weigel. (Roasting Weigel's Weiner?) Included are such notables as Fahey Flynn, Ray Meyer, Joel Daly, Bill Veeck, Al Lerner, Bill Gleason, Jack Brickhouse, and more. (Can anyone help ID any? They don't have to be famous, if you know who someone is, let me know)

Part 4 includes former ballplayer and White Sox broadcaster Jimmy Piersall...

WTVT Channel 13 - Pulse Featuring Jim Ruddle (Part 7, 1964)

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Here's Part 7 of Pulse, the evening newscast of WTVT Channel 13 in Tampa / St. Petersburg, Florida, which featured Jim Ruddle as St. Petersburg anchor and Hugh Smith as Tampa anchor. This rare edition was transferred from the original 2" quad tape. This part features sports director "Salty" Sol Fleischman and national anchor / news director Ray Dantzler. Includes:

"Salty" Sol on the following items:

- More on the 10 millionth barrel of beer rolled out b...

The Science Fiction Film Awards (Part 4, 1978)

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Part 4, more cheese for your enjoyment. :-)

Featuring Ralph The Robot, Ray Bradbury, Gary Kurtz, and Melinda Dillon.

FAKE ROBOT VOICES WILL NEVER LOSE THEIR APPEAL. BEEP.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, January 20th 1978.

Budweiser - The TasteBuds - "The Munchies" (Commercial, 1980)

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Here's one in a series of Budweiser beer commercials featuring "The Taste Buds" - this one called "The Munchies".

These ads and the characters were conceived and produced by Ray Rhamey.

"Why do you think they call them TasteBuds, anyway?"

This aired on local Chicago TV early Saturday, July 5th 1980 during the 12:15am to 12:30am timeframe.

WTVT Channel 13 - Pulse Featuring Jim Ruddle (Part 4, 1964)

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Here's Part 4 of a rare edition of the nightly Pulse newscast from WTVT Channel 13 in Tampa / St. Petersburg, Florida, transferred from the original 2" quad videotape. This was notable in featuring future Chicago TV legend Jim Ruddle anchoring out of St. Petersburg at various points. This part features him, Tampa-based Hugh Smith, and news director Ray Dantzler in the Pulse newsroom. Includes:

Jim reports on a parliamentary maneuver in Pinellas County to block d...

Son of Svengoolie - Assorted Clips Compilation (Part 8)

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Here is Part 8 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:

"We Can Win When We're Ugly" song parody (incomplete)

Featuring Rich Koz as Son of Svengoolie. Also starring Doug Scharf as Doug Graves, the piano player.

Son of Svengoolie - Assorted Clips Compilation (Part 7)

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Here is Part 7 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:

Easter with Bing (mostly complete - from April 1983, I assume?)

Featuring Rich Koz as Bing Crosby. Also starring Doug Scharf as Doug Graves, the piano player.

WGN Channel 9 - The 8:00 Movie - "Deadly Ray From Mars" (Partial Bumper, 1977)

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Here's a quick flash of a bumper that looks very similar to this one, thus I believe it is from WGN Channel 9 - The 8:00 Movie.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, August 8th 1977.