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A rare recording based on the 1945 film.
The complete program, exactly as heard on CBS Radio; Ford Theatre, March 4/1949.
Comes in cardboard sleeve and insert.
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- Matrix / Runout: Side A (Etched): RADIOLA 68A FWO
- Matrix / Runout: Side B (Etched): RADIOLA 68B FWO
The Horn Blows at Midnight 1945 is a comedy fantasy film directed by Raoul Walsh, and starring Jack Benny. Following its poor box-office, Benny often exploited the film's failure for laughs over the next 20 years in his radio and television comedy series The Jack Benny Program, making the film a known entity to his audience, even if they had never seen it. The Horn Blows at Midnight was Benny's last feature film as a lead, although he would continue to do cameo appearances in films for many years. With Jack Benny, Alexis Smith, Dolores Moran, Allyn Joslyn. A trumpet player in a radio orchestra falls asleep during a commercial and dreams he's Athanael, an angel deputized to blow the Last Trumpet at exactly midnight on Earth, thus marking the end of the world. Title: The Horn Blows at Midnight 1945. After squabbling with the cast, Jack discusses his new movie that's about to start shooting, The Horn Blows at Midnight. Jack, Mary and Rochester take free to Jack Benny The Horn Blows at Midnight Part 1. 1 track 21:33. Jack Benny born Benjamin Kubelsky February 14, 1894 - December 26, 1974 was an American comedian, vaudevillian, and actor for radio, television, and film. Widely recognized as one of the leading American entertainers of the 20th Century, Benny was known for his comic timing and his ability to get laughs with either a pregnant pause or a single expression, such as his signature exasperated Well . Follow The Jack Benny Show to never miss another show. Join free & follow The Jack Benny Show. Jack Benny - The Making Of The Horn Blows At Midnight. by The Jack Benny Show. Actors: Jack Benny, Alexis Smith, Dolores Moran, Allyn Joslyn, Reginald Gardiner. Horn should be a holiday classic in everyone's Christmas collection. Benny makes an entirely believable putz suddenly thrown into an unbelievable fantasy in which he has to save the world. Horn sort of failed at the Box Office, and I am not entirely certain why. It's a bit irreverent, and it's not based on any recognizable Christian story. Nonetheless, it is recognizably Christian without being too exclusive. When Benny blows his horn at midnight, the earth will be destroyed and the inhabitants will face the last judgement. After years of death and destruction during WWII, and the war with Japan continuing, having Jack Benny attempting to annihilate the Earth might not have seemed very funny to the contemporary audience. In 1945, Jack Benny starred in his last major motion picture, The Horn Blows at Midnight, as a band member who dreams he's an angel sent to destroy the Earth. The film did respectable business but wasn't an overwhelming success doubtlessly due to the timing, coming at the end of WW2 and Benny soon began joking about what a dismal failure the film was. which quickly became a running gag on his TV and radio shows, leading people to believe the movie actually was an epic bomb. Though Jack Benny made a cottage industry out of joking about the purported rottenness of his 1945 vehicle Horn Blows at Midnght, the film is in fact a delightful comedy-fantasy-certainly not Benny's best film, but far from his worst. While dozing off during a radio broadcast, studio musician Athaniel Benny dreams he's a trumpet player in Heaven's celestial orchestra. At the behest of glamorous angel Elizabeth Alexis Smith, Athaniel is brought into the lavish chambers of The Chief Guy Kibbee, who has a job for our hapless hero. It seems that The Front Office, dissatisfied. Jack Benny reprised his character of Athanael, with Claude Rains now playing the Chief. This time the story was told in a straightforward fashion, with Benny actually playing an angel sent to Earth to blow the horn, as opposed to the dream scenario of the film. The radio story focuses on Athaniel's moral dilemma about whether or not the people of Earth, just suffering World War II, deserved to be extinguished with the Earth or given another chance
Artista: Jack Benny
Título: The Horn Blows At Midnight
Fecha de publicación: 1977
Etiqueta: The Radiola Company
Estilo: Soundtrack, Score
Tamaño MP3: 1279 mb
Tamaño FLAC: 2045 mb
Clasificación: 4.3 / 5
Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, LP