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George Burns and wife Gracie Allen with their daughter Sandra circa 1940George Burns holding a cigar, circa 1955. Modern silver gelatin, 11x14, estate stamped. $700 © 1978 Wallace Seawell MPTVGeorge Burns with Gracie Allen, circa 1956. Modern silver gelatin, 14x11, estate stamped. $600 © 1978 Wallace SeawellGeorge Burns, October 1990.George Burns, October 1990.George Burns, October 1990.George Burns, c. 1983.George Burns and Catherine Bach on the set of George Burns, c. 1980.George Burns and Red Skelton at the 10th Annual of American Guild of Variety Artists Awards, 1979.George Burns, 1978.George Burns with Lucille Ball, 1978.George Burns, c. 1974.George Burns with Jack Benny, c. 1973.George Burns, 1968.173-461 Bob Hope with Jack Benny and George Burns173-402 Bob Hope, Jack Benny, George BurnsBob Hope with Milton Berle, George Burns, and Ed Wynn C. 1965James Stewart with Jack Benny and George Burns, circa 1963.George Burns , 1958.George Burns, 1957.George Burns and Gracie Allen, 1957.George Burns and Gracie Allen on George Burns and Gracie Allen, c. 1956.George Burns and Gracie Allen, c. 1956.George Burns and Gracie Allen, c. 1956.George Burns, c. 1956.George Burns, c. 1956.George Burns, c. 1956.George Burns and Gracie Allen, c. 1956.George Burns and Gracie Allen, c. 1956.George Burns, c. 1956.George Burns, c. 1956.George Burns, c. 1956.George Burns, c. 1956.
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Biography

George Burns was born on January 20, 1896 in New York City, New York, USA as Nathan Birnbaum. He was an actor and producer, known for The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (1950), Oh, God! (1977) and The Sunshine Boys (1975). He was married to Gracie Allen and Hannah Siegal. He died on March 9, 1996 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »
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