WFLD Channel 32 - Super Cartoon Sunrise - Popeye Hour (Partial Break #2, 1979?)

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Here's a partial commercial break for the Super Cartoon Sunrise Popeye Hour on WFLD Channel 32. Includes:

Ending of the Popeye short "The Mighty Navy"

WFLD Super Cartoon Sunrise - Popeye Hour bumper with theme song snippet (a jazzy, funky, disco-fied, Hammond B3 organ-heavy instrumental arrangement (with a bank of trumpets at the end) of "Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here". (anyone know where it came from or who played on it?)

Commercial: Micronauts Rocket Tubes by Mego

Commercial: Dolly Pops Poptown by Knickerbocker

Commercial: Mickey Mouse Roller Coaster and Mickey Mouse Turn Over Choo-Choo

Commercial: Bristle Blocks by Playskool (incomplete - cut off at end)

Note - despite both containing the same partial Bristle Blocks commercial, this break excerpt is not from the same break as this one. They are from two different breaks, although likely from the same episode of Popeye Hour.

Not sure when this aired exactly, but 1979 seems like a good bet, although technically it could have been early 1980 too.


Date Uploaded: 10/12/2007

Tags: 1970s   WFLD Channel 32   Super Cartoon Sunrise   Kids' Stuff     




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WFLD Super Cartoon Sunrise - Popeye Hour bumper with theme song snippet (a jazzy, funky, disco-fied, Hammond B3 organ-heavy instrumental arrangement (with a bank of trumpets at the end) of "Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here". (anyone know where it came from or who played on it?)

Commercial: Micronauts Rocket Tubes by Mego

Commercial: Dolly Pops Poptown by Knickerbocker

Commercial: Mickey Mouse Roller Coaster and Mickey Mouse Turn Over Choo-Choo

Commercial: Bristle Blocks by Playskool (incomplete - cut off at end)

Note - despite both containing the same partial Bristle Blocks commercial, this break excerpt is not from the same break as this one. They are from two different breaks, although likely from the same episode of Popeye Hour.

Not sure when this aired exactly, but 1979 seems like a good bet, although technically it could have been early 1980 too." /> Share

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