WMAQ Channel 5 - Sword of Justice - "Port of Entry" (Opening & Break, 1979)

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Here's the opening and first commercial break for the next-to-last presentation of the short-lived series, Sword of Justice, on WMAQ Channel 5; this episode, "Port of Entry," was originally telecast on December 24th 1978.

The series - one of several offerings over the years from Glen A. Larson (a former member of the 1950's and '60's singing group The Four Preps) - starred Dack Rambo as Jack Cole, an avenger a la Zorro only without the mask, and co-starred Alex Courtney as Arthur Woods.

Includes:

Animated futurized station ID with PSA advising people to save gas and obey speed limits (voiceover by Ed Grennan)

NBC network bumper

Series opening title sequence

Commercial: New Silkience Self-Adjusting Conditioner, with simulated scanner photography to show how three women's hair, depending on how styled, is made silkier (voiceover by ??) - "The Science of Silkier Hair - And That's Not Greasy Kid Stuff"

Commercial: Instant Nestea 100% Tea - for when your taste buds feel a little thirsty - (C) 1979 Nestle Company

Opening moments of episode, with episode title followed by cast and crew credits (set in Impact):

Guest Stars - Trish Stewart, Robert Hogan, Richard McKenzie, Timothy Agoglia Carey
Special Guest Star - William Prince
Supervising Producer - Michael Sloan
Produced by Christopher Crowe and Joe Boston
Created by Glen A. Larson & Michael Gleason
Written by Christopher Crowe
Directed by Winrich Kolbe

This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, August 4th 1979 between 9:00pm and 9:03pm.





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The series - one of several offerings over the years from Glen A. Larson (a former member of the 1950's and '60's singing group The Four Preps) - starred Dack Rambo as Jack Cole, an avenger a la Zorro only without the mask, and co-starred Alex Courtney as Arthur Woods.

Includes:

Animated futurized station ID with PSA advising people to save gas and obey speed limits (voiceover by Ed Grennan)

NBC network bumper

Series opening title sequence

Commercial: New Silkience Self-Adjusting Conditioner, with simulated scanner photography to show how three women's hair, depending on how styled, is made silkier (voiceover by ??) - "The Science of Silkier Hair - And That's Not Greasy Kid Stuff"

Commercial: Instant Nestea 100% Tea - for when your taste buds feel a little thirsty - (C) 1979 Nestle Company

Opening moments of episode, with episode title followed by cast and crew credits (set in Impact):

Guest Stars - Trish Stewart, Robert Hogan, Richard McKenzie, Timothy Agoglia Carey
Special Guest Star - William Prince
Supervising Producer - Michael Sloan
Produced by Christopher Crowe and Joe Boston
Created by Glen A. Larson & Michael Gleason
Written by Christopher Crowe
Directed by Winrich Kolbe

This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, August 4th 1979 between 9:00pm and 9:03pm." /> Share

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