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The Jack Benny Program

The Jack Benny Program

The Jack Benny Program was a comedy series which was broadcast on CBS in the United States. Jack Benny brought his popular radio show to television along with most of the radio show's cast. Eddie Anderson played Rochester, Jack's loyal and long-suffering valet, Don Wilson was the overweight show announcer, Dennis Day was the dim-witted boy tenor, and Mary Livingstone (Benny's real life wife) was his galpal and frequent comedic foil. The show was a huge hit for most of its run becoming a Sunday night tradition in many American households. All in all, the show aired for 15 seasons with the final season switching networks to NBC.

Episode Info

Final: 15x28 -- Smothers Brothers Show (Apr/16/1965)

Sketch: During WWII, Jack is trapped in the London rubble with an unexploded bomb. The bomb removal crew--the Smothers Brothers.
Jack BennyJack Benny
As Himself
Mary LivingstoneMary Livingstone
As Herself (S01-S08)
Eddie AndersonEddie Anderson
As Rochester Van Jones
Don Wilson (2)Don Wilson (2)
As Himself
Dennis Day (1)Dennis Day (1)
As Himself

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Recurring Guests

Mel Blanc as TV Technician (54 eps)
Benny Rubin as Detective O'Brien (46 eps)
Frank Nelson as Makeup Man (34 eps)
The Sportsmen Quartet (31 eps)
Dale White (2) as Harlow Wilson (18 eps)
Ned Miller as Customer (17 eps)
Herb Vigran as Carnival Barker (16 eps)
Charles Cantor as Painter (15 eps)
Lois Corbett as Lois Wilson (15 eps)
Jeanette Eymann as Customer (15 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Music | Sketch/Improv
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Airs: 07:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: October 29, 1950
Ended: September 10, 1965
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