45 Calibre Teapot (Starring Jack Benny) Aired May 19, 1954
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May 19, 1954. Mutual network. "The .45 Caliber Teapot"
. Sustaining. A meek little man discovers an ancient formula that changes things around quite a bit. The program opening is slightly upcut. Verna Felton, Charlotte Lawrence, John T. Kelly (director, transcriber), Robert Hugh O'Sullivan (writer), Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone, Frederick Shields, Lee Miller, Harry Zimmerman (composer, conductor), Larry Chatterton (announcer). 29:17. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.