The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show - S01E21 – Too Much of the Mortons
George comes to the conclusion that he and Gracie are seeing too much of the Mortons. He devises a plan to trick Blanche and Harry to go out of town for the weekend so he and Gracie can use the Mortons’ pool by themselves. Complications ensue.
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