Jack Benny was a regular on his own radio program since 1932. He brought the program, with his underplayed humor, to TV along with his radio regulars. Jack, who remained 39-years-old, kept his money in his basement and drove his old Maxwell car just as he had done on the radio. Written by
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In the early years this was originally titled "The Lucky Strike Program" after the show's sponsor, Lucky Strike cigarettes, which had also sponsored Jack Benny
's radio program. The 16mm television syndication prints had the title cards replaced with ones that gave the title as either "The Jack Benny Program" or "The Jack Benny Show". Footage of Benny welcoming the audience to "The Lucky Strike Program" remained intact. See more
[Jack picks up a jar from the dresser
Hey, wait a minute. What kind of make up is this?
Well, you said you wanted something to make you look nice and tanned.
I know, but peanut butter?
I want to look tanned, not lumpy.
Referenced in B.C.: The First Thanksgiving
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