Kentucky Fried Chicken - "The Colonel in Chicago" (Commercial, 1977)

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Here's another commercial for Kentucky Fried Chicken with its legendary founder, Colonel Harland Sanders (the original, not an incredible simulation) in Chicago. Here, he helps an old lady with one of her packages inside a building while explaining a deal for Chicagoans relating to his restaurants ("The Colonel's Special," an under $3.50 meal which is applicable only to those which have that banner and lasts until February 20th).

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This was part of a series of Chicago-themed commercials with the Colonel; click here for another ad from this same series.

This is followed by an animated "flying 7" ID of WLS Channel 7, with voiceover (by Wayne Atkinson) promoting the 10:00pm Eyewitness News.

"Were you ever a Boy Scout?"

This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, January 15th 1977.


Date Uploaded: 02/11/2017

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Voiceover by ??

This was part of a series of Chicago-themed commercials with the Colonel; click here for another ad from this same series.

This is followed by an animated "flying 7" ID of WLS Channel 7, with voiceover (by Wayne Atkinson) promoting the 10:00pm Eyewitness News.

"Were you ever a Boy Scout?"

This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, January 15th 1977." /> Share

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Smctopia 02/12/2017 Reply

What building exactly are they in? Is that where the Potbelly is now?

ail_1999 02/12/2017 Reply

That building in the shot looks very familiar.

GHilbrich 02/14/2017 Reply

We have 6 days to use the Colonel's 9 Piece deal...just says offer good through Feb. 20th.

9 pieces of chicken for $3.50...How much are 9 pieces today? And is it even real chicken?