Gracie spends a contented day at her Beverly Hills home. Lori, 4, and Lissa, 2, are Sandra’s daughters. Here Gracie twists a curl into place on Lissa before joining a card game.
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Retired comic puts her hopes on a horse and wears a loser’s look as she and daughter Sandra wait for the next race at Hollywood Park.
Gracie talks with her son Ronnie in the studio where George is shooting a new series. Ronnie sings and acts in it.
Well I was trying to find out what has become of Sandra Burns, the adopted daughter of George and Gracie. Now after seein many pix of George and Gracie, I STILL have no idea as to what has become of Sandra. I understand that Ronnie died of cancer in 2007. What was her life like as a child of theirs. Many celebrities have, and adopt children for the wrong reasons, only to promote their own careers. I am curious to find out about her life. Was she and Ronnie cut of of Burns & Allen’s will ?
byWill Willard October 25, 2009 at 1:08 pm
Like someone else above I too am interested in learning more about the life of Sandra. You’re supposed to be able to learn anything on line and I am so frustrated i couldn’t even learn her age and cause of death. The only photo was of her at the racetrack with her mother Gracie.
I was most interested in knowing what her relationship was like with her father during the years after her mother passed away
George was one of the most interesting and likable human beings I have ever seen and it is important to me to know that he was loved and how he related to both his children.
bySkip Williams March 17, 2012 at 6:23 pm
Judging by quotes from her in Martin Gottfried’s GEORGE BURNS and THE 100 YEAR DASH, Sandra remained close to her father right to the end, as was son Ronnie. Published shortly before Burns’ death in 1996, “100 YEAR DASH” was the most revealing warts-and-all expose ever offered on the life of Burns, and was written with the cooperation of both children. Later photos of Sandra are hard to find. The most “recent” Sandra pic I’ve seen was a snapshot in the book, DEAR GEORGE, an obvious play by Burns and his writers on the popular Dear Abby column. Published circa 1980, it was not one of Burns’ most successful books.