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One scene from The Perils of Pauline. Betty Hutton plays Pearl White the silent movie actress known for stunts and cliffhangers. It follows her story from getting into a theater company, her affair with the manager and then her working in movies. Full film available upon request.
The Jack Benny Program 5-23-1954. Bob Hope steals Jack's pants from his dressing room so that Bob can do the monologue instead. Jack comes out wearing Don's oversized pants and Don comes out wearing Jack's small pants. Jack and Bob are explorers in Africa who are attacked by cannibals and thrown into a huge stew pot. Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis run in to help cannibals with a match.
The Jack Benny Program 10-23-1955 with guests Peggy King and Art Linkletter. Art Linkletter interviews kids like his in his show Kids Say The Darndest Things and hysteria takes over.
Jack Benny's contract is up and he visits his sponsor to make sure it will be renewed. Fred Allen ties to undermine him and get his show. Hiding in the background is Eddie Cantor who is also trying to steal the show. Hilarity ensues.
Jack Benny has a talent show. Before the talent show Jayne Mansfield makes Ann appearance and Rochester with the Sportsmen Quartet perform a song and dance number. Mel Blanc is a talent show contestant and a funny girl singing group and jujutsu act follow.
Jack Benny gets woken up in the middle of the night by a disc jockey and his entire day goes haywire. Later his goes shopping with his wife Mary to buy a suit and the havoc continues.
Jack Benny plays a detective going after a murder suspect played by Humphrey Bogart. Bogart is dragged into the station to be interrogated by Jack Benny.
A western musical comedy film starring Roy Rogers, Jane Frazee, Andy Devine, and Trigger. Roy returns home to his ranch to find things aren't exactly as he left them.
A clip from the trailer for the film The Human Comedy featuring the names and faces of the star studded cast.
A comedic silent film about a man who can't keep out of trouble. Written, directed, and starring Bert Williams, a popular African American showman of the early 1900s.