Jack Carson Show
From 1950 to 1951, Carson was one of four alternating weekly hosts of the Wednesday evening NBC Television comedy-variety show Four Star Revue. (The others were veterans Jimmy Durante and Ed Wynn, and up-and-coming young Danny Thomas.) The second season was his last with the show, when it was renamed All Star Revue.
Carson also had his own variety program, The Jack Carson Show on NBC (1954–1955) and was the announcer on the television version of Strike It Rich.: 1028
His TV pilot, Kentucky Kid, was under consideration as a potential series for NBC, but was not picked up by the network. The proposed series would have had Carson playing a veterinarian widower who raises horses and has an adopted Chinese child.
- The Guy Mitchell Show
- The Polly Bergen Show in 1957
- Alcoa Theatre
- Bonanza (Season 1, Ep.9: “Mr. Henry Comstock”)
- Thriller (“The Big Blackout”)
- The Twilight Zone (Season 2, Ep. 14: “The Whole Truth”)
- Alfred Hitchcock Presents (Season 7, Ep. 35: “The Children of Alda Nuova”)