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benny

(bĕn′ē)
n. pl. ben·nies Slang
An amphetamine tablet taken as a stimulant.
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So do our straitened circumstances give Jack Benny any more sex appeal?
Here Smith excels in bringing to us this segment of show business that includes such luminaries as Arthur Rubenstein, Marian Anderson, Yehudi Menuhin, Tyrone Power, Jack Benny, and many others who "played the Grand.
I remember hearing a Jack Benny episode on radio years ago, when he was held up by a mugger.
In the army up in Alaska as the Korean War is ending, he edits The Moose Hornblower and delights in writing a headline, on the last day of maneuvers, that plays off a Jack Benny movie entitled The Horn Blows at Midnight.
The latter portion of the book concentrates on the content of selective programs by America's three major radio comics, Jack Benny, Bob Hope and Fred Allen.
Jack Benny did it remarkably, but only once; ditto the Ramones.
One of our shoppers was amazed at what her family learned from listening to a collection of Jack Benny radio shows from the 1940's.
I Love Lucy," "The Honeymooners," "Pete and Gladys," "The Jack Benny Program.
with Jack Benny, Fred Allen, Eddie Cantor, Groucho Marx, George Burns and Grade Allen, Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, with Dorothy Lamour, Nelson Eddy, Don Ameche, Bob Hope and Bing Crosby, and back to Jersey with Walter Winchell, Edward G.
Frank Sinatra and Jack Benny teams him up with the legendary comedian.
In the 1940s the most popular radio broadcast in America was not The Jack Benny Show but something called The Old Fashioned Revival Hour, whose fundamentalist-preacher host, Charles Fuller, responded to the networks' refusal to air his show by inventing syndication -- thus setting the stage for both Jimmy Swaggart and Ricki Lake.