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The story you are about to hear is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent. Joe Friday is working the Burglary department, when they have to investigate the theft from a church at Christmas time. Joe, and partner, Frank Smith set out to mail Christmas cards, and talk about their Christmas shopping, but are interupted to go on…
 
As Christmas draws near, all is quiet in the house with Rochester and Jack, but it's not what you might think. After some Christmas card fun, Jack gives a call to Don Wilson's wife, and discovers that Don already has a metal tip set of shoelaces. Now he goes out to return his gift yet again. With Mary out sick, her sister Babe stands in to ride wit…
 
It's the Adventures of Gracie Allen, with George Burns and the first appearance for singer and band leader, Tony Martin. Gracie is excited over her being married soon. George interupts her zaniness to introduce Tony Martin. With greeting all around, Tony mentions his last picture, Pigskin Parade which gets Gracie confused. Gracie talks about two me…
 
It's the Adventures of Gracie Allen, with George Burns and the first appearance for singer and band leader, Tony Martin. Gracie is excited over her being married soon. George interupts her zaniness to introduce Tony Martin. With greeting all around, Tony mentions his last picture, Pigskin Parade which gets Gracie confused. Gracie talks about two me…
 
In convincing Fibber to rise and shine, Molly's reverse psychology gets him thinking he's a tired old man. Jumping out of bed, he works out to an exercise program on the radio with Frank Nelson. Now eager to get physically fit, Fibber becomes health conscious about his breakfast. Abigail Uppington pops in to tell about being hostess at the military…
 
In convincing Fibber to rise and shine, Molly's reverse psychology gets him thinking he's a tired old man. Jumping out of bed, he works out to an exercise program on the radio with Frank Nelson. Now eager to get physically fit, Fibber becomes health conscious about his breakfast. Abigail Uppington pops in to tell about being hostess at the military…
 
Jack, Billy, and Betty are hiding out in an old lifeboat near the restaurant. As the guys sneak out to the schooner, Betty is left behind and will make a sound like a gecko to warn the guys if Blackbeard or his henchmen come out. Geckos are everywhere, so how will the boys know if it is Betty or a lizard? Tired of waiting, Betty meets up with Jack …
 
We listen in to a drama of a gal being accused by her boyfriend of cheating on him while he spent time behind bars. Does he have anything to worry about? Cut to the action in the Blue Note and Casey talking with Ethylbert and Ann. Their Thanksgiving evening is interupted with the report of a murder. Might it be the jealous boyfriend? Casey heads ou…
 
We listen in to a drama of a gal being accused by her boyfriend of cheating on him while he spent time behind bars. Does he have anything to worry about? Cut to the action in the Blue Note and Casey talking with Ethylbert and Ann. Their Thanksgiving evening is interupted with the report of a murder. Might it be the jealous boyfriend? Casey heads ou…
 
It's the week before Christmas and all through the town, people drop happy hints at what they're giving to one another. All except for the thing being exchanged between Mr Colby and Mel. Will Mel take Betty's hints at what she wants for Christmas? Her hints at perfume just got upgraded to a calfskin bag, but can Mel exchange the perfume? Maybe if h…
 
In the barber shop a man gets the finishing touches before he turns to doing a tough job, telling old sheriff Starbuck that he's fired. The whole town agrees, but the news won't be easy to break. The tension is broken when Brit arrives for a trim and small talk abounds. The man in the chair, Alph, sees the chance to pawn off the duty on Brit. Old G…
 
Just after last week's TV show, Jack is pleased with the laughter it received. Not bad for someone who has been in show businesses long as Jack has… How long has that been anyway? Eavesdropping at Dennis Day's dressing room, we listen to the complaints his mom has about Jack. Verna Felton is pleased to hear about the prank Dennis has planned. He'll…
 
Just after last week's TV show, Jack is pleased with the laughter it received. Not bad for someone who has been in show businesses long as Jack has… How long has that been anyway? Eavesdropping at Dennis Day's dressing room, we listen to the complaints his mom has about Jack. Verna Felton is pleased to hear about the prank Dennis has planned. He'll…
 
It's Christmas season on the streets of Summerfield as Leroy has fun sliding across the ice on the sidewalk. He and Gildersleeve walk down the sidewalk and talk about their social activities. Leroy is heading to his friend Piggy's, but Gildy meets Catherine. Gildy soon learns that his rival for Catherine's hand, Doc Olsen, is back. Now Gildersleeve…
 
Following instructions in a note to meet uncle Jim, Jack, Betty and Billy are on the way, but wonder if they may be walking into a trap. After a narrow miss, they are once again in a taxi, and keep second thinking what to do. Betty waits in the cab while Jack and Billy have a closer look at the seedy restaurant. Leaving Betty with the taxi, the boy…
 
The cast spend a few moments in casual joking and generally cracking wise with each other. As Marjie and her friends visit, jokes on Christmas trees, and all things Christmas related are hurled about. Then we're introduced to a boy, Robert Weatherby, who proclaims there's no Santa, and is generally anti Christmas, until he breaks a glass statue of …
 
Billy and Betty have been waiting for their pals, Jack and uncle Jim to return from the Black Shark. Jack fills them in on how things went, but now the three of them wonder what's happened o uncle Jim, Cann they trust the Philipino that is calling to them from the shore>? Under cover of darkness, they slip away, but aren't sure if the note left for…
 
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