The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show: Season 7, Episode 22

The Matrimonial Bureau (4 Feb. 1957)

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Gracie learns that when Ronnie reaches age 21 in four months, he can get legally get married without first asking her permission, so she becomes desperate to pick out a wife for him before that time comes.

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Gracie learns that when Ronnie reaches age 21 in four months, he can get legally get married without first asking her permission, so she becomes desperate to pick out a wife for him before that time comes.

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This episode's Vaudeville Afterpiece is titled "Wyatt Allen, Western Town Marshal." See more »

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Blanche Morton: That George Burns must have lost his mind!
Harry Morton: I'm surprised that such a small object wasn't misplaced long ago.
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References The Jack Benny Program (1950) See more »

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