The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show: Season 2, Episode 2

The Beverly Hills Uplift Society (11 Oct. 1951)

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The Beverly Hill Uplift Society no longer has a meeting place because Gracie forgot to pay the rent on their clubhouse. She invites the ladies to have their meetings in the Burns' living room instead.

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Harry von Zell ...
Harry von Zell / Announcer
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Blanche Morton (as Bea Benadaret)
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Florence Bates ...
Mrs. McEveety
Lew Merrill ...
Verna Hillie ...
Joyce McCluskey ...
Club Member
Hope Sansberry ...
Club Member
Margie Liszt ...
Carol
Mary Adams ...
Club Member
Cicely Browne ...
Rita
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The Beverly Hill Uplift Society no longer has a meeting place because Gracie forgot to pay the rent on their clubhouse. She invites the ladies to have their meetings in the Burns' living room instead.

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In public domain, this episode has also been released under the title "The Beverly Hills Society." See more »

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George Burns: Mrs. McEveety's very rich though. Her husband left her a beautiful home in Bel Air, two Cadillac cars, plenty of money. He left her practically everything, the only thing he took with him was the upstairs maid.
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