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
Jack is upset because Fred Allen has moved to Sundays. More trouble with the sound effects man.
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
A low point for The Jack Benny Show as the cast re-created a blackface minstrel show.
April 5, 1942 – Don’s Commercial
April 12, 1942 – Try and Get It
In this EPISODE from 1942 Jack Benny steals a joke from his corny sound man. And a play all about JELL-O.
Very fun EPISODE of the Jack Benny Show launching the new NBC studio, interrupted by a tour guide with an attitude.
April 17, 1942 – Jack Imitates Fred Allen
For Jack Benny fans: This EPISODE is the best of The JELL-O Years.
In this EPISODE Mary Livingstone says that with his toupee slipping down, Jack Benny looks like Veronica Lake.
Jack Takes Two Cadets To Barbara Stanwyck’s House.
Jack Benny donates his old car, the Maxwell, for the scrap metal drive in support of the war effort.
Jack Benny takes on the triple role of Charles Boyer, Charles Laughton and Edward G. Robinson in “Tales of Manhattan”.
November 1, 1942 – Jack and Phil Go Target Shooting
The votes are in! Jack Benny is the newly elected sidewalk inspector of Beverly Hills, California.
In this Jack Benny EPISODE Dennis Day stops by with his new girlfriend… movie star Dottie Lamour!
November 22, 1942 – George Washington Slept Here Premiere
In this episode Jack Benny and the gang hunt Nazi general Erwin Rommel.
This is Phil Harris’ last show before joining the Merchant Marines with his band.
December 13, 1942 – From New York
December 20, 1942 – George Washington Slept Here
December 27, 1942 – New Years Eve Skit