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It's time for another fun mystery clip - this time for you sports fans out there!
ID the game and date these clips are from?
ID the "drunk" guy walking around and then seen later singing during the 7th inning stretch? Something tells me he may be a football player. :-)
Let's give others a chance, so for now I am asking our resident schedule sleuths such as Phantom to not jump in right away. :-)
Here's a station sign-off for WBNG Channel 12 in Binghamton / Elmira, NY.
This aired right after The CBS Late Movie presentation of the 1978 made-for-TV film "Three on a Date" (originally aired on the ABC Network on February 17th 1978, directed by Bill Bixby and with an all-star cast including June Allyson, Loni Anderson [pre-WKRP in Cincinnati], Ray Bolger, John Byner, Geoff Edwards, Carol Lawrence, Meredith MacRae, Rick Nelson . . . and Forbesy Russell [of
Here's Part 1 of a complete edition of Rock World, a weekly pre-MTV music video show that aired on WMAQ Channel 5 (simulcast on WXRT 93 FM). Includes:
WMAQ Channel 5 Animated Station ID with promo for Beulah Land on Tuesday, October 7th (voiceover by ??)
Opening titles (featuring clips of Blondie, The Cars, The Boomtown Rats and X-Ray Spex (whose lead singer, Poly Styrene, sadly passed away on April 25th 2011), Supercharge, The Movies, Ben Sidran a...
Here's an episode of The SportsWriters on TV, as aired on SportsChannel - one of the hosts of which we lost recently (Bill Gleason).
Featuring Bill Jauss of the Chicago Tribune, Rick Telander of Sports Illustrated, Bill Gleason from the South Bend, Indiana Tribune, and hosted by Ben Bentley.
In Part 7, the last part, they discuss a connection between the Civil War and baseball - Ken Burns, and his upcoming documentary - also, how still photographs are better than...
Here is Part 3 of a compilation of assorted Son of Svengoolie clips. I did not make this compilation - it has been floating around the trading circles for a long time, and this is the best copy I've been able to find. It has some neat clips you will not see anywhere else.
Another clip-within-a-clip showing a segment from an earlier show - Tombstone's The Amazing No-Skin!
"Turkey Roll" song parody ...
Not from Chicago, but still of historical interest: a weird oddity - an excerpt from cable Channel 6 in Nashville, Tennessee (broadcasting in black and white), with what amounts to a primitive version of The Weather Channel, with readings of Wind Direction, Wind Velocity, Barometric Pressure, Temperature, Time, and Current Speed in MPH (just kidding). Plus, it includes a (literal) community bulletin board (including, at one point, a notice for town carolers). All this with a hypnotic, end...
Here is the opening couple of minutes for Eyewitness News at 10 on WLS Channel 7, featuring Larry Moore. Story covered:
80 year old near-Crete resident Harry Vanheel, a former GM Pipe fitter, arrested in mercy killing of his 79 year old wife Eleta Vanheel. Diane Lawson reporting. Also features Sgt. Ray Van Dyke of the Will County Sheriffs Police. (ending cut off slightly)
(Picture has some interference)
Opening voiceover by Wayne Atkinson.
Here's Part 1 of an interesting piece of history - The beginning of the Lead-Off Man show on WGN Channel 9 on Opening Day 1961, White Sox At Washington, featuring an interview with the president.
Vince Lloyd interviews both John F. Kennedy and LBJ from the President's box. Hubert Humphrey and Everett Dirksen are right behind JFK. Panoramic shots of the old (and now long gone) Griffith Stadium, with the National Anthem. JFK throws out the first ball, caught by Jungle Jim Rive...
Here's Part 3 of a rare surviving edition of Bill Jackson's The BJ & Dirty Dragon Show on WFLD Channel 32. This was from the original 2" quadruplex master tape. Includes:
The Thumptwangers (featuring Maynard the crow) lip-synching to Ray Stevens' novelty record "Freddie Feelgood (And His Funky Little Five-Piece Band)" (originally released in 1966 on Monument single #45-946, but in this form with dubbed applause came off his 1969 album Gitarzan [SLP-18115]).