+ The Jimmy Durante Show is a 51-episode half-hour comedy/variety program presented live on NBC from October 2, 1954 to June 23, 1956. The program was televised at Club Durant. Each episode usually ended with Durante's catchphrase, "Good night, Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are!", an apparent reference to Durante's deceased first wife.-WikiPedia Click here to read more about Jimmy Durante Show, The
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Please enjoy these 43 old time radio episodes:
|N/A||baseball season opens||
+ The big league baseball season has opened and like guys all over the country Jimmy and Don can thi...
|N/A||durante and moore camel comedy caravan||
+ Camel Cigarettes sponsors the Comedy Caravan starring Jimmy Durante and Garry Moore with music by ...
|N/A||the three musketeers||
+ Jimmy Durante with costar Alan Young.
+ Sponsored by: Rexall ( ). The program originates from the Fox Beverly Theatre, Los Angeles. A bond...
+Rexall Drugstore presents Jimmy Durante and Garry Moore. Along with Durante and Moore are Suzanne E...
|10.01.1947||guest greer garson||
+From Hollywood The Jimmy Durante Show starring Jimmy Durante with Peggy Lee, Arthur Treacher, Candy...
|10.08.1947||jimmy and eddie cantor remember their early years||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall Drugs. Guest Eddie Cantor and Jimmy reminisce about the good old days of sho...
|10.22.1947||arthur treacher moves in with jimmy||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall Drugs. Jo Stafford substituting for ailing Peggy Lee. Jimmy and guest Victor ...
|10.29.1947||making a movie with lucille ball||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall Drugs. Guest Lucille Ball plays opposite Jimmy in a drama.From Hollywood Rex...
|11.05.1947||jimmy sings with bing crosby||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall Drugstores. 10:30 P.M. Jimmy tries to get guest Bing Crosby to sing his new s...
|11.12.1947||guest dorothy lamour||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall. Jimmy sings, "The State Of Arkansas." Dorothy sings, "Let's Pick Up Where We...
|11.26.1947||preparing a live turkey for thanksgiving||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall. Treacher has been selling raffle tickets on Durante's turkey. Jimmy and Vict...
|12.03.1947||guest charles boyer||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall Drugs. The whole cast does "Cyrano de Bergerac" with guess-who playing the lo...
|12.10.1947||boris karloff as happy sam the record man||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall Drugs. Jimmy visits the spooky home of guest Boris Karloff.From Hollywood The...
|12.17.1947||guest victor moore||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall Drugs. Guest Victor Moore helps Jimmy's political aspirations (he's running ...
|12.24.1947||christmas eve at home||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall Drugs. Christmas show. Guest Margaret O'Brien makes the rounds with jolly Jim...
|12.31.1947||new years eve with red skelton||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall Drugs. While hospitalized, Jimmy's place is taken by Red Skelton and Garry Mo...
|01.07.1948||the road to pismo beach with bob hope||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall. Bob Hope substituting for Jimmy Durante, who is recuperating. Bob and guest ...
|01.14.1948||killer moore the boxer frank morgan subs||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall Drugs. Frank Morgan substituting for Jimmy. Frank is training guest Victor M...
|01.21.1948||captain jolies showboat al jolson subs||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall. Captain Jolie's Showboat. From Hollywood it’s the Jimmy Durante Show with ...
|01.28.1948||jimmy returns to the show||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall. Jimmy returns after a four week illness. Guest Victor Moore and Jimmy do a c...
|02.04.1948||bear wrestling at the county fair||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall. Jimmy and guest Victor Moore go "Courtin' Corabelle" back in the good old da...
|02.11.1948||jimmys birthday party||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall. It Jimmy's nose's birthday, and Jimmy's throwing it a party. Guest is Victor...
|02.18.1948||jimmy and victor go to a nightclub||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall. "Trickle," the son of "Mr. Ripple," loses his place in the script. Jimmy and...
|02.25.1948||jimmy and victor go to a racetrack||
+ Sponsored by: Rexall Drugs. Jimmy is suffering from insomnia and so guest Victor Moore takes him t...
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