After insisting that Gracie take her defective new dress to its designer for repair, George finds himself on a flight to Paris, France.
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Harry von Zell ...
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Adelle August ...
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Steven Geray ...
Gaston Broussard
Jacqueline Beer ...
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After insisting that Gracie take her defective new dress to its designer for repair, George finds himself on a flight to Paris, France.

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7 May 1956 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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This episode's vaudeville Afterpiece is titled "The Auto Show." See more »

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Harry von Zell: I'm glad I'm single. I could never afford a dress like that for my wife.
Gracie Allen: Oh, that's not true, Harry! You'll find when you get married that we wives can afford things our husbands haven't even got the money for!
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Gracie Dresses Up Paris
24 February 2012 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

After buying an expensive new "Broussard" dress, Gracie (Gracie Allen) decides she doesn't like the bow or the way it looks in the back as held up on (the front of) helpful Harry Von Zell. He reminds Gracie that designer Steven Geray (as Gaston Broussard) must have known what he was doing, and suggests she take it back. George (George Burns) agrees, so Gracie arranges a trip to France. Naturally, son Ronnie (Ronnie Burns) wants to go along, as does Blanche (Bea Benaderet). In Paris, Gracie humorously sets the dress designer straight.

****** A Paris Creation (5/7/56) Frederick de Cordova ~ Gracie Allen, George Burns, Harry Von Zell, Ronnie Burns


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