A pair of comedy legends return to life -- on stage, at least -- as Jack Benny and George Burns are visited by Clarence, an angel posted to the Pearly Gates Entertainment Department. It turns out the longtime best pals and TV stars have a few instances of "mischievous behavior" on their records, and Clarence is there to help clear them up so the duo can take their rightful place in comedy heaven. George Burns' career ran from vaudeville in the '20s, through radio, television and a late-career resurgence in popular movies like The Sunshine Boys
and Oh, God!
. He continued to perform well into his 90s and passed away at the age of 100. His real-life friend Jack Benny was a popular figure on radio, TV and in movies from the '30s to the '60s, with signature bits revolving around his poor violin playing and miserliness. There's even a statue of Benny at the Lewis Family Playhouse, for bringing the city to fame with the running gag, "Train leaving on track five for Anaheim, Azusa and Cu-ca-monga!"
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