The #1 most popular Jack Benny and OTR Podcast on the internet! Listen to the most talented actors and comedians in radio history, new audio intros on many episodes. Every week we are celebrating the episodes that are exactly 60, 65, 70 and 75 years old from 1953, 1948, 1943, and 1938! Come get a ton more podcasts from my website. Tell me what you think at email@example.com
The Big Show Podcast 1951-01-28 (013) Tullulah Bankhead, Gary Cooper, Danny Kaye, Ray Bolger, Rudy Vallee, etc (Mindi)
This week Mindi brings us entertainment legends Tullulah Bankhead, Gary Cooper, Danny Kaye, Ray Bolger, and Rudy Vallee!
Fibber n Molly1947-03-11_Fibber's Untapped Energy_OMB_1954-04-24_YBYL_1950-10-11_SW Grass
More fun with Fibber and the gang!
Jack Benny Podcast 1953-01-25 (831) Bets on Our Fancy, PHAF 1953-01-25 Promoting, Jack Benny 1943-01-24 (466) McFarland Twins - Mr Benny Goes to Washington (2018)
McFarland Twins are on Jack's 1943 show covering Mr. Benny Goes To Washington!
Orson Welles Podcast 1946-01-20 Orson Welles Commentaries - A Walk in the Sun, unemployed vets and rich war profiteers, the plight of blacks in America (Kathy, Terry, and Buck)
Orson Talks about w walk in the Sun, unemployed vets and rich war profiteers, the plight of blacks in America with an intro by Kathy, Terry, and Buck!
Jack Benny TV Show 1953-01-25 60 Piece Orchestra (S3 E5)
A very rare Jack Benny episode I found in the past year!
Bing Crosby Podcast 1948-01-21 George Burns, Gracie Allen, Al Jolson's Kraft Music Hall 1948-01-22 Lucille Ball, Jimmy Durante 1948-01-21 Guest Host Al Jolson (2023)
Wow! Bing Crosby, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Al Jolson, and Lucille Ball! Have I got a treat for Jolson fans! I just gave the Jolson show a nice sound upgrade, and Al is on tow of the three shows tonight!
Brilliant, just brilliant!
These Jack Benny Shows might be 65-70 years old but they are as funny today as they were back then. The sheer quality of the writing and the performances was superb. Jack's shows with visits to troop camps are an absolute joy to listen to (even if Bob Hope is better remembered for doing these shows), and the crowds just lapped them up.
The supporting stars and the frequent special guests all contribute to make these shows a real treat.
I encourage anyone who doesn't already listen to become acquainted with Jack and Mary, Phil, Dennis, Rochester and Don, and the Maxwell, the Yesssss Man, the vault, the train trips, Gladys and Mabel, the Academy Awards and Mary's poems. It's time to laugh out loud!