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  • Season 3
    • September 26, 1952
      September 26, 1952
      Episode 56
      9/26/52
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      Larry Storch hosts the final episode of the series. His scheduled guests on the last show are vocalists Donald Richards and Mary Mayo.

    • September 19, 1952
      September 19, 1952
      Episode 55
      9/19/52
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      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include Metropolitan Opera star Lois Hunt and Broadway performer Tony Bavaar.
    • September 12, 1952
      September 12, 1952
      Episode 54
      9/12/52
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      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include vocalists Georgia Gibbs and Earl Wrightson.
    • September 5, 1952
      September 5, 1952
      Episode 53
      9/5/52
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      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include Jan Peerce and Marilyn Ross.
    • August 29, 1952
      August 29, 1952
      Episode 52
      8/29/52
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      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include vocalists Alan Dale and Jane Pickens.
    • August 22, 1952
      August 22, 1952
      Episode 51
      8/22/52
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      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include Broadway actress and dancer Doretta Morrow and Don Cornell.
    • August 8, 1952
      August 8, 1952
      Episode 50
      8/8/52
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      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include Bob Crosby, ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson and singer/violinist Gizele MacKenzie.
    • August 1, 1952
      August 1, 1952
      Episode 49
      8/1/52
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      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include band leader/pianist Carmen Cavallero, vocalist June Vallie, and Broadway performer Tony Bavaar.
    • July 25, 1952
      July 25, 1952
      Episode 48
      7/25/52
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      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include singer Connie Russell, violinist Florian Zabach, vocalist Donald Richards, and the Pastels.
    • July 18, 1952
      July 18, 1952
      Episode 47
      7/18/52
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      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include the "Velvet Fog", Mel Torme, Kitty Kallen and the Clark Brothers.
    • July 11, 1952
      July 11, 1952
      Episode 46
      7/11/52
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      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include harpist Robert Maxwell, singer Connie Haines and baritone Earl Wrightson.
    • July 4, 1952
      July 4, 1952
      Episode 45
      7/4/52
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      Comedian Larry Storch takes over as the series' host. His scheduled guests include opera soprano Roberta Peters, jazz pianist Maurice Rocco, Flamenco dancer Trini Reyes and tap dancer Derby Wilson.
    • June 27, 1952
      June 27, 1952
      Episode 44
      6/27/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include slapstick novelty act Paul Remos and his Toy Boys and tap dancers the Clark Brothers.
    • June 20, 1952
      June 20, 1952
      Episode 43
      6/20/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Richard Tucker and singer Teresa Brewer.
    • June 13, 1952
      June 13, 1952
      Episode 42
      6/13/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Nat "King" Cole and Mary Mayo.
    • June 6, 1952
      June 6, 1952
      Episode 41
      6/6/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guest include vocalists Morton Downey and the DeCastro Sisters.
    • May 30, 1952
      May 30, 1952
      Episode 40
      5/30/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singer Collette Lyons and Metropolitan opera tenor Eugene Conley.
    • May 23, 1952
      May 23, 1952
      Episode 39
      5/23/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests includ singers Donald Richards and Jane Morgan.
    • May 16, 1952
      May 16, 1952
      Episode 38
      5/16/52
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      Jackie Gleason returns with his scheduled guests singer Merv Griffin and Broadway and radio vocalist Jane Pickens.
    • May 9, 1952
      May 9, 1952
      Episode 37
      5/9/52
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      Art Carney substitutes for the vacationing Jackie Gleason. His scheduled guests include big band vocalist Toni Arden, ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson, comic and singer Ralph Young, and musical/comedy sister act Betty and Jane Kean.
    • May 2, 1952
      May 2, 1952
      Episode 36
      5/2/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Johnny Desmond and Broadway musical/comedy performer Betty George.
    • April 25, 1952
      April 25, 1952
      Episode 35
      4/25/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Tony Bennett and Beverly Hudson.
    • April 18, 1952
      April 18, 1952
      Episode 34
      4/18/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include the Deep River Boys and Mary Mayo.
    • April 11, 1952
      April 11, 1952
      Episode 33
      4/11/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Peggy Lee and opera baritone Lawrence Winters.
    • April 4, 1952
      April 4, 1952
      Episode 32
      4/4/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalists Dorothy Dandridge and Del Casino.
    • March 28, 1952
      March 28, 1952
      Episode 31
      3/28/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Connie Haines and Stuart Harris.
    • March 21, 1952
      March 21, 1952
      Episode 30
      3/21/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalists Alan Dale and Yvette.
    • March 14, 1952
      March 14, 1952
      Episode 29
      3/14/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include tenor Clark Dennis, mezzo soprano Nancy Donovan and $150,000 worth of mink coats.
    • March 7, 1952
      March 7, 1952
      Episode 28
      3/7/52
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      Morey Amsterdam substituted for Jackie Gleason who was injured rehearsing a wrestling sketch. Scheduled guests include singer Jan Peerce and actress Roberta Quinlan.

    • February 29, 1952
      February 29, 1952
      Episode 27
      2/29/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include opera and Broadway tenor Robert Rounseville and singer Betty George.
    • February 22, 1952
      February 22, 1952
      Episode 26
      2/22/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Mel Torme and Thelma Carpenter.
    • February 15, 1952
      February 15, 1952
      Episode 25
      2/15/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Lois Hunt and singer Donald Richards.
    • February 8, 1952
      February 8, 1952
      Episode 24
      2/8/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include opera tenor Eugene Conley and actress Polly Bergen.
    • February 1, 1952
      February 1, 1952
      Episode 23
      2/1/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singer Peggy Lee and Carlos Ramirez.
      Kathryn Murray appears to present Jackie with a check for $10,000 for the National Amputation Foundation (Gleason is the national chairman).
    • January 25, 1952
      January 25, 1952
      Episode 22
      1/25/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singers Teresa Brewer and Morton Downey.
    • January 18, 1952
      January 18, 1952
      Episode 21
      1/18/52
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      Art Carney guests hosts for the vacationing Jackie Gleason. His guests include vocalists The Beachcombers, Kitty Kallen, comedian Jay Marshall and Verna Raymond.
    • January 11, 1952
      January 11, 1952
      Episode 20
      1/11/52
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      Singer Donald Richards is guest host for Jackie Gleason. His scheduled guests include singer/pianist Hazel Scott, dancer Chaz Chase, and Trini Reyes.
    • January 4, 1952
      January 4, 1952
      Episode 19
      1/4/52
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singers Champ Butler and Jane Morgan and dancer Ray Malone.
    • December 28, 1951
      December 28, 1951
      Episode 18
      12/28/51
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Georgia Gibbs and 8-year-old Verna Raymond.
    • December 21, 1951
      December 21, 1951
      Episode 17
      12/21/51
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      Jackie Gleason's guests include Broadway and radio vocalist Jane Pickens, the Beachcombers, and juggler Rudy Cardenas.
      TV Guide presents Gleason with the "Personality of the Year" award. The highlight is a Christmas Eve Honeymooner's sketch featuring many of Gleason's characters visiting the Kramdens' apartment. Ralph misses them all abecause he's out buying potato salad. The show closes with cast and audience singing "Silent Night."moreless
    • December 14, 1951
      December 14, 1951
      Episode 16
      12/14/51
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include 8-year-old Verna Raymond, opera tenor Jan Peerce, and actress Martha Stewart.
      In the Honeymooners sketch "Quiz Show", Ralph goes on incessantly about Alice's wrong answer costing them a big prize on a radio show. (Their consolation prize is a years worth of cereal.) The sponsor and host visit the Kramdens because they discovered that Alice DID give the correct answer. Now it's up to big mouth Ralph to answer a question correctly to win the prize for them.moreless
    • December 7, 1951
      December 7, 1951
      Episode 15
      12/7/51
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Flamenco dancer Trini Reyes and big band legend Cab Calloway.
      Fenwick Babbitt appears on the game show "Can You Do This" hosted by Happy Larry Barnaby (Carney). Rudy the Repairman and Whitey cause destruction attempting to kill a mouse. Cab Calloway singing "That Old Black Magic" and "The Hi-De-Ho Man"; Mary Mayo sings "Blue Moon." In the Honeymooners sketch "Ring Salesman", Ralph jumps to conclusions and assumes Alice is having an affair with a ring salesman. In actuality, he's helping her buy Ralph's Christmas present.moreless
    • November 30, 1951
      November 30, 1951
      Episode 14
      11/30/51
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Metropolitan Opera tenor Richard Tucker, comedian/impressionist George Kirby, and nightclub singer Yvette.
    • November 23, 1951
      November 23, 1951
      Episode 13
      11/23/51
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      Jackie Gleason welcomes guests Nancy Wright, Georgie Tapps and singer Dick Haymes.
    • November 16, 1951
      November 16, 1951
      Episode 12
      11/16/51
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Harry Belafante, singer Igor Gorin, and pianist Carmen Cavallaro.
      In the Honeymooners sketch "Ralph Threatens To Leave," Ralph complains about the meat loaf Alice made for dinner, causing her to ridicule his bus driving career. Insulted, Ralph storms out. Goren sings "Without a Song" and Rossini's "La Danza." Cavallaro plays Chopin's "Polonaise." Belafante performs with the June Taylor Dancers. Joe the Bartender gossips and Reggie Van Gleason III leads a ragged boys' troop.moreless
    • November 9, 1951
      November 9, 1951
      Episode 11
      11/9/51
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include opera star Roberta Peters, dancer Bob Fosse, and Alan Dale.
    • November 2, 1951
      November 2, 1951
      Episode 10
      11/2/51
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      Jackie Gleason's guests include singer Julie Wilson, vocalist Don Cornell, and the dance team of Gehrig and Weismuller.
      Gleason opens with his celebrity impressions. Cornell sings his hit "It Isn't Fair" and Wilson does "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans." Joe the Bartender gossips. In the Honeymooner's sketch "The New Television Set", Alice tests out a new TV set on a trial basis until Ralph hits the roof and orders her to return it. The TV man comes to reclaim the set and tells Ralph how much Alice enjoyed watching it. Ralph relents and buys her the television. Gleason and Carney do a silent movie take-off, ""Happy Jack Goes-A-Courtin"."moreless
    • October 26, 1951
      October 26, 1951
      Episode 9
      10/26/51
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      Gleason's guests are vocalists Georgia Gibbs and Arthur Lee Simpkins, and columnist Earl Wilson.
      Jackie performs a comedy magic act. Reginald Van Gleason III performs with the ridiculous musicians at a charity bazaar. The June Taylor Dancers perform two numbers. Clem Finch (Carney) and Charlie Bratton (Gleason) appear in another lunchroom sketch. Gibbs sings "I'll Always Be in Love With You." Wilson recognizes Gleason for his charity work with an amputees foundation.

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    • October 19, 1951
      October 19, 1951
      Episode 8
      10/19/51
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singer Kitty Kallen, dance team Harold and Lola, and Lanny Ross.
    • October 12, 1951
      October 12, 1951
      Episode 7
      10/12/51
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      Jackie Gleason's guest include vocalist Mel Torme, Metropolitan Opera star Lois Hunt and violinist Maria Naglia.
      "The Loudmouth" Charlie Bratton debuts and badgers meek Clem Finch who's trying to eat lunch. Gleason plays in a silent movie sketch, "A Day at Coney Island." Torme sings "My Momma Told Me" and "Johnny One Note." Hunt performs "The Laughing Song."
      Announcer Russell says that due to popular response, they're presenting another Honeymooners sketch. In "Razor Blades", Ralph is lathered up but can't find any blades. He accuses Alice of taking them and goes digging through her drawer, tossing clothing as he goes. When he comes across her wedding dress, he cools off and apologizes.moreless
    • October 5, 1951
      October 5, 1951
      Episode 6
      10/5/51
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      This episode features the FIRSTHoneymooners sketch.
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singers Pearl Bailey, Donald Richards and Bill Callahan.
      Jackie plays Joe the Bartender and a slumming Reggie Van Gleason who's been disowned by his family.
      In the Kramdens' debut titled "Bread", an argument starts when Ralph comes in from work and Alice wants him go back out and buy some bread. The fight climaxes when Ralph tosses a canister of flour out the window. Moments later, an unhappy policeman covered in the white powder (Art Carney) appears at the Kramdens' door.

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    • September 21, 1951
      9/21/51
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Carl Ravazza, Mimi Benzell from the Metropolitian Opera, and ballerina Kathryn Lee.
    • September 14, 1951
      9/14/51
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singers Kitty Kallen and Donald Richards, Paul Dixon and lip-synching performer Dottie Mack.
    • September 7, 1951
      9/7/51
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      Jackie Gleason's guests include actress Darla Hood, Maurice Rooco and Jan Peerce.
    • August 31, 1951
      August 31, 1951
      Episode 2
      8/31/51
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      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include comedy actress Luba Malina and singer Champ Butler.
    • August 24, 1951
      August 24, 1951
      Episode 1
      8/24/51
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      Jackie Gleason returns as host. His scheduled guests include Robert Maxwell, Champ Butler and Gracie Barrie.
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