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WGN Channel 9 - The Transformers (Commercial Break #1, 1987)

Views: 3895

Here's a commercial break for an airing of The Transformers on WGN Channel 9. Quality's a little iffy, but this is the best I have right now. Includes:

Transformers bumper
G.I. Joe toys
Tuff Cut lawnmower
Corn Pops cereal
Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous promo
Transformers bumper

This aired on local Chicago TV on Wednesday, March 11th 1987.

WLS Channel 7 - The Saturday Night Movie - "The Tiger Makes Out" (Commercial Break, 1982)

Views: 2853

Here's a full commercial break for the WLS Channel 7 Saturday Night Movie presentation of "The Tiger Makes Out". (and no, it's not about Mr. Woods) Includes:

"The Saturday Night Movie" bumper

Fair Housing Center PSA

Yogurt PSA from the ADA - American Dairy Association of Wisconsin, featuring Olympian and World Class Cyclist, Beth Heiden - "Yogurt Goes With You!"

Des Plaines Chrysler-Plymouth at 622 East Northwest Highway (Route 14) ...

WCFC Channel 38 - Liberty Temple Full Gospel News - "Mad" (Part 2, 1987)

Views: 1685

Here's Part Two of the movie "Mad" on WCFC-TV Channel 38 - our religious station in Chicago - during the program "Liberty Temple Full Gospel News". This feels like something that should be part of the Found Footage Festival.

Mad: A true story about the life of Pastor Clifford E. Turner growing up as a young man in the inner city of Chicago, in the 60s. Written, Produced, Directed, Filmed & Scored at Liberty Temple Full Gospel Church.

WCFC Channel 38 - Liberty Temple Full Gospel News - "Mad" (Part 3, 1987)

Views: 1141

Here's Part Three of the movie "Mad" on WCFC-TV Channel 38 - our religious station in Chicago - during the program "Liberty Temple Full Gospel News". This feels like something that should be part of the Found Footage Festival.

Mad: A true story about the life of Pastor Clifford E. Turner growing up as a young man in the inner city of Chicago, in the 60s. Written, Produced, Directed, Filmed & Scored at Liberty Temple Full Gospel Church.

WFLD Channel 32 - He-Man (Commercial Break #4, 1987)

Views: 2238

Here is a commercial break from He-Man on WFLD Channel 32 from 1987. Includes:

He-Man Orko bumper

Dennis the Menace cartoon promo (again) (Hey, did you know Phil Hartman did the voice of Mr. Wilson?)

Disney's Children's Favorites record offer

He-Man Orko bumper

WFLD Channel 32 - Star Trek - "The Return Of The Archons" (Commercial Break #1, 1982)

Views: 2638

Here is a commercial break from a re-run of the episode, "The Return Of The Archons" of Star Trek as shown on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:

Bountiful

Ford

Boston Sea Party

Woolite Carpet Cleaner

Promo for the White Sox on Channel 32 (Cool Graphics!)

This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, September 11th 1982.

CBS Network - Here Comes Peter Cottontail (Commercial Break #1, 1980)

Views: 1430

Here's Commercial Break #1 for the CBS Network presentation of "Here Comes Peter Cottontail". Includes:

"Here Comes Peter Cottontail" bumper

"Here Comes Peter Cottontail" Sponsored by...Kellogg's.

Kellogg's Cereals - "It's Gonna Be A Great Day"

"Here Comes Peter Cottontail" return bumper

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, March 28th 1980 @ 7pm!

WFLD Channel 32 - Comedy Classics (Break #3, 1985)

Views: 717

Here is break #3 of WFLD Channel 32's Comedy Classics program from July 15th, 1985. Includes:

Latenight 32 title card (different one than from Break #1)

Era Plus Detergent

TV Guide

Ultra Krazy Nails (Jim Barton Voice Over)

PM Magazine promo

Stooges Shorts card (Jim Barton voice over with Spike Jones' "Der Fuehrer's Face".)

WFLD Metromedia 32 - Son of Svengoolie (Break 8, Show #249)

Views: 1908

Here is commercial break #8 of WFLD Metromedia Channel 32's Son of Svengoolie presenting the movie "The Eye Creatures". Includes:

Tostitos Tortilla Chips (Check out that vintage bag!)

Kinney Shoes

Breakstone's Sour Cream

Crystal Light

1st Metropolitan Builders

Son of Svengoolie bumper with Jim Barton

This aired on local Chicago television Saturday, April 28th 1984.