The Jack Benny Program 1950

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January 1, 1950 – Jack Is Stood Up

January 8, 1950 – Murder at Rominoffs

January 15, 1950 – How Jack Met Fred Allen

January 22, 1950 – I Was Betrayed

January 29, 1950 – To New York on the Train for the Heart Fund

February 12, 1950 – Allen’s Alley Spoof W.Ink Spots

February 19, 1950 – Jack Returns on the Train to LA

February 26, 1950 – The Fiddler

March 5, 1950 – Buck Benny Rides Again

March 12, 1950 – Sagebrush Soap Contest

March 19 1950 – The Champion

March 26, 1950 – From Palm Springs

April 2, 1950 – From Palm Springs


April 9, 1950 – Jack Gives Fifty Cents Away
Jack Benny is the most generous cheap man in the world in this EPISODE from 1950. Jack gives 50 cents away!

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April 16, 1950 – Jack Gets the House Painted

In the spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love so Jack Benny almost asks Mary Livingstone out. Plus the song “Rag Mop” in this EPISODE from 1950.

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April 23, 1950 – Children Do the Show

In this EPISODE a troop of local kids, The Beverly Hills Beavers, put on their version of the Jack Benny Show.

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May 14, 1950 – Mother’s Day Gags


September 10, 1950 – Back from London

This EPISODE of Jack Benny has Alan Young long before he was the voice of Scrooge McDuck.

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October 1, 1950 – The Maxwell Is Stolen


October 15, 1950 – Married to Mary

This EPISODE from 1950 features Jack Benny’s real-life daughter Joan as herself.

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November 12, 1950 – A Cup of Coffee, a Sandwich and a Murder

November 19, 1950 – Jack and Dinah in London

November 26, 1950 – Tickets to the Game

December 3, 1950 – How Jack Found Rochester

December 10, 1950 – Murder at the Racquet Club

December 17, 1950 – Jack Buys Don Golf Tees for Christmas

December 31, 1950 – A New Years Fantasy

-> Proceed to 1951

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