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The Jack Benny program. [1961-04-02, Variety show]

Author: Frederick De CordovaSam PerrinGeorge BalzerAl GordonHal GoldmanAll authors
Publisher: United States : CBS Television Network, [1961-04-02]
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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Benny presents Ann-Margret, but George Burns walks out instead. Benny claims to have discovered Ann-Margret on Burns' Las Vegas show, but Burns demands to be able to introduce her himself. She sings I ain't got nobody. Benny chats with her: she comes from Wilmette, Illinois, near Waukegan (eliciting a lengthy autobiography from Benny) and is a sophomore at Northwestern, majoring in geriatrics. Burns reminds Benny  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juggling
Situation comedies
Comedy variety
Humor
Named Person: Ann-Margret; Benjamin Franklin
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick De Cordova; Sam Perrin; George Balzer; Al Gordon; Hal Goldman; Irving Fein; Jack Benny; Ann-Margret; Francis Brunn; Ron Hagerthy; Olive Sturgess; George Burns; Don Wilson; Mahlon Merrick; H Cronjager; Pato Guzman; Rolland M Brooks; Glenn Turnbull; J R Whittredge; Kerwin Coughlin; Jack Finlay; Jack Hunsaker; William T Zacha; Cam McCulloch; Gustaf M Norin; Norbert Miles; Dixie-Lee Georgino; Ross Dowd; Glen Glenn; J & M Productions.; Thomas J. Lipton, Inc.; Desilu Productions.; CBS Television Network.
OCLC Number: 423056227
Notes: Comedy variety; situation comedy; series.
Broadcast date supplied from leader, head.
"Jack Benny, no 21"--Leader, head. "The Jack Benny show, prod. no. 6258-21"--Can.
Copyright notice on film: c1961 by J & M Productions, Inc.
Credits: Music scored and conducted by Mahlon Merrick. Director of photography, Henry Cronjager; art directors, Pato Guzman, Rolland M. Brooks; choreographer, Glenn Turnbull; production supervisor, W. Argyle Nelson; production manager, James Paisley; assistant director, Bud Grace; editorial supervisor, Bill Heath; film editor, J.R. Whittredge; casting director, Kerwin Coughlin; camera co-ordinator, Hal Burke; sound editor, Jack Finlay; music editor, Jack Hunsaker; costumes, William T. Zacha; sound mixer, Cam McCulloch; makeup, Gustaf M. Norin, Norbert Miles; hair stylist, Dixie-Lee Georgino; set dresser, Ross Dowd; sound, Glen Glenn; property master, Kenneth Westcott; script supervisor, Les Hoyle.
Performer(s): Cast: Ann Margret, Francis Brunn, Ron Hagerthy, Olive Sturgess. [George Burns. And this is Don Wilson].
Contents: Commercials: State Farm Insurance. Singing, animated. Here's Fearless Fred.
Other Titles: Jack Benny program (Television program).
Jack Benny program (Television program).
Jack Benny program (Television program).
Commercials. State Farm Insurance. Singing, animated. Here's Fearless Fred.
Responsibility: a J & M production ; [brought to you by] Lipton Tea ; filmed by Desilu ; directed and produced by Frederick De Cordova ; written by Sam Perrin, George Balzer, Al Gordon, Hal Goldman ; executive producer, Irving Fein.

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Benny presents Ann-Margret, but George Burns walks out instead. Benny claims to have discovered Ann-Margret on Burns' Las Vegas show, but Burns demands to be able to introduce her himself. She sings I ain't got nobody. Benny chats with her: she comes from Wilmette, Illinois, near Waukegan (eliciting a lengthy autobiography from Benny) and is a sophomore at Northwestern, majoring in geriatrics. Burns reminds Benny that he promised her a beautiful park scene in which to sing Have a good time, so Benny produces a park bench with two people on it that he found in Griffith Park. She sings. Burns comes out again, and Benny tries to kick him off-stage; first, Burns wants Benny to help him settle a bet he made with Groucho Marx that Benny would look just like Benjamin Franklin if he dressed up like him--and he does! "He was a good American, too, wasn't he?," says Benny. "Now go fly a kite," says Burns. For the Lipton tea commercial, Don Wilson brings out the two people who were on Benny's park bench; they are getting married tomorrow because they have discovered they have so much in common, including the fact that both drink Lipton Tea; however, when they discover she likes lemon and he likes milk, they quarrel and break up. Jack introduces Francis Brunn, a juggler, who does his act; Benny tries to join the act and ends up leaving on a stretcher.

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