July 20, 2012: All the Best / The Hot Ones

 

I added 14 more September 1976 ads today, all from pages of The Blade. There are five additions to the Channel 11 gallery, including a 9/21/76 ad for Tuesday night shows, The Brady Bunch (also included in the other four ads), The Price is Right (Dennis James) and CBS prime time shows, The Tony Orlando and Dawn Rainbow Hour, M*A*S*H, “Bug Out” and Switch, “The Pirates of Tin Pan Alley.” Next is a 9/22/76 ad for Wednesday night show $100,000 Name That Tune (Tom Kennedy) and CBS prime time shows, Good Times, “The Big Move” (part one), Ball Four, “Rookie in Love,” All in the Family “Archie's Brief Encounter” (parts one and two of three) and The Blue Knight, “Bullseye.” There's also a 9/23/76 ad for Thursday night show Wild Kingdom (Marlin Perkins) and CBS prime time shows, Peanuts “You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown,” The Waltons “The First Edition” and coverage of the first Carter-Ford Presidential debate. Next is a 9/24/76 ad for Friday night show My Three Sons and CBS prime time shows, Spencer's Pilots, “The Prisoner” and “Magnum Force” on The CBS Friday Night Movies (Clint Eastwood) and there's another one, a 9/30/76 ad for Thursday night shows, including The Waltons, “The Vigil” and a two-hou Hawaii Five-O episode, “Nine Dragons” (Jack Lord). There are seven additions to the Channel 13 gallery, including a 9/20/76 ad for Monday night shows, Adam-12 (also included in four of the other ads), The $128,000 Question (Mike Darrow) and NBC prime time shows, “Airport '75 (Charlton Heston) and Van Dyke & Company (Chevy Chase, Flip Wilson). Next is a 9/21/76 ad for NBC Tuesday night shows, Baa Baa Black Sheep, “Flying Misfits” (Robert Conrad), Police Story, “Payment Deferred,” and also for TV13 Nightly News (Roger Weber, Nanci Riley, Gordon Ward, Frank Gilhooley). There's a 9/22/76 ad for Wednesday night show, Hollywood Squares (Peter Marshall) and NBC prime time shows “The Million Dollar Rip-off” on The NBC Movie of the Week (Freddie Prinze) and a 90-minute episode of The Quest, “The Captive” ( (Kurt Russell, Tim Matheson). Next is a 9/24/76 ad for Friday night show, Hogan's Heroes and NBC prime time shows, Sanford and Son, “The Hawaiian Connection” (parts one and two of three), The Rockford Files, “The Fourth Man” (James Garner) and Serpico, “Country Boy” (David Birney). There's also a 9/27/76 ad, for Monday night shows including NBC prime time shows Little House on the Prairie, “The Collection” and the NBC World Premiere Movie, “Dawn—Portrait of a Teenage Runaway” (Eve Plumb) and there's a 9/28/76 ad for NBC Tuesday night shows, Baa Baa Black Sheep, “Best Three Out of Five” and a special two-hour Police Woman episode, “The Trick Book,” and also for TV 13 Nightly News (Gordon Ward, Frank Gilhooley, Roger Weber, Nanci Riley). The last of today's channel 13 ads is a 9/30/76 ad for Thursday night's Ohio Lottery Show (Don Webster) and NBC prime time shows, Gemini Man “ Minotaur” and the premiere of the mini-series, “Captains and the Kings.” There's one addition to the Buckeye Cablevision gallery, a Monday, 9/20/76 ad (The CableSystem works as you FM antenna) and there's one addition to the Buckeye Channel 5 gallery, a Wednesday, 9/22/76 ad for Ecunews. October 1976 ads from the online archives of The Toledo Blade, are on the way...