The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show | 1950

Comedy
The series is set at 312 Maple Street in Beverly Hills, California, the residence of comedian George Burns, a tolerant man who accepts life as it comes, and his highly imaginative wife, comedienne Gracie Allen, a woman ...more

Cast

... George Burns

Actor (1950-1958)

... Gracie Allen

Actor (1950-1958)

... Harry Von Zell; George's announcer

Actor (1950-1958)

... Ronnie Burns; George's son

Actor (1950-1958)

... Blanche Morton; Gracie's neighbor

Actor (1950-1958)

... Harry Morton; Blanche's husband

Actor (1950-1958)

... Harry Morton; Blanche's husband

Actor (1950-1958)

... Harry Morton; Blanche's husband

Actor (1950-1958)

... Harry Morton; Blanche's husband

Actor (1950-1958)

... Harry Morton; Blanche's husband

Actor (1950-1958)

... Ralph Grainger; Ronnie's friend

Actor (1950-1958)

... Bonnie Sue McAfee; Ronnie's girlfriend

Actor (1950-1958)

Synopsis

The series is set at 312 Maple Street in Beverly Hills, California, the residence of comedian George Burns, a tolerant man who accepts life as it comes, and his highly imaginative wife, comedienne Gracie Allen, a woman who possesses the talent to complicate situations that are seemingly uncomplicatable.

Stories relate the home lives and misadventures of the George, who creates the program as it is being viewed, is the only person aware of a viewing audience. He interrupts the plots to comment, deliver monologues, and explain the situations that result due to Gracie's harebrained activities.

Writers

Writer (1950-1958)

Writer (1950-1958)

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