Results for: ' WGN Channel 9'
Here's the first four minutes or so (before the tape cut out) of the 10th Inning show on WGN Channel 9. Features Jack Brickhouse interviewing John McNamara, manager of the Cincinnati Reds. Also includes a complete commercial break (which only includes one commercial) - for Fencl-Tufo's Chevy City, featuring a goofy Dracula puppet.
Also includes a WGN "Last-Farewell" animated Station ID at the beginning (voiceover by Clif Mercer)
This aired on local Chicago TV o...
Here's another, later version of the Lou Rawls' "Welcome Home" promo for WGN Channel 9 - in which he makes an appearance.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, December 1st 1985.
Here's an old-style Merry Christmas bumper slate from WGN Channel 9.
Has an alternate Bob Bell voice over - slate is clearer in the other one though.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, December 17th 1979.
Here's a bumper promo for the Groovy Goolies, twice a day on WGN Channel 9 - Mornings at 8am, Afternoons at 2:30pm.
Voiceover by Bob Bell (That's him, right?)
"We're For You"
This promo aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, November 8th 1979.
Here is a preview for the upcoming episode of Night Beat on WGN Channel 9 from 1980. Begins with the ending of WGN Television Presents - "The Maltese Falcon". Jack Taylor previews the following stories:
- Mount St. Helens destruction becoming more visible
- Miami's racial uprising takes 16 lives and injured 400
- Mayor Byrne says she will not oppose the school board
- Chicago White Sox continue their red-hot 1st place streak
Here is a mostly complete Station Sign-On from WGN Channel 9. The National Anthem was cut.
The announcer doing the Station ID at the beginning is Carl Greyson and the voiceover for the Sign-On is Steve Hunter.
Followed by "WGN Television - 24 Hours a Day" ID with "Last Farewell" music (voiceover by Steve Hunter); which in turn is followed by part of opening titles of William Tell (a.k.a. The Adventures of William Tell), a British-produced syndicate...
Some users here have identified this as being a showing of "Duck Soup" on The 8:00 Movie from WGN Channel 9.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, August 26th 1977.
Here's the opening 30 seconds or so of Lead-Off Man on WGN Channel 9. Features Lou Boudreau talking to Bobby Murcer of the Chicago Cubs before the tape cuts off. :-(
Also features a WGN "Last Farewell" ID at the beginning (voiceover by Merri Dee)
Note: The music used as the theme to Lead-off Man is "The Billboard March", composed by John N. Klohr. The version used is performed by ??
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Here's the opening of a broadcast of Chicago Bulls basketball on WGN Channel 9. Features Bob Costas and Johnny "Red" Kerr live from The Kingdome in Seattle, Washington for the Chicago Bulls Vs. the Seattle Supersonics. There is also a short interview with Bulls Coach Jerry Sloan.
Sponsored by: Chevrolet, Schlitz, and True Value Hardware.
Includes a "Last Farewell" WGN-TV ID at the beginning. (not sure who the announcer is)
(Quality's a little if...