The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945)
Jack Benny reprised his role in this live TV production.
A character carries a sign advertising this film.
Jack makes a joke about the film
Bogie thinks it stinks
Last movie Jack Made
Fred MacMurray jokes he just finished reading a bad script titled 'The Horn Blows at Noon'.
Benny and Gleason debate the merits of its release.
Punchline to one of Jack's jokes.
Jack and Rochester discuss the film.
Herman complains that his involvement in the movie ruined his life.
Jack refers to the movie but refuses to say the title.
Jack tries to explain how he came to make the movie.
Mentioned by a Frenchman in response to a Jack Benny sound-alike character who asks, "How could a picture drop out of sight so quick?"
A movie about auto safety is proposed called "The Horn Blows"
Frank Sinatra uses the title in a joke.
Lola (Lucy) threatens to get the studio to re-issue "The Horn Blows at Midnight" considered on of Benny's rare flops.
Robert Blake recalls making the movie with Jack Benny
Episode title refers to the title of this movie.
Paradise Coffee ad.
Doug Keck cites this film as one that pepetuates the myth of people becoming angels when they die.
The scene following the ad for the 'judeo-christian good man kit' features a sequence depicting film versions of heaven in which one of the first scenes of The Horn Blows at Midnight is shown