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Episode 1459

c. 1943


Original air date unknown.

Cast: Gertrude Berg (Molly Goldberg); James R. Waters (Jake Goldberg); Roslyn Silber (Rosalie Goldberg); Alfred Ryder (Sammy Goldberg); Menasha Skulnik (Uncle David).

Announcer introduction: "Well, Molly's new daughter-in-law has swept the Goldbergs right off their feet. Sammy's wife is all the things that Molly ever dreamed of... and Molly and Jake keep singing her praises. Only Rosie Goldberg is still suspicious of Grace. You see it was a letter from Grace that announced that she had been married to Sammy just before he was sent abroad. Now Grace is in Lastenbury on a visit... but on the next farm is a new farmhand named George and George comes from Grace's town. Most peculiar of all, we know that he met Grace on the train and rode with her for a few stations. George warned her to be careful... that he had almost given away the fact that he and she knew each other. Then... we saw him get off the stop before Lastenbury so he wouldn't be seen by the Goldbergs. Now Rosie heard from a neighbor that George was on the train... but that's all... and she's wondering... Listen..."

Announcer close: "Well... this may kill Rosie's suspicions but it won't kill the facts. And we know that George and Grace do know each other and have a great deal in common... including some common plan. But the girl has beauty and charm enough to sweep all the coincidences into the dust. Molly and Jake have love enough to accept anything. Just what is Grace up to? Why did she marry Sammy and come to Lastenbury?"