BILL CRIDER'S POP CULTURE MAGAZINE
I remember 'em all! And I believe I actually used all of them at one time or another.
One of the neatest nostalgia items ever on your blog.Art Scott
Surely SOME of our kids have or will watch old movies--color ones, at least--and hear all of these sounds.
Thanks for the memories ...
I remember them all, although in Canada the sign-off was a bit different, and it changed over the years. When I was young you'd get an announcement of the end of the broadcast day, followed by the playing of "Oh Canada" (in English where I lived) and "God Save The Queen." In later years they dispensed with "God Save The Queen) and a bilingual version of "Oh Canada" with the current lyrics was used.
I knew them all, except for the wavelength on turning on the TV.I learned to type on a manual SELECTRIC; my parents have brewed with a percolator; we owned and sometimes use a record player that stacks as a changer; I've had a needle stuck on a 12" record. :)