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The Jack Benny Program

The Jack Benny Program

Genre: Comedy

The comedian provides laughs with a series of guest stars.
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Death Row Sketch

S11, E17  (First Aired: Feb. 12, 1961)
In a skit, Jack's wife, Mamie Van Doren, flirts with the boarder, and Jack is too dumb to realize it.

Jack Plays Golf

S12, E06  (First Aired: Nov. 26, 1961)
Jack has a hard time finding a golf partner.

Jack Writes a Song

S12, E09  (First Aired: Dec. 17, 1961)
Jack tries to get composer Dimitri Tiomkin to write an arrangement for his song.

Jack Becomes a Surgeon

S11, E19  (First Aired: Feb. 26, 1961)
Rochester wonders what kind of doctor Jack would have made.

Jack Goes to Las Vegas

S11, E22  (First Aired: Mar. 19, 1961)
Jack hires two of the Mills Brothers, tricking the other two into singing for free.

Variety Show

S11, E24  (First Aired: Apr. 2, 1961)
George Burns introduces new star Ann-Margret.

Main Street Shelter

S11, E25  (First Aired: Apr. 9, 1961)
Rochester gives away Jack's old jacket, unaware that there is $200 in the lining.

Tennessee Ernie Ford Show

S12, E05  (First Aired: Nov. 19, 1961)
Technical troubles ensue when Jack has Tennessee Ernie Ford as a guest.

Jack Does Opera

S12, E12  (First Aired: Jan. 7, 1962)
Jack sings an operatic excerpt with Roberta Peters and Don Wilson.

Ghost Town Western Sketch

S12, E17  (First Aired: Feb. 11, 1962)
Jack imagines himself as an Old West gunslinger.

Modern Prison Sketch

S12, E25  (First Aired: Apr. 15, 1962)
Jack and Mickey Rooney explore what may happen if prisons get progressively more lenient.

Jack Goes to the Cafeteria

S12, E08  (First Aired: Dec. 10, 1961)
Jack takes Jane Morgan to lunch in a cafeteria.

Dennis Day's Surprise Birthday Party

S12, E13  (First Aired: Jan. 14, 1962)
Jack wants to give Dennis a surprise birthday party.

Jack on Trial for Murder

S12, E03  (First Aired: Nov. 5, 1961)
Jack is sued and dreams he retains Raymond Burr.