The Jack Benny Program: Season 4, Episode 10

Goldie, Fields and Glide (21 Mar. 1954)

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Jack starts recalling his old vaudeville days and the tours he made with his two partners--Bing Crosby and George Burns--in their act billed as "Goldie, Fields and Glide".

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Jack starts recalling his old vaudeville days and the tours he made with his two partners--Bing Crosby and George Burns--in their act billed as "Goldie, Fields and Glide".

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The Gypsy in My Soul
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Music by Clay Boland
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28 September 2010 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Reviewer hte is right—the writing in this entry is sharp, much funnier than in the Bogart and Liberace episodes. I notice Benny had added several new writers, which may be the reason. Anyway, this half hour is on film, creating the opportunity for visual tricks, such as the Rube Goldberg hammock contraption.

The cheesy vaudeville act with Burns, Crosby and Benny is really quite charming, nothing fancy, just nicely easy-going. Bob Hope is unbilled, but makes a surprise cameo appearance that ends the skit on an unexpected note. I get the feeling that the four of them not only get along well on-screen, but off-screen as well. All in all, this is the kind of half-hour that kept the show on the air for all those great years.


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