Earth Galloper, Jack Benny, shares his views on hot news topics. George Bernared Shaw, Mahatma Ghandi, Sports news, Baseball season, and Babe Ruth. Then it’s on to celebrities, and Hollywood news. Mary tries her hand at news items, then political news takes a hit. World finances are compared, and leads into a commercial. Frank Black plays, Speaking of the Devil.
Jack calls on a guest in the audience, Edward G Robinson. The movie tough guy has just become a new father. An interview sheds some light on the characters Edward likes to play most of all. Static breaks up the interview, then we find Mary and Frank Parker teasing Jack about his recent movies. Jimmy Milton, another tenor in the early shows sings, Amour D’Jour.
Results of the recent drawings for those free cars are announced. Listen carefully! Didja win? Didja win? Darn, me either.
The play is announced, that masterpiece of heart throbbing drama, Why Gals Leave Home. After a little travelling music, the play begins. Nel is the young gal who Jack tries to get married off. Suitors come along to win her hand, but who will she pick? Jack is less concerned, and just wants his girl out of the house. Will Nell ever find love? What motivation will pry her out of the house?
PS: In archives, there’s a show that aired on April 14, 1933, about a month after this one, and is titled Kiddies Night. It’s the same show as this one. Don’t believe me? Download 330414 Kiddie’s Night and see for yourself. I’m not sure if it’s mislabeled, or if the show was re-broadcast on the second date.