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Gracie Believes George Has a Criminal Record 

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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Cast

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George Burns
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Gracie Allen
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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
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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

The list of aliases that Gracie rattles off were George Burns' real-life aliases from his vaudeville days. 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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Connections

References Dragnet (1951) See more »

Soundtracks

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