The Jack Benny Program

Ronnie Burns Show - Season 8, Episode 15 - 6 Apr. 1958 - In the monologue, Jack tells the audience that Rochester bought him a live Easter rabbit, and he's planning on eating it. He also describes the Hollywood Easter Parade. He chats with guest Ronnie Burns, son of George Burns, and discovers that he and George each claim to have given the other their first break in show biz. Ronnie sings his (flop) single "Kinda Cute." Angry that Jack gave the featured spot to George's son instead of his son, Harlow, Don sulks through the Lucky commercial and storms off. Rochester calls to say Jack's new suit was delivered by the store owner, who was wearing it; for what Jack paid, he couldn't afford a box. Jack goes to Don's house to demand an apology for his tantrum. Benny says he'll help but needs to see his talent first. Harlow and Don duet on "Sonny Boy."

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