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Here is yet another(!) commercial for Pac-Man cereal - with a completely different animation style - almost looks retro 60's.
This commercial aired on local Chicago TV in 1983.
Here's a commercial for the Atari 5200 SuperSystem - the descendant of the Atari 2600.
"Adapter coming soon."
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, December 18th 1982.
Here's another Christmas commercial for McDade's advertising the Odyssey video game system by Magnavox and assorted accessories and cartridges for it.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, December 4th 1982.
Here's a commercial for the ColecoVision and Adam computer add-on.
Ironic that this commercial aired the same date as "The Day After" since the Adam was such a colossal bomb. :-)
"Available Nov. 15 1983"
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, November 20th 1983.
Here's a commercial for the 1980 Atari Games - Basketball, Sky Diver, Human Cannonball (it looks like Shaun White is playing), Space Invaders
Featuring "Andy Leonard".
Ending voiceover by Danny Dark.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Tuesday, October 28th 1980.
Here's a commercial for Nestle Quik chocolate milk mix featuring the Quik Bunny rabbit playing the Atari 2600 VCS.
"No one can say no to Quik" (Hmm...sounds vaguely like a threat)
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, July 23rd 1983.
Here's the animated logo for Magnetic Video Corporation, an early home-video release company. This one is the 20th Century Fox variation.
Here's a commercial for the short-lived gaming system - Vectrex, featuring all vector graphics and color overlays you put over the screen. Also notable for being portable, in that it came with it's own specialized display unit, and for a controller that slightly resembled the later Nintendo Entertainment System controller.
"(C) 1983 by Milton Bradley Company"
This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, November 21st 1983.
Here's Part 4 of an episode of The Dating Game on WSNS Channel 44.
In this Part we have Game 2 featuring the lovely Lisa.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, July 24th 1980 during the 5:30pm to 6:00pm timeframe. (the show itself has a Copyright of 1979 though)