September 28, 2014: It Will Captivate You

 

There are nine more ads today, all from September 1995, plus four more Random Pages gallery additions from pages of The Blade, starting with two Saturday, 9/2/95 stories. There's a Religion Section story by Rebekah Scott, "TV Sermons Axed by New Station Owner." Throughout the original printed story "WTVG" was incorrectly referred to as "WGTE." I corrected it in this image. Next is a Page 15 story by Barbara Horwitz, "2 Volleyballers Learn Naked Truth," about a Kiss-FM promotion. There are two Peach Section stories by Christopher Borrelli, too. There's a Monday, 9/4/95 story, "Youths Get 'Zoo Today' Host Duties" which also includes three other items, and a Friday, 9/8/95 story, "WXKR Drops Boss Who Fired Morning Team." You may also want to check this Friday, 7/7/95 story. There are eight additions to the Buckeye CableSystem gallery starting with a Friday, 9/1/95 ad for The Concert for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on HBO. Next is a Saturday, 9/2/95 ad for an ABC/ESPN college football game (Arizona State at Washington) on Impulse pay-per-view. There are two ads for A&E's Biography, a Sunday, 9/3/95 full-page TV Week ad for A&E's Biography Marathon A to Z. Included were biographies of Elvis Presley and Martin Luther King. It's followed by a Tuesday, 9/5/95 ad for Tony Bennett's Biography. You'll also find a Wednesday, 9/6/95 ad for TNN's Wildhorse Saloon, a Friday, 9/8/95 ad (It will captivate you), and a Saturday, 9/9/95 ad for The Miller Genuine 400, on TBS. And there's a Sunday, 9/10/95 full-page TV Week ad, another "It will captivate you" ad. Today's last two ads are additions to the ToledoVision 5 gallery, both full-page ads for The WB. There's a Friday, 9/8/95 ad for a special preview of Kids WB programs, Animaniacs, The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries, Pinky and the Brain, Freakazoid, Earthworm Jim, and That's Warner Brothers. There's also a Sunday, 9/10/95 TV Week ad, in color, for their prime-time Sunday shows, Pinky & the Brain, Sister Sister, Kirk, Simon, Cleghorne!, and 1st Time Out. More September 1995 ads, from the online archives of The Toledo Blade are on the way...