Knock Knock Knock. This is the first episode with The Knocking Man, and also the beginning of the Benny / Allen Feud.
After Jack Benny’s little comment last week, Fred Allen really ramps up the feud on his show and Jack is not happy.
Jack and the cast continue the Buck Benny saga with a special guest star – Universal Pictures western star Buck Jones.
Jack Practices The Bee as the feud between Jack Benny and Fred Allen ramps up.
Jack Benny says he will play ‘The Bee’ next Sunday. In the mean time Jack has Nightmares of Fred Allen.
After hearing 10-year-old Stuart Canin play Schubert’s “The Bee” on The Fred Allen Program, Jack Benny is Ready to play “The Bee” himself.
On Jack Benny’s birthday, radio bandleader Ben Bernie shows up and offers to lend Jack his violin so that he can play “The Bee” and settle the feud with Fred Allen.
Jack Benny and Mary Livingstone had starred in this week’s episode of the Lux Radio Theater in a play called “Brewster’s Millions”.
A racehorse named Seabiscuit was fast becoming famous.
Broadcasting from New York City at the height of the Benny / Allen feud, the boy who started it all, 10-year-old violinist Stuart Canin is a guest.
From the Hotel Peirre in New York Jack Benny Faces off against Fred Allen in the Fight of the Century! Plus Mary Livingstone Sings.
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
Jack Benny does his best impression of Ed Wynn as he celebrates his 5th Radio Anniversary in this EPISODE from 1937.
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
In this EPISODE they visit the set of Mary Livingstone’s movie!
In this EPISODE from 1937 they mention the 58-year-old genius Albert Einstein
In this EPISODE Jack Benny’s former bandleader Johnny Green returns to show off his amazing piano playing talent in a duet with Jack on the violin.
Paramount is on the air! Check out this radio show EPISODE with Jack Benny and Mary Livingstone’s movies.
October 3, 1937 – Abe Lyman
East Coast vs West Coast
October 10, 1937 – Jack What’s-His-Name
October 24, 1937 – Jack Buys the Maxwell
Celebrate Halloween with Jack Benny on the violin and Mary Livingstone singing.
November 7, 1937 – The Life of Buck Benny
November 21, 1937 – In this EPISODE they spoof the 1937 Ronald Colman movie “Lost Horizon” directed by Frank Capra.
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