The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show: Season 5, Episode 11

George Gets Call from Unknown Victor (13 Dec. 1954)

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George gets irritated when Gracie mishandles a telephone call. She remembers the message, but not the caller's last name or phone number.

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Cast

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Harry von Zell ...
Harry Von Zell / Announcer
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Blanche Morton (as Bea Benadaret)
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Joseph Kearns ...
Monte Factor (as Joe Kearns)
Pierre Watkin ...
The Man Customer (as Pierre Watkins)
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Victor the Delivery Boy (as Carl Switzer)
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George gets irritated when Gracie mishandles a telephone call. She remembers the message, but not the caller's last name or phone number.

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13 December 1954 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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In a previous episode, Joseph Kearns portrayed Mr. Tavelman, George Burns real-life tailor. In this episode, the same set is utilized and Kearns essentially plays the same role, but his character is named Monte Factor. See more »

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Blanche Morton: Oh, I'm sorry, Harry.
Harry Morton: Well you should be. You should be sorry, failing at a task that wouldn't tax the mentality of a maladjusted amoeba!
Blanche Morton: Maladjusted amoeba! You and your two-dollar words! You know, if you'd cash a few of them, we might be able to buy a pound of hamburger!
Harry Morton: There's never a shortage of hamburger in this house, you serve it at least four times a week.
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