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Footage from the Saint vs Vikings game synced up with Paul Allen's radio call. Video rights belong to the NFL. I don't own the rights to either audio or video, just put it together for Viking Fans to watch. What an unbelievable last play of the game, next to the Music City Miracle as best walk off TD in a playoff game.
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Here’s Paul Allen with Pete Burcich with the Vikings radio call of the final play when Case Keenum connects with Stefon Diggs who gets a big run after the case for the game-winning TD that’s being dubbed “A Minneapolis Miracle” as the Minnesota Vikings defeat the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional Playoff 29-24 & move to Philadelphia next Sunday to play the #1 Eagles in the NFC Championship. We also hear former Viking Ben Leber down on the field interviewing Adam Thielen postgame amidst a raucous U.S. Bank Stadium.
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In the last show of the season, the success of the competing show "Stop the Music" is mocked. The denizens of Allen's Alley discuss their upcoming vacations. In a sketch, Fred goes to visit his nemesis, Jack Benny. otrcomedy.blogspot.com
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show. January 10, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Grape-Nuts. The cast does Gracie's new murder mystery, "Slay It With Music," or, "Love Begins At Eight Dollars and Forty cents." Gracie sings, "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen." Tony Martin sings, "When The Mighty Organ Played O Promise Me." The program is also known as, "The Grape-Nuts Flakes Program."
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George and Gracie go to see an Alan Ladd movie, and Gracie is smitten. When this makes George jealous, Ladd shows up in person. George makes a reference during the movie to Vox Pop, which was a popular radio show with man-in-the-street interviews and quizzes. The title comes from the latin phrase "vox populi". Mel Blanc's downcast mailman makes another appearance; the character was a takeoff on Bill Thompson's Wallace Whimple character from Fibber McGee and Molly. This episode starts with a wartime plea from Gracie to conserve paper. Even toward the end of the war, there was a strong focus on conservation and the homefront war effort
Starring George Burns and Gracie Allen, Artie Shaw and his Orchestra and Bud Easton (announcer). Gracie is at home taking care of her sick grandfather, so George decides to broadcast their Thanksgiving show from there. But then George tries to escape when he finds out that her ailing grandpappy has the measles and the house will be quarantined!! With original Spam commercials. Not rated. Broadcast date: November 11, 1940.
Gracie gets a job in a department store.
Please Like and Subscribe. The Allen Saxton Matter Sponsored by: Wrigley's Spearmint Gum. Mr. Saxton has purchased a "supposedly priceless" painting for $200,000. It may be a forgery, and Mr. Saxton has it insured. This show aired 10/20/1953 and stars John Lund. ******* The Howard Arnold Matter A gangster's lawyer fears he's going to be killed by the Boss, and gives Johnny an envelope with the "goods" just in case. This show aired 10/27/1953 and stars John Lund. Don't forget to Like and Subscribe. Leave a comment and tell me what you think.
This episode is from the last season before George Burns changed the format of the series to a sitcom. As such, it has a lot of variety show banter and music, and is very enjoyable. Most of the jokes revolve around George's visit to an art gallery with actress Cobina Wright. Also, Gracie sings "Accidentally on Purpose". She didn't sing much, if at all, after the format change, so this would have been one of her final songs on the show.
Program: The Burns and Allen Show Guest: Frank Sinatra Date: 08-31-1943 Sponsor: Lever Brothers Network: CBS Note: This old time radio show is in the public domain* and from my personal collection and can be used for historical, educational, and entertainment purposes. *We have checked with the Library of Congress regarding the status of old time radio recordings made prior to 1978 and that all such recordings are generally in the public domain, as sound recordings were not allowed under the previous copyright law and such recordings have not been granted copyright status under the new laws.
Please Like and Subscribe. Fred Allen provides comedy with guest Jack Benny at the town hall tonight. This show aired 12/22/1937 and Guest Jack Benny. Don't forget to Like and Subscribe. Leave a comment and tell me what you think.
Gracie tries to meet the new neighbors.