The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show: Season 3, Episode 1

Wardrobe Woman Wins Free Trip to Hawaii (9 Oct. 1952)

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Gracie tries to play cupid for Harry and her wardrobe woman, not realizing that the woman is married already and has two children

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Harry von Zell ...
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Blanche Morton (as Bee Benadaret)
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Hal March ...
Michael Rockford
James Flavin ...
Frank
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Gracie tries to play cupid for Harry and her wardrobe woman, not realizing that the woman is married already and has two children

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9 October 1952 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Gracie Allen: Well, you'll love Honolulu. Oh, when George and I were there, we had a wonderful time.
Jane Adams: Really? Did you go by plane or by boat?
Gracie Allen: Well, I don't know - George bought the tickets.
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It's Just A Little Brown Gal In A Little Grass Skirt In A Little Grass Shack In Hawaii
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Written by Don McDiarmid and Lee Wood
Sung by 'George Burns'
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