June 2, 2010: The Man. The Legend.

You'll find 19 additional ads today from September and October 1987. There's one Cinema 36 Primetime ad in the Channel 36 gallery for "The Osterman Weekend" (Burt Lancaster) and there are five ads in the ABC gallery. One is a full-page ad with a TV Guide close-up description for The Blessings of Liberty, one of two ads I uploaded for specials celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Constitutional Convention. Also in the ABC gallery are ads for the Max Headroom second season premiere episode "Academy" (Matt Frewer, Amanda Pays), the tenth season premiere of 20/20 (Hugh Downs, Barbara Walters), the Full House series premiere episode "Our Very First Show" (David Coulier, John Stamos, Bob Saget) and the series premiere of The 'Slap' Maxwell Story (Dabney Coleman). The CBS gallery has seven ads, one for We the People 200: The Constitutional Gala which shares the same full-page close-up description as the above ABC special, one for the 2-hour premiere of Wiseguy (Ken Wahl), one for the CBS Fall '87 Saturday Morning shows, one for the Beauty and the Beast series premiere ''Once Upon a Time in the City of New York" (Linda Hamilton), one for the first of five CBS Gunsmoke movies "Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge" (James Arness, Amanda Blake), one for the Jake and the Fatman series premiere episode "Happy Days are Here Again" and one for the My Sister Sam second season premiere episode "Goodbye Steve" (Pam DawberRebecca Shaeffer). The NBC gallery has three ads, a full-page ad for The Golden Girls third season premiere episode "Old Friends" (Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClannahan, Estelle Getty) which also served as an ad for The Miss America Pageant, shown later that night, one for two Thursday shows, The Cosby Show third season premiere episode "Call of the Wild" (Bill Cosby, Keeshia Knight Pulliam) and the A Different World series premiere episode "Reconcilable Differences" (Lisa Bonet) and one for two more Thursday shows, the Cheers sixth season premiere episode "Home is the Sailor" (Kirstie Alley, Woody Harrelson, Ted Danson) and the Night Court episode "Her Honor" (Markie Post, Richard Moll, Harry Anderson) which was the conclusion of a four-part episode. The TBS gallery has three ads, one for the Laverne & Shirley episode "How Do You Say 'Are You Dead' in German?" (Cindy Williams, Penny Marshall), one for the colorized version of "The Prince and the Pauper" (Errol Flynn) and one for "Good Guys Wear Black" (Chuck Norris) which also lists the 8:05 PM movies for the rest of the week. I also changed the tag on a 1978 Dallas ad  for the pilot episode (in the CBS gallery) which was mislabeled. More October 1987 ads are on the way...