Tom Weinberg T.V. Retrospective From Museum

Clips for a Tom Weinberg retrospective at the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago.

01:13Copy video clip URL Title

01:32Copy video clip URL Countdown leader


01:42Copy video clip URL 1981 Wired In opening with Bill Murray.

01:57Copy video clip URL 1978 Image Union opening with Bob.

02:33Copy video clip URL 1985 Time Out opening.

03:03Copy video clip URL 1986 Once A Star opening with Jack Brickhouse.

03:48Copy video clip URL 1989 The 90’s opening.

04:25Copy video clip URL 1994 Chicago Slices opening with Studs Terkel.

05:14Copy video clip URL 1995 Radio Faces opening.

05:56Copy video clip URL 1996 Week end TV opening with Bill Clinton bowling.

07:06Copy video clip URL Black and White.

07:17Copy video clip URL 1973 Adland opening. George Lois, chairman, Lois, Holland, Callaway, New York, explains the power that comes from commercial production – “Poom! It’s like poison gas…Poom! That’s sensational. Oh yeah, that’s great.”

08:05Copy video clip URL 1975 From Comiskey Park, Tom Weinberg introduces Media Burn. This clip is most likely actually from 1977.

08:39Copy video clip URL (1975) Media Burn.

09:55Copy video clip URL 1975 It’s a Living with Studs Terkel “I admire artists” clip.

10:52Copy video clip URL 1972 Four More Years opening cutting between Nixon protesters and supporters.

11:57Copy video clip URL 1977 Who’s The Champ?

14:48Copy video clip URL Video Oldies.

14:58Copy video clip URL 1972 Leo A. Goldstein. “In 1939, I had $419 dollars in the bank. I withdrew $400, and I became a partner in a business.”

15:19Copy video clip URL 1978 Inside Spring Training with Tom Weinberg interviewing Minnie Minoso.

16:15Copy video clip URL 1974 Lord of the Universe with the Guru Maharaj Ji and Abbie Hoffman.

16:44Copy video clip URL 1976 Lanesville TV with Tom Weinberg and Nancy Cain.

Image Union.

18:25Copy video clip URL 1983 Tom Weinberg on-camera Death in the West intro.

19:06Copy video clip URL Death in the West by Thames Television.

19:24Copy video clip URL 1985 Pretty Face (commercial) by Western Australia Dept of Health.

19:53Copy video clip URL 1985 Muddy Waters by Eric Kramer.

21:08Copy video clip URL 1979 Helen Lishman for Mayor political ad spoof.

21:34Copy video clip URL 1979 “Chairs” by Nick Despota, John Mabey, and Bob Synder.

21:57Copy video clip URL 1982 Interior Design by Jane Aaron.

22:33Copy video clip URL 1971 The Murder of Fred Hampton by the Film Group.

23:15Copy video clip URL 1983 I Remember Riverview.

23:41Copy video clip URL “Dog License” by Paul Jessel and Bill Langdon. Animated. One dog eats another dog. Another dog eats that one, etc.

23:54Copy video clip URL Image Union closing with Bob.


24:19Copy video clip URL 1985 Veeck: A Man For Any Season.


29:10Copy video clip URL 1977 The Overnight Man.

32:10Copy video clip URL 1978 Vito Marzullo.

35:29Copy video clip URL 1980 Rostenkowski.

37:09Copy video clip URL 1999 The Other M.J.


40:48Copy video clip URL 1981 This is a Test opening.

41:24Copy video clip URL 1983 The Chicago Channel opening.

42:21Copy video clip URL 1997 Channel 500 promo.

TNT Shows.

44:22Copy video clip URL 1985 Once A Star with Sweetwater Clifton and Mark Fidrych.

46:13Copy video clip URL 1984 Punchline.

47:16Copy video clip URL 1986 Bozo 25th Anniversary Special opening.


49:27Copy video clip URL 1972 World’s Largest TV Studio opening.

50:15Copy video clip URL 1976 Five Day Bicycle Race opening.

51:28Copy video clip URL 1986 Daley special.

54:05Copy video clip URL 1988 Harold Washington by Diane Abt. The date is most likely 1984.

55:00Copy video clip URL 1992 The 90’s Election Special: The Primary with Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Hugh Rodham, Roger Clinton, Virgina Kelly.

59:41Copy video clip URL 1997 None of the Above with John Callaway.

The 90’s

1:01:15Copy video clip URL The 90’s promo with Paul Nadler, taxi driver, Ed Rabel in Managua, “Flying Morning Glory (on fire)”, Mozambique music video, racial discussion in Watts, mining in Kentucky, Washington DC protest, Nixon resignation, “Ike for President” ad, Laibach’s “Life is Life” music video, Jesse Weinberg, and Anna Weinberg.

After The 90’s

1:07:34Copy video clip URL Zap TV promo.

1:08:30Copy video clip URL Miller’s Pub commercial with Jim Morrissette.

1:09:01Copy video clip URL Radio Faces with Jim DeCastro, Steve Dahl, and Dick Biondi tribute.

1:10:52Copy video clip URL Chicago Slices with bike messengers, “Kennedy Women”, “The Look Alikes’, Irv Kupcinet, fishing in Jackson Park Lagoon, and “Wanda and Lilli.”

1:14:57Copy video clip URL Watch It!

1:15:30Copy video clip URL Weekend TV with tape about the murder of an 11 year-old gang member on the South Side of Chicago by Andrew Jones.

1:18:34Copy video clip URL Small World sample reel with Honduras promo.

1:20:40Copy video clip URL My Hero with Erika Becker.



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