Speaking of Radio

Chuck Schaden's Conversations with the Stars Who Made it Golden

TWTD Archive – February 26th, 1994

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Part 4

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, February 26, 1994

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (2-27-44) In a remote broadcast from the Hollywood Canteen for an audience of WW II servicemen on leave, Jack and the gang welcome guests Larry Adler and Eddie Cantor. Jack is planning a tour of military bases.

SPEAKING OF RADIO The Jack Benny Program (2-26-94) Conclusion of the original four-part series (which was later expanded to become a 12-part series).

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (2-27-49) Guest is actor Claude Raines, who is to be Jack’s co-star in the Ford Theatre production of “The Horn Blows at Midnight.” Raines tries to get Jack to change his mind about appearing in the radio play.

FORD THEATRE (3-4-49) “The Horn Blows at Midnight” starring Jack Benny and Claude Raines with Hans Conried, Mercedes McCambridge, Anne Whitfield, Jeanette Nolan, Jane Morgan, Joseph Kearns and Herb Vigran. Jack repeats his screen role in this radio version of his infamous 1945 movie comedy about an angel sent to Earth to destroy it.

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (2-13-55) A party is being planned to celebrate Jack’s birthday.  Mary suggests arranging the 39 candles in the shape of a question mark!