May 2, 1932 – First Professional Appearance
The very first EPISODE of the Jack Benny Program!
The BEST of the first year of The Jack Benny Program.
This is a collection of clips from early 1934 They mention parody the movie “Little Women” with Katharine Hepburn.
March 11, 1934 – Haunted House
March 18, 1934 – An Arizona Western
April 1, 1934 – The Eternal Triangle
This is an early episode in which Easter Sunday landed on April fool’s Day. The guest star is Eddie Cantor.
April 6, 1934 – Don Wilson’s First Show
Poor sound quality.
April 13, 1934 – Bridge Game
April 27, 1934 – New Hampshire Through a Keyhole
May 4, 1934 – The Hills of Old Kentucky
In this EPISODE from 1934 Jack Benny plays a feuding hillbilly, aiming to be the last man standing.
May 11, 1934 – Home Cooking At Don’s
Jack Benny takes a taxi to the studio where Frank Parker invited him to dinner with his very musical family.
July 20, 1934 – Who Killed Mr Stooge?
This early EPISODE of the Jack Benny Program mentions Mickey.
August 3, 1934 – To New York on the Twentieth Century Limited
August 24, 1934 – House of Rawchild
Jack Benny makes a joke about The Little Rascals in this EPISODE from 1934.
August 31, 1934 – The House of Benny
Hear baby Jack Benny in this EPISODE from 1934. “The House of Benny”.
September to October 1934 – First JELL-O
In this EPISODE from 1934 Jack Benny gets an award from Radio Stars magazine.
October 28, 1934 – The Bennys of Wimpole Street
November 11, 1934 – Charlie Chan in Radio City
In this early episode Jack Benny plays the Chinese detective Charlie Chan from the film series of the same name.
November 18, 1934 – Mrs Wiggs of the Onion Patch
December 02, 1934 – Rose of the Rio Grande
December 16, 1934 – Russia through a Keyhole
January 6, 1935 – The Count of Monte JELLO
In the early episode Jack Benny does his version on “The Count of Monte Cristo”.
November 3, 1935 – Kenny Baker’s Debut
Before Dennis Day there was Kenny Baker. This is a fun early EPISODE where Jack Benny meets his new singer Kenny and goes to the barber to get a shave.
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I enjoy listening to Jack Benny episodes on archive.org. I’m listening tonight to the episodes from 1932-1934 and find them and the comedy enjoyable.