The Honeymooners

Episode 20

Special: The Honeymooners: The Really Lost Debut Episodes

Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Oct 30, 1993 on CBS
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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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