WLS Channel 7 - AM Chicago - "Hoffman & Ski Show" (Part 3, 1978)

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Here's Part 3 of an (incomplete) episode of AM Chicago on WLS Channel 7. Includes:

Sandi Freeman continuing with Nicholas von Hoffman, author of Make Believe Presidents: Illusions of Power from McKinley to Carter. In this part, they start off on John F. Kennedy whom Mr. von Hoffman considers "not important" from an historical standpoint, and the scandals associated with presidents of the past such as Warren G. Harding, and go on to discuss the Carter family, presidential wives and Joan Rivers' comments about First Daughter Amy Carter before winding down, after which Sandi signals for another commercial break with another shot of the ski show and bumper (with no lower-third text and only the show title on the top).

Promo for Eyewitness News Close-Up at 10pm (typeset in Impact font), dealing with "Chicago's Favorite Jobs," and in particular that of football linebacker Doug Buffone of the Chicago Bears, as part of a recurring "Gee, I'd Like That Job" feature (voiceover by Frank Mathie)

Commercial: Campbell's new Noodles & Broth Soup - "It's the Noodles - and the Broth"

Commercial: Victoria Station restaurant, with shots of prime ribs, sauteed shrimp and salad - "It's a Cut Above" (ending voiceover by Fred Kasper)

Commercial: Fresh Horizons White & Wheat Bread - showing how two slices have fewer calories than plain low-fat yogurt or gelatin, and as much crude fiber as bran cereal or celery - "We Add Fiber and Take Out Calories"

This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, October 19th 1978.


Date Uploaded: 05/11/2012

Tags: 1970s   WLS Channel 7   AM Chicago     




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Promo for Eyewitness News Close-Up at 10pm (typeset in Impact font), dealing with "Chicago's Favorite Jobs," and in particular that of football linebacker Doug Buffone of the Chicago Bears, as part of a recurring "Gee, I'd Like That Job" feature (voiceover by Frank Mathie)

Commercial: Campbell's new Noodles & Broth Soup - "It's the Noodles - and the Broth"

Commercial: Victoria Station restaurant, with shots of prime ribs, sauteed shrimp and salad - "It's a Cut Above" (ending voiceover by Fred Kasper)

Commercial: Fresh Horizons White & Wheat Bread - showing how two slices have fewer calories than plain low-fat yogurt or gelatin, and as much crude fiber as bran cereal or celery - "We Add Fiber and Take Out Calories"

This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, October 19th 1978." /> Share

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