Here are George and Gracie LIVE in four incredibly rare kinescope performances. These shows aired once, and were never rerun again! Four complete episodes:
- OCTOBER 12, 1950: Here it is - the VERY FIRST TELEVISION PERFORMANCE of George and Gracie. George introduces the cast to the audience. Hal March and Bea Benaderet appear as the Mortons. Bill Goodwin announces. All original Carnation commercials are intact. This is a real collector's item!
- APRIL 12, 1951: Gracie entertains a visiting teenage relative, and George can't get used to the current young fads. Bea Benaderet and John Brown appear as the Mortons; all commercials are intact
- OCTOBER 23, 1951: Gracie has the monthly meeting of her Beverly Hills Uplifting Society at her house; George wants no part of this cackling bunch of frumps and cronies. Bea Benaderet and Fred Clark appear as the Mortons; original commercials are included.
- FEBRUARY 18, 1952: Gracie falls down in a dept. store, and the owners fear that she'll sue them.
Series Synopsis: The classic husband and wife comedy team in live kinescopes from their early TV years. Originally broadcast 1950 to 1958.
Black and White, 115 minutes DVD 1950/1951/1953
Starring: George Burns, Gracie Allen, Hal March, Bea Benaderet, Bill Goodwin, John Brown, Fred Clark
Vendor #: 226
Our Price: $19.99
Package: Printed Sleeve, No Picture Available