CFNY Commercials: Pizzaville


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CFNY Commercials: Pizzaville

Postby Dave Holden » Sun Jun 06, 2004 5:44 pm



Anyone got the old Pizzaville commercials?

well, uh, it was a rainy day and...

me & my 1/2 brother Raoul...

...my wife likes the hot italian sausage...

etc...?


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CFNY Commercials: Pizzaville

Postby kenf » Mon Jun 07, 2004 10:50 am

See the Link I provided near the top of the 'In The Beginning ...' thread. It's the only source I know of for classic spots from Canada; I've never seen any pizza ones yet.

Another slight possibility is within the full 45 minute air checks here. I parsed out a few items (saved as individual larger wav files to avoid doubled mp3 compression); it just adds some authentic psa's, station promos, commerical spots, and/or local event ads for the shuffled playlists.
I hate finally relaxing with an old tune then getting blasted by today's out-of-sync, over-digitally-bassed pulsed ads such as with Jackfm.
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CFNY Commercials: Pizzaville

Postby Bill McLaughlin » Tue Jun 08, 2004 1:32 am

Yeah, there are a couple of Pizzaville ads in the 45-minute air checks. I spent many hours downloading every last one of them and put them all on CD -- in .mp3 format, it was five CDs! I can't tell you where the ads are of course, but they're in there.
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CFNY Commercials: Pizzaville

Postby LUX-man » Thu Aug 05, 2004 9:02 am

I always liked those "Coffee's Hot" commercials, there were a few different styles but they didn't seem to advertise a brand or a store, just "coffee".

The ad that really brings me back to The Early Days, though, is that Cycle World spot from 1980 or 1981... "It's a feeling outside, the sun shining down on your head. Riding two wheels you know how it feels, catching the ride of your life... at Cycle World".
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CFNY Commercials: Pizzaville

Postby LUX-man » Thu Aug 05, 2004 9:05 am

In the mid-'80s there was a guy who would read short ads in the commercial breaks, and every single time he would stumble over a word or otherwise make an error. I think his name was Mike? All part of the Charm that was 'NY :o)
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CFNY Commercials: Pizzaville

Postby Anonymous » Fri Oct 29, 2004 11:54 pm

Any one want free sex, oh I mean 3 6 with raoul
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Postby SMoKaLoTaPoT » Sun Mar 05, 2006 12:40 am

What ever became of Mr. beamish? :?


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