Four complete episodes:The first three contain original commercials!
- JANUARY 4, 1951: Gracie has the word "party" circled on her calendar, and assumes she's having a party for George; she's knows it's not his birthday; so she creates a day for him. Watch for a surprise ending featuring a very special guest star! This episode is the first to star John Brown in the role of Harry Morton. George breaks character to introduce him. (Note: sound is a bit scratchy.)
- AUGUST 2, 1951: The girls go on a health kick and decide to serve nothing but fruits and vegetables. George and Harry (played by Fred Clark) are not happy.
- SEPTEMBER 13, 1951: Gracie throws a wedding at the Burnses' for a friend's daughter, and drives the caterer, the florist, the participants, and all else crazy in the process. Once again, George stops the action and introduces Harry Von Zell as the show's new announcer!
- 1952: A studio wants to produce a film on the lives of George and Gracie - that is, until Gracie gets involved!
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 VHS 1951/1952
Starring: George Burns, Gracie Allen, John Brown, Fred Clark, Harry Von Zell
Vendor #: 257
Our Price: $17.99
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