Gracie Allen

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Noun1.Gracie Allen - United States comedienne remembered as the confused but imperturbable partner of her husband, George Burns (1906-1964)
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Named after the late Gracie Allen, the Gracie Awards acknowledge exemplary programming and individual achievement by, for and about women in all facets of media.
The comedy team of George Burns and Gracie Allen, that from the 1930s through the 1960s took comedy from vaudeville to radio and then to television, switched their roles at one point.
Comedian Gracie Allen, wife of George Burns, died in Los Angeles.
There was Carol Burnett, Lucille Ball and Gracie Allen - that's a long, long time ago.
Gracie Allen and Gertrude Stein; Sigmund Freud and Jean Harlow; Joseph Stalin and Elsa Schiaparelli; etc.
Messing has been nominated for many awards and won an Emmy Award, SAG Award, TV Guide Award, and the Gracie Allen Award.
The well-known comedy team of George Burns and Gracie Allen lasted from the days of vaudeville through the early days of TV.
DuPont award, the Gracie Allen award, and honors from the NAACP and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute.
THE ACTRESSES Marlene Dietrich, Gloria Swanson, Joan Crawford, and Bette Davis, comedian Gracie Allen, Julia Childs, Queen Elizabeth I, and even two fictional characters, Endora (Agnus Moorehead) of Bewitched and Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter) are among the women who make it into My Diva, an anthology of short essays, each a few pages long, by writers and poets on the famous women who affected their lives.
When comedian Gracie Allen took up painting, she determined to paint only masterpieces.
In 1940, as FDR maintained his stranglehold on the executive branch, comedienne Gracie Allen ran as the ersatz insurgent candidate of the Surprise Party and released Gracie Allen For President, a book spelling out her stances on the issues of the day.