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The Jack Benny Program

Season 3 Episode 6

Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Mar 22, 1953 on CBS
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Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde
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The sketch is a take-off on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde with Jack playing both of the title roles. Bob Crosby, as a medical student, performs "A Foggy Day in London Town." The good doctor's new potion turns him into a murderous madman who recycles one of his patients into a teaching skeleton. Hyde is finally brought down by another patient who's pumped up with vitamins.moreless

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    Don Wilson

    Don Wilson

    Himself / British Bobby

    Dennis Day

    Dennis Day

    Himself

    Jack Benny

    Jack Benny

    Himself / Dr. Jekyll / Mr. Hyde

    Jeanne Cagney

    Jeanne Cagney

    Good Nurse Cavendish

    Guest Star

    Ida Moore

    Ida Moore

    Elderly Woman with Vitamins

    Guest Star

    Leo Britt

    Leo Britt

    Man in Park

    Guest Star

    Bob Crosby

    Bob Crosby

    Himself / Dr. Chutney

    Recurring Role

    Iris Adrian

    Iris Adrian

    Evil Nurse Cavendish

    Recurring Role

    Mel Blanc

    Mel Blanc

    Mr. Yorkshire

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • (in monologue, discussing his hospitalization last month)
        Jack: Years ago when i wasn't making much money, I had the same thing and it was a plain stomachache. Now it's pancreatitis...and eight hundred dollars!

      • Jack: I stopped in to see that poor Higgins family across the tracks.
        Nurse: You mean the one with twelve children?
        Jack: Yes. The father isn't working, they have no clothes, there's no heat in the house...and this morning I operated on their youngest son.
        Nurse: What was wrong with him?
        Jack: Not a thing. I just felt that I ought to do something.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Jack had already done take-offs on Jekyll/Hyde on his radio program on 4/7/1933, 3/31/1935, 11/30/1941 and 12/7/1941, and 1/27/1952.

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