March 26, 2011: Susan Slept Here

I added twenty more ads today, all from October 1964. There are nine in the Channel 11 gallery, all for movies on The 1:00 Movie, The Big Show, Night Owl Theater, Thursday Night at the Movies, Hollywood Spectacular and The Sunday Show. There's a Thursday, 10/15/64 ad for "The Wild North" (Stewart Granger), a Friday, 10/16/64 ad for "The Doctor and the Girl" (Glenn Ford, Janet Leugh) and a Saturday, 10/17/64 ad for "April in Paris" (Doris Day, Ray Bolger). There's also a Sunday, 10/18/64 ad for "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" (Bing Crosby), a Tuesday, 10/20/64 ad for "Wee Willie Winkie" (Shirley Temple) and a Wednesday, 10/21/64 ad for "All Ashore" (Mickey Rooney). Next is a Friday, 10/23/64 ad for "People Will Talk" (Cary Grant), a Sunday, 10/25/64 ad for "Blowing Wild" (Gary Cooper) and a Monday, 10/26/64 ad for "Crash Landing" (Gary Merrill). There are nine more in the the Channel 13 gallery. There are two Sunday, 10/18/64 ads, one for the Toledo Orchestra Junior Concert special (narrator David Drury, conductor Serge Fournier) and one for The Mike Douglas Show (Ellie Frankel, co-host Johnny Desmond, Denise Durcel, George Jessel). There are two more Sunday, 10/25/64 ads, another one for The Mike Douglas Show (co-host Dorothy Louden, Roger Smith, Jim Moran) and one for Divorce Court (Voltaire Perkins). There are five more ads for movies on Movietime 13, The Saturday Night Movie and The Friday Night Movie. There's a Thursday, 10/15/64 ad for "Commanche Station" (Randolph Scott), a Saturday, 10/17/64 ad for "Once Upon a Honeymoon" (Cary Grant) and a Tuesday, 10/20/64 ad for "Five Guns West." Next is a Wednesday, 10/21/64 ad for "Spaceways" (Eva Bartok, Howard Duff), and a Friday, 10/23/64 ad for "Susan Slept Here" (Debbie Reynolds). The last two of today's ads are in the Other Vintage ads gallery. The first one is a Wednesday, 10/21/64 ad for a Kaiser Jeep 1965 models preview and the second one is a Thursday, 10/22/64 ad for Hillbilly Bread. More vintage ads from the online archives of The Toledo Blade are on the way...