The George Burns celebrity doll depicts him as himself an American comedian, television and radio personality, singer, and writer. He is best known for The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, which ran on CBS from 1950 to 1958. It was was one of the first comedy radio series to make a successful transition to television. The doll was made by Exclusive Premiere in 1997 as part of their Hollywood Walk of Fame Series. Burns died on March 8, 1996 at the age of 100.
The supposed limited edition of 18,000 is like other products from Exclusive Toy Products in that all dolls have the same limited edition number (1 of 18000). Accessories include a microphone and and George Burns signature Walk of Fame plastic display stand.
The action figure is 9 inches tall and comes wearing a black tuxedo with black tie, black sewn on black satin cummerbund, white collared shirt with black buttons, and black pants. All closures are Velcro. The black shoes, grey socks, and cigar are attached as part of the body. The black plastic glasses attach via a hole behind the ears and are removable.
The George Burns doll is almost fully articulated and bends at the elbows and knees, twists at the neck, hips, and shoulders.
Exclusive Premier made another version of George Burns dressed in a black & white checked suit called `Say Goodnight Gracie
Accessories include a microphone and and George Burns signature Walk of Fame plastic display stand.