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Author: Jack Benny Narrator: Unspecified Publisher: Radio Spirits Format: Original Staging Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: November 2006 ISBN:
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This collection contains five Christmas radio classics from The Jack Benny Program:

  • Jack Buys Don a Wallet for Christmas (December 19, 1948)
  • Christmas Tree Decoration (December 23, 1951)
  • Setting Up the Christmas Tree (December 21, 1952)
  • Cactus Christmas Tree (December 20, 1953)
  • Jack Is Christmas Shopping (December 5, 1954)

For over 20 years, Jack Benny was a star of radio, from its golden age in the 1930s to the 1950s, when he moved to television. Benny, who began his entertainment career in vaudeville with a comic violin act, developed a radio persona as a well-mannered but often comically frustrated - and miserly - eccentric surrounded by a group of oddball characters. The shows feature many hilarious skits.

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About the Author

Author Jack Benny

Jack Benny (1894–1974) was an American comedian; vaudevillian; radio, television, and film actor; and violinist. Widely considered to be one of the top entertainers of the century, Benny portrayed his character as a miser, playing his violin badly. In character, he would claim to be thirty-nine years of age, regardless of his actual age. Benny was known for his impeccable comedic timing and the ability to create laughter with a pregnant pause or a single expression. His radio and television programs, popular from the 1930s to the 1970s, were a major influence on the sitcom genre.