The Jack Benny Program: Season 7, Episode 5

Jack's Maxwell Is Stolen (18 Nov. 1956)

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Jack panics when Rochester informs him that his Maxwell automobile has been stolen from his garage and they immediately race to the opulent Beverly Hills police station where the dispatcher... See full summary »

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Jack panics when Rochester informs him that his Maxwell automobile has been stolen from his garage and they immediately race to the opulent Beverly Hills police station where the dispatcher plays Elvis Presley and Lawrence Welk records between making police calls. The police discover the crooks have returned the car and apprehend one of the perpetrators who broke his toe kicking the car's tire. Written by David Bassler

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Per the title, the Maxwell was a gag on the Jack Benny radio show. The Maxwell was an antique car even in the 1930's. The sound effect of the car was made by Mel Blanc which was always on the verge of collapsing with a "phat-phat-bang!" See more »

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Remade as The Jack Benny Program: Police Station Show (1962) See more »

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Love Me Tender
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Music by George R. Poulton
Lyrics by W.W. Fosdick
Performed by Elvis Presley
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