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The Jack Benny program. [1964-02-18, Jack takes violin lessons]

Author: Norman AbbottSam PerrinGeorge BalzerAl GordonHal GoldmanAll authors
Publisher: United States : CBS Television Network, [1964-02-18], ©1963 [i.e. ©1964]
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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Coming home from his show, Jack receives a message to call a Dr. Johnson. The doctor asks him to come right over. Dr. Johnson is a psychiatrist who has found a man with amnesia who keeps repeating Jack's name. Jack identifies the amnesia victim as Professor Le Blanc, his old violin teacher; in flashback, we see he has gone crazy because Jack plays so badly. To cure Le Blanc, Jack plays his violin beautifully, and Le  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Situation comedies
Comedy variety
Humor
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Norman Abbott; Sam Perrin; George Balzer; Al Gordon; Hal Goldman; Irving Fein; Mahlon Merrick; Nick Musuraca; Raymond Beal; J R Whittredge; John McCarthy, Jr.; Julia Heron; Theron O Kellum; Stanley Wilson; Vincent Dee; Jack Barron; Florence Bush; Jack Benny; Mel Blanc; Herbert Rudley; Naomi Stevens; Eddie Anderson; Revue Productions.; J & M Productions.; General Foods Corporation.; Universal City Studios.; CBS Television Network.
OCLC Number: 423057928
Notes: Situation comedy; comedy variety; series.
Episode title from leader, head. Episode title given as Jack takes violin lesson in: Copyright catalog, 1960-1969.
Bracketed name in cast credits supplied by cataloger.
Originally broadcast Tuesday evening, February 18, 1964, 9:30 to 10 p.m, on CBS, according to: Leader, head, and The Complete directory to prime time network TV shows, 1946-present / Tim Brooks. 1979.
"Prod #23918"--Leader, head.
Copyright: Revue-J & M Productions; 13Feb64 (in notice: 1963); LP27484.
Credits: Music scored and conducted by Mahlon Merrick. Director of photography, Nick Musuraca. Art director, Raymond Beal; film editor, J.R. Whittredge; assistant director, Charles S. Gould; set decorators, John McCarthy and Julia Heron; sound, Theron O. Kellum, and associate producer, Hal Burke. Editorial Dept. Head, David J. O'Connell; musical supervision, Stanley Wilson; costume supervisor, Vincent Dee; makeup, Jack Barron; hair stylist, Florence Bush.
Performer(s): Cast: Mel Blanc, Herb Rudley, Naomi Stevens. [Eddie Anderson].
Contents: Commercials: JELL-O. This is a machine that thinks up meals --
Minute Rice. The one rice you don't boil --
Maxwell House Coffee. Tastes as good as it smells --
State Farm Car Insurance. Meet Wendell Chan[?], automobile buff --
The New Phil Silvers show : television promo.
Other Titles: Jack Benny program (Television program).
Jack Benny program (Television program).
Jack takes violin lessons.
Jack takes violin lesson.
Commercials. JELL-O.
Commercials. Minute Rice.
Commercials. Maxwell House Coffee.
Commercials. State Farm Insurance.
New Phil Silvers show--television promo.
Responsibility: a Revue--J & M production ; [brought to you by] JELL-O, Minute Rice, [and] Maxwell House Coffee ; filmed at the studios of Universal City ; directed and produced by Norman Abbott ; written by Sam Perrin, George Balzer, Al Gordon, Hal Goldman ; executive producer, Irving Fein.

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Coming home from his show, Jack receives a message to call a Dr. Johnson. The doctor asks him to come right over. Dr. Johnson is a psychiatrist who has found a man with amnesia who keeps repeating Jack's name. Jack identifies the amnesia victim as Professor Le Blanc, his old violin teacher; in flashback, we see he has gone crazy because Jack plays so badly. To cure Le Blanc, Jack plays his violin beautifully, and Le Blanc, realizing he is not a failure as a violin teacher, recovers. Jack asks the doctor not to reveal that he is such a good violinist because he has made so much money as a bad one.

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