Results for: ''
Here's an interesting report by Frank Mathie for Eyewitness News regarding predictions for fashions in the 1980s. The report opens with scenes from the recently released "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" which came out in December of 1979.
Features comments by Luciano Franzoni - a designer of men's clothes for Hart, Schaffner and Marx. Then we see the downtown location of Marshall Field's, and comments by Sara Lister, a VP of Fashion Merchandise. Then, we hear from William Zba...
Here's the opening for the Late, Late Double Feature - Movie 1 - presentation of "One Desire"  on WFLD Channel 32. (preceded by a bumper promo for an airing of "South Pacific" on Monday, February 14th - voiceover by Jim Barton)
Previously we saw the the graphics for a later version of this movie show.
After the opening graphics (can anyone ID the music?), we switch to a studio w...
Here's the ending of the Son of Svengoolie presentation of "The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms" . This was the third and final time he showed this film. Includes:
Ending of the film
Commercial: Jordache - Distressed Denim - "You've Got The Look" (80s Style) (10 second ad)
Son of Sven bumper - featuring a joke that loses most of its impact due to the fact that it didn't immediately follow the end of the movie (thanks a lot, Metromedia bean...
Here's the opening and first break of Donahue featuring his guests Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach.
Commercial: Reach Toothbrush by Johnson & Johnson
Commercial: Country Time Lemonade (C) 1981 General Foods Corp.
Commercial: Chef Boy-ar-dee - Spaghetti and 8 Mini Meat Balls with Tomato Sauce
Goldblatt's - Instant Cash for Gold, Jewelry, Sterling Silver, etc - Free Appraisal
Opening minutes of Donahue's chat with fo...
Here's an oddity - who knew WFLD had a 10pm movie at one point?
Here is the opening of the 10 O'Clock Movie presentation of "My Little Chickadee"  starring Mae West and W.C. Fields, on WFLD Channel 32. (voiceover by Jim Barton)
The graphics are very similar to the type used for the WFLD "Premiere Movie".
Preceded by a WFLD Lincoln's Birthday bumper (voiceover b...
Here's the opening and first commercial break of The ABC Friday Night Movie presentation of "Curse of the Black Widow" - a made-for-TV movie starring Vic Morrow, Patty Duke, June Lockhart, June Allyson, and Sid Caesar. Includes:
WLS-TV Channel 7 bumper
Opening of The ABC Friday Night Movie with "Curse of the Black Widow" teaser
Commercial: Nabisco Spoon-Size Shredded Wheat - "Tasty Snacks at a Thrifty Price"
Here's an interesting item we found recently - what seems like a demo reel from a company called Asch and Associates - Film and Videotape Production, for someone named Bill Cassidy, who presumably was the producer or director behind all of these spots. If anyone has any additional information, please let us know. Includes:
Asch and Associates - Film and Videotape Production - "Bill Cassidy" opening titles with cool 70s music
Diet Pepsi (featuring ...
Not from Chicago, but close enough for jazz - here's a rarity indeed for this era, the opening for an edition of Nightmare Theater on WMBD Channel 31 in Peoria, IL, hosted by Milton Budd from its 1958 debut into later in the '60's. Here, he is introducing this night's presentation of the 1935 horror film "Werewolf of London."
This was from a 16mm film print saved by a former employee of WMBD-TV.
"Welcome to tonight's meeting of the A.F. of L. (sinister...
Yes, it's Christmas in July here at FuzzyMemoriesTV!
Here's a "Toyland" ad for Bergner's - a famous department store in Peoria, IL at the Sheridan Village Shopping Center.
Music is a quirky instrumental of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer".
"It's a mad, mad world of holiday fun..." (Could this be a reference to the film?)
Not sure when this aired exactly, but based on various evidence Christmastime of 1964 seems a good...