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WCIU Channel 26 - Mulqueen's Kiddie A-Go-Go (1969)

Views: 10579

Note - this clip has since been reposted in a longer form as part of an almost complete episode - so check out Parts 1, 2, and 3.

Here's a segment from an episode of Mulqueen's Kiddie a-Go-Go on WCIU Channel 26. Includes:

Pandora talking to...

Channel 6 (Nashville) - "A Primitive Weather Channel Christmas" (Excerpt, 1975)

Views: 7854

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...

WFLD Channel 32 - The Three Stooges - "Dunked In The Deep" (Opening, 1979)

Views: 1951

Here's another of the Black & White WFLD Stooges clips. Includes the ending of Newstalk with that freaky music (you can see the full clip here) and a Sanford & Son promo (voiceover by Jim Beattie) before the Stooges begin without a proper WFLD opening.

This aired on local Chicago TV in January of 1979. (but sometime before January 16th)

WBKB Channel 7 (Station ID & Pre-Emption Notice, 1968)

Views: 3902

Here is a rare animated station ID for WBKB Channel 7 (which became WLS Channel 7 on October 7th 1968), with a promo for an appearance by Chicago-based jazz legend Ramsey Lewis on a midnight program that aired right after The Joey Bishop Show (not Chicago with Ronnie Barrett, which premiered in July of that year). Also included is a preemption notice for The Invaders (while the slide indicated the show was in color, this bumper is presented here in living black-and-white...

Son Of Svengoolie - "Free Picture Post Card" (1979)

Views: 1064

Here's an early segment from Son of Sven featuring his first promotional item - a black and orange photograph "post card" that you could get if you wrote into him at this address:

Son of Svengoolie
WFLD TV
300 N. State St.
Chicago 60610

Not sure what episode this is from, but it was a very early one based on the fact that the coffin still has the Jerry G. Bishop-era graphics.

(opening cut-off slightly)

This aired...

Pocket-Sized Action Figures By Mego (Commercial, 1980)

Views: 2406

Here's a commercial for Pocket-Sized Action figures by Mego, including Mr. Spock, Captain Kirk, The Incredible Hulk, characters from the movie "The Black Hole", Batman and Robin, Buck Rogers, Captain America, Spiderman, Superman, and many more.

This aired on local Milwaukee TV in May 1980.

WFLD Channel 32 - The Three Stooges - "Dunked In The Deep" (Commercial Break #2, 1979)

Views: 1181

Here's the second commercial break from an airing of The Three Stooges on WFLD Channel 32. (aired in color, but recorded in Black & White unfortunately) Includes:

WFLD Three Stooges bumper

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man promo (ending voiceover by Ron Beattie)

This aired on local Chicago TV in January of 1979. (but sometime before January 16th)

WFLD Channel 32 - The Rifleman (Commercial Break #1, 1971?)

Views: 1232

Here's Commercial Break #1 (in all black and white) from an airing of an episode of The Rifleman on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:

Cheerios (animated)
Hostess Fruit Pies (Fruit Pie the Magician)

Not sure when this aired yet but likely 1971 as it was likely on the same reel as the Addams Family episode from the same period.

WFLD Channel 32 - The Rifleman (Commercial Break #3, 1971?)

Views: 1262

Here's Commercial Break #3 (in black and white and then switching to color) from an airing of an episode of The Rifleman on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:

The Fabulous Fifties record offer from Columbia records with Miss Rosemary Clooney (partially in B&W) (seen in a previous 1971 commercial break posted here)

Not sure when this aired yet but likely 1971 as it was likely on the same reel as the Addams Family episode from the same period.