George Burns and Gracie Allen met in Vaudeville in the 1930's and then went on to perform on Radio, and eventually had their own television show in the 1950s in front of a live audience. Burns was the straight man to the scatterbrained but loveable Allen.
They continued to play together until Gracie died in 1964 of a heart attack at age 62 while George lived until he reached 100 in 1996. He never remarried saying Gracie was his partner for life.
This clip is a perfect example of Burns and Allen with a bit of Jack Benny tossed in there for laughs. Although dated, the jokes are timeless and a great example of how the Gracie Allen and George Burns' chemistry worked to make audiences laugh for decades.