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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

George Burns/Gracie Allen Shorts Collection (LTC Exclusive!)

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10 classic shorts starring couple and comedy duo George Burns and Gracie Allen

WALKING THE BABY (1933)


Street-sweeper George flirts with a pretty, but dizzy, nursemaid in the park. Incorporates Burns & Allen's vaudeville "dizzy" routine.

 


LET'S DANCE (1933)


Sailor George and his pals visit the Roseland Dance Hall, where funny things happen between conversations with dizzy hostess Gracie.

 


YOUR HAT (1932)


George, working in a hat shop, gets tricky with the customers. Then Gracie comes in and drives him batty.

 


THE BABBLING BOOK (1932)


Burns and Allen have a dizzy conversation in a bookstore.

 


OH, MY OPERATION (1931)


George is taken to the hospital in mistake for an accident victim. After his needless operation, he meets Nurse Gracie, who adds insanity to injury.

 


100% SERVICE (1931)


George registers at the Jefferson Hotel; after the desk clerk gives him the runaround, he meets Gracie at the cigar counter.

 


ONCE OVER, LIGHT (1931)


At the barber shop, George has trouble with a hair tonic salesman and an eccentric customer; then he finds that Gracie is his manicurist.

 


THE ANTIQUE SHOP (1931)


George is distracted from buying a statue by scatterbrained Gracie.

 


PULLING A BONE (1931)


At a department store, George seeks help in getting a bone out of his throat. No one will help him; lunch counter girl Gracie wants to talk about airplanes.

 


FIT TO BE TIED (1930)


George Burns, seeking a tie, is frustrated by department store staff.

 


LAMBCHOPS (1929)


George and Gracie enter an elegant drawing room, looking everywhere for something. Turns out, they're looking for the audience, and when George spots the camera, they start in on their patter. Gracie wants to convince George that she's smart, not dizzy - it's an uphill struggle of which she's blissfully unaware. Midway through, they break into song: "Do You Believe Me?" It includes a little bit of hoofing as the chatting continues. They end on a story Gracie whispers into George's ear.

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10 classic shorts starring couple and comedy duo George Burns and Gracie Allen

WALKING THE BABY (1933)
Street-sweeper George flirts with a pretty, but dizzy, nursemaid in the park. Incorporates Burns & Allen's vaudeville "dizzy" routine.

 

LET'S DANCE (1933)
Sailor George and his pals visit the Roseland Dance Hall, where funny things happen between conversations with dizzy hostess Gracie.

 

YOUR HAT (1932)
George, working in a hat shop, gets tricky with the customers. Then Gracie comes in and drives him batty.

 

THE BABBLING BOOK (1932)
Burns and Allen have a dizzy conversation in a bookstore.

 

OH, MY OPERATION (1931)
George is taken to the hospital in mistake for an accident victim. After his needless operation, he meets Nurse Gracie, who adds insanity to injury.

 

100% SERVICE (1931)
George registers at the Jefferson Hotel; after the desk clerk gives him the runaround, he meets Gracie at the cigar counter.

 

ONCE OVER, LIGHT (1931)
At the barber shop, George has trouble with a hair tonic salesman and an eccentric customer; then he finds that Gracie is his manicurist.

 

THE ANTIQUE SHOP (1931)
George is distracted from buying a statue by scatterbrained Gracie.

 

PULLING A BONE (1931)
At a department store, George seeks help in getting a bone out of his throat. No one will help him; lunch counter girl Gracie wants to talk about airplanes.

 

FIT TO BE TIED (1930)
George Burns, seeking a tie, is frustrated by department store staff.

 

LAMBCHOPS (1929)
George and Gracie enter an elegant drawing room, looking everywhere for something. Turns out, they're looking for the audience, and when George spots the camera, they start in on their patter. Gracie wants to convince George that she's smart, not dizzy - it's an uphill struggle of which she's blissfully unaware. Midway through, they break into song: "Do You Believe Me?" It includes a little bit of hoofing as the chatting continues. They end on a story Gracie whispers into George's ear.

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