Results for: ' WGN Channel 9'
Here is a promo for the St. Patrick's Day parade on WGN Channel 9.
Voiceover by Jack Taylor.
This promo aired on local Chicago TV in mid-March 1983.
Here's a station ID (voiceover by ??) and opening of Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom on WGN Channel 9. The episode was "Shark Pack of Enewetak".
Also includes the ending of a PSA for CPR Training from the American Red Cross at the beginning.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, November 11th 1978 at 7pm.
Here's a promo for the horror anthology series Monsters, "the most hair-raising half-hour on television," on WGN Channel 9, to be aired at 10pm. To make this point, an entire family is shown glued to their TV, screaming their heads off and their hair standing up not unlike a fright wig.
Voiceover by Doug Paul.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, November 6th 1988.
Here's the ending bumper and beginning of the first commercial for the Late Movie presentation of "Destination Moon" on WGN Channel 9.
Ending of "Destination Moon" - This is the End of the Beginning
"Kaleidoscope" bumper for the WGN Late Movie
Beginning of Record offer for "Disco Hustle" by Adam VIII Ltd.
Recording cuts out, sadly...
This (most likely) aired on local Chicago TV early Wednesday, January 1...
Found at the very end of a tape, here's a partial commercial break for "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!" on WGN Channel 9. (why they didn't use a question mark in the name I have no idea) Includes:
Original Scooby-Doo series bumper (voiceover by Casey Kasem)
"We'll Be Right Back" WGN Scooby-Doo bumper (voiceover by Merri Dee)
Baby Feels So Real doll by Mego
- Tape Ends - :-(
This likely aired (based on the copyrigh...
Here is another Season's Greetings message from "The WGN Family" featuring the store window displays from Marshall Fields (with Uncle Mistletoe) and the song "The Christmas Waltz" by The Carpenters. This would run during commercial breaks around the holidays.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, December 27th 1979.
Here's a promo for "Pat Hurley's Christmas Cheer" - a special on WGN Channel 9. This guy also appeared on the Bozo show in the early to mid-eighties.
Features a young Fred Savage ("The Wonder Years").
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, December 16th 1984.
Here's an afternoon weather break on WGN Channel 9 featuring Tom Skilling.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, September 5th 1980 during the 4:30pm to 5pm timeframe.
Here's another shorter version of the goofy holiday greeting/promo featuring The Incredible Hulk running around Chicago holding a giant WGN ball (ornament?). I guess this was supposed to promo the fact that WGN was getting re-runs of the Incredible Hulk show soon.
Playing the part of the Incredible Hulk is Bob Foal.
Additional information by Mr. Joey D'Auria (Bozo #2) - "Funny story about this Hulk... His name is Bob Foal ... In the late 1970's I was working w...