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Here's a memorable promo from WGN Channel 9 featuring their "Comedy Tonight!" lineup of Fall 1979. Includes excerpts from:
The Dick Van Dyke Show (5:30pm, Mondays through Saturdays)
The Odd Couple (6pm, Mondays through Saturdays)
Good Times (5pm, Mondays through Saturdays)
Carol Burnett and Friends (6:30pm)
Maude (7pm, Mondays through Saturdays)
Chico and the Man (7:30pm, Mondays through Saturdays)
Song used is "Comedy Tonight"...
Here's the first opening titles for WFLD Channel 32's Super Cartoon Sunrise.
This opening (which we previously saw a promo for) spotlights Woody Woodpecker, Tom & Jerry, Popeye, and Fred Flintstone & Friends (a syndicated package of 1970s episodes, not to be confused with the original Flintstones series which was still being run by WGN Channel 9 at this point).
Here's an early promo for WFLD Channel 32's Super Cartoon Sunrise.
Featured cartoon series shown in this "Coming This Fall" promo are Woody Woodpecker, Tom & Jerry, Popeye (the 1933-57 theatrical cartoons), and Fred Flintstone & Friends (a syndicated package of 1970s episodes, not to be confused with the original Flintstones series which was still being run by WGN Channel 9 at this point).
We see, from a brief shot at the star...
Here's Part 2 of a (vintage?) Jerry Springer episode on WMAQ Channel 5 dealing with the very delicate (and absorbent) topic of Adult Babies.
Features Jerry doing a question and answer session along with the audience as they try and wrap their heads around "Heidi" (William Windsor), a "macho truck driver" by day; baby girl by night, and 61-year-old businessman "Tommy", founder of Diaper Pail Friends, who wears and uses diapers all the time. Also:
Here's the opening moments and first commercial break of The Late Movie presentation of the Marx Brothers' first feature, "The Cocoanuts" (1929), on WGN Channel 9. This screening marked the last time WGN aired a Marx Brothers movie on New Year's Day. Includes:
WGN Station ID - with Bob Vorwald of WGN's sports department wishing everybody a happy holiday season (background music: "Deck the Halls" by Mannheim Steamroller)
The Late Movie CGI open wi...
Here's a segment from a program called The Oscar Canales show on WCIU Channel 26 featuring a singer named Harriet Blake.
"On Monday Nights at 9pm WCIU had a series of rotating producers who would produce a monthly special. Oscar Canales was one of those host producers. Oscar was a singer who would always open the show with a song, sometimes singing with his guest. On this particular night his guest was Harriet Blake, another singer. She put on quite a performance and I h...
Here's the opening moments of "Cartoon Capers" on WGN Channel 9. Includes:
"Last Farewell" video animated station ID (voiceover by Bob Bell who also provides time check)
Brief shot of Cartoon Capers bumper slide - anyone remember this?
Accompanying music consisting of 1945-55 version of "Merrily We Roll Along" as heard on the opening of countless Warner Bros. "Merrie Melodies" cartoons - dissolving into opening title sequence and first mome...
Here's the long version of a classic WLS-TV Channel 7 Eyewitness News "Seven's On Your Side" jingle promo sung by Florence Warner and featuring Mary Ann Childers, Jay Levine, Paul Udell, Steve Deschler, Al Lerner, Fahey Flynn, Tim Weigel, Joel Daly, Diane Allen, and who else? (The shorter version is posted here.)
Produced by Karen Ye...
Here's Part 2 of a Channel 2 News Special Report, "Blizzard '79: Public Questions, City Answers," a call-in show hosted by Bill Kurtis and Walter Jacobson on WBBM Channel 2, with Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Chairman James McDonough, Streets and Sanitation Commissioner Francis Degnan, Fire Commissioner Richard Albrecht, and Police Superintendent James O'Grady taking questions from irate Chicagoans. Also featuring Steve Shepard at the 6200 block of South Archer in Southwest Chicago,...