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Weekend OTR: Burns and Allen — Last Minute Christmas Gift

By: 18 December 2010 3 Comments

It’s the weekend. The weekend before Christmas.

And you know what that means, right? Yes, another sparkling Christmas OTR program right here at First Arkansas News. Christmas is just a week away, so celebrate with an old time radio program from one of the finest acts in the business — George Burns and Gracie Allen.

Hey, Christmas is all about tradition, and what could be more traditional than an old time radio program from the Burns & Allen team? That wacky Gracie will help make your days merry and bright, and that befuddled George reacts to the daffiness of his wife (and the holidays the same way a lot of us do).

As usual, this fine episode is brought to your by our friends over at OTRCat.com. The Cat has a ton of Christmas OTR episodes available for not much money as well as those other programs people have come to love over the years. I’ve been a customer for years. Give The Cat a chance and you’ll be a satisfied customer, too.

Having said all of that, click the below player and enjoy the show. Oh, and if you’ve missed a Christmas episode, no worries — just click here to see the programs that have been posted here over the past few weeks.

Burns & Allen — Gracie’s Last Minute Christmas Gift

About: Ethan C. Nobles:
Benton resident. Rogue journalist. Recovering attorney. Email = Ethan@FirstArkansasNews.net.

3 Comments »

  • Martha H. Smith said:

    This is certainly worth the listen-Cute and clever in a non-sugary way-Just plain ole witty in places, witless in others, making all the funnier still-

  • Martha H. Smith said:

    Really Funny and fun; worth the listen-M. Smith

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