The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show: Season 5, Episode 36

Gracie Believes George Has a Criminal Record (6 Jun. 1955)

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Danny Goodman, an old vaudeville partner of George's, comes to visit. Trouble starts when they decide to dress in prison outfits and reprise their "jailbird" song and dance routine.

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Harry von Zell ...
Harry von Zell / Announcer
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Blanche Morton (as Bea Benadaret)
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Kathryn Card ...
Mrs. Johnson
Jack Lomas ...
Danny Goodman
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Lt. Boyd
Frank Gerstle ...
Sgt. McDuff
Robert Brubaker ...
The Policeman
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Danny Goodman, an old vaudeville partner of George's, comes to visit. Trouble starts when they decide to dress in prison outfits and reprise their "jailbird" song and dance routine.

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6 June 1955 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This episode's vaudeville Afterpiece is titled "Driver's License Routine." See more »

Quotes

Harry Morton: Those near and dear to me may always count upon my support. For instance, only yesterday you committed a crime and I protected you.
Blanche Morton: I committed a crime?
Harry Morton: That roast you prepared for our dinner was a crime in every sense of the word, but I ate it and destroyed the evidence.
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References Dragnet (1951) See more »

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The Prisoner's Song
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Written by Guy Massey
Performed by Jack Lomas and George Burns
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