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Friday, October 24th, 2014 30 Years Ago Today
Here's the closing from the Chicago WFLD Channel 32 broadcast of PM Magazine hosted by Susan Boller and Dave Saint and directed by Don Shannon on October 25, 1984 from Naper Settlement in Naperville, Illinois. The site is open to tour groups year round, but it closes for individuals in early November. FuzzyMemories.TV forum member Szake has been to Naper Settlement several times. This clip also includes a commercial for Oldsmobile by the Gallant Men of Olds and a snippet of Burlington Coat Factory commercial.
WFLD Channel 32 - PM Magazine (Closing, 1984)
Here's the closing from the Chicago WFLD Channel 32 broadcast of PM Magazine on October 25th, 1984. Hosted by Susan Boller and Dave Saint.
Darn, I was hoping the Burlington Coat Factory commercial wasn't cut off. I'm pretty sure that might have been the one with the overwhelmed woman saying "I've never seen this many coats before... yeah!" Comment posted by Ray on Monday, February 18th 2008 at 2:59am.
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I actually picked up two tapes at a flea market last weekend. One of the tapes had a CBC Newfoundland sign-off from 1993 that ran after the 1937 British film Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel, and on the other, the Season 11 premiere of Dallas from 9/25/1987. Both tapes contained some soap operas, one of which whose intro can be found here.
I'll be posting some more of the stuff from those two tapes over the next few days.
About 2 years ago, my brother and I was on our way to the park and I saw boxes and boxes of videos, and my brother and I agreed to get almost all of them. Unfortunately, due to my strength, I didn't carry a lot, so I grabbed like 2 boxes and some videos are quite interesting I tell you. I'am still waiting to deliver these to you because if I wait, not only they'll rot but worried that these will be in the dumpster like my mom did but retrieved by me thank god.