Happy New Year 1941. In this EPISODE Jack Benny and Mary Livingstone tell Don Wilson about the New Year’s Eve party they attended together last week. They don’t exactly agree on the details.
In this EPISODE Jack Benny is on-the-air and his writers have not written the show yet… And a robot!
About Jack Benny’s footprints. An EPISODE from 1941.
February 2, 1941 – Herbert Marshall Hosts the Show
Jack Benny and Bob Hope host a charity broadcast with a Hollywood guest stars.
February 9, 1941 – The Sponser Likes Herbert Marshall
Surprise! It’s Jack Benny’s Birthday and his pals throw him a party!
February 24, 1941 – Tee Pee Hotel
In this EPISODE of the podcast I contrast the real Navajo with the stereotype character in the Jack Benny episode.
March 9, 1941 – Murder at the Racquet Club
March 16, 1941 – Palm Springs’ Prices
March 23, 1941 – Tobacco Road
In this EPISODE from 1941 Don Wilson mentions that he is in a western movie as Sheriff Slim.
April 6, 1941 – Quiz Kids Versus JellO Kids
April 13, 1941 – Jack Prepares for Appearance on the Quiz Kid
Listen to highlights of Jack Benny’s appearance on the Quiz Kids in this EPISODE from 75 years ago today.
In this EPISODE of the Jack Benny show, the gang tries to solve a murder at a movie theater.
May 11, 1941 – NBC Tribute to Jack Benny’s Tenth Anniversary
May 18, 1941 – Charley’s Aunt
Phil Harris and Alice Faye get married! Then “Mr. District Attorney” Thomas E Dewey does a guest spot that is all business.
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 – In this EPISODE Jack Benny wants to play the most dramatic role in “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
Jack Benny plays both Jekyll and Hyde in this EPISODE’s spoof of the Spencer Tracy horror movie.
This EPISODE of Jack Benny is from the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
December 14, 1941 – Bird on a Stick
December 28, 1941 – Jack Talks about a Christmas Party He Gave