The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show: Season 1, Episode 3

The Property Tax Assessor (9 Nov. 1950)

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George Burns delivers a monologue on how he met Gracie while she bollixes the tax assessor and frustrates George and Harry with their football knowledge.

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Bill Goodwin ...
Bill Goodwin / Announcer
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Blanche Morton (as Bea Benadaret)
Hal March ...
Bob Sweeney ...
The Tax Assessor
Marilyn Clark ...
Miss Jones
Ellen Hanley ...
Herself / Singer
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George Burns delivers a monologue about how he met Gracie and asides to the audience while she bollixes the tax assessor and frustrates George and Harry with their football knowledge. The characters, especially announcer Bill Goodwin, plug sponsor Carnation Evaporated Milk both within and outside the show's plot line and Burns introduces a singer. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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9 November 1950 (USA)  »

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In public domain, this episode has been released under various titles including "Gracie's Tax Return," "Income Tax Plan," "The Tax Man" and "Property Tax." See more »

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During the conversation about the football game, the quarterback is credited with being responsible for the kickoff. It's unclear if this was an intentional error. See more »

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George Burns: [Referring to his monologue] On radio I could have done this entire bit sitting on a chair.
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