This is the debut episode of Jack Benny’s vault, the racetrack tout, and Mel Blank’s train announcer who always announces “Anaheim, Azusa and Cucamonga”.
Broadcasting from New York, this episode features Fred Allen.
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
Jack Benny has received the honorary title of “Admiral in the Great Navy of the State of Nebraska” and it’s going to his head.
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
It’s the last show of the season before Jack Benny goes on his USO tour in Europe with harmonica player Larry Adler.
September 30, 1945 – Steve Bradley Publicity Man
Phil Harris is in love, and Mary Livingstone goes to a World Series game with Jack Benny.
Ingrid Bergman reprises her Oscar-winning role in “Gaslight”.
In this EPISODE Jack Benny and the gang talk about the latest horse race. Plus Tokyo Rose.
In this EPISODE Jack Benny runs a publicity stunt and news commentator Erskine Johnson plays himself with the scoop.
November 4, 1945 – Jack in Bed
November 11, 1945 – Joe Louis Acts As Jack’s Bodyguard
Broadcasting from Birmingham Hospital in Van Nuys, California. Prize fighter Joe Louis wants Jack Benny to teach him comedy.
This episode features a brief but exuberant appearance by radio comedy star Cass Daley.
Finish this sentence “I can’t stand Jack Benny because…” in 50 words or less.
This is the first episode with Ronald and Benita Colman and the second episode of the “I Can’t Stand Jack Benny Because…” contest.
Jack benny gets a lot or mail for the “I Can’s Stand Jack Benny” contest. Gossip Columnist Louella parsons has a cameo.
The Colemans visit Jack Benny for Christmas dinner in this EPISODE from 1945.
Thousands of people sent in letters (50 words or less) as part of a contest in 1945. Listeners were told to finish the sentence “I Can’t Stand Jack Benny Because…”. In this EPISODE Jack gets the letters in the mail.