The Honeymooners

Season 7 Episode 4

The Adoption

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Jan 08, 1966 on CBS
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The Adoption
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Anxious to adopt a baby, Ralph and Alice go to great lengths to impress the adoption agency -- even passing off expensive borrowed furniture as their own. Touched by the Kramdens' honesty, arrangements are made to locate a child for them. Ralph errupts when the baby turns out tto be a "Ralphina" but the Kramden's happiness is short-lived when the birth mother wants her baby back.

Scene 1 - Exterior of 328 Chauncey Street:

"Brooklyn U.S.A."
"There'll Always Be A Kramden"

Scene 2 - Kramden's 'Old' Apartment:
"You Can Count On Me"

Scene 3 - Kramden's 'New' Apartment:
"We'll Have The Happiest Boy In The World"

Scene 4 - Hospital:
"Little Girl"

Scene 5 - Kramden's 'Old' Apartment:
Finale: "Because Of My Beautiful Girl"

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Running time: 60:00.

Notes: This is the last of 3 "Honeymooners" episodes that we're performed on "Jackie Gleason and His American Scene Magazine".

Audrey Meadows returns as Alice for the first time since 6/1/1957 and wouldn't appear again until 2/2/1976.

This is the first of the Jerry Bresler & Lyn Duddy musical "Honeymooners" that would continue on through the 1966-1970 "Color Honeymooners".

This is the last episode filmed in black & white.

This episode is not available on DVD. But did air as a special on TV Land on March 15, 2000.

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