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WTTW Channel 11 - Movie Eleven - "Swept Away" (Intermission Excerpt, 1980)

Views: 1693

Here's an Intermission slide during the Movie Eleven presentation of "Swept Away" on WTTW Channel 11. ("commercial" break was cut, unfortunately)

Voiceover by Don Ferris.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, May 9th 1980 @ 10:30pm.

The CBS Late Movie - "Nightmare In Badham County" (Opening, 1983)

Views: 2817

Here's the opening for The CBS Late Movie presentation of "Nightmare in Badham County." CBS used this opening for many years in the 1970's up until the mid-1980's.

Voiceover by Norm Stevens.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, February 18th 1983 at 10:30pm.

WLS Channel 7 - The 3:00 Movie - "The Power" (Bumper Promo, 1981)

Views: 1582

Here's a quick bumper promo for The 3:00 Movie presentation of "The Power" (Part 1) on WLS Channel 7.

Voiceover by Ernie Anderson.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, September 24th 1981 @ a little bit before 12 Noon! (Airing on WFLD at that time? Underdog!)

WSNS Channel 44 - Monster Rally Movie - "Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural" (Partial Bumper #1, 1980)

Views: 1568

Here's one of the few glimpses yet found of a show that a lot of people remember and have requested footage of - Monster Rally Movie! This aired on WSNS Channel 44 and reportedly had it's own host - a mysterious figure in a creepy costume. Here we get to see only a partial commercial bumper from the show - the only type of footage (other than the movie itself) known to exist currently. The movie this night was the very weird 1973 film Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural.

WGN Channel 9 - The Morning Movie - "Sorry, Wrong Number" (Ending Excerpt, 1975)

Views: 924

Here's an excerpt of the ending to The Morning Movie presentation of "Sorry, Wrong Number" on WGN Channel 9. (before the recording ended) Quality varies due to reception and tape degradation issues. Includes:

The Morning Movie bumper slide (with music from "Sorry, Wrong Number")

This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, November 20th 1975 during the 9am to 11am timeframe.

WSNS Channel 44 - Monster Rally Movie - "Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural" (Partial Bumper #2, 1980)

Views: 553

Here's one of the few glimpses yet found of a show that a lot of people remember and have requested footage of - Monster Rally Movie! This aired on WSNS Channel 44 and reportedly had it's own host - a mysterious figure in a creepy costume. Here we get to see another partial commercial bumper from the show - the only type of footage (other than the movie itself) known to exist currently. The movie this night was the very weird 1973 film Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural.

WSNS Channel 44 - Monster Rally Movie - "Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural" (Partial Bumper #8, 1980)

Views: 1313

Last Monster Rally Movie Clip!!! :-( Let's hope we can find some more!

Here's one of the few glimpses yet found of a show that a lot of people remember and have requested footage of - Monster Rally Movie! This aired on WSNS Channel 44 and reportedly had it's own host - a mysterious figure in a creepy costume. Here we get to see another partial commercial bumper from the show - the only type of footage (other than the movie itself) known to exist currently. The movie this ...

WFLD Channel 32 - Action Movie - "Apache Rifles" (Commercial Break #1, 1983)

Views: 1860

Here is Commercial Break #1 (only one I have) to WFLD Channel 32's Action Movie - "Apache Rifles". Includes:

WFLD Channel 32 Action Movie bumper (music only)

Reynolds Wrap

Empire Carpets (featuring a version of the famous jingle I've never heard before - they probably used it for a total of 3 days before someone came to their senses and canned it)

WFLD Channel 32 Starsky & Hutch promo (again)

WFLD Channel 32 Action Mo...

WLS Channel 7 - "The Late Night Movie" (New Opening, 1987)

Views: 2647

By at least June of 1987, WLS had changed over to their new computer generated open for "The Late Night Movie". I'm sure everyone would agree it was not as good as the old one - but then again, what is?

This aired on local Chicago TV in June of 1987.