The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show

  • 1950
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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 5, Episode 13 Gracie Thinks Bob Cummings Is in Love With Her

Actor Robert Cummings stops at the Burnses' home to pick up George for a round of golf, and makes a remark, in jest, to Gracie. True to form, Gracie takes the actor seriously and immediately goes into action.

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  • Premise: 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), whil… (more)

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