Jackie Gleason and His American Scene Magazine - Season 2

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Episode Guide

  • 5/23/1964
    5/23/1964
    Episode 28
    5/23/64
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    Regular performers take center stage in the season's finale. Barbara Heller gives advice on love. Helen Curtis sings "Bill Bailey" and "Can't Help Lovin' that Man of Mine". Horace McMahon sings "You're Blase". Sid Fields and Barney Martin perform in an old vaudeville routine; Barbara Heller offers advice to the lovelorn, Frank Fontaine tells Crazy Guggenheim stories, and the cast is featured in a finale set in a speakeasy.moreless
  • 5/16/1964
    5/16/1964
    Episode 27
    5/16/64
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason guests include old pal Art Carney and nightclub comedian Timmy Rogers. Jackie does a trumpet duet with Sammy Spear. Regulars include Barbara Heller and Frank Fontaine.
  • 5/9/1964
    5/9/1964
    Episode 26
    5/9/64
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason guests include comedians George Jessel and Pat Henry. Jessel helps Gleason with his monologue, Henry does a stand up about today's youth, Crazy tells about his trip to the World's Fair, and blackouts concern outdoor telephone booths and tight-fitting jackets.
  • 5/2/1964
    5/2/1964
    Episode 25
    5/2/64
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    This all-music episode salutes Jackie Gleason's 15 years in the music business. Highlights include: the Erroll Garner Trio performing "Allo-Allo"; "Tollgate Treat" with saxophonist King Curtis; June Valli does "All Are Wonderous Things"; and Enzo Stuarti performs a solo on "Just One Yesterday".
  • 4/18/1964
    4/18/1964
    Episode 24
    4/18/64
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    Jackie Gleason's guest is comedian Harvey Stone. Regulars include Frank Fontaine, Barbara Heller, the June Taylor Dancers, and Sammy Spear and his orchestra. Gleason appears as "Wow! Wow!" the clown.
  • 4/11/1964
    4/11/1964
    Episode 23
    4/11/64
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    Jackie Gleason stars with regulars including Frank Fontaine, Barbara Heller, the June Taylor Dancers, and Sammy Spear and his orchestra. in sketches, Rum Dum tries to buy a ticket on a horse at the racetrack, Jackie and Sid Fields play burlesque comics trying to pick up women, and Crazy tells Joe the Bartender about his club's rendition of the operetta "Oliver Twist".moreless
  • 4/4/1964
    4/4/1964
    Episode 22
    4/4/64
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    Jackie Gleason stars with regulars including Frank Fontaine, Barbara Heller, the June Taylor Dancers, and Sammy Spear and his orchestra.
  • 3/28/1964
    3/28/1964
    Episode 21
    3/28/64
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    Jackie Gleason stars with regulars Frank Fontaine and Barbara Heller. Crazy Guggenheim talks with Joe the Bartender about television quiz shows and sings "Easter Parade".
  • 3/21/1964
    3/21/1964
    Episode 20
    3/21/64
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason stars. Crazy Googenheim chats with Joe the Bartender about owning a compass, and then sings "My Wild Irish Rose".
  • 3/7/1964
    3/7/1964
    Episode 19
    3/7/64
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    Reginald Van Gleason III is the guest of honor in a This is Your Life take-off. Rum Dum is lost in rush hour. Joe the Bartender and Crazy Guggenheim chat about a charity bazaar with Crazy singing "Memories".
  • 2/29/1964
    2/29/1964
    Episode 18
    2/29/64
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    Jackie Gleason's guest is stand-up comedian Dave Astor who performs a monologue. In sketches, Run Dum makes an attempt at bowling, Reginald Van Gleason III joins the June Taylor squad as a dance expert, the Poor Soul visits a smorgasbord, a spoof of shampoo commercials, and bug-eyed Crazy Googenheim visits Joe the Bartender and sings "Remember". Gleason does a monologue about pet peeves. Also appearing are "reporter" Jan Crockett and the Glea Girls (Marilyn Kasey, Darlene Enlow, and Greta Randall).moreless
  • 2/15/1964
    2/15/1964
    Episode 17
    2/15/64
    0.0
    In sketches on tonight's show, Reginald Van Gleason III is shot out of a canon, Run Dum battles a vicious guard dog, Jackie battles the Beatles' invasion (featuring guest Johnny Haymer in a Beatle's wig) while guest Harvey Stone sings "I'm the Beatle They left Behind", and Crazy visits Joe the Bartender.moreless
  • 2/8/1964
    2/8/1964
    Episode 16
    2/8/64
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    Jackie's opening monologue is interrupted by Marcel the Butler. Barbara Heller and Helen Curtis perform "Twins". The Poor Soul has trouble with ice cubes, Rum Dum plays a pinball machine, and Reggie Van Gleason III fights an alligator.
  • 2/1/1964
    2/1/1964
    Episode 15
    2/1/64
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    Jackie Gleason's guest is actress Kim Hunter, who joins him in a spoof of suburbanites. Crazy gives Joe the Bartender his version of American history.
  • 1/25/1964
    1/25/1964
    Episode 14
    1/25/64
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    Jackie Gleason is joined by his regulars including Frank Fontaine, Barbara Heller, the June Taylor Dancers and Sammy Spear with his orchestra.
  • 1/11/1964
    1/11/1964
    Episode 13
    1/11/64
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    Jackie Gleason's guest is stand-up comedian Jackie Miles.
    Barbara Heller performs "What Kind of Fool Am I?" and performs a comedy adagio number with Peter Gladke, June Taylor's assistant choreographer. Crazy Guggenheim visits Joe the Bartender and sings "Heart of My Heart."
  • 1/4/1964
    1/4/1964
    Episode 12
    1/4/64
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    Art Carney and Otto Preminger host "The Many Worlds of Jackie Gleason", an hour-long celebration of Gleason's 35th anniversary in show business. The show features clips from his films and television work, including his 1950s variety series, The Honeymooners, and his dramatic performance on TV and in film. Tributes are offered by Arthur Godfrey, David Susskind, Jack Klugman, golfer Arnold Palmer, Dina Merrill, Audrey Meadows, Peter Falk and billiards player Willie Mosconi.moreless
  • 12/21/1963
    12/21/1963
    Episode 11
    12/21/63
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    Jackie Gleason's guests for this Christmas show are prop comedian/mime A. Robins ("The Banana Man"), Victor Julian and his trained dogs, and the Valley Youth Chorale of Brooklyn. "Uncle" Crazy visits a group of kids and tells them his confused holiday version of Little Red Riding Hood. Gleason performs a reading of "A Prayer for Peace" by St. Francis of Assisi.moreless
  • 12/14/1963
    12/14/1963
    Episode 10
    12/14/63
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason's guest is comedian Pat Cooper. Also appearing, Alice Ghostley, Frank Fontaine, and Horace McMahon.
  • 12/7/1963
    12/7/1963
    Episode 9
    12/7/63
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    Jackie Gleason's guests are comedian Jackie Miles, who performs a stand-up about vacationing in Florida, and Pat Cooper. In sketches, Agnes's father (Horace McMahon) is pushing Arthur to pop the question to his daughter, Rum Dum makes a foolhardy attempt to thread a needle, Crazy Guggenheim chats with Joe the Bartender and sings "How Sweet It Is", and Reggie Van Gleason III is a circus strongman performing bizarre feats of strength.moreless
  • 11/30/1963
    11/30/1963
    Episode 8
    11/30/63
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    Crazy Guggeheim visits Joe the Bartender to discuss Thanksgiving and sing "Calway Bay", Barbara Heller duets with Helen Curtis to "Me and My Shadow", and Frank Fontaine does an outrageous song about Crazy's department store friend.
  • 11/16/1963
    11/16/1963
    Episode 7
    11/16/63
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    In sketches, the Poor Soul gets stuck on a piece of gum, Crazy Guggenheim visits Joe the Bartender and performs "It's The Talk Of The Town", Reginald Van Gleason III is a vaudeville sharpshooter who takes aim at the June Taylor Dancers, Rum Dum tries to cover a crack in the wall, Barbara Heller sings a song about girls' names no one ever writes songs about, and Arthur shares salt water taffy with Agnes.moreless
  • 11/9/1963
    11/9/1963
    Episode 6
    11/9/63
    0.0
    In the opening monologue, Jackie, wearing a cast, replays last week's sketch accident where he broke his wrist, making fun of his stupidity for wanting to do the injurious second take. In sketches, Gleason plays a ventriloquist, Barbara Heller does impressions to the tune of "I Feel Pretty", and Crazy Guggenheim talks with Joe the Bartender about physical fitness, superstitions, his friend "Belly Laugh" Bailey, and sings "When I Grow Too Old to Dream."moreless
  • 10/26/1963
    10/26/1963
    Episode 5
    10/26/63
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    Jackie Gleason welcomes singer Linda Hopkins, comedians Gene Sheldon and double-talking Al Kelly. Crazy Guggenheim chats with Joe the Bartender about the common cold, then performs the song "Oh, How I Miss You Tonight." Barbara Heller does impressions of Ethel Merman, Roberta Sherwood, and Bette Davis. Reggie Van Gleason III takes a job.
    In a famous sketch, the Poor Soul rides a bicycle into a brick wall to demonstrate a wrist watch that can withstand any punishment. Gleason hit the fake wall, he and it toppled over, and he broke a bone in his left wrist.moreless
  • 10/19/1963
    10/19/1963
    Episode 4
    10/19/63
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason stars. In the "Arthur and Agnes" sketch, Agnes comments about how time has flown in their 14-year courtship. Reggie Van Gleason III is an instant portrait painter. The Poor Soul has an ordeal with a telephone booth. Crazy visits Joe the Bartender and sings "That Old Gang of Mine".moreless
  • 10/12/1963
    10/12/1963
    Episode 3
    10/12/63
    0.0
    Jackie's guest is Wayne Newton who performs "Toot Toot Tootsie" and "You Made Me Love You". Barbara Heller performs a take-off on Carmen called Habanera with Jackie as a Spanish bandit. Crazy Googenheim babbles about all the rice in China. Reggie Van Gleason demonstrates his new "physical fitness cocktail". Sid Fields plays Marcel the butler.moreless
  • 10/5/1963
    10/5/1963
    Episode 2
    10/5/63
    0.0
    Crazy Guggenheim chats with Joe the Bartender about the Russian Circus and performs "When Your Old Wedding Ring Was New." The June Taylor Dancers perform to "I've Got My Eyes on You". Barbara Heller sings "What Do You See in Her?" Plus, a series of scenes performed as newsreels. Horace McMahon, as Agnes' sourpuss father, gives cheapskate Arthur a hard time.moreless
  • 9/28/1963
    9/28/1963
    Episode 1
    9/28/63
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason begins his second season with guest Wayne Newton. Sid Fields performs a stand-up rountine. Crazy Guggenheim tells Joe the Bartender about his summer vacation, then sings "Let the Rest of the World Go Bye". Also, most of Gleasons regular characters put in an appearance, including sketches with the Poor Soul, Rum Dum and the ostentatious Reginald Van Gleason III.moreless
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