Dec. 31, 2009: A is for Atom, B is for Bomb

You'll find 21 additional ads today from November and December 1979 and January and February 1980. In the channel 7 gallery there are two more for Match Game PM, one with Susan Richardson of Eight is Enough and one with Richard Paul of One in a Million. There are also ads for "Ice Station Zebra" (2 ads with Ernest Borgnine and Rock Hudson), "The Cheyenne Social Club" (James Stewart, Shirley Jones & Henry Fonda), "Dirty Harry" (Clint Eastwood) and "Soylent Green" (Charleton Heston). The channel 11 gallery has ads for "Buck and the Preacher," "Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry" (Susan George & Peter Fonda), "You Can't Win 'em All" (Charles Bronson), "Inspector Clouseau" (Alan Arkin) and "A Woman's Vengeance" (Jessica Tandy) all on The Big Show and "How to Steal a Million" (Audrey Hepburn & Peter O'Toole) on The Late Show. The channel 50 gallery has ads for two Red Wings games, one against Toronto and one against Hartford (Gordie Howe returns) and the channel 50 movie gallery has one for "I'd Rather be Rich" (Robert Goulet & Sandra Dee). The ABC gallery has one for 20/20 with a 21-year-old Michael Jackson, the CBS gallery has one for the premiere of Knot's Landing and one for their Sunday night shows Archie Bunker's Place, One Day at a Time, Alice and The Jeffersons and the PBS gallery has one for Nova: A is for Atom, B is for Bomb (a profile of Dr. Edward Teller, father of the H-Bomb. There's also one in the Other Vintage Ads gallery for Mr. Bill T-Shirts. More ads from February 1980 are on the way...