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38 years ago today, this aired!
Here's the ending moments and a full commercial break from the long-running series Garfield Goose And Friends on WGN Channel 9, hosted by Frazier Thomas. This is significant as it is the only known color off-air recorded footage from the show yet found!
This was recorded at Ridgewood High School in Norridge (by whom, has been lost to time but we've narrowed it down to about four adults) on 3/4" U-matic videotape usin...
Here's some rare footage from another long-lost local movie show - "The Money Movie" on WSNS TV-44! The movie presented on this day was "China Gate". TMM was similar in concept to Dialing for Dollars. Viewers (mostly lonely housewives and old people from what it sounds like) would send in post cards with their name and phone number, and the host would call them live on the air during the movie breaks to see if they could answer some trivia questions. They answered an easy preliminary questi...
Here's another segment from Screaming Yellow Theater - the original Svengoolie, which aired on WFLD Channel 32 from 1970-1973. Svengoolie was played by Jerry G. Bishop. By this point, if the clapboard is of any indication, the SYT title had been eschewed in favor of Svengoolie.
This closing segment is from Show #59 (according to the clapboard). However, there is no recording date.
This segment starts off with Svengoolie in his uprig...
Here are some partial excerpts of WBBM Channel 2's 1978/1979 edition of New Year's Eve: Chicago Style, with Chuck Berry ripping it up on the stage at the Park West (322 West Armitage Avenue). Featuring Henny Youngman and Bob Sirott at the aforementioned venue, and Bob Wallace at Arnie's. Includes:
Henny and Bob Sirott inquiring as to what Chuck is to play, and the rock 'n' roll pioneer rambling on about his suit and how "I wanna rock!", before he starts on a long versi...
Here's a commercial break from The 3:00 Movie presentation of "Escape from the Planet of the Apes" (1971) on WLS Channel 7. Includes:
The 3:00 Movie animated bumper (with section of bridge from "Skippin' " by Ramsey Lewis)
Commercial: McDonald's "Play and Win" promotion for the Atari "Scratch & Win" cards - expires October 22nd 1982 (or as long as supplies last)
Commercial: American Business Institute Chicago - featuring personnel ...
Here's Part 3 (final part) of an episode of Romper Room and Friends (Syndicated Version) which aired on WPWR Channel 50. Features Miss Molly McCloskey, Kimble, Up-Up, Granny Cat, Do Bee, (Hmm..) and all the other weird characters. Includes:
Paddington Bear short (Part 2)
(Unknown Credit - cut off by wipe effect)
Music - David Spangler
Here's Part 3 of Midwest Sports Special - "Inside the World of Hockey with the Chicago Blackhawks," hosted by Frank Sweeney, as aired on WBKB (now WLS) Channel 7. This was transferred from the original film, and thus has no commercials. Featured in this part is the team's coach Billy Reay, with demonstrations by players Bobby Hull, Bill Hay, Elmer "Moose" Vasko, Phil Esposito, Matt Ravlich, Glenn Hall, John Brenneman, Fred Stanfield, Stan Mikita, Eric Nesterenko and Wayne Hillman. I...
Here's Part 4, the last part, of a partial episode of AM Chicago starring Oprah Winfrey as host. This episode features Harry Belafonte talking about his involvement with the movie "Beat Street" (released earlier in the month) and featuring some of Chicago's most talented break dancers. Includes:
The "Break Motion" breakdancing group.
Commercial: Thorn Apple Valley hot dogs
Commercial: Pay Day from the Illinois State Lottery - "Play it Now"
Here's Part 1 of a local music show, Made in Chicago, on WTTW Channel 11. This program (which was also simulcast on WBBM-FM 96.3) was a predecessor to Soundstage which was also produced by the station and aired nationally over PBS. The guests on this (re-run airing) edition were Aliotta-Haynes-Jeremiah (bassist Mitch Aliotta, guitarist Skip Haynes and pianist John Jeremiah) and Bill Quateman.
Note: As with other things we've found, this is actually quite ra...