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I Love Her, That's Why! : An Autobiography
by Cynthia Hobart Lindsay and George George Burns




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I Love Her, That's Why , first published in 1955, is an entertaining look at the life and career (to 1955) of comedian George Burns and his wife Gracie Allen. From humble beginnings in New York, Burns and Allen went on to become much-loved stars of stage, radio, television, and the big-screen, one of the few entertainers to be successful in each venue. The book begins with Burns' childhood and early struggles in vaudeville before he meets Gracie Allen. Burns then details his efforts to win her affections; their marriage and adoptions of two children; radio, film, and TV productions (including the script of a 1955 show for their television series). Included are 16 pages of illustrations. George Burns, born in 1896, passed away at age 100 in 1996. Gracie Allen preceded him in death, passing away in 1964.

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Overview

I Love Her, That's Why , first published in 1955, is an entertaining look at the life and career (to 1955) of comedian George Burns and his wife Gracie Allen. From humble beginnings in New York, Burns and Allen went on to become much-loved stars of stage, radio, television, and the big-screen, one of the few entertainers to be successful in each venue. The book begins with Burns' childhood and early struggles in vaudeville before he meets Gracie Allen. Burns then details his efforts to win her affections; their marriage and adoptions of two children; radio, film, and TV productions (including the script of a 1955 show for their television series). Included are 16 pages of illustrations. George Burns, born in 1896, passed away at age 100 in 1996. Gracie Allen preceded him in death, passing away in 1964.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781523200917
  • ISBN-10: 152320091X
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: January 2016
  • Page Count: 302
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.51 x 0.63 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.77 pounds


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