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Back from Paris 

Ronnie's in love with Yvette; Harry von Zell's in love with the stewardess; and Gracie's in love with the two dozen dresses that she's flying with back to New York.
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
George Burns ... George Burns
Gracie Allen ... Gracie Allen
Harry von Zell ... Harry von Zell / Announcer
Bea Benaderet ... Blanche Morton (as Bea Benadaret)
Larry Keating ... Harry Morton
Ronnie Burns ... Ronnie Burns
Adelle August ... Joan the Stewardess
Jacqueline Beer ... Yvette
Eugene Borden Eugene Borden ... 2nd Customs Officer
Jean De Briac ... Elderly Lover
Giselle D'Arc Giselle D'Arc ... Woman with Two Lovers
Robert Fortin Robert Fortin ... 2nd Garçon
Steven Geray ... Gaston Broussard
Marcel Rousseau ... 1st Garçon
Paul Thierry Paul Thierry ... The Artist
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Ronnie's in love with Yvette; Harry von Zell's in love with the stewardess; and Gracie's in love with the two dozen dresses that she's flying with back to New York.

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Language:

English | French

Release Date:

14 May 1956 (USA) See more »

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McCadden Productions See more »
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Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This episode's vaudeville Afterpiece is titled "The Backyard Circus." See more »

Goofs

The French waiter doesn't understand when the 2 women order ham and eggs in English. When one of them starts making animal sounds, all of a sudden the waiter gets it. There's only one problem with that: her onomatopeia are still in English! Whereas pigs go "oink" in USA, in France they squeal either "hui-hui" or "groin-groin". Equally, there is no "cock-a-doodle-doo" in France. Chickens go "cocorico!", so the waiter would no more have understood American animal sounds than he would have standard English: it is all foreign to French people. See more »

Quotes

Gracie Allen: [Gracie plans to open a dress shop] You see, my husband is putting up the money, but nobody must know about it.
Gaston Broussard: Not even me?
Gracie Allen: Not even him!
Blanche Morton: Gracie means her husband is a silent partner.
Gracie Allen: Yeah, you see, the less he knows, the more silent he'll be!
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Paris Plans
24 February 2012 | by wes-connorsSee all my reviews

Still in Paris, Gracie (Gracie Allen) lets Blanche (Bea Benaderet) know she's decided to open her own dress shop, after returning home with 24 new dresses. She wants to keep it a secret from George (George Burns), who doesn't like surprises. Gracie promises Blanche a position as "manager and top model," for whatever dresses are too large for the likes of Jacqueline Beer (as Yvette) - presuming the super-model will return to the USA with romance-minded Ronnie (Ronnie Burns). However, he and Ms. Beer bid a sad adieu. On the plane, Harry Von Zell is attracted to shapely stewardess Adelle August.

***** Back from Paris (5/14/56) Frederick de Cordova ~ Gracie Allen, George Burns, Bea Benaderet, Ronnie Burns


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