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, www.buckbenny.com. Tell me what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack Benny Podcast 1940-11-03 (384) Halloween Party, Fred Allen 1940-11-06 (05) Kenny Baker as Bramson Snide, and Jack Benny 1940-10-27 (383) Hold That Line
Happy Halloween From Jack and the gang along with Fred Allen!
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Friday with Fibber!
Orson Welles Podcast 1957-09-09 Studio One - The Night America Trembled (CBS)
Pretty cool dramatization of Orson Wells War of The worlds presentaion with Edward R. Murrow! Here is the link to the video. https://youtu.be/7InOqW3xnNc
War of The Worlds and Charlie McCarthy Podcast - Mercury Theatre 1938-10-30- Alternate-Vers (Newly Discovered RandEsoteric) Stereo
A unique stereo presentation so you can simulate what it was like changing channels from The Charlie McCarthey Show to THe War OF The Worlds, just like in 1938, using your stereo's left and right channels.
Orson Welles Podcast 1940-10-28 Orson Welles Meets H G Wells Interview (Kathy, John, Terry, and Buck)
Orson didn't do his commentary this week, so we thought with it getting close to Halloween and all that we would bring you the complete Welles meets Wells the full 24 minute version of the great interview with Orson Welles and H.G. Wells!
Jack Benny Podcast 1950-10-22 (742) Dennis borrows 50,000, PHAF 1950-10-22 Camping, and Jack Benny 1945-10-21 (557) Texas Sandman - First Polly Parrot
Another great Benny triptych of shows!
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This podcast is a gorgeous tribute to a medium of storytelling whose golden age has passed. The multiple hosts obviously love this entertainment and it feels great listening to hosts who just love these programs with no ulterior motives. (Make money)
I had no idea of the impact Jack Benny’s show had on comedy. It is the earliest sitcom. It is the foundation of the Looney Tunes cartoons. Rochester’s character as an equal to the others was ahead of its time.
These hosts must have worked hard to produce such great, sound quality. I am forever grateful for your loving efforts.
Cut down the openings
I have enjoyed this podcast for over 12 years. Great collection & good variety. I appreciate the hosts passion & energy. But I cannot understand these long intros that drift about. They are never edited. Once those are finished, the old intros begin. It simply detracts from the content.
Just wanted to say thank you for providing absolutely amazing history and classic radio shows. A lost art, seldom respected today. Thank you my good man.