The Jack Benny Program

Season 4 Episode 3

Humphrey Bogart Show

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Oct 25, 1953 on CBS
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Jack's monologue is interrupted by Bob Crosby, who's upset that his song was cut from the show, and by Don, who's angry that he's not a part of this week's commercial. In the sketch, officers haul "Baby Face" Bogart into the police station. He tells Detective Benny he knows nothing about the murder of Blinky Mason. Benny tries to get rough but Bogart keeps slapping him back. During the interrogation, "Baby Face" launches into the Lucky Strike commercial and sings their jingle. He pulls a gun on Detective Benny, who runs fleeing from the building. In the epilogue, Jack thanks Humphrey Bogart and plugs his new picture, Beat the Devil.moreless

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    Sara Berner

    Sara Berner

    Slim Fingers Sara

    Guest Star

    Humphrey Bogart

    Humphrey Bogart

    "Baby Face" Bogart

    Guest Star

    Bob Crosby

    Bob Crosby

    Himself

    Recurring Role

    Benny Rubin

    Benny Rubin

    O'Brien

    Recurring Role

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      • Jack: (after Don storms off) I can't understand why I have so much trouble with everybody in my cast. But everybody. Always complaining, Always unhappy. I don't know. Maybe if I gave them more money. Nahhh. Better they should be unhappy instead of me.

      • Detective Wilson: Here's Officer Sweeney's report. You know, he went over to Brooklyn to pick up that stripteaser.
        Detective Benny: Stripteaser? That was four days ago.
        Detective Wilson: Yeah, I know. Sweeney wants to make sure she's guilty before he brings her in.
        Detective Benny: I tried to arrest her myself, but I couldn't get anything on her.

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