The Honeymooners - Season 0

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Episode Guide

  • Special: Jackie Gleason: Genius At Work

    Gleason's beloved characters are featured: playboy Reggie Van Gleason III, bumbling Rudy the Repairman, working-class dreamer Ralph Kramden; lovable Fenwick Babbit; & loudmouth Charlie Bratton. Host Jeff Garlin. Special appearance by wife Marilyn Gleason.

    PBS.

    60 Minutes.

    NOTE: This special is available on DVD.

  • Special: The Honeymooners Anniversary Special

    Audrey Meadows hosts this 35th anniversary special featuring a mix of clips from "The Classic 39" and 'The Lost Episodes. This special saw the premieres of the "Lost Episodes": "Lost Baby" (10/11/1952) & "Quiz Show" (10/18/1952). Featured interviews with Art Carney and Joyce Randolph.

    CBS

    Running time: 60 minutes.

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  • Special: The Honeymooners First Christmas.

    Paul Reiser hosts this, the 2nd of 3 Disney Channel specials. This special is from Jackie Gleason's "Cavalcade Of Stars".

    "Christmas Party" (12/21/1951): It's Christmas Eve. Alice is decorating the tree and setting out holiday refreshments. Alice sends Ralph out for potato salad & while gone, Gleason pops in as is famous characters: Fenwick Babbitt, Joe the Bartender, ThePoor Soul, Rudy the Repairman & Reggie Van Gleason III. Guests include: Jane Pickens, Cardenis The Juggler and the June Taylor Dancers. See season 1 for more details.

    Disney Channel.

    Episode running time: 41:24.

    Special running time: 50:00.

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  • Special: Time & Again: The Honeymooners

    The history and legacy of "The Honeymooners". Includes clips from the series; archival interviews with Jackie Gleason, Art Carney and other cast members. Jane Pauley hosts.

     

    MSNBC.

     

    Running time: 60 Minutes.

  • Special: Jackie Gleason: The Great One

    This special party celebrating the life of Jackie Gleason is hosted by John Candy. Guests, Art Carney, Audrey Meadows, Joyce Randolph, Jane Kean, Sheila MacRae, Sue Ane Langdon, Jane Curtin, Teri Garr, Burt Reynolds, Red Buttons & John Larroquette. Vintage clips from "The Jackie Gleason Show", talk shows, movies, and countless specials.

    Includes footage of one of Gleason's very rare characters, Rum Tum.

    CBS.

    Running time: 2 hours.

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  • Special: The Honeymooners 50th Anniversary Celebration

    This special hosted by Kevin James celebrates "The Honeymooners" 50th anniversary. A look back at various sketches and episodes with interviews with Art Carney, Joyce Randolph, Tom Hanks, Dennis Franz, Carol Burnett and many more. Rare clips include:

    "Bread" (10/5/51).

    "The New Bowling Ball" (9/20/52).

    "TV Game of the Week" (10/20/62).

    "The Adoption" (1/8/66).

    "Six Months To Live" (12/13/52) & (11/23/68) and "A Matter of Life and Death"(10/29/55) with an over the years comparrison.

    "Women's Lib" (10/11/73).

    The 4 ABC reunion specials (see season 12).

    & clips from the "Lost Episodes", "Classic 39" & "Color Honeymooners".

    CBS.

    Running time: 60 minutes.

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  • Special: The Best Of Gleason
    6/8/88
    6.1

    This the 1st of 3 "Best Of Gleason" specials. This first special is hosted by Harry Anderson. With guest hosts Valerie Harper & Sally Struthers. Sketches include:

    1) Gleason mishaps & bloopers.

    2) "Reggie Van Gleason III": Reggie entertains his fiancé, played by Audrey Meadows).

    3) "Fenwick Babbitt": Fenwick takes a job at a bakery involving conveyer belts.

    4) "The Honeymooners": "Sprained Thumb". From 9/19/1953. A bus accident leaves Ralph's sprained thumb driving Alice crazy.

    5) Jackie interviews Jonathan Winters.

    6) "Rudy The Repairman": Rudy & Whitey lay out a carpet in restaurant.

    7) Jackie does a little soft shoe, some cartwheels and an array of imitations.

    8) "The Poor Soul": The Poor Soul has a disasterous date at a roller rink.

    9) "Charlie Bratton": Loudmouth Charlie doops Clem out of a $1.00 & tries to cure him of his hiccups.

    10) "The Honeymooners": "Away We Go". From 2/2/1957. In Paris, Ralph & Ed find themselves overboard on a lifeboat with only a bottle of wine and each others friendship. Ralph & Ed sing "Goodbye, Old Pal, Goodbye".

    Syndication.

    Running time: 2 hours.

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  • Special: The Best Of Gleason 3
    2/28/89
    6.1

    This the last of 3 "Best Of Gleason" specials. Penny Marshall hosts. With guest hosts Sandy Duncan & Jason Bateman. Sketches include:

    1) Gleason fumbles a joke and squirms his way through.

    2) Special Guest host Ed Sullivan's monologue.

    3) "Reggie Van Gleason III": Reggie and his band Rock the house.

    4) "Fenwick Babbitt": Fenwick takes a job in an automat.

    5) "The Honeymooners": "Six Months to Live" (12/13/1952). A doctors note has Ralph beleiving he only has 6 months to live.

    6) Jackie brings out an impersonator. Guests include Charles Laughton, Rudy Vallee, Edward G. Robinson & Hop Along Cassidy.

    7) Jackie weighs in.

    8) "The Poor Soul": The Poor Soul rents a room and has nothing but trouble).

    9) "Charlie Bratton": Loudmouth Charlie gets Clem into more trouble when they rehearse for a show.

    10) "Rudy The Repairman": Rudy wrecks more havoc when he moves a piano to clean a carpet.

    11) "The Honeymooners": "When In Rome" (2/23/1957). In Italy, Ralph overhears Alice on the phone which leads him to believe that she is having an affair with Harry Vederchi.

    Syndication

    Running time: 2 hours.

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  • Special: The Honeymooners: The Really Lost Debut Episodes

    Paul Reiser hosts this, the 1st of 3 Disney Channel specials. This special introduces 6 "Honeymooners" sketches from Jackie Gleason's "Cavalcade Of Stars". See season 1 for more details. Episodes are:

    1) "Bread" (10/5/51). Ralph returning home from work exhausted, Alice makes him run to the store for some bread and a fight insues. NOTE: This is the very first "Honeymooners" sketch. Art Carney plays a cop. Running time: 6:28

    2) "Razor Blades" (10/12/51). Ralph and Alice fight ofver Ralphs missing razor blades. NOTE: This is the shortest Honeymooners sketch. Running time: 5:10.

    3) "The New Television Set" (11/2/51). After Alice demos a new television, Ralph makes her return it. Ralph eventually gives in at the end and buys it for her. NOTE: This sketch includes the 1st appearance of Carney as Ed Norton & Elaine Strich as Trixie. Running time: 8:21.

    4) "Ralph Threatens To Leave" (11/16/51). Alice mocks Ralph being a bus driver and he threatens to leave. Alice apologizes and Ralph stays. Running time: 6:34.

    5) "The Ring Salesman" (12/7/51). Ralph thinks Alice is having an affair with a ring salesman who really is helping her with a ring for Ralphs Christmas gift. NOTE: Joyce Randolph joins the cast as Trixie. Running time: 8:52.

    6) "The Quiz Show" (12/14/51). Ralph blames Alice for blowing their chance at the big prize on a radio quiz show. After, when the producers realize they made a mistake and that Alice was right, it's Ralph himself who is put on the spot when it's his chance to save the day. Running time: 12:11.

    Disney Channel.

    Special running time: 50 minutes.

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  • Special: The Honeymooners: The Lost Episodes Marathon

    "The Lost Episodes" makes their premiere on cable. Showtime launches "The Honeymooners: The Lost Episodes Marathon" on Labor Day Monday, 9/2/1985. In the 3 & 1/2 hour marathon, 10 complete episodes are aired including: "Alice's Aunt Ethel", "Ralph's Sweet Tooth","Suspence","The Cold", "The Hypnotist", "Glow Worm Cleaning", "Ralph's Diet", "Battle of the Sexes", "Pickles", &"Kramden Vs. Norton". NOTE: Beginning Thursday, 9/5/1985 "The Honeymooners: The Lost Episodes" on Showtime begins it's regular series run with "Game Called On Account of Marriage".

    Showtime.

    Running time: 3 & 1/2 hours.

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  • Special: The Incredible World of Ed Norton

    This was a filmed "Honeymooners" spin-off pilot w/ Art Carney as Ed Norton in his daily routine away from Trixie & the Kramdens. Gleason writers Bob Hilliard, Walter Stone & Rod Parker wrote the script. Character actors Al "Grandpa" Lewis, Phil Leeds & Ron Carey rounded out the cast. This was an hour long Jackie Gleason Show. The first half was hosted by George Burns, w/ guests Sandy Duncan, Morey Amsterdam and ventriloquist Aaron Williams. The 2nd half of the hour was the filmed "Norton" pilot. No scripts exist, however guests stars recall there were 2 scenes. The first, in the sewer with Norton cleaning his teeth and singing. And the second scene taking place in a restaurant. Some accounts say that the episode was such a bomb, that Gleason destroyed all copies.

    CBS.

    Running time: 60 Minutes.

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  • Special: The Honeymooners: The Lost Episodes

    This special hosted by different people, depending on the city that aired it (for example: Bobby Rivers in NY - WPIX & Don Bleu in San Francisco - KTVU), presented portions of the following "Lost Episodes":

    "Teamwork: Beat The Clock", "Pickles", "Alice Plays Cupid", "The Songwriters", "The Adoption", "Kramden Vs. Norton", & "Ralph's Sweet Tooth".

    Syndication.

    Running time: 2 hours.

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  • Special: Jackie Gleason's Cavalcade Of Characters

    Paul Reiser hosts this, the last of the 3 Disney Channel specials, celebrating the Gleason characters Rudy the Repairman, Reggie Van Gleason III, Joe the Bartender, Charlie Bratton, The Poor Soul and Ralph Kramden.

    Disney Channel.

    Running time: 50 minutes.

  • Special: The Best Of Gleason 2
    7/31/88
    5.8

    This the 2nd of 3 "Best Of Gleason" specials. Ed McMahon hosts. With guest host Steve Allen. Sketches include:

    1) Jackie interviews Art Linkletter, Robert Wagner, and Terry Moore.

    2) Gleason mishaps & bloopers.

    3) "Reggie Van Gleason III": Reggie works as a shoe salesman.

    4) "Fenwick Babbitt": Fenwick is a contestant on Can You Do This?.

    5) "The Honeymooners": "The New Bowling Ball". From 9/20/1952. Ralph, set to go to a bowling tournament with his new bowling ball, winds up with his thumb caught in the ball after an argument with Alice. NOTE: This complete sketch is the very 1st CBSGleason, Carney, Meadows & Randolph.

    6) Talent contest between The Hines Brothers (a young Gregory & brother Maurice) and Jack "Jackie" Benny.

    7) "Rudy The Repairman": Rudy & Whitey wreck havoc when they try to catch a mouse.

    8) "The Poor Soul": The Poor Soul finds himself pushed around at an automat.

    9) "Charlie Bratton": Loudmouth Charlie talks Clem Finch into losing 2 shares of stock.

    10) Steve Allen recalls when he, Gleason, Gary Moore, Jack Carter, Phil Silvers and Audrey Meadows perform "Make Love To Me".

    11) "The Honeymooners": "Framed In Spain". From 3/9/1957. From Madrid, Ralph gets blackmailed by a young woman who threatens to give a photo of him with her to Alice.

    Syndication.

    Running time: 2 hours.

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  • Special: The Great Gleason
    10/21/87
    5.8

    Celebrating the 35th anniversary of "The Jackie Gleason Show". Tons of clips, interviews & sketches including Rudy the Repairman, Reggie Van Gleason III, Joe the Bartender, Charlie Bratton, The Poor Soul and Ralph Kramden are featured.

    MPI Home Video.

    Running time: 100 minutes

  • Special: Season's Greetings From The Honeymooners

    Jackie Gleason hosts this holiday special. Includes the premieres of 3 Lost Episodes "Santa And The Bookies" 12/12/53,"Christmas Party" 12/19/53, and "New Year's Eve Party" 12/26/53.

    Syndication.

    Running time: 2 hours.

  • Special: Gleason, He's the Greatest!
    11/30/88
    5.5

    This 26 episode series airing on Showtime, highlighted Jackie Gleason's famous characters including: Rudy the Repairman, Reggie Van Gleason III, Joe the Bartender, Charlie Bratton, Fenwick Babbitt, The Poor Soul & Stanley R. Sogg. Even though these episodes did not include Honeymooners clips, there are a # of Honeymooners references in Gleason monologues, & interviews, some with Carney as Ed Norton. Each episode ran 22 Mins.

    Episode 1: Reggie Van Gleason III blasts (Audrey Meadows) to the moon. The Poor Soul in a clothing store. Guest: Thelma Pelish.

    Episode 2: Fenwick Babbitt in bakery. Charlie Bratton and the rare dime.Guests: Zamah Cunningham & Stan Ross.

    Episode 3: Reggie Van Gleason III sings "I'm Reggie Van Gleason III". Gleason Mishaps. Poor Soul roller skating. Guest: Jonathan Winters.

    Episode 4: Bombed Jokes. Joe the Bartender. Rudy the Repairman lays a carpet.Jackie stalls, backstage problems & bad jokes. Guests: Jerry Bergen & Zamah Cunningham.

    Episode 5: Gleason Impersonations. Fenwick Babbitt the Stagehand. Joe the Bartender.

    Episode 6: Charlie Bratton helps Clem with the hiccups. Joe the Bartender & the worm. Ed Sullivan interviews Ed Norton. Guests: Lee Joyce & Stan Ross.

    Episode 7: Reggie Van Gleason III: the shoe salesman. Charlie Bratton and Clem & the shares of stock. Stanley R. Sogg. Guests: Zamah Cunningham & Lee Joyce.

    Episode 8: Joe the Bartender. Fenwick Babbitt on "Can You Do This?. Various bloopers & outtakes. Guests: Paul Luther & Thelma Pelish.

    Episode 9: Art Linkletter, Terry Moore & Robert Wagner. Reggie Van Gleason III and twin brother Wilbur. The Poor Soul learns to bowl. Guests: Elizabeth Allen, Zamah Cunningham & George Petrie.

    Episode 10: Bloopers and the chimp. Charlie Bratton and the bus accident. Rudy the Repairman and (Carney's) finger stuck in faucet. Guests: Jerry Bergen, Zamah Cunningham & Lee Joyce.

    Episode 11: Reggie Van Gleason III: Central Park Hot Dog Stand. Gleason Interviews Ed Norton. Guest: Lee Joyce.

    Episode 12: Guests stunts. Fenwick Babbitt and fast-food kitchen. Rudy the Repairman and leaky faucet. Missed cues and cue-card jokes. Guests: Jerry Bergen & Bert Gordon.

    Episode 13: Gleason thanks guest hosts when he broke his leg. The Poor Soul in the automat. Joe the Bartender. Stanley R. Sogg. Guests: Lee Joyce, George Petrie & Stan Ross.

    Episode 14: Maurice & Gregory Hines and Jackie Benny & his violin. Reggie Van Gleason III sues father's bus company. Gleason Jokes. Guests: Zamah Cunningham & Lee Joyce.

    Episode 15: Charlie Bratton and Matilda. The Poor Soul does spring cleaning. Guests: Lee Joyce, Thelma Pelish & Stan Ross.

    Episode 16: Jokes about Ray Bloch. Reggie Van Gleason III unpacks a TV set. Rudy the Repairman tries to catch a mouse. Guests: Jerry Bergen, Zamah Cunningham & Lee Joyce.

    Episode 17: Joe the Bartender ("Back In Your Own Backyard"). Rudy the Repairman gets (Carney) out of a suit of armor. Guests: Jerry Bergen & Zamah Cunningham.

    Episode 18: Charlie Bratton tries to get Clem a raise. The Poor Soul goes to the library. Gleason tells diet stories. Guests: Lee Joyce & George Petrie.

    Episode 19: Joe the Bartender. Ray Bloch Jokes. The Poor Soul baby-sits. Guests: Lee Joyce & Stan Ross.

    Episode 20: The best clips of Gleason's characters:Reggie Van Gleason III, The Poor Soul, Joe the Bartender, Charlie Bratton, Rudy the Repairman, Stanley R. Sogg & Fenwick Babbitt. Jackie weighs in.

    Episode 21: (Carney) interviews Reggie Van Gleason III on "People To People".Charlie Bratton sells Clem's theater tickets.

    Episode 22: The Poor Soul sleeps on street waiting for stadium to open. Rudy the Repairman paints couples house. Guests: Jerry Bergen & Zamah Cunningham.

    Episode 23: The Poor Soul buys balloons and uses mailbox for garbage. Rudy the Repairman installs A/C in a tea room. Guests: Jerry Bergen & Zamah Cunningham.

    Episode 24: Reggie Van Gleason III: the detective. Gleason Interviews Ed Norton about Rock and Roll. Joe the Bartender. Stanley R. Sogg. Guests: Thelma Pelish & Stan Ross.

    Episode 25: Joe the Bartender. Rudy the Repairman packs plates & records. The Poor Soul at the movies. Guests: Jerry Bergen, Zamah Cunningham & Lee Joyce.

    Episode 26: Fenwick Babbitt and magician Russell Swan. Stanley R. Sogg.

    Showtime.

    Total run time: 9.5 hours.

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  • Special: The Honeymooners Reunion
    5/13/85
    5.5

    The Honeymooners Reunion is hosted by Jackie Gleason and Audrey Meadows on the recreated original set. Features the premiere of the "Lost Episodes" in groups of clips: Ralph's diets, Ralphs low threshold for pain, bloopers, arguements, jumping to conclusions, Ralph vs. Ed, get rich quick schemes, apartment mishaps & of course Ralph's love for Alice.

    NBC.

    Running time: 60 minutes.

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  • Special: The Honeymooners Anniversary Celebration

    Jackie Gleason hosts "The Honeymooners Anniversary Celebration". Celebrating 33 years of the "Lost Episodes". Clips shown include the premieres of "The Adoption" and a colorized "Glow Worm Cleaning". Guests include Art Carney, Audrey Meadows & Joyce Randolph. Syndicated.
    Running time: 2 hours.

    Note: A shorter version of this special first aired on Showtime as "Jackie Gleason's Second Honeymoon" on 8/19/85, 2 weeks prior to the launch of the "The Honeymooners: Lost Episodes Marathon".

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  • Special: A&E TVography: Jackie Gleason

    This documentary examines through family and celebrity interviews Jackie's life from birth to death. Guests include Marilyn Gleason, Milton Berle, Larry King, Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows and many more. Includes rare footage from Gleason's shows and specials. Hosted by Joan Lundon.

    A&E.

    Running time: 2 hours.

    NOTE: This special is available on A&E DVD.

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  • Special: The Honeymooners: The Stars Favorite Episodes

    This special hosted by different people, depending on the city that aired it (for example: Bobby Rivers in NY - WPIX & Don Bleu in San Francisco - KTVU) in which the 4 stars of "The Honeymooners" choose their favorite "Classic 39" episodes. They are:


    Joyce Randolph's: "The Sleepwalker".


    Art Carney's: "The Man From Space".


    Audrey Meadow's: "Alice And The Blonde".


    Jackie Gleason's: "A Matter Of Life And Death".


    Syndicated.


    Running time: 2 hours.

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  • Special: Inside TV Land: The Honeymooners

    TV Land's first special celebrating classic TV programs. Interviews with Art Carney, Edmund De Vierno, Marilyn Gleason, Coleman Jaacoby, Jane Kean, Audrey Meadows in archive footage, Jayne Meadows, Joyce Randolph, Leonard Stern & Ronald Wayne.

    TV Land.

    Running time: 60 minutes.

    Note: This special was the finale to a TV Land 5 day Honeymooners celebration that kicked off on March 15, 2000 with a special airing of Jackie Gleason and His American Scene Magazine's "The Adoption" from 1/8/66. Followed by the Disney channel special "The Really Lost Debut Episodes March 16, and then a 48 hour marathon mixed with all Classic 39 & 69 Lost Episodes.

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  • Special: Julie & Jackie: How Sweet It Is

    This special with Julie Andrews & Jackie Gleason features these 2 classic talents in familiar Gleason sketches includingJoe The Bartender, The Poor Soul, Reggie Van Gleason & The Honeymooners. Note: this is the only time Jackie Gleason portrayed Ralph Kramden along someone else playing Ed Norton.

    CBS.

    Running time: 60 minutes.

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  • Special: The Honeymooners 40th Anniversary

    Joan Rivers Talk Show is the setting for "The Honeymooners" 40th Anniversary celebration with guests Audrey Meadows and Joyce Randolph.

    Syndication.

    Running time: 60 minutes.

  • Special: Jackie Gleason's 65th Birthday

    20/20 celebrates Jackie Gleason's 65th birthday with exclusive interviews with friends and clips of his work.

    ABC.

    Running time: 30 minutes.

  • Special: The Many Worlds of Jackie Gleason

    Art Carney hosts a special edition of "American Scene Magazine" to celebrate Jackie Gleason's 35 years in show biz.

    CBS.

    Running time: 60 minutes.

  • Gleason: In His Own Words
    2/14/86
    0.0

    PBS special host by Jackie Gleason w/ guests Art Carney & Audrey Meadows.

     

  • Salute to Jackie Gleason's 'The Honeymooners'

    Larry King hosts this special w/ clips of Classic 39, Lost & Color Episodes of The Honeymooners with guests Marilyn Gleason, Mike Douglas, Joyce Randolph & Jane Kean.

     

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