This Youtube channel has a whole heap of Christmas tapes from the 1990s:
I’ve had a good chuckle at the goof tapes that are on that channel, but I can’t help thinking that the footage of the staff acting up in those tapes and some of the footage shown would these days see said people marched into HR to explain themselves and then possibly be dismissed. Yes a very different era back then.
Didn’t Seven air a “Greatest Bloopers” type show in the late 1990’s? A local version and an American one?
From memory, the Australian version was hosted by Belinda Emmett. Did Andrew Daddo ever host the “Bloopers Show” or just “best Commercials”?
The US version was hosted by Dick Clark.
A clip/song from Ten Capital Canberra’s 1996 Christmas tape. Found it at random a while ago while doing Ten Capital News logo research, thought you guys would like it:
Actually, I have a real issue with these tapes being placed on YouTube and the like. I know we live in a different age now, but these tapes were made for the entertainment of the staff at a closed event - usually the staff Christmas party, and the people who appear, whether celebrity or other employee did so in the knowledge that it was for station staff only. Home video copies were made by some, but there was always the understanding that they were never to be available to the wider public, especially the media. Unfortunately over the years this protocol has been abandoned. I’m not overly worried about the ones I’m in, but I know some who aren’t too pleased, and there can be professional ramifications and reputation issues for some.
Good point. Whilst the Peter Russell-Clarke blooper reel introduced him to a new generation (who’ve probably already forgotten him) I can see how it would have had an impact on his original Come and Get It audience or those who remembered him from the egg and dairy ads.
Or his cheese and orange ads…
Cheese was part of the dairy deal. I don’t recall oranges