Announcer is Truman Bradley. Bandleader is Ray Noble. Singer is Frank Parker. And of course, George and Gracie.
George and Gracie announce on the show that she is running for president in the upcoming elections. George is worried that Gracie doesn’t quite understand the qualifications, expectations, and duties of such high office. But when did that ever stop Gracie? The cast is all on her side when Gracie promises to give them all their choice of government jobs. Frank sings, In My Heart Alone.
Amid jokes and puns about government offices, Gracie announces her party. The Surprise Party. Even the commercial has a political slant to fit in with Gracie’s announcement about her election bid. Ray Noble plays a nice dance tune.
Gracie gets busy with her campaign, and dictates a letter to her friend, Bubbles. Newspaper reporters are on hand to get Gracie’s opinions on the hot topics of the day.
She certainly has a different look at the government debt. Through the whole show, George is worried over what the sponsor might think of the crazy idea of Gracie running for president. Just what does the sponsor think? Stay tuned for the phone call at the end of the show.