The Jack Benny Program

Season 5 Episode 10

Four O'Clock In The Morning Show

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Feb 06, 1955 on CBS
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Four O'Clock In The Morning Show
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Jack is awakened by a 4 AM phone call from Hank, the all-night DJ, asking an inane trivia question. Unable to sleep, he goes for a walk and drops by Don Wilson's house, where the Sportsmen Quartet sing "When the Red Red Robin." Sleepy by the afternoon, Mary drags Jack off to a to buy a new suit at a clothing store managed by Frank Nelson. Benny falls asleep on his feet and is mistaken by store employees for a mannequin. When he wakes up, he's been redressed and is standing in the window display holding a fishing pole. Jack goes for Nelson's throat when he learns he advertises on Hank's all-night radio show.moreless

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    Bea Benaderet

    Bea Benaderet

    Operator

    Guest Star

    Stephen Downer

    Stephen Downer

    Clothing Store Assistant

    Guest Star

    Robert Spencer

    Robert Spencer

    Passer-by

    Guest Star

    Mary Livingstone

    Mary Livingstone

    Herself

    Recurring Role

    Herb Vigran

    Herb Vigran

    Hank, the All-Night DJ

    Recurring Role

    Bea Benaderet

    Bea Benaderet

    Operator (voice only)

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Jack can't believe how clear the air is at 5 AM. From his front porch, he sees the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. He puts on his glasses and sees the Eiffel Tower.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Mary: (when she can't find Jack in the clothing store) Mr. Nelson, this is serious. Do something!
        Frank Nelson: Oh, all right. I'll call the police and and tell them to send out a 7-0-5 and a half.
        Mary: A 7-0-5 and a half? What is that?
        Frank: Look...but not too hard.

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