- The New Jack Carson Show -- need help getting a date for it
Re: The New Jack Carson Show -- need help getting a date for it
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I played the show and I think we have two shows put together. The first one up to Bing Crosby either 1944 or 1945. They talked about Bing sponsor Kraft. They featured Bing song from the movie Going My Way. The end must be around 1948 when the movie the Champ came out. Take care,
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Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] The New Jack Carson Show -- need help getting a date for it
Here's an interesting item, but we can't date it.
New Jack Carson Show (sometime Oct48-Jul49) GloriaDeHaven BingCrosby EdwArnold.mp3
As best I can determine it is the only surviving recording of "The New Jack Carson Show" after he left Sealtest's sponsorship. The show began in October 1948 and ended after one July 1949 performance.
It's similar but it's not this (from RGI)...
Command Performance. February 01, 1945. Program #160. AFRS origination. Gloria De Haven sings, "The Man I Love." Jack Carson plans to show Gloria around Hollywood. Carmen Miranda sings, "Tico, Tico." The date above is the recording date. Ken Carpenter (announcer), Gloria De Haven (m. c.), Jack Carson, Edward Arnold, Carmen Miranda, Bing Crosby. 30:47. Audio Condition: Very good. Complete.
It's a re-used script, it seems, but not a re-used performance. The CP broadcast is at least 3.5 and possibly 4.5 years before this one.
There are no newspaper.com clips that relate to this line-up of guests. DeHaven and Carson were part of some fund-raising stage performances around this time, and those come up in the searches.
Perhaps someone who has something other than newspapers.com with a different selection of newspaper archives can find something?
In the meantime... enjoy the show!
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