The complete show, exactly as broadcast April 25, 1948 (and side 2) February 12, 1950. Description: 1 audiocassette (approximately 60 min.). Contents: The complete show, exactly as broadcast April 25, 1948 --The complete show, exactly as broadcast Feb. 12, 1950. Series Title: Radio classics on cassette. Other Titles: Jack Benny program (Radio.
The Jack Benny Program, starring Jack Benny, is a radio-TV comedy series that ran for more than three decades and is generally regarded as a high-water mark in 20th-century American comedy. Cast. Jack Benny - played himself. Protagonist of the show, Benny is a comic, vain, penny-pinching miser, insisting on remaining 39 years old on stage despite his actual age, and often playing the violin.
Jack Benny (1894-1974). It is a measure of how beloved Jack Benny is that 50 years after his last regular radio show (in a career that spanned 1932-1955 in radio alone), anonymous fans have made available on Internet nearly 400 MP3 files of his radio shows.The Jack Benny Program, which starred no less than Jack Benny himself, was a comedy series than went on-air for more than 30 years in both radio and television. It premiered on NBC Blue on May 2, 1932, and had its last episode on CBS radio on May 22, 1955, producing a total of 931 episodes. The TV adaptation, which was just a continuation of the radio program, was aired from 1950 to 1965.A master of comic timing and an innovative producer, Benny, with his radio writers, developed a weekly situation comedy to meet radio’s endless need for new material, at the same time integrating advertising into the show’s humor. Through the character of the vain, cheap everyman, Benny created a fall guy, whose frustrated struggles with his employees addressed midcentury America’s.
Jack Benny, entertainer whose unusual comedic method and expert timing made him a legendary success in U.S. radio and television for more than 30 years. He also appeared in 19 films between 1927 and 1945. Learn more about Benny’s life and career in this article.Read More
Jack was on the air non-stop as radio’s biggest star for the next twenty-three years and when he left radio in 1955 it was because he was now focusing on television. His TV show is still one of the most important models for today’s sitcom structure and approach. He opened and closed the show each week with a monologue delivered to the audience. The Seinfeld Show probably thought it was.Read More
OTR usually means radio broadcasting from the golden age of radio, mostly before 1964.These shows from the pre-television age include adventure, comedies, mystery shows, western dramas and shows from World War II. These programs feature the best talent of the day and were broadcast nearly as widely as cable programs today. And just like TV today, families would gather around their crystal.Read More
Radio Show: Jack Benny Back to episodes. Press play to start the media. Click Here To View A List of all the Shows That You Listened To. bring the exciting world of Old Time Radio to a whole new generation of listeners using the new technology of the Internet. We are not trying to deprive the original creators of any money due to them, and we will remove any recording from our site that is.Read More
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Jack Benny at the Detroit Fox Was it coincidence or astute scheduling that Bill Bragg's Yesterday USA internet radio station has been playing a 1948 Jack Benny show from the Fox Theater in Detroit? The great days of network radio, Detroit, General Motors, a great star and the fabulous Fox. Enough nostalgia to give an old guy a major jolt. Thanks to some investors who poured millions into its.Read More
A guide to Jack Benny, the 1968 BBC Two TV stand-up. Special recorded at the Talk of the Town nightclub in London.Read More
See the weekly schedule for Radio Classics. Get show times for all your favorites including Columbia Corwin Presents, When Radio Was, The Jack Benny Show and more.Read More
He worked with Benny Goodman, Adrian Rollini, the Dorsey Brothers, Bing Crosby, Bix Beiderbecke, Jack Teagarden, Frank Signorelli, the Boswell Sisters, and most of the other important white jazz and semi-jazz figures of the late 1920s and early 1930s. However, following Lang's death in 1933, Venuti's career began to wane, though he continued performing through the 1930s, recording a series of.Read More