Gracie: a love story
Her name was Gracie Allen, but she was on a first-name basis with America. There was only one Gracie, and Gracie: A Love Letter is the story of her life, as told by the only person who could, George Burns. Brings to life the charming woman who was smart enough to become the dumbest woman in show business history. 16 pages of photos.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - quiBee - LibraryThing
This is a sweet memoir about George Burn's and Gracie Allen's life together, from their very early years, through vaudeville and onward. The memoir is full of George Burn's self-deprecating humour and one-liners and also full of his love for Gracie. Enjoyable read. Read full review
Review: Gracie: A Love StoryUser Review - Goodreads
Show business became big business in the 20th century. Vaudeville had its stars, but radio made them even bigger stars. Then along came television that created even bigger stars. George Burns and ... Read full review