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Hooray for Reading - "The Glad Man" (#1, 1979)

Views: 537

Here is the first in a series of 10, minute-long shorts (or interstitials as they are sometimes known) created by Field Communications for children called Hooray for Reading. These would air during the commercial breaks on kid's shows and cartoons.

These featured kids briefly doing some other activity besides reading (the "hook") and then describing a book they like using a brief dramatization of a part in the story.

This one is based on the book "The Glad Man" ...

Hooray for Reading - "The Accident" (#5, 1979)

Views: 844

Here is the fifth in a series of ten, minute-long shorts (or interstitials as they are sometimes known) created by Field Communications for children called Hooray for Reading. These would air during the commercial breaks on kid's shows and cartoons.

These featured kids briefly doing some other activity besides reading (the "hook") and then describing a book they like using a brief dramatization of a part in the story.

This one is based on the book "The Accident" ...

Screamin' Wheels Roller Rink (Commercial, 1981)

Views: 5233

Here's a commercial for Screamin' Wheels Roller Rink located at 6119 Melton Road in Gary, Indiana featuring their "All Night Ramble".

This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, July 4th 1981.

Hooray for Reading - "The Year of the Whale" (#2, 1979)

Views: 389

Here is the second in a series of ten, minute-long shorts (or interstitials as they are sometimes known) created by Field Communications for children called Hooray for Reading. These would air during the commercial breaks on kid's shows and cartoons.

These featured kids briefly doing some other activity besides reading (the "hook") and then describing a book they like using a brief dramatization of a part in the story.

This one is based on the book "The Year of ...

Hooray for Reading - "A Billion For Boris" (#3, 1979)

Views: 528

Here is the third in a series of ten, minute-long shorts (or interstitials as they are sometimes known) created by Field Communications for children called Hooray for Reading. These would air during the commercial breaks on kid's shows and cartoons.

These featured kids briefly doing some other activity besides reading (the "hook") and then describing a book they like using a brief dramatization of a part in the story.

This one is based on the book "A Billion for ...

Six Flags Great America (Commercial, 1987)

Views: 4000

Have the time at the time of your life? (Does this make sense? Or is it Half the time at the time of your life?) Featuring B.J. Jones as the dad (he is now the artistic director of the Northlight Theatre in Skokie, IL).

Bugs Bunny - (C) Warner Bros. Inc., 1987.

Twicket.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, June 26th 1987.

Maywood Park - "The Pace Setter" (Commercial, 1980)

Views: 2161

Here's a local commercial for Maywood Park - which features harness racing, located in Melrose Park, IL. This one is advertising their free ski hat giveaway on November 1st.

I wonder what that horse is doing today?

This aired on local Chicago TV on Wednesday, October 29th 1980.

Hooray for Reading - "Life on a Plastic Planet?" (#7, 1979)

Views: 1295

Here is the seventh in a series of ten, minute-long shorts (or interstitials as they are sometimes known) created by Field Communications for children called Hooray for Reading. These would air during the commercial breaks on kid's shows and cartoons.

These featured kids briefly doing some other activity besides reading (the "hook") and then describing a book they like using a brief dramatization of a part in the story.

This one is based on the book "Is There Lif...

FYI - "Sex In Old Age" (1980)

Views: 2364

Here is another of the daytime interstitial features that ABC ran during the early eighties between Daytime Soaps - FYI - For Your Information - hosted by Mr. Barney Miller himself, Hal Linden.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, January 14th 1980 at a couple minutes before 3pm! (This is the earliest FYI segment yet found - but only by a couple weeks)