George Burns


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United States comedian and film actor (1896-1996)

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I know George Burns is dead, but I couldn't resist mentioning him.
George Burns replaces Steve Reid as COO after five years in key management positions within Goldcorp and has over thirty years of mining experience.
OLD CLIPS: The Grove Family, left, and George Burns, above FAMILY FAVOURITES: Dale Robertson, right, as special agent Jim Hardie in Tales of Wells Fargo, Clint Walker of Cheyenne, below, and Four Feather Falls, left
Middle: Josh Duffield-Harding, George Burns, Alex Webster, Thomas Keay.
In a statement, Commissioner George Burns said the division "continues to work diligently with Silver State to make sure they are operating as safely and soundly as possible.
Balzer's early radio comedy-writing career included stints for Bob ``Bazooka'' Burns on the Bing Crosby Kraft Music Hall and for George Burns and Gracie Allen.
Reflections by George Burns, Ingrid Bergman, Michael Caine and more involved in Hollywood productions make for a fun gathering of some of the most insulting, scathing and hilarious descriptions and observations on screen.
A great, great film made in 1975 with Walter Mattau and George Burns as grumpy old men who haven't spoken for 20 years.
Megan Sherliker, Kathryn Worswick, Ben Parfitt, Christy Parfitt, Paul Chandler; Above: Nicola James (regional fund-raising manager, NCH) and George Burns (organiser).
Whoopi Goldberg, Milton Berle and George Burns are just a few of the comedians who have partied at the Friar's Club, but during the textiles market, the famed club was taken over by S.
Where More was James Dean in his rapid rise to the top, early demise, and post-death legend status, Ferrer is the George Burns of Cuban music.
But Ebihara carved out a seven-shot adavantage over the Scot with a sparkling 65 and leads American George Burns by three.
at downtown Hoboken, once hosted George Burns and Gracie Allen, but was demolished 50 years ago and subsequently used as a parking lot.
Brian Murray's Man and Marian Seldes's Woman are the same figures "after the fall," now in the guise of George Burns and Gracie Allen, the gruff-voiced wise-cracker and his ditsy female sidekick.
Film star Eleanor Powell was the Grand Trouper throughout the late 1930s and early 1940s and contributed a chatty monthly column discussing her films and supplying anecdotes about other stars such as Joan Crawford, George Burns, Fred Astaire, Red Skelton, Spencer Tracy, Jimmy Stewart, and Mickey Rooney.