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Prince Spaghetti - "Senor Wences" (Commercial, 1979)

Views: 1488

Here's a commercial for Prince Spaghetti featuring ventriloquist Senor Wences. We also have an ad featuring him pitching for Spanish Tourism.

"Wednesday is Prince Spaghetti Day"

This aired on local Chicago TV late Wednesday, October 24th 1979.

WGN Channel 9 - Season's Greetings - "Nodlaig Sona Duit" (1979)

Views: 1116

"Season's Greetings from the WGN Family" - in what language? Looks like an Italian flag, but sure doesn't sound like it...

And is that Merri Dee? Sounds a little high-pitched...

This aired on local Chicago TV on Tuesday, December 25th 1979.

WCIU Channel 26 - Eddie Korosa's Polka Party (Part 2, 1978)

Views: 1902

Here's Part 2 of the oldest Polka Party episode that I've been able to find so far. Also features commercials for:

Irene Korosa reads the list of birthdays while EKJ and the boys play "Spanish Eyes"

Commercial: Pticek and Son bakery at 5523 South Narragansett

Commercial: Star Piping & Heating Company at 7947 and a half West Ogden Avenue in Lyons - Anthony Dolezal, proprieter.

Commercial: Clover Club Beverages Incorporated at 5114 So...

WBBM Channel 2 - News - "The Groundhog Play" (1987?)

Views: 1838

Here is a fun segment from Bob Wallace on WBBM Channel 2 News that was submitted for a local Emmy (not sure when, or if it won). Here Bob breaks down the whole Groundhog Day thing into language that a sports fan can understand.

Featuring Lester Holt introducing the piece, and Woody the Woodchuck of the Lincoln Park Zoo performing.

This aired on local Chicago TV in (not sure - 1987?)

WFLD Channel 32 - Comedy Festival (Opening Excerpt, 1984)

Views: 732

Here is the opening (Sadly, incomplete) from WFLD Metromedia Channel 32's Comedy Festival program. This dates to around May 1984. Includes:

Ending of some Secretary training program commercial on another channel

Quick flash of "WBBS-TV West Chicago and Chicago - Stay Tuned for the WPWR-TV Movie at 2:30 am on Channel 60" (also repeated in Spanish)

Our Miss Brooks - Weekdays at 10:30 am (from unknown channel)

WFLD Channel 32 Comedy Fes...

WBBM Channel 2 - TV 2 News at 10pm (Part 4, 1973)

Views: 2857

Here's the fourth and final part of a complete edition of the TV 2 News at 10pm on WBBM Channel 2 with anchor Bob Wallace. Also featuring sportscaster Bruce Roberts. Includes:

Bob Wallace introduces Bruce's sports report, with a few attempts at speaking Spanish. Bruce's sports items include:

- College football sports scores (including Ohio State beating Illinois, 30-0)

- Highlights of Northwestern/Minnesota game (Minnesota Golden Gophers ...

WYCC Channel 20 - Making It Count (Part 3 + Promos, 1983?)

Views: 1090

The last few minutes of Making It Count on WYCC Channel 20, followed by promos. Includes:

Host Joe Earley explains the specifics of Low-Level Languages (with pertinent schematic on the screen), and emphasizes the longer time it takes to program when more than one language is involved.

Review of what High-Level and Low Level-Languages are all about, with a schematic on the screen.

Schematic of High-Level Language Compatibility, followed by e...

WFLD Channel 32 - Chicago Stuff (Part 1, 1985)

Views: 2000

Here's a lost Koz Klassic! - Chicago Stuff - was it a failed pilot? A consolation prize from Fox Television for cancelling Son of Svengoolie a month later? A half-remembered dream? It only aired once, at 10pm on a Sunday in December 1985 - so you couldn't be blamed for not knowing it existed. (I only heard rumors) In any case, it's a neat little package of Rich's schtick, so just think of it as an extremely early episode of The Koz Zone. :-)

Thanks to...

WMAQ Channel 5 - NewsCenter5 - "A Service For The Deaf" (1976)

Views: 5978

Here's something pretty neat - a NewsCenter5 update on WMAQ Channel 5 for the deaf, with Doug Goldhamer reading the news and doing the corresponding sign-language. (voiceover introduction by Ed Grennan) Includes:

WMAQ-TV Station ID slide at the beginning (voiceover by Ed Grennan)

A bit of a technical difficulty moment when the superimposed name doesn't work right.

Commercial: Ed Fanning Chevrolet at 1252 North Lake Street in Aurora.