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  • [90’s West: Getting Older]

    90’s West: Getting Older. Now I am Six (Christo’s Umbrellas) (Jay April, 4:08), Interview with Sam Shaffer (Judith Binder, 6:00), Bruhs & Gean, A Love Story (Esti Marpet, 5:18), Meg Carey Colors Her Hair (Tobe Carey, 2:30), Linda Burnham Goes Grey (Esti Galili Marpet, 2:21), he Phantom of North Park Place (Nancy Cain, 7:30)…

  • [Bill Veeck interim edit for Illinois Masonic]

    [Bill Veeck interim edit for Illinois Masonic]

    00:23 Open to Veeck quoting Kipling’s “The Elephant’s Child.” 1:05 Narrator Mary Frances Veeck introduces Veeck: “For 50 years Bill has dreamed up thousands of different schemes…” Brief biography of Veeck, his vocations, interests, and personality. 2:26 Title Card: “Veeck: A Man For Any Season.” 2:41 Veeck at Northern Illinois University (NIU), April 4, 1985, speaking to an audience of studen…

  • [Bill Veeck commentaries]

    [Bill Veeck commentaries]

    00:04 Color bars. 1:00 Veeck at Murphy’s. First take of Veeck’s introduction to the show. 1:57 Second take. “I’m thinking about Dallas Green and the problems he’s had this past week with drugs.” He describes the historical use of drugs with the down-trodden. Take is interrupted by the train. 2:42 Third take.”Got the pyramids built with hashish, and the peons in South America with coco leaves…&#8221…

  • [Bill Veeck with Ray Greybey]

    [Bill Veeck with Ray Greybey]

    00:07 Color bars, and audio of the production crew setting up. 00:38 Open to the middle of a conversation between Ray Grebey and Veeck on a pier. 1:25 They speculate about real estate in Chicago and whether Jerry Reinsdorf had any plans to tear down Comiskey Park to make room for condos. 2:05 Veeck uses the Sherry Hotel as an example of a failed effort in turning around a property. 2:40 They talk about the Shoreland building in Hyde Park. 3:43 U…

  • [Pieces from hour III of Five Day Bicycle Race]

    [Pieces from hour III of Five Day Bicycle Race]

    2:06 Behind the screens footage of news broadcast.  2:36 There’s discussion about how news reporter was thrown out of Rolling Stones event.  3:23 The host is introduced to Margo St James, host and Margo speaks on the Counter Convention.   4:58 Host and Margo St. James speak on political happenings surrounding the National Democratic Convention. 6:30 Margo talks about starting a platform for sexual privacy, explains the main reason for con…

  • [Chicago Slices raw: How To Be On TV]

    [Chicago Slices raw: How To Be On TV]

    00:00 A series of people are recorded on South Michigan Avenue reading a promotion for Chicago Slices. “Do you have a funny, interesting, or out of the ordinary story you’d like to tell on TV? If you do, call (312) 321-6594 and tell us about it. If we think your story works on TV, we’ll come over and videotape it for you. So dial the number, tell us your story in 30 seconds or less, you could be on Chicago Slices.” 04:45…

  • [Veeck: A Man For Any Season raw #45]

    [Veeck: A Man For Any Season raw #45]

    00:00 Opens in the middle of a conversation about baseball. 1:20 Talking about the change/rediscovery of day baseball. Discussion turns toward marketing and promotion. “Enough people on the north side to fill Wrigley Field every day…baseball has done a bad job of publicizing itself. Rather, [baseball has done a poor job at] turning what publicity they have into attendance.” Veeck gives a rough estimation of the dismal promotion…

  • [Veeck: A Man For Any Season raw #55]

    [Veeck: A Man For Any Season raw #55]

    00:06 Color bars. 1:05 Open to Wrigley Field. Interview with Steve Trout: “I don’t think there’s been anyone more influential…” 2:06 “Bill was good to my father…” 2:55 Interview with Vince Lloyd. “Bill Veeck gave me the opportunity to pitch…he is baseball.” 4:35 Harry Caray: “He’s the only owner I’ve run across who really thinks about the enjoyment of the fan&#82…


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