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    • October 26, 1951
      October 26, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 9
      10/26/51
      8.0

      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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    • September 22, 1950
      September 22, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 3
      9/22/50
      5.5
      Jackie Gleason's guests include singer Eddie Fisher, vaudevillian/actor Clarence Stroud, June Walker, harmonica players the Stag McMann Trio, Broadway musical star Jane Pickens and contortionists the Florida Trio. Gleason celebrates his 15th show biz anniversary with a production number to "There's No Business Like Show Business" featuring him doing soft shoe. "The Bachelor" spends an evening at home watching the attractive girl across the alley. Product tester Jackie tries Soothe Drip Coffee which makes him extremely jittery and Atomic Crispies which explode when agitated. Jackie reads from a showgirl's diary he found in his dressing room.moreless
    • April 22, 1950
      April 22, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 47
      4/22/50
      5.0
      Jerry Lester's scheduled cast include dancer Romona Lang, magician Galli-Galli, Kyle MacDonnell, acrobats the Schaller Brothers, and Jackie Robinson from the Brooklyn Dodgers.
      Segments include: Lester dressed as a clown, a take-off on Arthur Godfrey (called Arthur Clodfrey), magician Galli-Galli making baby chicks appear under cups, MacDonnell sings "The Boy Next Door", and Jackie Robinson appears in a maudlin sketch where he visits a kid in a wheelchair.moreless
    • May 6, 1950
      May 6, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 49
      5/6/50
      1.9
      Jerry Lester's scheduled cast includes the Four Steps, vaudeville comedy team Smith and Dale, Leonard Sues, and opera singer Mimi Benzell.
    • July 15, 1950
      July 15, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 59
      7/15/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason hosts his second episode. His scheduled guests include actress Gloria DeHaven, singer Eddie Fisher, Roger Ray, and comedy acrobats the Schaller Brothers.
      In one sketch, Art Carney plays a photographer hired to take photos of "The Man of Distinction", Reginald Van Gleason III, for a whiskey advertisement By the end of the shoot, they're both loaded from having tested the product a few too many times.moreless
    • March 2, 1951
      March 2, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 26
      3/2/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Carlos Ramirez, comedian Joey Bishop, and Fran Warren.
    • October 20, 1950
      October 20, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 7
      10/20/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singer Eddie Fisher, comic sister act Betty and Jane Kean, juggler Maurice Wilcox, comic magician Ken Whitmer, and dancers Copsey and Ayres.
      In sketches, a bachelor with a throbbing headache struggles to make breakfast. A new prisoner is tossed into a cell with a pair of hardened who get him to attempt several ridiculous escape schemes. One plan finally works, they escape, and he gets caught by the guard.
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    • February 1, 1952
      February 1, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 23
      2/1/52
      0.0
      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 21, 1950
      January 21, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 34
      1/21/50
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include vocalist Mindy Carson, acrobatic act the Lane Brothers, vocal group the Deep River Boys, comedy ballroom dancers The Albins, and impressionist Leo De Lyon.
    • January 28, 1950
      January 28, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 35
      1/28/50
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include baritone Robert Merrill of the Metropolitan Opera, singers/dancers the MelloLarks, acrobats Johnson and Owen, vocalist Jack Leonard, and the Richard Adair Dancers.
    • October 19, 1951
      October 19, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 8
      10/19/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singer Kitty Kallen, dance team Harold and Lola, and Lanny Ross.
    • February 22, 1952
      February 22, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 26
      2/22/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Mel Torme and Thelma Carpenter.
    • April 6, 1951
      April 6, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 31
      4/6/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Jay Martin, comic actor Lew Parker and opera star Roberta Peters.
    • March 30, 1951
      March 30, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 30
      3/30/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include comedian Jackie Miles, actress June Havoc and singer Carl Ravazza.
    • March 23, 1951
      March 23, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 29
      3/23/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include bebob/jazz vocalist Hazel Scott, opera tenor Eugene Conley, and the New York University Chapel Choir.
    • June 1, 1951
      June 1, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 39
      6/1/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Mindy Carson. Columnist Earl Wilson of the New York Post will present Gleason with a citation from the New York Journal-American naming him "new comedian of the year".
    • November 9, 1951
      November 9, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 11
      11/9/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include opera star Roberta Peters, dancer Bob Fosse, and Alan Dale.
    • June 8, 1951
      June 8, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 40
      6/8/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason hosts.
    • June 15, 1951
      June 15, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 41
      6/15/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include comedian Morey Amsterdam, vocal group the Ames Brothers and opera and Broadway star Jo Sullivan. The Ames Brothers sing "Sentimental Me", "Oh Babe" and "Blind Barnabus." Morey performs a comedy bit with his cello and is joined by Jackie for a song. Sullivan sings "I'm in Love" and "Too Young." In sketches, Gleason appears as Reggie Van Gleason III, Joe the Bartender, and magician the Great Imperial Roman Dine Dafaar.moreless
    • June 22, 1951
      June 22, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 42
      6/22/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Metropolitan Opera tenor Richard Tucker, big band/Broadway vocalist Gracie Barrie, and comedian/impressionist George Kirby.
    • June 29, 1951
      June 29, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 43
      6/29/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Beverly Hudson, comedian Jay Marshall and opera star Igor Gorin.
    • March 9, 1951
      March 9, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 27
      3/9/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason hosts.
    • January 14, 1950
      January 14, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 33
      1/14/50
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include vocalist Frances Langford, singer/film actor Jack Leonard, bicycle comedy act Bobby Whaling, dancers The Step Brothers, acrobatic comic Ladd Lyon.
    • January 7,1950
      January 7,1950
      Season 1 - Episode 32
      1/7/50
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include Chico Marx, tap dancer Johnny Mack, ballroom dancers Jayne and Adam DiGatano, and guitarists/vocalists the Alexander Brothers.
    • July 2, 1949
      July 2, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 5
      7/2/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include actress Vivian Blaine, Ronnie Lee, acrobat act Los Gottos, vaudeville comedian Al Trahan, and dance team Mata and Hari.
    • April 13, 1951
      April 13, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 32
      4/13/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Connee Boswell, vocal group the Deep River Boys, and acrobats the Arnaut Brothers.
    • October 8, 1949
      October 8, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 19
      10/8/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include singer/bandleader Cab Calloway, actress Marie MacDonald, acrobatic tap dancers the Martin Brothers, vocalists the Wayne Martin Trio, and comedian Gil Lamb.
    • December 17, 1949
      December 17, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 29
      12/17/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include singer/actress Monica Lewis, comic Jack Durant, old-time vaudeville pantomine act Willie, West and McGinty, Chinese dance team Toy and Wing, and teeter-board acrobats Yacopies. With Sammy Spear and his orchestra.
    • August 20, 1949
      August 20, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 12
      8/20/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include opera singer Gladys Swarthout, dancers the Dunhills, Mimi Benzell and the Barry Sisters.
    • June 25, 1949
      June 25, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 4
      6/25/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include Mimi Benzell. With Sammy Spear and his orchestra.
    • August 31, 1951
      August 31, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 2
      8/31/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include comedy actress Luba Malina and singer Champ Butler.
    • August 24, 1951
      August 24, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 1
      8/24/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason returns as host. His scheduled guests include Robert Maxwell, Champ Butler and Gracie Barrie.
    • August 10, 1951
      August 10, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 49
      8/10/51
      0.0
      Larry Storch continues to guest host. His scheduled guests include vocalist Rosemary Clooney.
    • August 13, 1949
      August 13, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 11
      8/13/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include Janet Blair, song and dance act the Blackburn Twins, bicycle trio the Shyrettos, singer/dancer Dorothy Jarnac, actor Zero Mostel and vocalist Carl Ravazza.
    • April 18, 1952
      April 18, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 34
      4/18/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include the Deep River Boys and Mary Mayo.
    • July 23, 1949
      July 23, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 8
      7/23/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include comedian Jackie Miles, singer Kitty Kallen, marionette puppeteers Martin Brothers, Trixie, dancers Andrew Twins, and the Four Step Brothers.
    • October 29, 1949
      October 29, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 22
      10/29/46
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include comic performer Zero Mostel, actress/singer Vivian Blaine, comedienne Virginia Lee, the Richard Adair Dancers, and French opera star Louis Mariano in his American debut.
    • October 22, 1949
      October 22, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 21
      10/22/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include comedian Bert Lahr, Dorothy Claire, singers The Chords, comic-acrobat Walter Dale Wall, dancers Mata and Hari, and vocalists the DeCastro Sisters.
    • October 15, 1949
      October 15, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 20
      10/15/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include vocalist Carol Bruce, knockabout comics the Calgary Brothers, ballroom dance team Landre and Verna, singer Josh White, baton twirlers Ted and Flo Vallett and comic actress Alice Pierce.
    • November 26, 1949
      November 26, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 26
      11/26/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include Ilona Massey, comedian Pinky Lee, Bill Graves, and singers (Josef) Marias and Miranda.
    • November 12, 1949
      November 12, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 24
      11/12/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include film comic Bert Wheeler, singer Kitty Kallen, vocalist Donald Richards, dancers The Spaulding Trio and juggler Rudy Cardenas.
    • July 30, 1949
      July 30, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 9
      7/30/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include comic pianist Victor Borge, jazz singer/actress Thelma Carpenter, comic acrobats/tumblers the Emerald Sisters, and the Beatrice Kraft Dancers.
    • January 11, 1952
      January 11, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 20
      1/11/52
      0.0
      Singer Donald Richards is guest host for Jackie Gleason. His scheduled guests include singer/pianist Hazel Scott, dancer Chaz Chase, and Trini Reyes.
    • March 7, 1952
      March 7, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 28
      3/7/52
      0.0

      Morey Amsterdam substituted for Jackie Gleason who was injured rehearsing a wrestling sketch. Scheduled guests include singer Jan Peerce and actress Roberta Quinlan.

    • March 14, 1952
      March 14, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 29
      3/14/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include tenor Clark Dennis, mezzo soprano Nancy Donovan and $150,000 worth of mink coats.
    • January 18, 1952
      January 18, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 21
      1/18/52
      0.0
      Art Carney guests hosts for the vacationing Jackie Gleason. His guests include vocalists The Beachcombers, Kitty Kallen, comedian Jay Marshall and Verna Raymond.
    • January 25, 1952
      January 25, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 22
      1/25/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singers Teresa Brewer and Morton Downey.
    • May 4, 1951
      May 4, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 35
      5/4/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason stars.
    • April 20, 1951
      April 20, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 33
      4/20/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include comedian Phil Foster, host of TV's You Asked For It Jack Smith and singer Rosalind Courtright.
    • March 16, 1951
      March 16, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 28
      3/16/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason stars.
    • September 26, 1952
      September 26, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 56
      9/26/52
      0.0

      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
      Season 3 - Episode 55
      9/19/52
      0.0
      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include Metropolitan Opera star Lois Hunt and Broadway performer Tony Bavaar.
    • September 12, 1952
      September 12, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 54
      9/12/52
      0.0
      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include vocalists Georgia Gibbs and Earl Wrightson.
    • September 5, 1952
      September 5, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 53
      9/5/52
      0.0
      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include Jan Peerce and Marilyn Ross.
    • August 29, 1952
      August 29, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 52
      8/29/52
      0.0
      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include vocalists Alan Dale and Jane Pickens.
    • May 11, 1951
      May 11, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 36
      5/11/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason stars.
    • May 18, 1951
      May 18, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 37
      5/18/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason stars.
    • August 5, 1950
      August 5, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 62
      8/5/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Bert Wheeler, Billy Daniels, ballroom dance duo Cabot and Dresden, vocalist Dorothy Claire and acrobats the Kanazawa Trio.
    • July 16, 1949
      July 16, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 7
      7/16/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter'a scheduled guests include vocalist Pearl Bailey, Robert Weede, Peggy Taylor, trumpeter Vic Hyde, comic tumblers the Nonchalants, and Lawlor and Clarke.
    • July 9, 1949
      July 9, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 6
      7/9/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include Kay Starr, and ballroom dancers Fred and Susan Barry.
    • June 10, 1950
      June 10, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 54
      6/10/50
      0.0
      Jerry Lester's scheduled guests include comedian Larry Storch, harmonica player John Sebastian, ballroom dancers Mario and Floria, vocalist Kitty Kallen, and Hungarian music group Rudy Barron and the Gypsy Princesses.
    • April 29, 1950
      April 29, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 48
      4/29/50
      0.0
      Jerry Lester's scheduled guests include comedian Sam Levenson, ballroom dancers Yvonne and Clavel, and comic musicians the Korn Kobblers.
    • February 29, 1952
      February 29, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 27
      2/29/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include opera and Broadway tenor Robert Rounseville and singer Betty George.
    • December 28, 1951
      December 28, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 18
      12/28/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Georgia Gibbs and 8-year-old Verna Raymond.
    • November 30, 1951
      November 30, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 14
      11/30/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Metropolitan Opera tenor Richard Tucker, comedian/impressionist George Kirby, and nightclub singer Yvette.
    • August 22, 1952
      August 22, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 51
      8/22/52
      0.0
      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include Broadway actress and dancer Doretta Morrow and Don Cornell.
    • August 8, 1952
      August 8, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 50
      8/8/52
      0.0
      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include Bob Crosby, ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson and singer/violinist Gizele MacKenzie.
    • August 1, 1952
      August 1, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 49
      8/1/52
      0.0
      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include band leader/pianist Carmen Cavallero, vocalist June Vallie, and Broadway performer Tony Bavaar.
    • May 9, 1952
      May 9, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 37
      5/9/52
      0.0
      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
      Season 3 - Episode 36
      5/2/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Johnny Desmond and Broadway musical/comedy performer Betty George.
    • April 25, 1952
      April 25, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 35
      4/25/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Tony Bennett and Beverly Hudson.
    • March 28, 1952
      March 28, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 31
      3/28/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Connie Haines and Stuart Harris.
    • April 4, 1952
      April 4, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 32
      4/4/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalists Dorothy Dandridge and Del Casino.
    • March 21, 1952
      March 21, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 30
      3/21/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalists Alan Dale and Yvette.
    • February 15, 1952
      February 15, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 25
      2/15/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Lois Hunt and singer Donald Richards.
    • February 8, 1952
      February 8, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 24
      2/8/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include opera tenor Eugene Conley and actress Polly Bergen.
    • May 16, 1952
      May 16, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 38
      5/16/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason returns with his scheduled guests singer Merv Griffin and Broadway and radio vocalist Jane Pickens.
    • May 23, 1952
      May 23, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 39
      5/23/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests includ singers Donald Richards and Jane Morgan.
    • July 25, 1952
      July 25, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 48
      7/25/52
      0.0
      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include singer Connie Russell, violinist Florian Zabach, vocalist Donald Richards, and the Pastels.
    • July 18, 1952
      July 18, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 47
      7/18/52
      0.0
      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include the "Velvet Fog", Mel Torme, Kitty Kallen and the Clark Brothers.
    • July 11, 1952
      July 11, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 46
      7/11/52
      0.0
      Larry Storch's scheduled guests include harpist Robert Maxwell, singer Connie Haines and baritone Earl Wrightson.
    • June 27, 1952
      June 27, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 44
      6/27/52
      0.0
      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
      Season 3 - Episode 43
      6/20/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Richard Tucker and singer Teresa Brewer.
    • June 13, 1952
      June 13, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 42
      6/13/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Nat "King" Cole and Mary Mayo.
    • June 6, 1952
      June 6, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 41
      6/6/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guest include vocalists Morton Downey and the DeCastro Sisters.
    • May 30, 1952
      May 30, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 40
      5/30/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singer Collette Lyons and Metropolitan opera tenor Eugene Conley.
    • August 3, 1951
      August 3, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 48
      8/3/51
      0.0
      Larry Storch continues as guest host. His scheduled guests include British singer Anne Shelton.
    • February 18, 1950
      February 18, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 38
      2/18/50
      0.0
      Film comic Bert Wheeler marks his return to performing by hosting this week's show. His scheduled guests include Joan Edwards, comics the Slate Brothers, and dancer Johnny Coy.
    • December 31, 1949
      December 31, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 31
      12/31/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include Latin dance team Antonio and Rosario (Antonio Ruiz and Rosario Perez), drummer David Powell, acrobats the Wong Sisters, and stand-up comedienne Jean Carroll.
    • March 11, 1950
      March 11, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 41
      3/11/50
      0.0
      Jerry Lester's guests are singer Connie Haines, comic pianist Maurice Rocco, vocalist Bob Scheerer, the Chandra Kaly Dancers, and slapstick comedy acrobats The Four Fays.
    • March 4, 1950
      March 4, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 40
      3/4/50
      0.0
      Comedian Jerry Lester makes his debut as host of Cavalcade. His scheduled guests include Janis Paige, dancer Dorothy Jarnac, tap dancers the Mayo Brothers, the Irving Fields Trio and Metropolitan Opera baritone Salvatore Baccoloni.
    • February 25, 1950
      February 25, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 39
      2/25/50
      0.0
      Comedian Jackie Miles hosts this episode. His scheduled guests include caberet singer Gigi Durston, comic dancer Betty Bruce, acrobats The Vanderbilts, juggler Stan Kavanaugh, and Apache dancers The Appletons.
    • February 11, 1950
      February 11, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 37
      2/11/50
      0.0
      Host Jack Carter's scheduled guests include Broadway and film vocalist Jane Pickens, tap dancers Buck and Bubbles, the Hamilton Dancers, and the Great Barton.
    • February 4, 1950
      February 4, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 36
      2/4/50
      0.0
      Host Jack Carter's scheduled guests include Andy and Della Russell, ventriloquist Jay Marshall, ballerina Patricia Bowman from Radio City Music Hall, pianist Stan Freeman, and trampoline act Monroe and Grant.
    • September 2, 1950
      September 2, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 66
      9/2/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vaudeville comedy team Smith and Dale, singer Gracie Barrie and the Beachcombers. Homeowner Carney panics during a blaze as firemen Smith and Dale play cards. The June Taylor Dancers perform to "Just One of Those Things".
    • December 21, 1951
      December 21, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 17
      12/21/51
      0.0
      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
      Season 3 - Episode 16
      12/14/51
      0.0
      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
    • March 18, 1950
      March 18, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 42
      3/18/50
      0.0
      Jerry Lester's guests include Janet Blair, actor Lee Marks and Christina and Moll.
    • March 25, 1950
      March 25, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 43
      3/25/50
      0.0
      Jerry Lester's guests include actor Chester Morris and Kyle MacDonnell.
    • June 24, 1950
      June 24, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 56
      6/24/50
      0.0
      Jerry Lester hosts with scheduled guests Anna Maria Alberghetti, singer Beatrice Kaye, singer/dancer Evelyn Farney, actor/trumpeter Leonard Sues, and Wally Brown.
    • June 17, 1950
      June 17, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 55
      6/17/50
      0.0
      Jerry Lester hosts with scheduled guests comedian Jackie Miles, actress/singer Vivian Blaine, and Carlos Ramirez.
    • August 19, 1950
      August 19, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 64
      8/19/50
      0.0
      Gleason's guests include Victor Borge, Frances Langford, singer Donald Richards, Gloria Gilbert, and Son and Sonny. Borge performs a bit at the piano showing how the great composers created their famous melodies. Richards sings "Tenement Symphony" and "Maybe I’m in Love With You." Langford joins town marshal Gleason in an old west sketch set at the Last Chance saloon.moreless
    • May 27, 1950
      May 27, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 52
      5/27/50
      0.0
      Jerry Lester's scheduleds guests are bandleader/singer Carl Ravazza, actor-turned-comic Keye Luke, tap dancer Ray Malone and singer Susan Miller.
    • May 13, 1950
      May 13, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 50
      5/13/50
      0.0

      Jerry Lester's scheduled guests include comedians Jack Pearl (Baron Munchausen) and his straight man Cliff Hall, comedy team Elsa and Waldo, the Kurt Jons Dancers, singer Joan Edwards, with Dick Bernie and Herbie Faye. Jons' dancers perform an East Indian dance. Edwards does voice impressions of singers including Lena Horne and does a comedy number on how TV has destroyed her love life. Pearl with Hall, Bernie and Faye do a comedy bit based on the shell game. Elsa and Waldo do a comedy dance.

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    • April 15, 1950
      April 15, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 46
      4/15/50
      0.0
      Jerry Lester's guests include actor J. Carrol Naish, harmonica player Leo Diamond, singer/impressionist Sonny Howard, and Carl Reiner and Louis Nye in uncredited bits. Naish makes his TV debut.
    • April 8, 1950
      April 8, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 45
      4/8/50
      0.0
      Jerry Lester's guests include comic Bert Wheeler, Jerry Wayne and Kyle MacDonnell.
    • April 1, 1950
      April 1, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 44
      4/1/50
      0.0
      Jerry Lester's guests include Bert Gordon, John Loder and Gertrude Niesen.
    • December 7, 1951
      December 7, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 15
      12/7/51
      0.0
      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 16, 1951
      November 16, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 12
      11/16/51
      0.0
      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 2, 1951
      November 2, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 10
      11/2/51
      0.0
      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
    • June 3, 1950
      June 3, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 53
      6/3/50
      0.0
      Jerry Lester hosts this episode celebrating the series' first anniversary. Guests include ventriloquist Paul Winchell and dummy Jerry Mahoney, Jane Pickens and the Escourtiers, rhumba dancers Horatio & Lana, actress Kim Stanley, and actor John Garfield.
      Winchell tries to get a reluctant Mahoney to go to sleep; when he does, the dummy dreams about the two trading places. Songs from Pickens and her Escourtiers include "Alexander's Ragtime Band" and "St. Louis Blues." Lester is a greedy contestant on the radio quiz show "Take It or Lump It." Garfield and Stanley perform a dramatic scene from Clifford Odets' Golden Boy. Lester juggles.moreless
    • June 4, 1949
      June 4, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 1
      6/4/49
      0.0

      Jack Carter is the host for the premiere episode of DuMont's variety series. Guests are singer Joan Edwards, comedy team (Gene) McCarthy and (Tommy) Farrell, bird-whistling brothers the Arnauts, acrobatic act the Fontaines, and Peter Lorre. With Sammy Spear and his orchestra.
      Edwards accompanies herself at the piano on a song and teams with Carter for "You're Adorable." Lorre does his recitation of "The Telltale Heart" and joins Carter in a "mad scientist" sketch.

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    • September 8, 1950
      September 8, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 1
      9/8/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's guests include vaudeville comic Bert Wheeler and singer/actress Vivian Blaine. Wheeler performs a monologue featuring jokes at Gleason's expense. Jackie joins him for a parody song with Gleason whispering the lyrics to Wheeler just before each line. Later, the two of them play hunters on a jungle safari, and Jackie is a single man tackling his laundry. Gleason plays Prince Ali Ben Shisk-Ka-Bob at a Monte Carlo casino. Blaine performs "Orange Colored Sky".moreless
    • July 8, 1950
      July 8, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 58
      7/8/50
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      Jackie Gleason debuts as the series' host. His guests are singer/comedienne Rose Marie, dancer Evelyn Farney and her Morrison Dancers, acrobat Ladd Lyon, singers the DeCastro Sisters, and comic Hank Ladd. 

    • September 24, 1949
      September 24, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 17
      9/24/49
      0.0
      Host Jack Carter's scheduled guests include singer Connee Boswell, singer/actor Carlos Ramirez, the Lavernes, singer/dancer Evelyn Farney, and novelty roller skating act Earl, Jack and Betty.
    • September 3, 1949
      September 3, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 14
      9/3/49
      0.0
      Host Jack Carter's scheduled guests include Luba Malina, the Golden Gate Quartet, Ray Malone, dance team Helen and Howard and puppeteer George Prentice.
    • August 27, 1949
      August 27, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 13
      8/27/49
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      Host Jack Carter's guests include singer Georgia Gibbs, acrobats/dancers the Winter Sisters, comic musicians the Pitchmen, dancer Kathryn Lee, comic Phil Foster and singers The Treniers.

    • July 22, 1950
      July 22, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 60
      7/22/50
      0.0
      Host Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Ella Fitzgerald, Broadway actress/comedienne Kate Murtagh, and dance team (Mary) Ray and (Mario) Naldi.
    • July 1, 1950
      July 1, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 57
      7/1/50
      0.0
      Jery Lester's scheduled guests include singer Georgia Gibbs, dance team The Three Rockets, singers The Continentals, and comic dancers Helene and Howard.
    • September 15, 1950
      September 15, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 2
      9/15/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include actor John Charles Thomas, singer Connie Haines and tap-dancer George Tapps and comedian Jay Lawrence.
    • October 12, 1951
      October 12, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 7
      10/12/51
      0.0
      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
      Season 3 - Episode 6
      10/5/51
      0.0

      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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    • July 4, 1952
      July 4, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 45
      7/4/52
      0.0
      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.
    • September 7, 1951
      September 7, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 3
      9/7/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's guests include actress Darla Hood, Maurice Rooco and Jan Peerce.
    • July 6, 1951
      July 6, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 44
      7/6/51
      0.0
      Host Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singer Roberta Peters, the Irving Fields Trio, and Vinni deCampo.
    • July 20, 1951
      July 20, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 46
      7/20/51
      0.0
      Larry Storch hosts this week's show. His scheduled guests include Jan Peerce, Lina Romay, and Rudy Cardenas.
    • July 13, 1951
      July 13, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 45
      7/13/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include comedienne/singer Rose Marie, singer Felix Knight and impressionist Steve Evans.
    • May 20, 1950
      May 20, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 51
      5/20/50
      0.0

      Host Jerry Lester's guests include baseball great Jackie Robinson of the Dodgers, singer Mindy Carson, apache dancers Lucienne and Ashour and English comedian Rex Raymer.
      In one bit, Jackie Robinson and his son visit Lester and his son and clips from the film The Jackie Robinson Story are shown. Carson's songs include "Candy and Cake." Raymer did a sand-up of the Spike Jones' band.

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    • August 26, 1950
      August 26, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 65
      8/26/50
      0.0
      Star Jackie Gleason welcomes his scheduled guests Richard Tucker from the Met, instrumental trio the Three Suns, comic dancers, the Appletons, and comedienne Ann Anderson.
    • September 10, 1949
      September 10, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 15
      9/10/49
      0.0
      Host Jack Carter welcomes his scheduled guests ventriloquist Paul Winchell, Joan Edwards, singer Donald Richards, the Clark Brothers and acrobat act The Acromaniacs.
    • September 17, 1949
      September 17, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 16
      9/17/49
      0.0
      Host Jack Carter welcomes his scheduled guests pianist Hazel Scott, comedian Jackie Miles, harmonica player Stan Fisher, Chinese acrobats the Canton Brothers, and balancing act The Fontaines.
    • July 27, 1951
      July 27, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 47
      7/27/51
      0.0
      Larry Storch hosts this week. His scheduled guests include baritone William Warfield and Dorothy Collins.
    • September 21, 1951
      September 21, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 5
      9/21/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Carl Ravazza, Mimi Benzell from the Metropolitian Opera, and ballerina Kathryn Lee.
    • May 25, 1951
      May 25, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 38
      5/25/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include bebob/jazz vocalist Hazel Scott Hazel Scott, actress Joan Bennett and big band vocalist Vinni DeCampo.
    • November 23, 1951
      November 23, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 13
      11/23/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason welcomes guests Nancy Wright, Georgie Tapps and singer Dick Haymes.
    • January 4, 1952
      January 4, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 19
      1/4/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singers Champ Butler and Jane Morgan and dancer Ray Malone.
    • April 11, 1952
      April 11, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 33
      4/11/52
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Peggy Lee and opera baritone Lawrence Winters.
    • February 23, 1951
      February 23, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 25
      2/23/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include pianist Liberace, Milton Douglas, and Borrah Minnevitch's Harmonica Rascals.
    • February 16, 1951
      February 16, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 24
      2/16/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include comedian Morey Amsterdam, Carlos Ramirez and Jane Pickens.
    • December 10, 1949
      December 10, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 28
      12/10/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's guests include comic juggler and teeterboard performer Lee Marx, the DeMarco Sisters, and legendary vaudeville comedy team (Joe) Smith and (Charlie) Dale. The two perform their famous "Dr. Kronkheit" skit.
    • June 11, 1949
      June 11, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 2
      6/11/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include Ella Logan and Maurice Rocco.
    • December 24, 1949
      December 24, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 30
      12/24/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include ventriloquist Paul Winchell (with Jerry Mahoney), pianist Hazel Scott, singers The Melody Men, adagio dancers the Peggy Taylor Trio, and dance team The Debonaires.
    • November 19, 1949
      November 19, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 25
      11/19/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's singer/dancer Lina Romay, comic entertainer Jackie Coogan, acrobats The Harstons, tap dancer Hal LeRoy, East Indian dance team Copsey and Ayres, and comedy trio The Extremes.
    • November 5, 1949
      November 5, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 23
      11/5/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter guests include magician Galli-Galli, dancing comedian Willie Shore, trampoline acrobats Margo, Paul and Paulette Trio, singer Milton Douglas and dancers Laurette and Clymas.
    • December 3, 1949
      December 3, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 27
      12/3/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include vocalist Joan Merrill and ditzy film and radio comedienne Vera Vague.
    • October 1, 1949
      October 1, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 18
      10/1/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include singer/personality Kitty Carlisle, guitarist Tito Guizar, Jean Carroll and dancers DeMarlos.
    • August 6, 1949
      August 6, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 10
      8/6/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's scheduled guests include comedian Henny Youngman, Hammond organist Ethel Smith, vocalist Joan Merrill, dance duo Raye and Naldi, and Brazilian acrobatics Vic and Adio.
    • June 18, 1949
      June 18, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 3
      6/18/49
      0.0
      Jack Carter's guests include Marilyn Maxwell. With Sammy Spear and his orchestra,
    • April 27, 1951
      April 27, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 34
      4/27/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Billy Daniels, ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson and June Valli.
    • February 9, 1951
      February 9, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 23
      2/9/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include actor James Gleason, singer/actor Igor Gorin, singer/impressionist Florence Desmond, and Maureen Cannon.
    • January 26, 1951
      January 26, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 21
      1/26/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include comic actor Bert Wheeler, singer/actress Irra Petina, vaudeville comic Walter Dare Wahl, and Rey Rodell.
    • January 19, 1951
      January 19, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 20
      1/19/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Metropolitan Opera soprano/entertainer Mimi Benzell, cobra dancers Harold and Lola, and comic Steve Evans.
    • October 13, 1950
      October 13, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 6
      10/13/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singer Dick Haymes, interpretive dancers DeMarlos, and Manuel and Marita Viero's monkey act.
    • October 6, 1950
      October 6, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 5
      10/6/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include comedian Joey Bishop, singer/actress Lucille Norman, the Piero Brothers, and the Beachcombers.
    • December 29, 1950
      December 29, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 17
      12/29/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Metropolitan Opera singer Blanche Thebom, Jay Martin, and musical/comedy sister-act Betty and Jane Kean.
    • December 22, 1950
      December 22, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 16
      12/22/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Eileen Barton, The Beachcombers, and comic actor Bert Wheeler
    • December 15, 1950
      December 15, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 15
      12/15/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Jan Peerce, comic Irwin Corey and Marion Colby.
    • December 8, 1950
      December 8, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 14
      12/8/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include magician/ventriloquist Jay Marshall, singers The DeMarco Sisters and Milton Douglas.
    • December 1, 1950
      December 1, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 13
      12/1/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include operatic soprano Nadine Connor, actor Guy Raymond and puppeteer Frank Paris.
    • September 29, 1950
      September 29, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 4
      9/29/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Jan Peerce, vocalist Eugenie Baird, ballroom dance team Manor and Mignon, and Bob Hammond's trained birds.
    • February 2, 1951
      February 2, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 22
      2/2/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalist Georgia Gibbs, Rolly Rolls and Art Lund.
    • October 27, 1950
      October 27, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 8
      10/27/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include actress/singer Beverly Tyler and baritone Earl Wrightson.
    • July 29, 1950
      July 29, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 61
      7/29/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include the Martin Brothers, the Modernaires, comic actress Ada Lynne, and tap dancer Evelyn Farney and the Carlos Morrison Dancers.
    • January 12, 1951
      January 12, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 19
      1/12/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Metropolitan Opera tenor Richard Tucker, comedian Jackie Miles, and singer/actress Marion Colby.
    • January 5, 1951
      January 5, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 18
      1/5/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include Joan Carroll, singer Fran Warren, and dance act Andre, Andree and Bonnie.
    • November 24, 1950
      November 24, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 12
      11/24/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include vocalists Andy and Della Russell, musical comedy performer Mickey Deems, and dancers Elsa and Waldo.
    • November 17, 1950
      November 17, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 11
      11/17/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include stage vocalist Brian Sullivan, comedian Joey Bishop, jazz vocalist Thelma Carpenter, and comic dance act The Pickerts.
    • September 14, 1951
      September 14, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 4
      9/14/51
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include singers Kitty Kallen and Donald Richards, Paul Dixon and lip-synching performer Dottie Mack.
    • November 10, 1950
      November 10, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 10
      11/10/50
      0.0

      Jackie Gleason celebrates his 15th year in show business with guests singer Jane Pickens, comic/writer Roger Price, baritone Milton Douglas and regulars the June Taylor Dancers. Pickens sings "Blue Tail Fly." Douglas performs "That Lucky Old Sun" and "Begin the Beguine" with the June Taylor Dancers. In sketches, Jackie plays a bachelor decorating for his birthday party, and a bank clerk stealing money in view of his boss who's blind without glasses.

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    • November 3, 1950
      November 3, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 9
      11/3/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include actor/singer Thomas L. Thomas, Johnny Cox, and musician Rolly Rolls.
    • August 12, 1950
      August 12, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 63
      8/12/50
      0.0
      Jackie Gleason's scheduled guests include music performers Andy and Della Russell, comedian Clarence Stroud, and acrobatic team Los Gatos.
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