8 Scenes of Jack Benny with Frank Nelson...Yesssssssssssssssssssssssssssss:)

8 Scenes of Jack Benny with Frank Nelson...Yesssssssssssssssssssssssssssss:)

8 Scenes of Jack Benny with Frank Nelson...Yesssssssssssssssssssssssssssss:)

Clips from 1954 thru Jack's Twentieth Anniversary Special in 1970
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Holdenon3
Holdenon3
I want that movie camera.  Give it to me!
Noel Newlon
Noel Newlon
Kind of like Jerry and Newman.
Ralph Mckenzie
Ralph Mckenzie
15:05 Merry Christmas!, none of that Happy Holidays bit. Better times.
Harry Bradshaw
Harry Bradshaw
What classical note is Jack Bennyplaying? 27:36
Alex Kettle
Alex Kettle
Don't you know lassie?
Ronnie Moore
Ronnie Moore
Frank Nelson is awesome!
hbsteve77
hbsteve77
Frank Nelson, an all-time comedy icon! The Jack Benny show and so many others on TV and especially radio in it's heyday. Thanks so much for sharing this. :-)
NeoGenMike
NeoGenMike
Frank Nelson can even make a commercial hilarious!
Michael Boyce
Michael Boyce
Frank faired heavily in the Episode with Oscar LeVant!
Nick Thomas
Nick Thomas
....and while we're at it, let's hear it for the writers!
Nick Thomas
Nick Thomas
Best Frank Nelson episode: The Trial Show with Raymond Burr. Nelson's character takes a different turn during the dream sequence and even Raymond Burr gets to do his best Nelson imitation; "Visibility was zero!".
laz4erin
laz4erin
Listening to the audio while doing my job at work helps me get through the day. Thank you so much.
robert szvetics
robert szvetics
its a shame that human beings like jack benny cant live forever
robert szvetics
robert szvetics
+jwhaler82 yessssssssssssssssssssssss
jwhaler82
jwhaler82
Or Frank Nelson! The world needs more Frank Nelson.
robert szvetics
robert szvetics
how could anyone give this a down vote what haters there are in this world
BabyBoomerChannel
BabyBoomerChannel
Imagine how funny this would be if we could hear the audio.
Spencer Frank Clayton
Spencer Frank Clayton
BabyBoomerChannel Why can't you? We can.
WilliamGarland
WilliamGarland
Hi everybody!
Wilmore
Wilmore
One reason for Jack Benny's extraordinary success was his unselfishness. He handed all the great lines to his cast members and allowed himself to be the butt of every joke.
pamla motown
pamla motown
love the way they dressed then, classically simple and grown up. stylish looks and dialogue. ..oh, and funny at 100 miles an hour!
pamla motown
pamla motown
should've said '100 miles a minute', except for Mr Benny's exquisitely funny pauses!
Robert Diotalevi
Robert Diotalevi
One word made a career! YEEEEEEEESSSSSSS.......
KiwiZepFan87
KiwiZepFan87
ROFL! I could watch these clips again and again! Brilliant stuff! They sure don't make 'em like they used to. Pretty sick of so-called 'modern comedy' with its rather contrived story lines. 7 people certainly don't have a sense of humour.
Ernie Tong
Ernie Tong
"You're breathing on my carnation!" "You walked in Lotus Blossom, nobody dragged you!" LOL
phoebecatgirl
phoebecatgirl
Frank Nelson and Jack Benny were perfect foils!
John Duffy III
John Duffy III
What a great human being Frank Nelson really was!
chieftp
chieftp
+John Duffy III uhooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo was he!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Patrick Ramstad
Patrick Ramstad
The shopping scene was hilarious
KiwiZepFan87
KiwiZepFan87
Loving it! Absolutely loving it!! Thank you so very much for uploading this!! :D
MyyyClips
MyyyClips
+KiwiZepFan87 You're Welcome...
DrPujasRedDot
DrPujasRedDot
Nice work :)
MUSICOM PRODUCTIONS
MUSICOM PRODUCTIONS
$30 seems cheap for a suit you're thinking? Well don't forget $30 was worth over $260.00 back in 1955. Similarly, a $150 suit would break the bank at over $1,300!
Bob Robinson
Bob Robinson
There was more emphasis on the "e" than the "s".
werksdesign
werksdesign
Jack Benny had often said that he didn't care who it was on the show who got the laughs just as long as the show was funny. 
cottagechskitty
cottagechskitty
So odd to see Mary on the TV show. As has been mentioned, she did very few TV episodes
Alex Shutter
Alex Shutter
cottagechskitty She was in 70 Episodes.
horarwgt
horarwgt
The bits with Frank Nelson were always terrific.  And yes, Mary did not like performing -- especially in front of a camera.  Therefore she made very few appearances on the TV show.   She much preferred to stay home and lavishly spend  Jack's money!  Note there's one slight continuity problem.  At 7:04 Jack is carried into the back room by a claerk who turns right.   At 7:15, Mary follows but turns left.
sr633
sr633
I thought I have seen all of Jack Benny's videos, but that color Kodak commercial near the end was all new to me.  Great Stuff !
Charles Bradley II
Charles Bradley II
LOVE the credit sequence!
Scott LaMont
Scott LaMont
I'm surprised to see Mary. Wasn't she only on a few episodes due to her ever-growing stage fright?
Janice Witzke
Janice Witzke
these were the  best shows,
Webley Webster
Webley Webster
Actually, I have heard interviews with Frank Nelson where he says this routine ended up type-casting him for the rest of his career.  He was glad for the money, but not for what it did to his career.
MUSICOM PRODUCTIONS
MUSICOM PRODUCTIONS
True, however, he did play "Mr. Ramsey" as Lucy Ricardo's neighbor when they moved to Connecticut. And as far his career went, he was VERY busy. Wikipedia claims he made over 10,000 appearances! Don't know how true that is - but the man worked PLENTY - AND was the head of AFTRA for a time.
Kelly02895
Kelly02895
Wow, please tell me that bit near the end was an ad for Kodak and not part of the show. If it was in the show itself, it's a heck of a plug.
pamla motown
pamla motown
+chieftp funny!
chieftp
chieftp
+Kelly02895 a great camera, but not as smooth and mild as a Lucky Strike cigarette - they're toasted!
werksdesign
werksdesign
+Kelly02895  ... That was part of the show and it was actually a throwback of how shows were once sponsored. It's interesting and fun to listen to a lot of the old radio programs and watch a lot of the '50's shows because during those days programs had only one sponsor, unlike the various commercials we have today. The sponsors would always get plugs written into the show. The sponsors of those programs also had a big say in the content of the programs. 
DDumbrille
DDumbrille
+MyyyClips Why did you feel it necessary to stretch the picture into a wide-screen format?  
MyyyClips
MyyyClips
I'm not sure what will make you happy:) It was part of the show:)
Andrew Fernandez
Andrew Fernandez
he was cheapest comidin of all times
ROBERT DIOTALEVI
ROBERT DIOTALEVI
If you are over 40 and I said “Yesssssssss” like Frank did you would know right away who I was doing. He even was on an episode of the Flintstones!
ROBERT DIOTALEVI
ROBERT DIOTALEVI
As himself, YESSSS!!!
Justin Kalman
Justin Kalman
Wow!  Is that Mary Livingston there?!  I forgot she was on the TV show for a short time.
alan cobain
alan cobain
frank nelson was a riot.
TheSeebeesee
TheSeebeesee
Weeell, Mexico City!! What are you running away from this time? LOL!
Astraldragon1
Astraldragon1
Jack Benny was funny and  Frank Nelson was great.
Ed Mace
Ed Mace
I had the pleasure of seeing him in concert where he played violin and performed his amazing comedy. He had great timing and had a talent for not laughing during his routines.Now THAT'S willpower! Jack Benny was one of a kind.So happy there are videos and DVDS available. I wish more comics were like him. Thanks for posting these!
Ed Mace
Ed Mace
Wow that's awesome Phoebe! He was such a great entertainer and very humble too. Anytime I want a good laugh,I just look him up and sit back.  : )
phoebecatgirl
phoebecatgirl
+Ed Mace My parents were lucky enough to attend a concert that was for fund-raising for Ravinia Park after there had been a fire destroying much of the stage - the key performer was Jack Benny. I would have loved to have been there, but I was only about 2 o3 3 years old!
Agslions
Agslions
Thank you for posting this!
Bon Scott
Bon Scott
Love it