The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show: Season 7, Episode 17

The Costume Party (31 Dec. 1956)

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George and Harry need a loan from banker Vanderlip to secure a business deal, so George and Gracie throw a dinner party and invite him. Ronnie suggests that it be a costume party, but when ... See full summary »

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Harry von Zell ...
Harry von Zell / Announcer
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Ronnie Burns ...
King Donovan ...
Jean Willes ...
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Grandon Rhodes ...
Sarah Selby ...
Gloria Marshall ...
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George and Harry need a loan from banker Vanderlip to secure a business deal, so George and Gracie throw a dinner party and invite him. Ronnie suggests that it be a costume party, but when Mr. Vanderlip shows up in costume, George mistakes him for Harry's shifty brother Roger and throws him out. Written by frankfob2@ahoo.com

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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This episode's Vaudeville Afterpiece is titled "Relative Who Is a Cab Driver." See more »

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Roger Baker: Oh Gracie, I would like to bring a girl tonight if she wouldn't crowd your table.
Gracie Allen: Oh, I'm sure she wouldn't. But if she does, I'll have her sit on a chair like the rest of us.
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