Gracie arranges to find a wife for Mr. Jantzen via correspondence, but she was less than truthful in her description and can't get George out of the house so the pair can meet. Meanwhile, Ronnie approaches George for acting advice.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Harry von Zell ...
Harry von Zell / Announcer
Harry Morton (credit only)
Jody Warner ...
Yvonne Lime ...
Darlene Albert ...
Julie Aames


Gracie finds out that Mr. Jantzen, a widowed plumber with four teenage daughters, is looking for a wife. She volunteers to help out by placing an ad for him in the "Personals" column, but in her zeal to help Mr. Jantzen, she "stretches" the truth a bit. Complications ensue. Written by

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15 April 1957 (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 "Wilbur Orville Allen, Barnstormer." See more »


Gracie Allen: Mr. Jansen, you can depend on me. Didn't I think of the idea?
Mr. Jansen the Plumber: Yes!
Gracie Allen: Well, it's dependable because it's out of my head - and I am too!
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