The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show

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One of the most enduring, successful and beloved teams in show biz bring their act to television, with George playing the bemused, wryly exasperated, cigar-chomping straight man (who occasionally breaks the fourth wall by directly addressing viewers), while Gracie's zany sense of logic does the rest. After an eight-year run, CBS said `Goodnight, Gracie' (more…)

Season 3, Episode 6 Gracie and Blanche Hire Two Gigolos to Take Them Out

Gracie and Blanche complain that their husbands have lost their romantic spark, so George persuades Harry to pose as an amorous Frenchman to teach them a lesson. Bea Benaderet, Larry Keating, Ronnie Burns.

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