All Jack Benny Episodes

Early 1930s

May 2, 1932 – First Professional Appearance

Spring 1933 – Best of Year 1

February 11, 1934 – Miniature Women

February 18, 1934 – Don’t Live Right

February 25, 1934 – My Life As a Floorwalker

March 4, 1934 – Duel in the Graveyard

March 11, 1934 – Haunted House

March 18, 1934 – An Arizona Western

April 1, 1934 – The Eternal Triangle

April 6, 1934 – Frank Parker’s Music Store

April 13, 1934 – Bridge Game

April 27, 1934 – New Hampshire Through a Keyhole

May 4, 1934 – Hills of Kentucky

May 11, 1934 – Home Cooking At Don’s

May 18, 1934 – Taking a Taxi

July 20, 1934 – Who Killed Mr Stooge?

August 3, 1934 – To New York on the Twentieth Century Limited

August 24, 1934 – House of Rawchild

August 31, 1934 – The House of Benny

September 14, 1934 – School Days Part 2

September 21, 1934 – School Days Part 3

October 14, 1934 – Jack Benny Grocery Store

October 28, 1934 – The Bennys of Wimpole Street

November 11, 1934 – Charlie Chan in Radio City

November 18, 1934 – Mrs Wiggs of the Onion Patch

December 02, 1934 – Rose of the Rio Grande

December 16, 1934 – Russia through a Keyhole


Late 1930s

November 3, 1935 – Kenny Baker’s Debut

January 6, 1935 – Count of Monte Jello

January 19, 1936 – Jack is in Jail

February 9, 1936 – Sgt.Benny of the North West Mounted

February 16, 1936 – Drug Store

February 23, 1936 – Eternal Triangle

March 8, 1936 – Switching Parts

March 15, 1936 – Embassy Banquet

March 29, 1936 – CinderAllen

April 5, 1936 – Clown Hall Tonight

April 19, 1936 – Got A Heavy Date

April 26, 1936 – Professor Benny

May 3, 1936 – Code of the Hills

May 10, 1936 – Jack Test Drives a Car

May 17, 1936 – Everybody’s Not So Hot

May 24, 1936 – Leaving NY for California

June 7, 1936 – Bennymount Films

June 14, 1936 – Opening Bennymount Studios

June 21, 1936 – Vacation Plans

October 4, 1936 – First Phil Harris

October 11, 1936 – Anthony Adverse

October 18, 1936 – Anthony Adverse Part 2

October 25, 1936 – Romeo and Juliet Preview

November 1 & 8, 1936 – Girls Dormitory & Romeo and Juliet

November 15, 1936 – Buck Benny

November 22, 1936 – Buck Benny Part 2

November 29, 1936 – Buck Benny Part 3

December 6, 1936 – Money Aint Everything

December 13, 1936 – Buck Shot

December 20, 1936 – Old Fashioned Christmas Party

December 27, 1936 – Letter from Mary’s Mother

January 3, 1937 – New Year Poem

January 10, 1937 – Buck Benny Rides Again Again

January 17, 1937 – Buck Benny in Ensenada Mexico

January 24, 1937 – Jack Practices the Bee

January 31, 1937 – Next Sunday Jack Will Play the Bee

February, 1937 – The Stolen Violin

February, 1937 – Jack’s Birthday

February 2, 1937 – Buck Benny Part 12

February 28, 1937 – Jack’s Violin Is Returned

March 7, 1937 – Fight of the Century

March 14, 1937 – From the Hotel Pierre

March 21, 1937 – From New York

March 28, 1937 – The Train Porter

April 4, 1937 – Back from New York

April 11, 1937 – Guests Burns and Allen

April 18, 1937 – Lady Milicent’s Husband

April 25, 1937 – In the Spring

May 2, 1937 – Buck Benny Party

May 9, 1937 – Mother’s Day

April 16, 1937 – Ah Wildernes

April 23, 1937 – Jack is Sick

April 30, 1937 – Death at Midnight Part 1

May 6, 1937 – Death at Midnight Part 2

June 13, 1937 – Mary’s Movie

June 20, 1937 – Jack’s Movie

June 27, 1937 Last Show of the Season

October 3, 1937 – Abe Lyman

October 10, 1937 – Jack What’s-His-Name

October 24, 1937 – Jack Buys the Maxwell

October 31, 1937 – Devine Farm

November 7, 1937 – The Life of Buck Benny

November 21, 1937 – Lost Horizon

November 28, 1937 – Jack Cooked the Turkey

December 5, 1937 – The Big Game

December 12, 1937 – Christmas Shopping

December 19, 1937 – Little Red Riding Hood

January 2, 1938 – Leaving for San Francisco Next Week

January 9, 1938 – In San Francisco

January 16, 1938 – Driving Back from San Francisco (28 min)

January 23, 1938 – Scoop Benny Ace Reporter

January 30, 1938 – Hurricane

February 6, 1938 – Jack Is Late

February 13, 1938 – Robert Taylor Plays the Cello

February 20, 1938 – Submarine D.1

March 6, 1938 – Don Wilson’s 15th Radio Anniversary

March 13, 1938 – Death in the Night Club

March 20, 1938 – Leaving for New York

March 27, 1938 – Fred Allen & Kate Smith

April 3, 1938 – Returning to Hollywood

April 10, 1938 – A Yank at Oxford

April 17, 1938 – At the Circus

April 24, 1938 – Snow White and the Seven Gangsters

May 1, 1938 – Beverly Hills Home under Construction

May 8, 1938 – Mother’s Day Show

May 15, 1938 – Murder in the Library

May 22, 1938 – Tom Sawyer Part 1

May 29, 1938 – Tom Sawyer Part 2

June 5, 1938 – Tom Sawyer Part 3

June 12, 1938 – Artists and Models Abroad

June 19, 1938 – Back Home in Indiana

June 26, 1938 – Last Show of the Season

1937 Movie Previews

October 2, 1938 – Preparing for the Coming Season

October 9, 1938 – Yellow Jack

October 16, 1938 – Last Broadcast from the Old NBC Studio

October 23, 1938 – Algiers

October 30, 1938 – Halloween Party

November 6, 1938 – The Crowd Roars

November 13, 1938 – Jack Steals a Girl from Phil Harris

November 20, 1938 – Too Hot to Handle

November 27, 1938 – Flash Benny Football Coach

December 4, 1938 – Murder at the Movies

December 11, 1938 – Christmas Shopping

December 18, 1938 – Returning to Hollywood

December 25, 1938 – Jack’s Christmas Open House

January 1, 1939 – Goodbye 1938. Hello 1939

January 8, 1939 – Snow White

January 15, 1939 – Jack’s Screen Performance

January 22, 1939 – Jack Saved Fred Allen

January 29, 1939 – Jack’s Bodyguard

February 5, 1939 – Jack’s Fight Training

February 12, 1939 – Love Finds Annie Hardy

February 19, 1939 – Carmichael the Polar Bear

February 26, 1939 – Jesse James Part 1

March 5, 1939 – Jesse James Part 2

March 12, 1939 – Carmichael Is Sick

March 19, 1939 – Jack Has a Cold

March 26, 1939 – Ed Sullivan

April 2, 1939 – April Fool’s Gags

April 9, 1939 – Four Girls in White

April 16, 1939 – Phil Shoots a Movie

April 23, 1939 – Jack’s Studio Dressing Room

April 30, 1939 – Seventh Anniversary

May 7, 1939 – Kentucky Derby

May 14, 1939 – Gunga Din

May, 1939 – More Gunga Din

May 28, 1939 – Alexander Graham Bell

June 4, 1939 – Sherlock Holmes Preview

June 11, 1939 – Hound of the Baskervilles

June 18, 1939 – Father’s Day

June 25, 1939 – Jack’s Home Town

October 8, 1939 – Introducing Dennis Day

October 15, 1939 – Dennis’ Mother Interferes

October 22, 1939 – Stanley and Livingstone

October 29, 1939 – Costume Party

November 5, 1939 – The Women

November 12, 1939 – Jack Has a Toothache

November 19, 1939 – An Ostrich for Thanksgiving

November 26, 1939 – Duck Hunting

December 3, 1939 – Football Murder Mystery Part 1

December 10, 1939 – Football Murder Mystery Part 2

December 17, 1939 – Christmas Shopping for Perfume

December 24, 1939 – Christmas Open House

December 31, 1939 – No Date for Jack


Early 40s

January 7, 1940 – Golden Boy

January 14, 1940 – Violin Movie

January 19, 1940 – Radio Guide

January 21, 1940 – Jack’s Girlfriend

January 28, 1940 – Murder on the Bay Bridge

January 30, 1940 – The March of Dimes

February 4, 1940 – Leaving for Yosemite

February 11, 1940 – Arriving at Yosemite

February 18, 1940 – Skiing at Yosemite

February 25, 1940 – Birthday In Yosemite

March 3, 1940 – Gracie for President

March 10, 1940 – Mr. Benny Goes to Washington

March 17, 1940 – Hunchback of Notre Dame

March 24, 1940 – June Moon

March 24, 1940 – Pinocchio Trailer

March 31, 1940 – Pinocchio

April 7, 1940 – Jack Revives Buck Benny

April 14, 1940 – Preparing to Go to New York by Train

April 21, 1940 – From the Ritz Theater NY

April 24, 1940 – Buck Benny Rides Again

April 28, 1940 – Buck Benny at the Paramount Theater

May 5, 1940 – Clown Hall Tonight

May 12, 1940 – Returns on a Plane

May 19, 1940 – Northwest Passage

May 26, 1940 – Party for Sponsor

June 2, 1940 – Hillbilly Feud

June 9, 1940 – Vacation Plans

June 16, 1940 – Father’s Day

June 19, 1940 – Fred Allen Interviews Jack Benny

October 6, 1940 – Jack Tells His Childhood Story

October 13, 1940 – Phil Tries to Collect a World Series Bet

October 20, 1940 – Jack Tries to Sell the Maxwell

October 20, 1940 – Screen Guild Theater

October 27, 1940 – Hold That Line

November 10, 1940 – Dog Catcher of Beverly Hills

November 17, 1940 – Jack Waits to See a Movie Director

November 21, 1940 – Baby Snooks with Jack Benny

November 24, 1940 – Jack Is Held up on His Way to Don’s House

December 8, 1940 – Don Is Mad and Walks Out

December 15, 1940 – From the Ritz Hotel in New York

December 17, 1940 – “Love Thy Neighbor” Preview

December 22, 1940 – Christmas Shopping

January 5, 1941 -Christmas Gift Exchange

January 12, 1941 – Jack Is Late with No Script

January 19, 1941 – City of Conquest

February 2, 1941 – Herbert Marshall Hosts the Show

February 9, 1941 – The Sponser Likes Herbert Marshall

February 16, 1941 – Surprise Birthday Party

February 24, 1941 – Tee Pee Hotel

March 2, 1941 – Taquitz Falls

March 9, 1941 – Murder at the Racquet Club

March 16, 1941 – Palm Springs’ Prices

March 23, 1941 – Tobacco Road

March 30, 1941-03-30 Jack Works in His Garden

April 6, 1941 – Quiz Kids Versus JellO Kids

April 13, 1941 – Jack Prepares for Appearance on the Quiz Kid

April 20, 1941 – Jack’s Upset about His Appearance on the Quiz kids

April 27, 1941 – Murder at the Movies

May 11, 1941 – NBC Tribute to Jack Benny’s Tenth Anniversary

May 18, 1941 – Charley’s Aunt

May 25, 1941 – The Life of Philbert Harris

June 1, 1941 – From San Diego Naval Base

October 5, 1941 – From New York

October 12, 1941 – Columbus Day

October 19, 1941 – Train to LA

October 26, 1941 – Dive Bomber

November 2, 1941 – Halloween Celebration

November 9, 1941 – Football Game

November 16, 1941 – He Fumbled the Ball

November 23, 1941 – Thanksgiving Day Dinner

November 30, 1941 – Dr Jekyl and Mr.Hyde Part 1

December 7, 1941 – Dr Jekyl and Mr Hyde Part 2

December 14, 1941 – Bird on a Stick

December 28, 1941 – Jack Talks about a Christmas Party He Gave

January 4, 1942 – New Year’s Eve Party at the Biltmore Bowl

January 11, 1942 – From March Field

January 18, 1942 – Carole Lombard’s Death (Show Is without Jack)

January 25, 1942 – The Frightwig Murder Case Part 1

February 1, 1942 – The Frightwig Murder Case Part 2

February 8, 1942 – Fred Allen Has Moved

February 15, 1942 – Jack Can’t Get a Date on His Birthday

February 22, 1942 – At the San Francisco Presidio

March 3, 1942 – Jack Starts a Campaign for an Oscar

March 8, 1942 – From San Diego Marine Base

March 15, 1942 – Jack Lends Fred Allen $10

March 22, 1942 – Jack Plants a Victory Garden and Plays Golf

March 29,1942 – Doc Benny’s Minstrel Show

April 5, 1942 – Don’s Commercial

April 12, 1942 – Try and Get It

April 19, 1942 – Desperate for JELL-O

April 26, 1942 – NBC San Francisco

April 17, 1942 – Jack Imitates Fred Allen

May 31, 1942 – Best of The JELL-O Years

October 4, 1942 – Jack Rounds up the Gang in the Maxwell

October 11, 1942 – Jack Takes Two Cadets to Barbara Stanwyck’s

October 18, 1942 – Jack Gives the Maxwell for Scrap

October 25, 1942 – Tales of Manhattan

November 1, 1942 – Jack and Phil Go Target Shooting

November 8, 1942 – Twink Family Part 1

November 15, 1942 – Twink Family Part 2

November 22, 1942 – George Washington Slept Here Premiere

November 29, 1942 – Going after Rommel

December 6, 1942 – Liberty Ship

December 13, 1942 – From New York

December 20, 1942 – George Washington Slept Here

December 27, 1942 – New Years Eve Skit

January 3, 1943 – Bear Hunting

January 10, 1943 – The Sixty-Four Dollar Question

January 17, 1943 – Spoof on Information Please

January 24, 1943 – Mr.Benny Goes to Washington

January 31, 1943 – From Quantico Virginia

February 7, 1943 – Jack Is Late for the Program

February 14, 1943 – From Ontario Canada

February 21, 1943 – Chicago Monument for Jack

February 28, 1943 – Kit Carson Benny

March 7, 1943 – Host George Burns and Gracie Allen

March 17, 1943 – Host Orson Welles Return of Phil Harris

March 21, 1943 – Host Orson Welles Takes Cast to His Movie

March 28, 1943 – Host Orson Welles Murder at Midnight

April 11, 1943 – Jack Returns after Illness

April 18, 1943 – Jack Opens Swimming Pool for the Season

April 25, 1943 – Rochester’s Horse Is in the Kentucky Derby

May 2, 1943 – Renting Eddie Cantor’s House

May 16, 1943 – Rancho Benny

May 23, 1943 – Parachute Jump 

October 10, 1943 – Jack Recalls His African Trip

October 17, 1943 – Casablanca

October 24, 1943 – Algiers

October 31, 1943 – Jack Pretends He Is Going to Brazil 

November 7, 1943 – The Marine Corps

November 14, 1943 – The Lone Palm

November 21, 1943 – Jack Dreams He’s a Turkey

November 28, 1943 – Dennis Wants a Raise

December 5, 1943 – Jack Gets a Driver’s License

December 12, 1943 – Dennis’ Mother Visits

December 19, 1943 – Jack and Mary Go Christmas Shopping

December 26, 1943-12-26 Christmas at Jack’s House

January 2, 1944 – New Years Eve

January 9, 1944 – Jack Has a Pet Camel

January 16, 1944 – From Camp El Toro California

January 23, 1944 – From Camp Muroc California

January 30, 1944 – The Horns Blows at Midnight

February 6, 1944 – From Terminal Island 

February 13, 1944 – From March Field

February 20, 1944 – Groucho Marx

February 27, 1944 – Hollywood Canteen

March 5, 1944 – From Lemoure Air Force Base

March 12, 1944 – From Livermore Air Base

March 19, 1944 – Dennis Dreams He Has a Radio Program

April 9, 1944 – Repairing Jack’s Sidewalk

April 16, 1944 – The Road to Bali with Bob Hope

April 23, 1944 – Dennis Leaves for the Navy

April 14, 1944 – Infantry

April 21, 1944 – Split Personality

April 28, 1944 – The Life Story of Jack Benny

May 4, 1944 – Final Grape Nuts Flakes Sponsored Show

October 1, 1944 – Jack Looks for a Replacement Singer 

October 8, 1944 – Jack Offers Frank Sinatra Dennis’ Job

October 15, 1944 – From Gardner Field Taft California

November 5, 1944 – Guest Show 

November 19, 1944 – From Corona Naval Hospital

November 26, 1944 – How Jack and the Gang Spent Thanksgiving Day

December 3, 1944 – Jack Gets Mad and Goes Home

December 10, 1944 – From San Bernardino California

December 17, 1944 – Meeting Frank Sinatra in the Drugstore

December 24, 1944 – Trimming a Tree

December 31, 1944 – Jack Resolves to Be Friends with Fred Allen


Late 1940’s

January 7, 1945 – Leaving for New York City

January 14, 1945 – Mrs Nussbaum’s Restaurant

January 21, 1945 – Ice Skating in Central Park

January 28, 1945 – From Mitchell Field with Ann Sheridan

February 4, 1945 – From St Albans Naval Hospital in New York

February 11, 1945 – From Glen View AFB, Illinois

February 18, 1945 – From St Joseph Missouri

February 25, 1945 – Fitzsimons Hospital in Denver

March 4, 1945 – From Hollywood Train Station

March 11, 1945 – How Jack Met Rochester

March 18, 1945 – How Jack Found Mary

March 25, 1945 – Murder Mystery

April 1, 1945 – How Jack Met Phil Harris

April 8, 1945 – Torney Hospital in Palm Springs

April 22, 1945 – 29 Palms Air Station

April 29, 1945 – Professor LeBlanc

May 6, 1945 – How Jack Hired Don Wilson

May 13, 1945 – Jack Is Going to San Francisco

May 20, 1945 – In San Francisco

May 27, 1945 – How Jack Met Mary

September 30, 1945 – Steve Bradley Publicity Man

October 7, 1945 – Listening to the World Series

October 14, 1945 – Gaslight

October 21, 1945 – Jack Dreams of Race Horse

October 28, 1945 – $85,000 Bet

November 4, 1945 – Jack in Bed

November 11, 1945 – Joe Louis Acts As Jack’s Bodyguard

November 18, 1945 – From Hospital

November 25, 1945 – Tire Trouble

December 2, 1945 I Can’t Stand Jack Benny Contest

December 9, 1945 – Jack Is Invited to the Colman’s for Dinner

December 16, 1945 – Hello Louella

December 23, 1945 – The English Butler

December 30, 1945 – End of the Contest

January 27, 1946 – Contest Winners

February 3, 1946 – Contest Winners Names Announced

February 10, 1946 – From Palm Springs California

February 17, 1946 – Rochester Lost at Sea

February 24, 1946 – Palm Springs Shopping

March 3, 1946 – Murder Lone Palm

March 10, 1946 – Lost Weekend

March 17, 1946 – Dennis Returns

March 24, 1946 – I Stand Condemned

March 31, 1946 – A Sad Soldier Discharged

April 7, 1946 – Weekend at the Acme Plaza

April 14, 1946 – Vioin Practice Interrupts Ronald Coleman

April 21, 1946 – Aboard the Saratoga 4 Days Before It Sank

April 28, 1946 – Danny Kaye

May 5, 1946 – Leaving for Chicago on the Train

May 12, 1946 – Quiz Kids Contest

May 19, 1946 – Fred Allen Asks Jack on His Program

May 26, 1946 – Ed Sullivan Gives Jack an Award

September 29, 1946 – Phil and Dennis Have Their Own Shows

October 6, 1946 – Listening to the World Series

October 13, 1946 – Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy

October 20, 1946 – The Fiddler

October 27, 1946 – Chiss Sweeze

November 3, 1946 – Jack Tries to Break His Contract with the Sportsmen

November 10, 1946 – Jack Gets a Haircut

November 17, 1946 – Ronald and Bonita Colman

November 24, 1946 – Edward G. Robinson in The Killers

December 1, 1946 – Jack is to Appear on Phil Baker’s Program

December 8, 1946 – Christmas Shopping

December 15, 1946 – Jack Exchanges Dons Gift

December 22, 1946 – Christmas Party at Birmingham General Hospital

December 29, 1946 – Go to a Night Club

January 5, 1947 – Humphrey Bogart

January 12, 1947 – Gracie Wants to Listen to Jack on the Radio

January 19, 1947 – Borris Karloff

January 26, 1947 – Margie

February 2, 1947 – It’s a Wonderful Life

February 9, 1947 – What Happens After the Show Goes off the Air

February 16, 1947 – Jack’s Birthday Party

February 23, 1947 – Jack Fires the Sportsmen

March 2, 1947 – Jack Tries to Rehire the Sportsmen

March 9, 1947 – Jack Tries to Find Replacement for the Sportsmen

March 16, 1947 – The Sportsmen Replacement

March 23, 1947 – The Sportsmen Are Hired Back

April 6, 1947 – The Life of Jack Benny

April 20, 1947 – The Egg and I

April 27, 1947 – Leaving for Chicago

May 4, 1947 – To the Train Station for Chicago

May 11, 1947 – Marjorie Reynolds

May 18, 1947 – Al Jolson

May 25, 1947 – Fred Allen and Jack Paar

October 5, 1947 – Jack Is Back from Sun Valley Vacation

October 12, 1947 – Jack Fixes Breakfast

October 19, 1947 – Golf Match

October 26, 1947 – Seventh Hole at Hillcrest Country Club

November 2, 1947 – Dark Passage’ Movie Skit 

November 9, 1947 – Buck Benny Meets The Colemans

November 16, 1947 – Jack’s Driver’s License

November 23, 1947 – Movie of Jack’s Life 

November 30, 1947 – Turkey Dream

December 7, 1947 – Violin Lesson

December 14, 1947 – Sprained Ankle

December 21, 1947 – Last Minute Christmas Shopping

December 28, 1947 – 1947 Review

January 4, 1948 – Jack Tries to Get Tickets for the Rose Bowl

January 11, 1948 – Going to Denver for March-Of-Dimes Benefit

January 18, 1948 – In Denver for March-Of-Dimes Benefit 

January 25, 1948 – Train to Hollywood

February 1, 1948 – Jack and Mary See Colman’s Movie

February 8, 1948 – Nightmare Alley

February 15, 1948 – Jack Turns 39

February 22, 1948 – Guest Frank Sinatra

February 29, 1948 – Jack’s Girlfriend Gladys Comes to Rehearsal

March 7, 1948 – Jack Benny Is the Walking Man

March 14, 1948 – Winner of the Walking Man Contest

March 21, 1948 – Ronald Coleman’s Oscar

March 28, 1948 – Jack Is Robbed!

April 4, 1948 – Bing Crosby’s Oscar

April 11, 1948 – From Palm Springs

April 18, 1948 – Charlie Farrell

April 25, 1948 – Dorothy Kirsten

May 2, 1948 – Frank Sinatra

May 9, 1948 – Ronald Colman’s Oscar Returned

May 16, 1948 – Robert Taylor

May 23, 1948 – The Egg and I

May 30, 1948 – I was framed

June 6, 1948 – Leaving for Detroit

June 13, 1948 – Detroit

June 20, 1948 – Baseball and Bob Hope

June 27, 1948 – From New York

October 3, 1948 – Jack Hears an Echo

October 10, 1948 – The World Series

October 17, 1948 – Sorry Wrong Number

October 24, 1948 – The Colman’s Have Dinner at Jack’s

October 31, 1948 – Trick or Treating

November 7, 1948 – Jack Sees Psychiatrist

November 14, 1948 – Mary is Late

November 21, 1948 – The Advertising Agency

November 28, 1948 – How We Spent Thanksgiving

December 5, 1948 – Professor La Blanc Gives Jack a Violin Lesson

December 12, 1948 – Jack Tries to Relax at Home

December 19, 1948 – Wallet for Don at Christmas

December 22, 1948 – CBS Special

December 26, 1948 – Last show for NBC

January 2, 1949 – First Show for CBS

January 9, 1949 – Jimmy Stewart

January 16, 1949 – Jack’s Scrapbook

January 23, 1949 – Don Won’t Sign His Contract

January 30, 1949 – Don Still Won’t Sign His Contract

February 6, 1949 – Claudette Colbert and Vincent Price

February 20, 1949 – Jack Wants to Appear on Ford Theater

February 27, 1949 – Jack Has a Music Lesson

March 6, 1949 – A Day at the Races

March 13, 1949 – After the Races

March 20, 1949 – Mary and Van Are Late

March 27, 1949 – Ozzie and Harriet

April 3, 1949-04 – American Heart Association

April 17, 1949 – Easter Parade

April 24, 1949 – The Maxwell Trade-In

May 1, 1949 – The Treasure of Sierra Madre

May 8, 1949 – Jack Is Upset with the Cast

May 15, 1949 – Jack Lends Phil $2,000

May 22, 1949 – The Champion and the Set Up

May 29, 1949 – Cast Introduced

September 11, 1949 – Bus Tour

September 18, 1949 – Edward My Son

September 25, 1949 – Edger Bergen and Red Skelton

October 2, 1949 – Jack’s Memory is Lost Part 1

October 9, 1949 – Jack’s Memory is Lost Part 2

October 9, 1949 – Jack is Recovering

October 23, 1949 – Jack Is Recovering from Nose Surgery

October 30, 1949 – Don Wilson’s Story of 25 Years

November 6, 1949 – Jack Rides in a Yacht

November 1949 – Last Week’s Mistakes

November 20, 1949 – Jack Goes to Rehearsal

November 27, 1949 – Playing Cards

December 11, 1949 – Texas Benefit

December 18, 1949 – Mary Buys Jack a Pencil Sharpener for Christmas

December 25, 1949 – Shocked at Christmas


Early 1950s

January 1, 1950 – Jack Is Stood Up

January 8, 1950 – Murder at Rominoffs

January 15, 1950 – How Jack Met Fred Allen

January 22, 1950 – I Was Betrayed

January 29, 1950 – To New York on the Train for the Heart Fund

February 12, 1950 – Allen’s Alley Spoof W.Ink Spots

February 19, 1950 – Jack Returns on the Train to LA

February 26, 1950 – The Fiddler

March 5, 1950 – Buck Benny Rides Again

March 12, 1950 – Sagebrush Soap Contest

March 19 1950 – The Champion

March 26, 1950 – From Palm Springs

April 2, 1950 – From Palm Springs

April 9, 1950 Jack Gives Fifty Cents Away

April 23, 1950 – The Beavers Do the Show

May 14, 1950 – Mother’s Day Gags

September 10, 1950 – Back from London

October 1, 1950 – The Maxwell Is Stolen

November 12, 1950 – A Cup of Coffee, a Sandwich and a Murder

November 19, 1950 – Jack and Dinah in London

November 26, 1950 – Tickets to the Game

December 3, 1950 – How Jack Found Rochester

December 10, 1950 – Murder at the Racquet Club

December 17, 1950 – Jack Buys Don Golf Tees for Christmas

December 31, 1950 – A New Years Fantasy

January 21, 1951 – Jack Goes to the Doctor for a Check-Up

January 28, 1951 – Guest Show

January 11, 1951 – How Palm Springs Was Founded

February 18, 1951 – Jack Watches TV

March 4, 1951 – Jack Goes to the Dentist

April 1, 1951 – Jack Leaves for New York to Do a TV Show

April 8, 1951 – A Visit from the Irs

April 15, 1951 – The Irs Visits Jack Again

April 22, 1951 – The Irs Visits Jack a Third Time

April 29, 1951 – From Nellis Air Force Base

April 6, 1951 – I Was Shanghaid

May 13, 1951 – Jack Prepares to Go to New York to Do His TV

May 20, 1951 -The Cast Is Dissatisfied with Their New Contract

May 27, 1951 – Jack Meets Speed Rigs at the Doctor’s Office

June 3, 1951 – The Cast Sings the Commercial

September 16, 1951 -USO Tour in Korea

September 23, 1951 – Captain Horatio Hornblower

October 28, 1951 – Jack Loses His Song

November 4, 1951 – Jack’s Life Story

November 25 1951 – Dennis Day’s Movie

December 2, 1951 – Jack Buys Don Cuff Links for Christmas

December 9, 1951 – Palm Springs Murder Mystery

December 9, 1951 – Quadalajara Trio Sings Jacks Song

December 16, 1951 – Jack Renews His Drivers License

December 23, 1951 – Christmas Tree Decoration

January 6, 1952 – Suspense

January 13, 1952 – Jack Gets a Haircut

January 20, 1952 – George Burns Sings Jack’s Song

February 3, 1952 – Wolfe Gilbert to Publish Jacks Song

February 10, 1952 – To New York to Publish Jacks Song

February 17, 1952 – NY Symphony Plays Jacks Song

March 2, 1952 – Guest Show

March 9, 1952 – Fourth TV Show of the Season

March 16, 1952 – Trying to Lose Weight

March 23, 1952 – The Academy Awards

March 30, 1952 – My Naval Career

April 6, 1952 – Jack Opens His Swimming Pool

April 13, 1952 – Jack and Mary Walk in the Easter Parade

April 20, 1952 – All Hands on Deck

April 27, 1952 – Bend in the River

May 4, 1952 – Jack Fixes the Phonograph

May 5, 1952 – Jack Takes the Beavers to the Zoo

May 18, 1952 – Down on the Farm

May 25, 1952 – Jack Prepares for London Trip

June 1, 1952 – Phil’s Last Show

September 14, 1952 – Phil Replaced by Bob Crosby

September 21, 1952 – In Scotland

September 28, 1952 – High Noon

October 5, 1952 – Scoop Benny

October 12, 1952 – The Gopher Trap

October 19, 1952 – Jack Buys 20th Century Fox

November 9, 1952 – Vitamin Shot

December 7, 1952 – Happy Time

December 14, 1952 – A Gopher Trap for Don

December 21, 1952 – From Veteran’s Hospital Long Beach

January 11, 1953 – The Road to Bali

January 18, 1953 – Goes to Auction Buys Unbrella Stand

January 25, 1953 – Bets on Our Fanc

February 8, 1953 – English Horse

February 15, 1953 – The Life of Bing Crosby

February 22, 1953 – Beavers Impersonate Show

March 1, 1953 – To New York Railroad Station

March 8, 1953 – The Snows of Kilimanjaro

March 15, 1953 – How Palm Springs Was Founded

March 22, 1953 – A Walk through Beverly Hills

April 12, 1953 – Missing Heir Showers with Peeled Potato

April 26, 1953 – From San Francisco

May 3, 1953 – From San Francisco

May 10, 1953 – From San Francisco

May 17, 1953 – I Flew To Mars

May 24, 1953 – Insurance Medical Exam

September 13, 1953 – Back from Vacation in Hawaii

September 13, 1953 – Honolulu Trip

September 20, 1953 – Return to Paradise

September 27, 1953 – Polly at the Psychiatrist

October 4, 1953 – The World Series

October 11, 1953 – Jack Tries to Sell His House

October 18, 1953 – Wings of the Hawk

October 25, 1953 – Jack Buys a G String

November 1, 1953 – 4 O’Clock in the Morning

November 8, 1953 – All American

November 15, 1953 – Preparing for TV Show

November 29, 1953 – Jack Buys a Turkey

December 6, 1953 – To Palm Springs without Polly

December 13, 1953 – Christmas in Palm Springs

December 20, 1953 – Cactus Christmas Tree

January 10, 1954 – The Don Wilson Story

January 17, 1954 – Parking Ticket

January 24, 1954 – Jack Goes to the Races

January 31, 1954 – At Premiere with Samgoldwyn

February 7, 1954 – Dennis Is Told to Quit the Show by His Mothe

February 14, 1954 – Jack Turns 40

February 21, 1954 – To NY for Tv Show

February 28, 1954 – Jack’s Life Story

March 7, 1954 – Frank Fontaine and Giselle McKenzie

March 14, 1954 – Returning from NY on Super Chief

March 21, 1954 – The Mean Old Man

March 28, 1954 – Jack and the Beanstalk

April 4, 1954 – Secret of the Psychiatrist

April 11, 1954 – Jack Hasn’t Received New Contract

April 11, 1954 – Jack Plays Gracie

April 18, 1954 – Easter Parade

April 25, 1954 – Seance at Jack’s Home

April 2, 1954 – Jack Loses $4 75 at Santa Anita

May 9, 1954 – The Beach

May 16, 1954 – The French Restraint

May 23, 1954 – Jack’s Trip to Las Vegas

June 6, 1954 – Jack Goes to Dallas

September 26, 1954 – Is the Show on the Air

October 3, 1954-10-03 Garden of Evil

October 10, 1954 – Polly at Psychiatrist

October 17, 1954 – The Purple Pirate

October 24, 1954 – The Drive-In

October 3, 1954 – Jack Tries to Fire Sportsmen

November 7, 1954 – Jack Sees a Doctor

November 14, 1954 – Dinner at Don’s House

November 21, 1954 – Jack Sick in Bed

November 28, 1954 – Dennis Sees a Psychiatrist

December 5, 1954 – Christmas Shopping for Paints

December 12, 1954 – Preparing for Palm Springs

December 19, 1954 – Christmas at Palm Springs

January 2, 1955 – Jack Takes Gertrude to Rose Bowl

January 9, 1955 – The Elephant’s Graveyard Mystery

January 16, 1955 – Jack Doesn’t Have a Script

January 23, 1955 – William Paley Bets on Our Fancy

February 13, 1955 – Surprise Party

February 20, 1955 – The Beavers Do the Show

February 27, 1955 – Jack’s TV Breaks While Watching Wrestling

March 27, 1955 – Shooting of Dan McGrew

April 3, 1955 – Ed and the Vault

April 10, 1955 – Easter Stroll

April 17, 1955 – Bob Hope and Jack Double Date

April 24, 1955 – Renting the Maxwell to a Movie Studio

May 1, 1955 – Love Letters

May 8, 1955 – The Beach

May 15, 1955 – A Friend at Union Station

May 22, 1955 – Final Show

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