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Fred Allen moments on What's My Line?

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By demand ~ I do not own anything, it is a fan video

1953-04-19 The Jack Benny Program "Fred Allen Show" Season 3 Episode 7

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Fred Allen crashes Jack Benny's show! (Roxy Theater, NYC 1947)

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Future WML panelist Fred Allen crashes the stage of Jack's 1947 live show at the Roxy Theater in NYC to demand. . . a ticket refund! This precious footage comes from "The Great Radio Comedians", a fantastic PBS documentary that I've just posted to the recently launched Vintage Comedy Vault channel. Featuring rare video of legendary vintage comedians (focusing mainly on Jack Benny, Burns & Allen, and the Marx Brothers), the original Vintage Comedy Vault was my first channel on YouTube, unceremoniously deleted due to a series of outrageous copyright strikes in 2015. Some videos I'll be posting were previously on the original VCV channel, but there's quite a lot that will be brand new. Please consider subscribing to the new channel, and if you like what you see, please remember, too, to upvote the videos and leave comments it really helps! Click here for the complete "The Great Radio Comedians" documentary (in very good video quality!): 🤍 Click here to subscribe to the Vintage Comedy Vault channel: 🤍 - Please click here to subscribe to the WML channel if you haven't already you'll find the complete CBS series already posted, and you'll be able to get notifications of new video posts: 🤍 Join our Facebook group for WML great discussions, photos, etc, and great people! 🤍

Fred Allen Comedy Old Time Radio Shows All Night Long

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Fred Allen Comedy Old Time Radio Shows All Night Long #oldtimeradio #otr #comedy Check Out Our Other Streaming Old Time Radio Channel: 🤍 TIMESTAMPS 00:00 GRAB IT OR LEAVE IT 43:28 THE SEA BUZZARD 1:25:00 DEATH TAKES A BONIFACE 2:08:11 THE STORY OF BRAMSON SNIDE 2:52:48 MOUNTAIN JUSTICE 3:38:48 THE GREAT DEPARTMENT STORE DILEMMA 4:24:30 DEATH COMES TO THE MYSTERY STORY WRITER 5:06:05 THE DENTISTS PLIGHT 5:49:08 SANTA CLAUSE SITS DOWN 6:35:28 OTTO HOTTENDORF 7:19:13 AMATUER OF THE MONTH 8:21:34 ALL IS NOT GOLD THAT GLITTERS 9:22:43 THE SPECIALISTS QUANDARY EMAIL: CHARLIECHANFAN00🤍GMAIL.COM Help Support The Show Here: BUY ME A COFFEE: 🤍 SUPPORT THE SHOW: 🤍 DINO'S OLD TIME RADIO PAGE: 🤍

Fred Allen and Groucho Trade Ad Libs! (1952) [AUDIO]

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There are very few recorded examples of Groucho and Fred Allen performing together in any capacity. Here's 8 minutes of audio of Groucho shooting the breeze with Fred Allen 100% spontaneously after the recording of Fred's pilot for "Two for the Money" (a show which ultimately ended up hosted by Herb Shriner). How many times do you get to hear a recording of two of the greatest ad lib comedians in history casually chatting without a script in front of a studio audience? Beyond the great laughs in this clip, it's quite apparent how deep their mutual respect and admiration was. I have no idea what the circumstances were behind this recording ever being made, let alone preserved and circulated among collectors, but we're very lucky that this exists. I actually think Fred Allen comes out a bit ahead of Groucho in this exchange, but it's really too close to call. - Please click here to subscribe to the WML channel if you haven't already you'll find the complete CBS series already posted, and get notifications when new videos are posted: 🤍 Join our Facebook group for WML great discussions, photos, etc, and great people! 🤍

Fred Allen - Kate Smith - Jack Benny Show

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The Jack Benny Program was a hit on radio and TV for more than 3 decades. Jack's show is generally regarded as a high-water mark in 20th-century American comedy. Best of 🤍ChestertonRadio on Elfland Radio - our all-day live stream: 🤍 Benny Playlist: 🤍 Originally Broadcast 3/27/1938 Jack Benny – played himself. Protagonist of the show, Benny is a comic, vain, penny-pinching miser, insisting on remaining 39 years old on stage despite his actual age, and often playing the violin badly. Eddie Anderson – Rochester Van Jones, Jack's valet and chauffeur. Early in the show's run, he often talked of gambling or going out with women. Later on, he generally complained about his salary. Don Wilson – Himself. Don generally opened the show and also did the commercials. He was the target of Jack's jokes, mostly about his weight. Gene McNulty – Dennis Day, a vocalist perpetually in his 20s (by the time of the last television series, McNulty was 49 years old). He was sweet but not very bright. When called upon, he could use a wide variety of accents, which was especially useful in plays. He usually sang a song about 10 minutes into the program. If the episode was a flashback to a previous time, a ruse would be used such as Dennis singing his song for Jack so he could hear it before the show. McNulty adopted the name "Dennis Day" as his stage name for the rest of his career. Sadie Marks – Mary Livingstone, a sarcastic comic foil whose varying roles all served as, to use the description of Fred Allen, "a girl to insult (Jack)." Marks, who in real life was Benny's wife, later legally changed her name to "Mary Livingstone" in response to the character's popularity. Her role on the program was reduced in the 1950s due to increasing stage fright, and Livingstone finally retired from acting in 1958. Phil Harris – Himself. A skirt-chasing, arrogant, hip-talking bandleader who constantly put Jack down (in a mostly friendly way, of course). He referred to Mary as "Livvy" or "Liv", and Jack as "Jackson". Harris explained this once by saying it's "as close as I can get to jackass and still be polite" Spun off into The Phil Harris–Alice Faye Show (1946–1954) with his wife, actress Alice Faye. Harris left the radio show in 1952 and his character did not make the transition to television Chesterton Radio Podcasting the Classics! Works of G.K. Chesterton and Friends Plus, Drama, Comedy, Mystery, Science Fiction and more Chuck the TV and discover a whole new world! True - Good - Beautiful The Soundtrack for your Chesterton Day! Our 24/7 Live Stream - Elfland Radio is here: 🤍 Your support is the only thing that keeps Chesterton Radio on the Air! 🤍 🤍 🤍 Programs on Chesterton Radio are sponsored by: MachineDesignPro.com: Engineering and Product Development Services 🤍 BatteryJobs.com: Energy Career Portal - Electric Vehicle - Lead-Acid - Lithium - Solar 🤍 Contact us to learn how you or your company can become a Chesterton Radio sponsor: 🤍 Do you enjoy the variety on Chesterton Radio? Like, Share and Subscribe to be notified of our new shows Discover new Chesterton Radio shows in our Playlists! 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Follow us on social media 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Fred Allen Documentary - Hollywood Walk of Fame

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John Florence Sullivan , known professionally as Fred Allen, was an American comedian. His absurdist, topically pointed radio program The Fred Allen Show made him one of the most popular and forward-looking humorists in the Golden Age of American radio. His best-remembered gag was his long-running mock feud with friend and fellow comedian Jack Benny, but it was only part of his appeal; radio historian John Dunning wrote that Allen was perhaps radio's most admired comedian and most frequently censored. A master ad libber, Allen often tangled with his network's executives while developing routines whose style and substance influenced fellow comic talents, including Groucho Marx, Stan Freberg, Henry Morgan and Johnny Carson; his avowed fans also included President Franklin D. Roosevelt, humorist James Thurber, and novelists William Faulkner, John Steinbeck and Herman Wouk . Allen was honored with stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for contributions to television and radio. Childhood John Florence Sullivan was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Irish Catholic parents. Allen barely knew his mother, Cecilia Herlihy Sullivan, who died of pneumonia when he was not quite three years old. Along with his father, James Henry Sullivan, and his infant brother Robert, Allen was taken in by one of his mother's sisters, "my aunt Lizzie", around whom he focused the first chapter of his second memoir, Much Ado About Me. His father was so shattered by his mother's death that, according to Allen, he drank more heavily. His aunt suffered as well; her husband Michael was partially paralyzed by lead poisoning shortly after they married, leaving him mostly unable to work, something Allen remembered as causing contention among Lizzie's sisters. Eventually, Allen's father remarried and offered his sons the choice between coming with him and his new wife or staying with Aunt Lizzie. Allen's younger brother chose to go with their father, but Allen decided to stay with his aunt. "I never regretted it", he wrote.

Best of Jack Benny - Fred Allen Feud - Vaudeville Days - Family Comedy

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On April 5, 1936, Benny began his famous radio feud with rival Fred Allen when he satirized Allen's show. Allen kicked the feud off on his own show on December 30, 1936, after child violinist Stuart Canin gave a performance of François Schubert's The Bee credibly enough that Allen wisecracked about "a certain alleged violinist" who should by comparison be ashamed of himself. Benny, who listened to the Allen show, answered in kind at the end of his January 3, 1937, show, and the two comedians were off and running. For a decade, the two went at it back and forth, so convincingly that fans of either show could have been forgiven for believing they had become blood enemies. In reality, the two men were close friends and mutual admirers. Benny and Allen often appeared on each other's show during the ongoing feud; numerous surviving episodes of both comedians' radio shows feature each other, in both acknowledged guest spots and occasional cameos. On one Christmas program, Allen thanked Benny for sending him a Christmas tree, but then added that the tree had died. "Well, what do you expect," quipped Allen, "when the tree is in Brooklyn and the sap is in Hollywood." Benny in his eventual memoir (Sunday Nights at Seven) and Allen in his Treadmill to Oblivion later revealed that each comedian's writing staff often met together to plot future takes on the mock feud. If Allen zapped Benny with a satirization of Benny's show ("The Pinch Penny Program"), Benny shot back with a parody of Allen's Town Hall Tonight called "Clown Hall Tonight", and their playful sniping ("Benny was born ignorant, and he's been losing ground ever since") was also advanced in the films Love Thy Neighbor and It's in the Bag!. Perhaps the climax of the feud came during Fred Allen's parody of popular quiz-and-prize show Queen for a Day, which was barely a year old when Allen decided to have a crack at it on The Fred Allen Show—an episode that has survived for today's listeners to appreciate. Calling the sketch "King for a Day", Allen played the host and Benny a contestant who sneaked onto the show using the alias Myron Proudfoot. Benny answered the prize-winning question correctly and Allen crowned him "king" and showered him with a passel of almost meaningless prizes. Allen proudly announced, "Tomorrow night, in your ermine robe, you will be whisked by bicycle to Orange, New Jersey, where you will be the judge in a chicken-cleaning contest," to which Benny joyously declared, "I'm king for a day!" At this point a professional pressing-iron was wheeled on stage, to press Benny's suit properly. It didn't matter that Benny was still in the suit. Allen instructed his aides to remove Benny's suit, one item at a time, ending with his trousers, each garment's removal provoking louder laughter from the studio audience. As his trousers began to come off, Benny howled, "Allen, you haven't seen the end of me!" At once Allen shot back, "It won't be long now!" The laughter was so loud and chaotic at the chain of events that the Allen show announcer, Kenny Delmar, was cut off the air while trying to read a final commercial and the show's credits. (Allen was notorious for running overtime often enough, largely thanks to his ad-libbing talent, and he overran the clock again this time.) (Wikipedia) Do you enjoy the variety of Chesterton Radio shows? Please consider supporting us. 🤍 Join our family and access Patron-only podcasts Visit the Chesterton Radio Shop 🤍 Follow us on Parler 🤍 Follow us on GAB 🤍 Follow us on Twitter 🤍ChestertonRadio 🤍 Enjoy our shows anytime! 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Fred Allen radio show 5/2/48 Henry Morgan / Selling Shampoo

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Henry Morgan is the guest; the Allen's Alley question is about musical interests.

Fred Allen Comedy Old Time Radio Shows All Night Long #5

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Fred Allen Comedy Old Time Radio Shows All Night Long #5 #oldtimeradio #otr #comedy Check Out Our Other Streaming Old Time Radio Channel: 🤍 EMAIL: CHARLIECHANFAN00🤍GMAIL.COM Help Support The Show Here: BUY ME A COFFEE: 🤍 SUPPORT THE SHOW: 🤍 DINO'S OLD TIME RADIO PAGE: 🤍 TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 VACATION PLANS 57:47 FIRST 30 MINUTE SHOW 1:26:56 LES MISERABLES 1:56:14 COURTIN OF JENNY SUGGS 2:26:08 COFFEE RATIONING TO BEGIN 2:53:56 GUEST HUGH HERBERT JOAN EDWARDS 3:23:45 BBC TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT 3:51:54 GUEST JAMES MELTON AND MILTON CROSS 4:21:35 GUEST MILTON CROSS 4:50:40 ADOLPHE MENJOU TRANSLATES JOKES 5:18:40 ALLEN'S ALLEY BEGINS 5:47:47 HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THE BANNING OF BINGO 6:17:02 GUEST RISE STEVENS 6:46:41 THE MISSING SHOT 7:14:16 HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT DINING OUT 7:45:09 THE GREAT GOLDFISH MURDER 8:15:20 GUEST BELA LUGOSI 8:45:00 ARE YOU RAISING CHICKENS 9:14:00 WHAT ARE YOU DOING ABOUT THE WASTE PAPER DRIVE 9:41:53 HOW DID THE FISH SHORTGE BOTHER YOU 10:13:32 HOW IS THE ALARM CLOCK SHORTAGE GOING TO AFFECT YOU 10:43:31 HOW ARE YOU DOING WITH YOUR INCOME TAX

Dry Bar Double Feature - Jeff Allen

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In a continuing effort to bring you the best Dry Bar comedians, Dry Bar proudly presents a Dry Bar Double feature with Jeff Allen. Whether you're someone who appreciates the way America used to be or your wife is experiencing menopause for the first time, this Dry Bar double feature with Jeff Allen is sure to keep you laughing from start to finish. If you enjoyed this Dry Bar Double Feature with Jeff Allen, be sure to check out the links below for some other Dry Bar Double Features you might enjoy! Bengt Wahsburn 🤍 Steve Soelberg 🤍 Subscribe to Dry Bar Radio 🤍 Subscribe to Dry Bar Comedy Shorts 🤍 Want More Dry Bar Comedy? Check us out on our other social media channels. Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #drybar #doublefeature #comedy

Fred Allen Comedy Old Time Radio Shows All Night Long #4

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Fred Allen Comedy Old Time Radio Shows All Night Long #4 #oldtimeradio #otr #comedy Check Out Our Other Streaming Old Time Radio Channel: 🤍 EMAIL: CHARLIECHANFAN00🤍GMAIL.COM Help Support The Show Here: BUY ME A COFFEE: 🤍 SUPPORT THE SHOW: 🤍 DINO'S OLD TIME RADIO PAGE: 🤍 TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 ONE LONG PAN GHOST TO GHOST NETWORK 59:44 THE SAGA OF THE GREAT AMERICAN DRUG STORE 1:58:23 NO BLOOD AND NO SAND 2:57:03 THE HOUR OF GOOD INTENTIONS 3:56:56 DEATH COMES TO BARNEGIE HALL 4:54:36 HOW CLEAN IS MY ALLEY 5:52:04 DEATH VALLEY TAKES A DAY OFF 6:53:20 THE COURTIN OF NASTY AND NARROW 7:51:38 VAUDEVILLE 8:52:49 A STAR IS BORN 9:50:49 MOUNTAIN JUSTICE

Fred Allen radio show 6/27/48 Jack Benny / Stop the Music

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In the last show of the season, the success of the competing show "Stop the Music" is mocked. The denizens of Allen's Alley discuss their upcoming vacations. In a sketch, Fred goes to visit his nemesis, Jack Benny. otrcomedy.blogspot.com

Jack Benny, Fred Allen, &... Eddie Cantor :) 1953

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Jack Benny is about to be canned by his sponsor, and Fred Allen is lining himself up to take the job, as well as a surprise visitor- Eddie Cantor.

Fred Allen's first appearance as a panelist on "What's My Line?" (Part 2 of 3)

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Fred Allen appears for the first time as a panelist on "What's My Line?" (August 15, 1954), with co-panelists Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis, and Bennett Cerf, and host John Daly. This is part 2 of 3. In this segment the panel tries tries to guess the occupation of contestant Benjamin Keeney, whose job is operating a skirt-blowing machine at an amusement park. Part 1 is here: 🤍 Part 2 is here: 🤍

The Fred Allen Show - 04/25/48 - Scalping Baseball Tickets (HQ) Old Time Radio Show Comedy

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Title: The Fred Allen Show Episode: Scalping Baseball Tickets Date: April 25, 1948 Sponsor: Ford Motor Company Network: NBC Note: This old time radio show is in the public domain* and from my personal collection and can be used for historical, educational, and entertainment purposes. *We have checked with the Library of Congress regarding the status of old time radio recordings made prior to 1978 and that all such recordings are generally in the public domain, as sound recordings were not allowed under the previous copyright law and such recordings have not been granted copyright status under the new laws

Fred Allen radio show 5/26/46 King for a Day w/ Jack Benny

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In this memorable episode, the show Queen for a Day is parodied as guest Jack Benny is crowned "King for a Day".

THE GOLDEN AGE OF COMEDY - Jack Benny / Fred Allen Feud (1938)

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Source: Disc 1 of LONGINES SYMPHONETTE five LP box set, "The Golden Age of Comedy", #SYS-5277 (734852), released ca. 1970 Tech data: mastered with AVA triple filter© process (no Dolby)

"Four Star Revue'' with Jimmy Durante, Eddie Cantor & Fred Allen (classic comedy series )

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Four Star Revue" with Jimmy Durante, Eddie Cantor and Fred Allen Original broadcast date: May 16, 1951. Another episode of "Four Star Revue" aka "All Star Revue" starring Jimmy Durante and Fred Allen, Abe Vigoda With original commercials.

What's My Line? - Portland Hoffa [Fred Allen's wife!]; Reginald Gardiner [panel] (Feb 27, 1955)

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MYSTERY GUEST: Portland Hoffa PANEL: Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis, Reginald Gardiner

What's My Line? - Fred Allen (Jul 17, 1955)

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MYSTERY GUEST: Fred Allen (WML panelist and legendary radio comedian) PANEL: Dorothy Kilgallen, Robert Q. Lewis, Arlene Francis, Bennett Cerf

FRED ALLEN: "The Ransom of Red Chief" with OSCAR LEVANT (1952) [CLIP]

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From the 1952 anthology film, "O. Henry's Full House", here's the very funny segment starring Fred Allen and Oscar Levant titled "The Ransom of Red Chief". This little-seen film features perhaps Fred Allen's best movie role, and provides Oscar Levant a part with more to do than his usual wise-cracking sidekicks. imdb: 🤍 For more rare video of vintage comedians, please consider subscribing to this channel: 🤍

VINTAGE 1952 FRED ALLEN COMEDY SKIT PROMOTING A NEW PROGRAM - THE TODAY SHOW & DAVE GALLOWAY

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NBC sure knew how to do cross promotion. Fred Allen was a huge star in 1952, and he was perfect to promote a new type of program. A TV news/entertainment show that started at 7 am was unheard of in 1952. Dave Galloway was the first host of the TODAY show, and this skit was seen 8 days before the TODAY show premieres, in order to tell Allen's viewers about the new show. This 1952 segment is in the PUBLIC DOMAIN. For more vintage pop culture, from the 1950's, 1960's & the 1970's, you might enjoy visiting TV TOY MEMORIES 🤍

What's My Line? - Fred Allen (Aug 16, 1953)

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MYSTERY GUEST: Fred Allen PANEL: Dorothy Kilgallen, Steve Allen, Arlene Francis, Bennett Cerf Join our Facebook group for WML great discussions, photos, etc, and great people! 🤍 Please click here to subscribe to the WML channel if you haven't already you'll find the complete CBS series already posted, and you'll be able to follow along the discussions on the weekday "rerun" videos: 🤍

Fred Allen radio show 4/24/49 Basil Rathbone / The Mad Doctor of Downing Street

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Fred and guest Basil Rathbone perform a mystery sketch called "The Mad Doctor of Downing Street" featuring Fred's "One Long Pan" character.

Fred Allen Comedy Old Time Radio Shows All Night Long #3

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Fred Allen Comedy Old Time Radio Shows All Night Long #3 #oldtimeradio #otr #comedy Check Out Our Other Streaming Old Time Radio Channel: 🤍 TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 NICOTINE ALLEY 57:32 THE WEDLOCK SOCIETY 1:56:13 ONE LONG PAN TAKES A CHANCE 2:53:24 SHORTCUT TO A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN 3:53:14 SLEEP 4:53:11 RADIO THE GREAT AMERICAN PASTIME 5:50:32 THE BARITONE'S PLIGHT 6:50:18 JACK BENNY'S 10TH ANNIVERSARY 7:48:48 RHYME DOESN'T PAY 8:48:33 WHATS WRONG WITH RADIO 9:50:05 THE GREAT STUDIO ECONOMY WAVE EMAIL: CHARLIECHANFAN00🤍GMAIL.COM Help Support The Show Here: BUY ME A COFFEE: 🤍 SUPPORT THE SHOW: 🤍 DINO'S OLD TIME RADIO PAGE: 🤍

Judge For Yourself w FRED ALLEN (Sept 8, 1953)

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These shows are a real treat for Fred Allen fans, since they may never be shown on TV again due to the prominence of the cigarette sponsor, Old Gold. As far as I'm concerned, any Fred Allen video is a precious Fred Allen video, since there's so very little outside of What's My Line. But at least this handful of his shows was rerun once, so you can. . . Judge for Yourself! - Please click here to subscribe to the WML channel if you haven't already you'll find the complete CBS series already posted, and you'll be able to follow along the discussions on the weekday "rerun" videos: 🤍 Join our Facebook group for WML great discussions, photos, etc, and great people! 🤍

Fred Allen & Jack Benny: Best of Frenemies - Decades TV Network

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Comedians Fred Allen and Jack Benny were good friends who enjoyed playing comic adversaries. The long-running feud between the two began after an ad-libbed joke on Fred Allen’s radio show in 1936. Jack Benny went back at him on his radio show a week later and from there it was on. The pair announced an on-air fist fight to settle their differences. The “Battle of the Century” was held on March 14, 1937. It ended with the two singing a duet which made their “feud” more popular than ever. The verbal sparring between the two lasted well into the 1940s.

Fred Allen's Invitation

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May 19, 1946 - Jack Benny and his cast are in New York, the home of Fred Allen. In a flashback, Fred asks Jack onto his own program for next week. This week Fred's guest will be Phil Harris, In this episode they reference mayor O'Dwyer, President Truman, the coal and railroad strikes, singer John Charles Thomas, comedian Jerry Colona, and Danny Kaye's running joke "Oh really? No, O'Riley".

Fred Allen Comedy Old Time Radio Shows All Night Long #2

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Fred Allen Comedy Old Time Radio Shows All Night Long #2 #oldtimeradio #otr #comedy Check Out Our Other Streaming Old Time Radio Channel: 🤍 TIMESTAMPS 00:00 AMATEUR OF THE MONTH 58:10 ALL IS NOT GOLD THAT GLITTERS 1:56:38 THE SPECIALIST'S QUANTARY 2:57:41 THEY ALMOST JUNKED THE JUNKET 3:57:14 A STAY AT HOME CRUISE 4:57:15 MOUNTAIN JUSTICE 5:56:55 TRUTH OR SUBSEQUENCES 6:56:34 MILK 7:56:00 WESTERN UNION 8:57:58 LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD 9:56:18 PHILINDA BLANK MY STORY EMAIL: CHARLIECHANFAN00🤍GMAIL.COM Help Support The Show Here: BUY ME A COFFEE: 🤍 SUPPORT THE SHOW: 🤍 DINO'S OLD TIME RADIO PAGE: 🤍

The Installment Collector (Fred Allen short, 1929)

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25 years prior to appearing on Goodson-Todman game shows, and 5 years prior to the premiere of his long-running radio show, Fred Allen starred in this unremarkable one-reeler most likely shot in the Kaufman-Astoria studios in New York (one wonders if he dropped by the set of The Marx Brothers' Cocoanuts!). The early sound era was full of one-shot comedy shorts provided by virtually every vaudeville entertainer of the day. This is Fred Allen's first on-screen appearance and I wouldn't be surprised if film audiences thought they were seeing Al St. John, as Fred bares a striking resemblance to him.

Jack Benny radio show 6/27/48 New York w/ Fred Allen

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Jack and Fred Allen trade insults as the cast prepares for their trip to London.

Jack Benny radio show 3/14/37 Jack Benny vs. Fred Allen - Old Time Radio

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Continuing from New York, Tax Day is discussed as the feud between Jack and Fred Allen comes to a head.

Fred Allen radio show 4/24/40 He Caught His Wife Kissing a Stranger

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Fred celebrates his 30th anniversary in show business. Eddie Anderson appears as Rochester. The end of the show is missing.

PLAYING BOTH SIDES: Jack Benny vs. Fred Allen

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PLAYING BOTH SIDES: Jack Benny vs. Fred Allen Written, Produced and Directed by GREGG OPPENHEIMER Comedy Routines by JESS OPPENHEIMER (creator of "I LOVE LUCY") An ONLINE RADIO THEATRE Production (in association with SPERDVAC*) Production consultant: IVAN CURY •Watch more ONLINE RADIO THEATRE shows at 🤍 CAST (IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE): Read cast bios at 🤍 — ANNOUNCER / DON WILSON . . . . . JOHN JENSEN JESS OPPENHEIMER . . . . . IVAN CURY FRED ALLEN . . . . . LARRY ALBERT JACK BENNY / GEORGE BURNS . . . . . BRAD ZINN MISS SCHORR / PORTLAND HOFFA / JOAN CRAWFORD . . . . . MELINDA PETERSON AL JOLSON / CHARLES BUTTERWORTH / GEORGE MURPHY . . . . PHIL PROCTOR JOHN BARRYMORE / CUSTOMER . . . . DAVID OSSMAN KENNY BAKER . . . . . STUFFY SINGER GRACIE ALLEN . . . . . ALISON ARNGRIM MARY LIVINGSTONE . . . . . BEVERLY WASHBURN PHIL HARRIS . . . . . TOMMY COOK - *S.P.E.R.D.V.A.C.= Society to Preserve & Encourage Radio Drama, Variety And Comedy

Judge For Yourself w FRED ALLEN - Debut Show - Intro by Orson Bean (August 18, 1953)

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The debut episode of Fred Allen's single season game show, "Judge for Yourself". On the panel of experts for this debut show is famed broadway composer Jules Styne, not that he ever gets a chance to say much of anything. Part of the problem with this series is how hopelessly cluttered the format was. But this is still a real treat for Fred Allen fans, since these programs were rerun once and only once on GSN in the late 1990s and may never be shown again due to the prominence of the cigarette sponsor, Old Gold. Any video of Fred Allen is a rare and precious thing as far as I'm concerned, cluttered format or not. But you can. . . Judge for Yourself! Many thanks to epaddon for providing his copy of this video. - Join our Facebook group for WML great discussions, photos, etc, and great people! 🤍

FOUR STAR REVUE: Fred Allen and Jimmy Durante! (May 16, 1951) [CLIPS]

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One of very few TV appearances we have available of Fred Allen outside of his stint as What's My Line panelist. Fred had already tried and failed as one of the rotating hosts of "The Colgate Comedy Hour" earlier in the season. Here he's a guest on a "Four Star Revue" hosted by vaudeville pal Jimmy Durante, trimmed to just the sections with Fred. For more rare video of vintage comedians, please consider subscribing to this channel: 🤍

What's My Line - A sad & heartfelt goodbye to Fred Allen | BUZZR

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Fred Allen died suddenly in 1956, he passed on a Saturday night What's My Line was live on Sunday evenings. It was Portland Hoffa, Allen's wife request that the show go on as Fred would have preferred it that way... FIND BUZZR in your area: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE for more BUZZR: 🤍 Connect with BUZZR: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Fred Allen Looks At Life

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FRED ALLEN John Florence Sullivan (May 31, 1894 – March 17, 1956), known professionally as Fred Allen, was an American comedian. His absurdist, topically pointed radio program The Fred Allen Show (1932–1949) made him one of the most popular and forward-looking humorists in the Golden Age of American radio. His best remembered gag was his long running mock feud with friend and fellow comedian Jack Benny, but it was only part of his appeal, radio historian John Dunning (in On the Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio) wrote that Allen was perhaps radio's most admired comedian and most frequently censored. A master ad libber, Allen often tangled with his network's executives (and often barbed them on the air over the battles) while developing routines whose style and substance influenced fellow comic talents, including Groucho Marx, Stan Freberg, Henry Morgan and Johnny Carson; his avowed fans also included President Franklin D. Roosevelt, humorist James Thurber, and novelists William Faulkner, John Steinbeck and Herman Wouk (who began his career writing for Allen). Allen was honored with stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for contributions to television and radio. Allen first hosted The Linit Bath Club Revue on CBS, moving the show to NBC and becoming The Salad Bowl Revue (in a nod to new sponsor Hellmann's Mayonnaise, which was marketed by the parent company of Linit) later in the year. The show became The Sal Hepatica Revue (1933–34), The Hour of Smiles (1934–35), and finally Town Hall Tonight (1935–39). In 1939–40, however, sponsor Bristol-Myers, which advertised Ipana toothpaste as well as Sal Hepatica during the program, altered the title to The Fred Allen Show, over his objections. Allen's perfectionism (odd to some, considering his deft ad-libs) caused him to leap from sponsor to sponsor until Town Hall Tonight allowed him to set his chosen small town milieu and establish himself as a bona fide radio star.

Tallulah Bankhead Fred Allen Married Couple Radio Program Parody Cleaned

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This is Tallulah Bankhead on the Fred Allen radio show, sending up the husband/wife morning radio show concept with Fred. Tallulah was just about unique in being able to play serious dramas like "The Little Foxes" and also this kind of comedy and making fun of herself (the later unfortunately overtook her persona for the last part of her career, and even though she's really good in "Die! Die! My Darling", for example, she was not given a lot of drama to perform after the 40s). This was obviously the model for the "I Love Lucy" episode, the play that Dick Van Dyke and Chloris Leachman did for television and other versions, but for my money this is the shortest and best of them. Allen rewrote it into a British version for James and Pamela Mason on his show two years later (this is from 1946), and he repeated it with Tallulah as well. The show they discuss as an intro, "The Eagle Has Two Heads", was a Jean Cocteau script with a 40 min. monologue at the end, which results in the death of the two lovers, a queen and her much younger consort, based on an actual incident. The lover in rehearsal was played by a young Marlon Brando pre-"Streetcar" (Blanche was written for Tallulah but she declined), but he chewed gum throughout her monologue and she had him fired. Director (and Brando's acting teacher) Bobby Lewis has a funny story about their meeting in his book "Slings and Arrows". In fact that book is filled with funny stories, one a page.

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