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Sandra Burns (II)

Sandra Burns was born as Sandra Jean Burns. She is known for her work on The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (1950) and Bob Monkhouse's Comedy Heroes (2004). She was previously married to Rod Amateau and Young James Wilhoite III. See full bio »

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Known For

The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show The Telephone Operator / The Telephone Voice / The Waitress / Engels' Secretary / Miss Ferguson, The Secretary / Miss Wilhardt / Sandra Burns / Sandy Burns / Telephone Operator / The Customer / The Girl / The Voice on the Phone
1951-1957
Bob Monkhouse's Comedy Heroes
Bob Monkhouse's Comedy Heroes Miscellaneous Crew
2004

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 1951-1957 The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (TV Series)
The Waitress / The Telephone Operator / The Telephone Voice / ...
- The Texan Lady MacBeth (1957) ... The Waitress
- Ronnie Gets a Movie Role (1957) ... Engels' Secretary
- Going to Houston (1957) ... Telephone Operator (voice, uncredited)
- $15,000.00 Error (1957) ... The Voice on the Phone (voice)
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 2004 Bob Monkhouse's Comedy Heroes (TV Movie) (archive material courtesy of - as Sandra Burns Luckman)
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Sandra Burns Luckman
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Adopted daughter of George Burns and Gracie Allen. Adopted sister of Ronnie Burns.

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