The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show: Season 1, Episode 8

Happy Hmm Hmm (4 Jan. 1951)

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Gracie discovers that today's date is circled on her calendar, but she doesn't remember why. She assumes she's supposed to throw a party.

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Gracie discovers that today's date is circled on her calendar, but she doesn't remember why. She assumes she's supposed to throw a party.

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This was the John Brown's first appearance as Harry Morton. Hal March had just gone to New York to do his own show with his partner Bob Sweeney. See more »

Quotes

Blanche Morton: Say honey, do you mind if I ask you how old George is?
Gracie Allen: No, go right ahead.
Blanche Morton: Well, how old is he?
Gracie Allen: I don't know.
Blanche Morton: You don't know his age?
Gracie Allen: Well, how could I? He keeps changing every year!
Blanche Morton: Oh but, honey, everybody's age changes.
Gracie Allen: Yeah, and it's so confusing! People should do what I do. When you get to the age that's most becoming, stay there!
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References The Show Goes On (1950) See more »

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Happy Hmm-Hmm to You
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Written by Mildred J. Hill & Patty S. Hill
Performed by Gracie Allen
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