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Gracie Giving Party for Atomic Scientist 

Gracie gives a dinner party for a famous but somewhat eccentric atomic scientist, who never accepts invitations. However, the scientist hears that George was in Las Vegas at the time of the... See full summary »

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George Burns
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Harry von Zell / Announcer
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Blanche Morton (as Bee Benadaret)
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Dr. Bradley
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Gracie gives a dinner party for a famous but somewhat eccentric atomic scientist, who never accepts invitations. However, the scientist hears that George was in Las Vegas at the time of the atomic testing and, thinking that George is a fellow scientist, accepts Gracie's invitation. Written by frankfob2@ahoo.com

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16 October 1952 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.33 : 1
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Gracie Allen: You know, as Benjamin Franklin said, "A scientist shouldn't change his mind in the middle of the stream".
Blanche Morton: [incredulous] Benjamin Franklin said that?
Gracie Allen: No, I said it, but I gave him the credit - he hasn't said much, lately.
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