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Gracie & George Try for a Day at the Beach 

George has an important business meeting at the beach, but Gracie thinks it's a pleasure trip and invites their friends to tag along. Unfortunately, each time they're prepared to leave, some interruption detains them.

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
... George Burns
... Gracie Allen
... Harry von Zell / Announcer
... Blanche Morton (as Bea Benadaret)
... Harry Morton
Kathryn Card ... Mrs. Johnson
... Howard Williams
... Alice
... The Man With The Petition
... Mrs. Myers
Ronald Keith ... Al Myers
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George has an important business meeting at the beach, but Gracie thinks it's a pleasure trip and invites their friends to tag along. Unfortunately, each time they're prepared to leave, some interruption detains them.

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Release Date:

16 May 1955 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Beginning with this show, nearly every episode originally closed with a 3-4 minute "Afterpiece," one of George and Gracie's vaudeville routines, which were performed in front of an audience after the weekly sitcom storyline was resolved. The title of this episode's Afterpiece is "Beach - Gracie's Family." See more »

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Gracie Allen: I remember one Sunday my sister Hazel went to the beach, and she took along her two boys, Albert and Ed. Well, we buried Albert in the sand and then Ed would go in the water, and then we'd bury Ed and Albert would go in the water, and then we'd bury Albert and Ed would go in the water. Well, that went on all day.
George Burns: What was the idea?
Gracie Allen: They only had one bathing suit.
George Burns: I see what you mean.
Gracie Allen: And you know, one time we buried Albert and forgot where we buried him and Ed was arrested!
George Burns: Why?
Gracie Allen: Well, Albert ...
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