The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show: Season 6, Episode 28

Night of Vaudeville (9 Apr. 1956)

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Ronnie's drama school is losing money and decides to put on its usual production of "Othello" to raise funds. However, Gracie talks them into doing a variety show instead, the type of vaudeville skits that she and George used to do.

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Harry von Zell ...
Harry von Zell / Announcer
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Ronnie Burns ...
Thomas Browne Henry ...
Mr. Channing (as Thomas B. Henry)
Diane Jergens ...
Diane
Jay Wheeler ...
Eddie Cantor
Don Zima ...
Doyle
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Dixon (as Bill Lloyd)
Judy Clark ...
Sophie Tucker
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Ronnie's drama school is losing money and decides to put on its usual production of "Othello" to raise funds. However, Gracie talks them into doing a variety show instead, the type of vaudeville skits that she and George used to do.

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9 April 1956 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The title refers to "Vaudeville" that consisted of a variety of acts presented in theaters throughout the United States and Canada from the 1880's to the 1930's until the advent of radio and the movies. Most entertainers of the early to mid-twentieth century started in vaudeville including George Burns and Gracie Allen. See more »

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References Picnic (1955) See more »

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Makin' Whoopee
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Music by Walter Donaldson
Lyrics by Gus Kahn
Performed by ensemble
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