Gracie tries to help Bonnie Sue land the leading role in a movie by inviting the director to a fictional-anniversary dinner. George discovers the scheme and creates confusion by declaring it really is the 10th anniversary of some event.

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George Burns
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Harry Morton
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Ronnie Burns
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Gracie tries to help Bonnie Sue land the leading role in a movie by inviting the director to a fictional-anniversary dinner. George discovers the scheme and creates confusion by declaring it really is the 10th anniversary of some event.

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17 February 1958 (USA)  »

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This episode's Vaudeville Afterpiece is titled "Judge of the Old West." See more »

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Gracie Allen: Oh, your Texas accent isn't so bad. When I'm speaking to you, I hardly noticed it except when you answer me.
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