|Title||:||allens alley spoof with ink spots|
|Plot||:||+ The Lucky Strike Program Starring Jack Benny. February 12, 1950. Sponsored by: Lucky Strike. The program originates from New York. A funny show! Jack is staying at the Acme Plaza. Jack puts a clothespin on his nose to imitate Fred Allen down in "Allen's Alley" (making fun of a program that no longer existed). The question asked is, "Do you think television will replace radio?" Three of Fred Allen's residents of the "Alley" reply. This is a network, sponsored version of cat. #51260. The Ink Spots do a great commercial to the tune of, "If I Didn't Care." The Jack Benny Program was first broadcast on the Blue Network on 2nd May 1932. With his capable cast of supporting players Benny made his show into one of great radio comedy shows. What was so special about this golden-age classic is Benny's ability to come across as a likeable guy despite being vain, argumentative, and a skinflint. People related to Benny and his willingness to often give the best comedy lines in the show to his supporting cast made him popular with listeners, guests and colleagues. This is classic comedy that is still funny sixty years later.|
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