January 27, 1946 – Contest Winners
February 3, 1946 – Contest Winners Names Announced
February 10, 1946 – From Palm Springs California
Rochester was really lost at sea the week of this EPISODE from 1945.
This EPISODE from 1946 will have you singing “Pickle in the middle and the mustard on top!”
This EPISODE starts a bit slow, but gets really funny at the 10 minute mark when Jack gets to the studio.
The Lost Weekend was the Best Picture winner of 1945. In this EPISODE the star of that movie was Benny’s guest.
In this EPISODE the cast of The Jack Benny Program impersonate the cast of the Fred Allen show.
This EPISODE of the Jack Benny program from 1946 has a surprise guest with a famously creepy voice.
Listen to this lively EPISODE of the Jack Benny Program recorded at a military base in California.
April 7, 1946 – Weekend at the Acme Plaza
April 14, 1946 – Vioin Practice Interrupts Ronald Coleman
April 21, 1946 – Aboard the Saratoga 4 Days Before It Sank
April 28, 1946 – Danny Kaye
May 5, 1946 – Leaving for Chicago on the Train
May 12, 1946 – Quiz Kids Contest
May 19, 1946 – Fred Allen Asks Jack on His Program
May 26, 1946 – Ed Sullivan Gives Jack an Award
This day in 1946 Jack Benny is humming the hit song of the day “South America, Take it Away”.
October 6, 1946 – Listening to the World Series
October 13, 1946 – Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy
October 20, 1946 – The Fiddler
October 27, 1946 – Chiss Sweeze
November 3, 1946 – Jack Tries to Break His Contract with the Sportsmen
November 10, 1946 – Jack Gets a Haircut
In this EPISODE from 1946 Jack Benny’s neighbor Ronald Coleman meets loud-mouth baseball manager Leo Durocher.
November 24, 1946 – Edward G. Robinson in The Killers
December 1, 1946 – Jack is to Appear on Phil Baker’s Program
One of the best of Jack Benny! In this EPISODE from 1946 Jack goes Christmas shopping and can’t decide what kind of shoelaces to get his announcer.
This Jack Benny EPISODE is a fun follow up to the classic Christmas shopping show. Plus they make fun of this car.
December 22, 1946 – Christmas Party at Birmingham General Hospital
December 29, 1946 – Go to a Night Club