Street-sweeper George flirts with a pretty, but dizzy, nursemaid in the park. Incorporates Burns & Allen's vaudeville "dizzy" routine.

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Mamie (as Allen)
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Street-sweeper George flirts with a pretty, but dizzy, nursemaid in the park. Incorporates Burns & Allen's vaudeville "dizzy" routine.

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Comedy | Short

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12 May 1933 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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George: I'll bet - I'll bet that I'm the first fellow that ever kissed you.
Mamie: Oh, you are.
George: I believe it, too.
Mamie: Yeah, and you're the first fellow that ever believed it, too.
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Featured in The Great Radio Comedians (1972) See more »

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