Jack Carter's scheduled guests vaudeville comedian/actor James Barton, singer/pianist Joan Edwards, ukulele musician/bandleader Ed Smeck, and comic Ed Wynn.
Jack Carter's scheduled guests include opera star Rise Stevens, Barbara Jo Allen as Vera Vague, and actress Connie Sawyer.
Jack Carter's guests include singer/actress Martha Wright and actor Edward Arnold. Wright joins in a "gay 90s" sketch with millionaires competing for her affections, and sings a duet with regular Donald Richards. Bill Callahan dances.
Jack Carter's guest is Nancy Andrews. She plays Josephine to Carter's Napoleon in a sketch, and they team up to show the private home life of a burglar.
Jack Carter's scheduled guests include actress Gloria DeHaven and film actor James Dunn, with regulars Donald Richards and Bill Callahan. Richards sings "Danny Boy." DeHaven, Carter, and Dunn play an old-time vaudeville act.
Jack Carter's scheduled guests include actress Gloria DeHaven and vocalists the DeMarco Sisters, with regulars singer Donald Richards and dancer Bill Callahan. Sketches include variations on a football coach instructing his players.
Jack Carter's guests include actor David Niven and singer Dorothy Claire. Regulars include Bill Callahan and Donald Richards. With the World Series ending earlier in the day, Carter plays a baseball fan who insists on realism when watching the games on TV: he has his wife dress as a hotdog vendor, etc. Claire sings "Home Cooking" with Carter. The finale is "Life Begins in Hades" with Carter as the devil. Niven plays an upscale hobo who'd sold his soul. Richards sings "You Are Flame." Callahan does a ribbon dance.moreless
Jack Carter's scheduled guests include actor Cesar Romero, singer/actress Patricia Morison and singer/dancer Valerie Bettis and regular Donald Richards. Comedy includes a gangster sketch.
Jack Carter's guests include Metropolitan Opera star Gladys Swarthout, actress Vera Vague, and dancers the Berry Brothers. In a take-off on opera, Carter plays Escamillo, Vague as Carmen and regular Donald Richards as Don Jose. Richards sings "Soliloquy" and joins Carter in a satire of TV merchandising as Roy Richards and Skip-a-long Carter. Swarthout sings "Habanera" from "Carmen."moreless