"SAY GOODNIGHT, GRACIE..." With those now familiar words, George Burns and Gracie Allen bid farewell to devoted audiences at the end of each of their broadcasts throughout the Golden Age of radio and television. Now, in this moving audio portrait, George Burns tells the story of his life with Gracie, the dizzy comedienne whose "illogical logic" charmed America. Burns recalls their first meeting, the vaudeville tours, family days in Hollywood, and their lasting friendship with Jack Benny and other entertainment greats. Here is one of America's most beloved comedians remembering the woman he loved best and the extraordinary life they shared together.
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A fine paperback copy. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. ; 319 pages; Description: 319 p. Ill. Subjects: Allen, Gracie, 1906-1964. Burns, George, 1896-. Marriage. Comedians/Entertainers-United States-Biography.Product Description:
For four decades, George Burns and Gracie Allen formed a successful and loving partnership both privately, and publicly as a vaudeville act and later on radio and television. In this book George Burns writes for the first time about the Gracie only he knew.
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Book Description Penguin Books, 1989. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0140126562
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