The Al Jolson Show was a musical variety show on NBC and CBS. It went on-air on 1932, and ended in 1949. The star of the show was no less than Al Jolson, an extremely popular radio personality at the time the show was broadcast. He was also famous as a comedian and singer during the Golden Age of Radio. His status as a radio star paved way for him to be a frequent guest on other successful radio variety shows back then. Jolson, in fact, became known as "The World's Greatest Entertainer."
- Radio Shows
Please enjoy these 10 old time radio episodes:
|01.05.1943||guest monty woolley||
+ Join in the fun and laughter down at Duffy’s Tavern with manager Archie and his staff and with a...
+ Musical entertainment and comedy banter from Al Jolson and his co-star Monty Woolley. Al Jolson's ...
|02.12.1948||guests charles laughton and eddie cantor|
|03.04.1948||guest cary grant|
|03.25.1948||guest clifton webb|
|04.15.1948||guest charles boyer|
+ Be prepared for lots of musical fun and entertainment in The Kraft Music Hall starring Al Jolson w...
|04.21.1949||guest jimmy durante||
+ Be prepared for lots of musical fun and entertainment in The Music Hall starring Al Jolson with Os...
|05.26.1949||guest groucho marx||
+ Musical entertainment and comedy banter from two of the greatest names in entertainment from the f...
Other "Variety" Shows you may enjoy:
- Al trace and his silly symphonists
- Doodle for dollars
- Chill wills show
- Gibson pioneer roundup
- Masters music room, the