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Tony Harden

Zep Promo Poster On TV Show WKRP In Cincinnati

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Some years ago I was watching a rerun of that old TV Show WKRP In Cincinnati and there was a type of Led Zeppelin promo poster in the background.  As I have said, it was many years ago that I saw this episode and it was already a rerun the first time I saw it.

The scene in question had Dr. Johnny Fever in the control room and there was a poster on the door and it had pics of the album covers Led Zeppelin I - ITTOD.  I couldn't read anything that the poster said and man I tried hard to.  I don't see the best but I had my face literally up against the TV screen trying to read that thing.

Does anybody know anything about this poster.  It just sounds like some kind of promo item to me.

I know they could have made something up for the show but I just doubt that they would have gone through that much trouble.

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Stryder1978 said:

MMMMMM....BAILEY!

Bailey was hot!

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7 hours ago, Stryder1978 said:

MMMMMM....BAILEY!

 

5 minutes ago, Strider said:

Bailey was hot!

Loved Bailey... sooo fine!

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On ‎3‎/‎25‎/‎2018 at 6:54 PM, zeplz71 said:

posted here:

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This wasn't the one that I was talking about but thanks for posting this.  Very interesting.

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Posted (edited)

Is this the one? 

Never mind. This one is from the mid 80s (for CDs). 

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Edited by reids

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Yes, it's absolutely consensus among LZ fans: Bailey was hot! :wub: 

Amazing was her effect on me since I hadn't fully enjoyed puberty yet...Lynda Carter did the same thing, as did Connie Selleca - I watched a lot of TV in the 70s... :rolleyes:

 

OK - back to LZ and WKRP in Cincinnati. :D

 

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Bailey was SMOKIN!!!! 

70's ladies were the sexiest. Kate Jackson, Pam Grier, Erin Gray, and Joyce DeWitt. HUBBA HUBBA!!!

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Erin Gray!!! The only thing that made Buck Rogers tolerable!!!:wub: Getting back on topic (sorta) it sucks that they had to replace all the incidental background music because of financial ramifications when they released the show on DVD....

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Zep Head that is not quite the poster that I saw but it was close.  It was a collage like the one you showed but it was actual album covers, as opposed to CD covers, and it was I - ITTOD.  It was 3 rows as was that one and it started with I in the top left and ITTOD on the bottom right.

 

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On ‎3‎/‎29‎/‎2018 at 1:34 PM, sam_webmaster said:

I believe it was this one:

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1980 promo poster

 

 

YEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSS!!!!!  Thank your sir so much!  This was it!  This was indeed the poster.  Sam, thank you.

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WKRP Season 2 episode 12 “Sparky” about Sparky Anderson hosting a sports talk show. 

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1 hour ago, reids said:

WKRP Season 2 episode 12 “Sparky” about Sparky Anderson hosting a sports talk show. 

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must watch again :)

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WKRP Dvd box set is available online for those that don’t have MeTV.

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This thread topic coincides with another matter of importance. Funny how something completely random can point the way to solving some of life's mysteries.

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