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The Funny Company - "Orb Weaver Spider" (1963)

Views: 3749

Here is a segment of the cartoon "The Funny Company" - these aired on local Chicago TV at various times and on various stations, most notably as part of WGN-TV Channel 9's Garfield Goose and Friends with Frazier Thomas.

According to Internet Movie Database, "Each of the 260 five-minute episodes depicts the hilarious cartoon adventures of a kids' corporation formed to do jobs and make money. It episode contains an informative and entertaining segment designed to satisfy the yout...

WGN Channel 9 - Garfield Goose And Friends (Ending & Break, 1975)

Views: 9807

38 years ago today, this aired!

Here's the ending moments and a full commercial break from the long-running series Garfield Goose And Friends on WGN Channel 9, hosted by Frazier Thomas. This is significant as it is the only known color off-air recorded footage from the show yet found!

This was recorded at Ridgewood High School in Norridge (by whom, has been lost to time but we've narrowed it down to about four adults) on 3/4" U-matic videotape usin...

WFLD Channel 32 - All In The Family (Bumper Promo, 1980)

Views: 800

Here's a bumper promo for All in the Family on WFLD Channel 32.

It's hard to hear over the voiceover but listen to the music at the end - it's a version of the Field Communications theme done in a style of the All in the Family theme.

Voiceover by Ron Beattie.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Wednesday, February 27th 1980.

WFLD Channel 32 - The Addams Family - #1 (Break #2 & Ending, 1971)

Views: 3098

Here's the last full commercial break (in mostly black and white) as well as the ending credits from The Addams Family on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:

Zestabs chewable vitamins animated commercial featuring Mighty Mouse

WFLD Sci-Fi Cinema promo - Saturdays at 1pm and 6pm and Sundays at 1pm.

Chicken Unlimited Family Restaurants - "We're Not Happy Until You Are" (Just like FuzzyMemories!) ;-)

Ending credits of The Addams Family (no voic...

WFLD Channel 32 - "Lucy & Family" (Promo, 1981)

Views: 1008

Here's a different promo for I Love Lucy and All in the Family on WFLD Channel 32. The schedule was:

The Six Million Dollar Man at 5pm
I Love Lucy at 6pm
All in the Family at 6:30pm

Voiceover by Jim Barton.

This promo aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, July 6th 1981.

Family Drug Prevention (PSA, 1978)

Views: 1864

Here's an animated public service announcement for family drug prevention which encouraged you to write to the National Institute on Drug Abuse for a new booklet at:

Family
300 N State
Chicago, IL 60610

Ending voiceover by ?? (WBBM guy)

"Project Parenting"

This aired on local Chicago TV Friday, September 8th 1978.

WFLD Channel 32 - The Partridge Family - "Don't Bring Your Guns to Town, Santa" (Commercial Break #2, 1979)

Views: 850

Here is Commercial Break #2 from the episode "Don't Bring Your Guns to Town, Santa" of The Partridge Family on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:

WFLD "Zooming" Partridge Family bumper

Blistex & Blistik lip balm (Main voiceover by ??, ending voiceover by Ron Beattie) - Available at Walgreens and Dominick's Finer Foods

WFLD All in the Family promo (voiceover by Ron Beattie)

WFLD "Zooming" Partridge Family return bumper (voiceover by R...

WFLD Channel 32 - "Lucy & Family" (Promo, 1980)

Views: 1219

Here's a promo for I Love Lucy and the All in the Family Hour on WFLD Channel 32. The schedule was:

I Love Lucy at 5:30pm
All in the Family Hour at 6pm

Voiceover by Jim Barton.

This promo aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, July 3rd 1980.

WBBM Channel 2 - New Year's Eve: Chicago Style (Part 2, 1979/1980)

Views: 1424

Here's Part 2 of "New Year's Eve: Chicago Style" - a special on WBBM Channel 2. Unfortunately, the recording starts during a commercial break and we miss the first 10 minutes or so of the broadcast - still, lots of local fun in this one. :-) This part includes:

Mayor Jane Byrne and her husband Jay McMullen arrive at State & Randolph while John Coughlin narrates the "action". Longtime WGN TV and Radio veteran Roy Leonard can be seen as the MC of the event down on the stage.