The Marx Brothers, Laurel and Hardy, the Three Stooges, and Soupy Sales are just some of the legendary "funsters" that many grew up with in the '50s and '60s. Like old-time radio and television with a modern twist, George Bettinger's Mom & Pop Variety Shop features music and comedy for the whole family.
Sketches include: "Curly's Gormet Coffee Fit", "Whether Prognostication", "Jerry Bazooka Lewis", "Laurel & Hardy Partake in a Shake", "Jack Benny Sings Jeepers Creepers", "The Professor's Time Machine", "Soupy Visits the Shop", "Joe Fishy and Snowman", "Laurel & Hardy in the Bronx", "Jerry Lewis Meets Count Drekula", "W. C. Fields Health Food and Movies", "Jackie Mason's Egg Cream", "Joe Fishy Sings!", "Phone Messages to Use at Home", "George & Gracie Sing 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer'", and "Definitely the End".
George Bettinger says, "Make sure you laugh a little every day; it is important and can change the way you feel." As a lover of the golden days of show business, George Bettinger brings all the greats of the past into the new millennium.