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FYI - "Sing To Your Baby" (1980)

Views: 1695

Here is another of the daytime interstitial features that ABC ran during the early eighties between Daytime Soaps - FYI - For Your Information - hosted by Mr. Barney Miller himself, Hal Linden.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, January 31st 1980 at a couple minutes before 2pm!

Marriott's Great America - "What A Day!" (Commercial, 1980)

Views: 4305

Here's another commercial for Marriott's Great America.

This aired on local Chicago TV early Sunday, July 13th 1980.

Dispensa's Kiddie Kingdom (Commercial #1, 1979)

Views: 11680

Here's a commercial for Dispensa's Kiddie Kingdom which was located in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois.

This aired on local Chicago TV in August 1979.

FYI - "Snow Shoveling Safely" (1982)

Views: 2068

Here is another of the daytime interstitial features that ABC ran during the early eighties between Daytime Soaps - FYI - For Your Information - hosted by Mr. Barney Miller himself, Hal Linden.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, January 29th 1982 at a couple minutes before 3pm.

FYI - "Limited Lying" (1983)

Views: 2091

Here is another of the daytime interstitial features that ABC ran during the early eighties between Daytime Soaps - FYI - For Your Information - hosted by Mr. Barney Miller himself, Hal Linden.

They changed the FYI music slightly from the one heard less than a month previously.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, December 8th 1983.

Marriott's Great America (Commercial, 1979)

Views: 6053

Here's a neat commercial for Marriott's Great America that is a bit of a take-off on the old Batman TV show.

This commercial aired on local Chicago television on Sunday, September 16th 1979.

Screaming Yellow Theater (Svengoolie) - "Show #5" (Opening, 1971?)

Views: 2771

Here's a segment from Screaming Yellow Theater - the original Svengoolie, which aired on WFLD Channel 32 from 1970-1973. Svengoolie was played by Jerry G. Bishop.

This opening segment from "Show #5" features comedian Mort Sahl as guest coffin opener. (when he signs the coffin you can see other names that were on the show such as Ray Rayner)

"The following prescribe is transcrammed..." - anyone know where this funny bit of technical mumbo-jumbo originated? Anoth...

Hooray for Reading - "The TV Kid" (#6, 1979)

Views: 693

Here is the sixth in a series of ten, minute-long shorts (or interstitials as they are sometimes known) created by Field Communications for children called Hooray for Reading. These would air during the commercial breaks on kid's shows and cartoons.

These featured kids briefly doing some other activity besides reading (the "hook") and then describing a book they like using a brief dramatization of a part in the story.

This one is based on the book "The TV Kid" by...

Hooray for Reading - 'Then Again, Maybe I Won't' (#4, 1979)

Views: 935

Here is the fourth in a series of ten, minute-long shorts (or interstitials as they are sometimes known) created by Field Communications for children called Hooray for Reading. These would air during the commercial breaks on kid's shows and cartoons.

These featured kids briefly doing some other activity besides reading (the "hook") and then describing a book they like using a brief dramatization of a part in the story.

This one is based on the book "Then Again, M...