WLS Channel 7 - Fahey Flynn Presents Seven's Greetings (Part 7, 1972)

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Here's Part 7 (the final part) of Fahey Flynn Presents: Seven's Greetings, a Christmas Eve special hosted by the legendary news anchor on WLS Channel 7. This was transferred from the original 2" quad master tape (long since trashed) onto 3/4" Umatic, from which this transfer was made. The show was recorded on Tuesday, December 19th 1972.

Includes:

Seven's Greetings bumper, with synthesized version of "Carol of the Bells" as the musical interlude

Photos of key WLS-TV personalities, including Flynn and Joel Daly, John Drury, weatherman John Coleman, sportscaster Bill Frink, Duane Dow and Charles Rowe, Bob Kennedy and Susan Peterson, Suzy Streetnoise with the puppets "Mike Raphone" and Meisterburger, Jubilee Showcase host Sid Ordower, Black on Black hosts Daddy-O-Daylie and ?, Feminine Franchise hosts Rosemarie Gulley and Shari Blair, Prize Movie host Ione (Rolnick), Passage to Adventure host Jim Stewart, Alex Karras, Olga Amigo host Frank Agraz, ?, ?, Frank Mathie(?), ?, ?, Bob Petty, ?, Hugh Hill, and ?; after which we cut to Fahey reading and then closing the "Seven's Greetings" scrapbook and saying his good nights

A zoom out of the Christmas tree, set to a rendition by the Viking Ensemble of "I'll Be Home for Christmas," as the ending credits roll:

Written and Produced by Rick Ludwin
Directed by Carl Tubbs
Technical Directors - Charles Kiser, John Macenczak
Lighting - Ray Freutel, bob Christensen
Audio - Al Engler, Roger Brunn
Video - John Rozum, Bob Cosentino
Stage Managers - Al Nehls, Larry Brooks
Tape Editors - Carl Antone, Frank Carberry, Mike Donovan, Fred Peterson
Art Director - Joseph Sparkman
Scenic Designer - John Archer
Graphics - Jim Hunley, Paul Gremmler, Carol Sapienza
Production Manager - Joseph Trimarco
Evecutive Producer - Jim Tuverson, Jr.
Fahey Flynn presents Seven's Greetings
A Presentation of WLS-TV, Chicago
Prerecorded

Dissolve to outside shot of WLS-TV entrance, followed by cut to nighttime Chicago skyline (with the Marina City tower that held the WLS transmitter which was in use from 1964 to their moving to the circularly polarized antenna at the Sears Tower in 1974) with title Seven's Greetings coming up at upper left for the final shot.

This aired on local Chicago TV late Sunday, December 24th 1972 during the 11:00pm to 12:00am timeframe.


Date Uploaded: 12/24/2013

Tags: 1970s   WLS Channel 7   Christmas Themed Material     




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Includes:

Seven's Greetings bumper, with synthesized version of "Carol of the Bells" as the musical interlude

Photos of key WLS-TV personalities, including Flynn and Joel Daly, John Drury, weatherman John Coleman, sportscaster Bill Frink, Duane Dow and Charles Rowe, Bob Kennedy and Susan Peterson, Suzy Streetnoise with the puppets "Mike Raphone" and Meisterburger, Jubilee Showcase host Sid Ordower, Black on Black hosts Daddy-O-Daylie and ?, Feminine Franchise hosts Rosemarie Gulley and Shari Blair, Prize Movie host Ione (Rolnick), Passage to Adventure host Jim Stewart, Alex Karras, Olga Amigo host Frank Agraz, ?, ?, Frank Mathie(?), ?, ?, Bob Petty, ?, Hugh Hill, and ?; after which we cut to Fahey reading and then closing the "Seven's Greetings" scrapbook and saying his good nights

A zoom out of the Christmas tree, set to a rendition by the Viking Ensemble of "I'll Be Home for Christmas," as the ending credits roll:

Written and Produced by Rick Ludwin
Directed by Carl Tubbs
Technical Directors - Charles Kiser, John Macenczak
Lighting - Ray Freutel, bob Christensen
Audio - Al Engler, Roger Brunn
Video - John Rozum, Bob Cosentino
Stage Managers - Al Nehls, Larry Brooks
Tape Editors - Carl Antone, Frank Carberry, Mike Donovan, Fred Peterson
Art Director - Joseph Sparkman
Scenic Designer - John Archer
Graphics - Jim Hunley, Paul Gremmler, Carol Sapienza
Production Manager - Joseph Trimarco
Evecutive Producer - Jim Tuverson, Jr.
Fahey Flynn presents Seven's Greetings
A Presentation of WLS-TV, Chicago
Prerecorded

Dissolve to outside shot of WLS-TV entrance, followed by cut to nighttime Chicago skyline (with the Marina City tower that held the WLS transmitter which was in use from 1964 to their moving to the circularly polarized antenna at the Sears Tower in 1974) with title Seven's Greetings coming up at upper left for the final shot.

This aired on local Chicago TV late Sunday, December 24th 1972 during the 11:00pm to 12:00am timeframe." /> Share

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