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TWTD Archive – February 4, 1995

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JACK BENNY MONTH – PART 1

Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, February 4, 1995

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (4-27-47)  Jack is preparing for a trip to Chicago for an appearance at the Chicago Theatre.

CAVALCADE OF AMERICA  (2-5-45) “The Road to Berlin” starring Bing Crosby who, on the fourth anniversary of the USO, recounts his recent overseas tour during WW II.

LUX RADIO THEATRE (2-15-37) “Brewster’s Millions” starring Jack Benny as a spender who has to unload a million dollars in a short period of time in order to qualify for an even greater inheritance.  The program introduced by TWTD film historian Bob Kolososki.

FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY (2-6-45) Fibber is engrossed in the mystery novel, “The Case of the Cross-eyed Cat.”

JACK BENNY PROGRAM (5-4-47) Jack leaves for Chicago where his vaudeville tour at the Chicago Theatre begins next Friday.