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The Jack Benny program

Author: Mel BlancJames V KernSam PerrinJack BennyDon Wilson; et al; All authors
Publisher: [New York : Jewish Media Fund, 1997]
Series: Jewish heritage video collection, CO 134.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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The violin-playing master of comic understatement appears in two of his most famous programs from the golden age of television. This pair of episodes from the 1958 season spotlights Benny at his loveable cheapskate, self-assured best, valet Rochester Anderson. The "Christmas Show" places Benny in one of his usual spending dilemmas, and a trip to "The Railroad Station" sets train travel back ten years.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Mel Blanc; James V Kern; Sam Perrin; Jack Benny; Don Wilson; Eddie Anderson; Frank Nelson; Charles Cantor; Maxine Semon; Richard Deacon; Rolfe Sedan; Paul Maxey; Benny Rubin; J & M Productions.; Jewish Media Fund.; et al
OCLC Number: 43391658
Notes: 2 classic episodes of the television program.
Videocassette release of the 1958 television program by J & M Productions, Inc.
Credits: Music, Mahlon Merrick.
Cast: Jack Benny, Don Wilson, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Mel Blanc, Frank Nelson, Charlie Cantor, Maxine Semon, Richard Deacon, Rolfe Sedan, Paul Maxey, Benny Rubin.
Description: 1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., b&w ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: The christmas show --
The railroad station.
Series Title: Jewish heritage video collection, CO 134.
Other Titles: Christmas show.
Railroad station.
Responsibility: J & M Productions, Inc. ; producer-director, James V. Kern ; writers, Sam Perrin ... [et al.].

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The violin-playing master of comic understatement appears in two of his most famous programs from the golden age of television. This pair of episodes from the 1958 season spotlights Benny at his loveable cheapskate, self-assured best, valet Rochester Anderson. The "Christmas Show" places Benny in one of his usual spending dilemmas, and a trip to "The Railroad Station" sets train travel back ten years.

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