August 26, 2011: The Infidel

I added 17 more ads today, all from early March, 1962. There are eight in the Channel 11 gallery, all for movies on The Big Show, Night Owl Theater, Hollwood Spectacular and Sunday Movietime. There's a Thursday, 3/1/62 ad for "Come to the Stable" (Loretta Young) and "Yellow Sky" (Gregory Peck), a Friday, 3/2/62 ad for "Rebel Without a Cause" (James Dean) and a Saturday, 3/3/62 ad for "Down to the Sea in Ships" (Richard Widmark). Next is a Sunday, 3/4/62 ad for "The Deerslayer" (Lex Barker), a Monday, 3/5/62 ad for "Dracula" (Bela Lugosi) and "Kronos" and a Tuesday, 3/6/62 ad for "Shoot First" (Joel McCrea) and "Tarzan Escapes" (Johnny Weissmuller). There's also a Wednesday, 3/7/62 ad for "Crossfire" (Robert Young, Robert Mitchum) and "Huk" and a Thursday, 3/8/62 ad for "Road to Zanzibar" (Bob Hope, Bing Crosby) and "Gunga Din." There's one more in the News/Special Reports Ads gallery, a Thursday, 3/8/62 ad for Series One "The Infidel," a report on alcoholism in Toledo. There are five in the the Channel 13 gallery. There's a Thursday, 3/1/62 ad for Deadline (Jim Uebelhart) and ABC show King of Diamonds "Uncivil Servant" (Broderick Crawford) and a Friday, 3/2/62 ad for Sports Camera with Frank Venner. There are two ads for movies on Matinee Theater and Weekend Spectacular, a Saturday, 3/3/62 ad for "Red River" (John Wayne, Montgomery Clift) and "Strange Cargo" (Clark Gable) and a Sunday, 3/4/62 ad for "Chain Lightning" (Humphrey Bogart, Eleanor Parker) and "Ziegfield Follies" (Fred Astaire). There's also a 3/6/62 ad for Deadline / ABC Evening Report and ABC show The New Breed "The Torch." There are two more in the Channel 13 News gallery, a Sunday, 3/4/62 ad for Deadline (David Drury, Jim Uebelhart) and a Monday, 3/5/62 ad for The Local Scene (Jim Rudes) and Weather-in-the-Weather (Frank Venner). Today's last ad is in the Radio Station Ads gallery. It's a Saturday, 3/3/62 ad for an interview of John Glenn by Oscar Huff, Hilton Murphy and Orris Tabner, on WTOL-AM 1230. More vintage ads from the online archives of The Toledo Blade are on the way...