The Jack Benny Program Season 7

Season 7

The Jack Benny Program Season 7

First Air Date: September 23, 1956

First Aired on    :   1956
Episodes    :   16 episodes



Episodes

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7x16 Visit from the IRS (April 21, 1957)



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7x15 Mary's May Company Reunion (April 07, 1957)



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7x14 Jack in Paris (March 24, 1957)



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7x13 Jack Falls Into a Canal in Venice (March 10, 1957)



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7x12 Hope and Benny in Agent's Office (February 24, 1957)



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7x11 Goodwin Knight & George Jessel Show (February 10, 1957)



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7x10 The Fiddler (January 27, 1957)



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7x09 Jack and Mary in Rome (January 13, 1957)



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7x08 Talent Show (December 30, 1956)


During Jack's monologue about his Christmas gifts, Don comes out to announce a purse has been found. It turns out to belong to Jayne Mansfield, who was sitting in the audience when the usher grabbed her purse she considers this to be a pretty sneaky way to get a guest star. Jack mentions The Girl Can't Help It, her latest picture. The Sportsmen Quartet and Rochester perform New Year's in Trinidad for the Lucky Strike ad. In the sketch, Jack hosts a talent contest. Mel Blanc plays an animal impersonator. The Landrew Sisters trio sings Did you ever see a dream walking. Leon Salvadore, a judo champ, is beaten by the six big men he asserts he will beat.


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7x07 The Mikado (December 16, 1956)



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7x06 Jack Locked in the Tower of London (December 02, 1956)



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7x05 Jack's Maxwell Is Stolen (November 18, 1956)


Rochester calls Jack in the middle of his monologue to tell him his Maxwell has been stolen. While he goes to the Beverly Hills Police Station, the Sportsmen cover for him, singing 'Puttin' on my top hat' while they get dressed on stage. Jack is amazed at the sumptuousness of the police station. Eventually the car is found; it has been returned to Jack's house by the thieves.


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7x04 Jack Is Invited to the Ronald Colmans (November 04, 1956)



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7x03 George Gobel & Red Skelton Show (October 21, 1956)



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7x02 George Burns & Spike Jones Show (October 07, 1956)



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7x01 Alfred Wallenstein Show (September 23, 1956)





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