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Gleason, Jackie (I) Biography




biography of Gleason, Jackie (I)

Herbert Walton Gleason Jr.
"The Great One" "The Abdominal Showman" "Mr. Miami Beach"
26 February 1916, Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
24 June 1987, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA (colon and liver cancer)
5' 9 1/2"
Comedian, actor, composer and conductor, educated in New York public schools. He was a master of ceremonies in amateur shows, a carnival barker, daredevil driver and a disc jockey., and later a comedian in night clubs. By the mid-1950s he had turned to writing original music and recording a series of popular and best-selling albums with his orchestra for Capitol Records. Joining ASCAP in 1953, his instrumental compositions include "Melancholy Serenade", "Glamour", "Lover's Rhapsody", "On the Beach" and "To a Sleeping Beauty", among numerous others.
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-   'Beverly McKittrick' (4 July 1970 - 24 November 1975) (divorced)

-   'Marilyn Gleason' (qv) (16 December 1975 - 24 June 1987) (his death)

-   'Genevieve Halford' (20 September 1936 - 24 June 1970) (divorced); 2 children


-   He designed his own fantastic round house that was built in Peekskill, New York, in the 1950s and remains a modern marvel. The precious wood interior took special crafting by Swedish carpenters who were brought to the U.S. for a year to work on the house. It contained a basement disco and one of the very first in-home video projection systems. Despite the enormous cost, the Gleason dream house long suffered from a leaky wooden roof.

-   He was legendary for his dislike of rehearsal, even in the early days of live TV. Yet he was equally renowned for his total mastery and control over each production detail and insisted on the show credit: "Entire Production Supervised by Jackie Gleason."

-   Prone to excess with wine, women, song and work, a lifestyle which often led to exhaustion. In such cases, he would check into a hospital for some needed rest. But one famous story has it, when Gleason really felt "sick", he checked himself OUT of the hospital, and went home to be taken care of!

-   Despite his iconic stature as a TV-comedy giant, Gleason never won an Emmy.

-   Grandfather of actor 'Jason Patric' (qv).

-   Eponym of the Jackie Gleason (formerly 5th Avenue) Bus Depot in Brooklyn, New York.

-   Had an interest in the occult as well as an extensive collection of books on the paranormal.

-   Buried in Miami. His grave site is all that one would expect. Engraved in the "riser" of the second step from the top is the classic, "AND AWAY WE GO".

-   Father of actress 'Linda Miller (I)' (qv).

-   On January 20, 1961, a game show he co-developed, "You're In the Picture" (1960), premiered on CBS. The premise was to have celebrity guests place their heads into a cutout scene and ask the host questions as to guess what picture or historical scene they were in. The show's concept was ill-conceived, especially for co-creator and host Gleason, and was blasted by critics and viewers alike. On the next week's broadcast Gleason apologized to the viewers, saying, "Honesty is the best policy. We had a show last week that laid the biggest bomb! I've seen bombs in my day, but this one made the H-bomb look like a two-inch salute." The time slot was filled with a variety program; _"The Jackie Gleason Show" (1961)_ (qv).

-   Recorded a number of albums featuring instrumental "mood music" (what is now known today as "lounge music"). Gleason served as producer, band-leader, and (on occasion) vibraphone player, despite the fact that he couldn't read sheet music. Several of the albums included original compositions by Gleason. One album, "Lonesome Echo", topped the charts in 1955, and featured an album cover with original art by 'Salvador Dalí' (qv).

-   Once said that 'Orson Welles' (qv) bestowed his "The Great One" nickname upon him.

-   The set of _"The Honeymooners" (1955)_ (qv) show was based on Jackie's childhood home on Chauncey Street in the Bedford-Stuyvesant (originally Bushwick) area of Brooklyn, New York. The apartment building is still there and looks very much the same as in Jackie's time.

-   On August 2000, cable television station TvLand unveiled an eight-foot bronze statue of Gleason as Ralph Kramden. The statue was placed in the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City.

-   There were plans to reunite him with 'Art Carney' (qv) for 'Steven Spielberg' (qv)'s _1941 (1979)_ (qv). They were to play two men who would be stationed on top of a Ferris Wheel. However, Gleason's representatives informed the producers that he would not perform with Carney. But by 1985, just two years before he died, he was reunited with Art Carney in "Izzy and Moe" (1985). They even shared over the credits billing, with Carney first, but lower left, and Gleason second, but upper right.

-   Biography in: "Who's Who in Comedy" by Ronald L. Smith, pg. 180-183. New York: Facts on File, 1992. ISBN 0816023387

-   Inducted into the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame, 1986.

-   Did not like working with young children.

-   Won Broadway's 1960 Tony Award as Best Actor (Musical) for "Take Me Along" over his two also-nominated co-stars, 'Walter Pidgeon' (qv) and 'Robert Morse (I)' (qv) .

-   He was not only a boxer and carnival barker in his early years, but also a pool hustler. Interestingly, he went on to play Minnesota Fats in _The Hustler (1961)_ (qv) with 'Paul Newman (I)' (qv).

-   The Miami Beach Auditorium was re-named the Jackie Gleason Theater and is located on 17th Street and Washington Avenue on South Beach.

-   _"The Jackie Gleason Show" (1961)_ (qv) helped propel the tourist industry in Miami Beach in the early & mid 1960s.

-   Was a mentor and frequent drinking buddy of 'Frank Sinatra' (qv). It was Gleason who first introduced Sinatra to Jack Daniels whiskey, which became Sinatra's signature drink.

-   His family background was, according to most accounts, almost Dickensian. It was marked by severe illness and grinding poverty, in any event. His father, Herb Gleason (1884-1964), was a henpecked insurance clerk who took his myriad disappointments in life out in drink. He deserted the family when Jackie was nine. His mother (d. 1935), the former Mae Kelly, was overprotective of her younger son, who died when Jackie was in his teens. An older brother, Clemence, died, probably of tuberculosis, at the age of fourteen, when Jackie was three.

-   In the 1930s, before he ever really made it even in smalltime venues, he was a bartender at a bar in Newark, New Jersey, called the Blue Mirror. He wore his apron high on the chest just like he did as his "Joe the Bartender" character 30 years later on his television show, and he entertained the patrons with his antics, just like "Joe the Bartender." Eventually, he got such a following that the owner gave him a chance at the microphone on stage. The rest, as they say, is history. This was also a time when he actually lived and slept in the back room with the empty bottles, etc. And, of course, it was across the street from a pool hall that he patronized in the afternoons after he was finished cleaning up the Blue Mirror.

-   Biography in: "The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives". Volume Two, 1986-1990, pages 328-331. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1999.

-   Has a street named after him in Iowa City, Iowa.

-   He was awarded 2 Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 6231 Hollywood Boulevard and for Television at 6300 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.

-   Appears as Ralph Kramden, with 'Art Carney' (qv) as Ed Norton, on a 44¢ USA commemorative postage stamp in the Early TV Memories issue honoring _"The Honeymooners" (1955)_ (qv). The stamp was issued 11 August 2009.

-   Irish-American. Both of His parents were from County Cork,Ireland.

-   The popular Hanna-Barbera character Fred Flintstone was based on him, as the Flintstones animated series was loosely based on the Honeymooners. Upon realizing this, Gleason tried to file a lawsuit against Hanna-Barbera but was dissuaded from doing so by friends and colleagues who advised him that it would be bad for his reputation if he became known as "the man who killed Fred Flintstone.".


-   Album: "And Awaaay We Go!" released in 1954, featuring Gleason's only vocal performances.

-   He could neither read or write music on paper, but he hired his own studio orchestra and orchestrators and composed melodies by either humming or picking the tune with one finger on a piano. In that manner he released over 20 albums on Capitol Records, often with 'Bobby Hackett' (qv) as featured trumpet soloist, between 1953 and 1969. On his first release, he agreed to personally assume the risk of loss, but the album ("Music for Lovers Only") sold over 500,000 copies, 440,000 copies over the break-even point. One album ("Lonesome Echo") used art by 'Salvador Dalí' (qv).

-   TV commercial: MasterCard (1986)

-   Take Me Along (1959). Musical comedy. Book by 'Joseph Stein' (qv) and 'Robert Russell (III)' (qv). Based on the play "Ah, Wilderness" by 'Eugene O'Neill (I)' (qv). Music by Bob Merrill. Lyrics by Bob Merrill. Musical Director: Lehman Engel. Vocal arrangements by 'Lehman Engel' (qv). Ballet and incidental music by 'Laurence Rosenthal (I)' (qv). Music orchestrated by 'Philip J. Lang' (qv). Choreographed by 'Onna White' (qv). Directed by 'Peter Glenville' (qv). Shubert Theatre: 22 Oct 1959- 17 Dec 1960 (448 performances). Cast: 'Jackie Gleason (I)' (qv) (as "Sid Davis, Essie's brother"), Eileen Herlie (as "Lily Miller, Nat's sister"), 'Walter Pidgeon' (qv) (as "Nat Miller, editor of the Centerville Globe"), 'Una Merkel' (qv) (as "Essie Miller, Nat's wife"), 'Robert Morse (I)' (qv) (as "Richard Miller, Nat's younger son"), Nicole Barth (as "Townswoman"), Alvin Beam (as "Townsman"), Chad Block (as "Townsman"), Charles Bolender (as "The Beardsley Dwarf"), Frank Borgman (as "Townsman"), Renee Byrns (as "Townswoman"), John Carter (as "Townsman"), Jack Collins (as "Bartender"), Peter Conlow (as "Wint, Arthur's friend"), Lyn Connorty (as "Townswoman"), 'James Cresson' (qv) (as "Arthur Miller, Richard's older bother, at Yale") [Broadway debut], Barbara Doherty (as "Townswoman"), Katia Geleznova (as "Townswoman"), 'Arlene Golonka' (qv) (as "Belle/a traveling artiste for hire"), 'Luke Halpin' (qv) (as "Tommy Miller"), 'Valerie Harper (I)' (qv) (as "Lady Entertainer/Townswoman"), Lee Howard (as "Patron of the bar/Townsman"), Diana Hunter (as "Lady Entertainer/Townswoman"), Jack Konzal (as "Patron of the bar/Townsman"), Elna Laun (as "Patron of the bar/Townswoman"), Paula Lloyd (as "Patron of the bar/Camille/Townswoman"), Susan Luckey (as "Muriel Macomber, Macomber's daughter and friend to Richard"), Nancy Lynch (as "Townswoman"), Bill McDonald (as "The Salesman/Townsman"), Rae McLean (as "Salome/Lady Entertainer/Townswoman"), Henry Michel (as "Townsman"), Fred Miller (as "David Macomber, dry goods store owner"), Jack Murray (as "Townsman"), John Nola (as "Townsman"), Zeme North (as "Mildred Miller, the youngest Miller"), Janice Painchaud (as "Patron of the bar/Townswoman"), Rusty Parker (as "Townsman"), Bill Richards (as "Townsman"), Harry Lee Rogers (as "Townsman"), Bill Starr (as "Townsman"), Walter Strauss (as "Townsman"), Jimmy Tarbutton (as "Townsman"), Pat Tolson (as "Patron of the bar/Townsman"), 'Gene Varrone' (qv) (as "The Drunk/Townsman"), Marc West (as "Townsman"). Standbys: 'Dort Clark (I)' (qv) (as "Sid Davis"), 'Ruth Warrick' (qv) (as "Essie Miller/Lily Miller"). Replacement actors: 'Nicole Barth' (qv) (as "Lady Entertainer"), Alvin Beam (as "Patron of the bar"), 'William Bendix' (qv) (as "Sid Davis") [final Broadway role], 'Sidney Blackmer (I)' (qv) (as "Nat Miller"), Frank Borgman (as "Bartender"), Doris Dalton (as "Essie Miller"), Diana Hunter (as "Patron of the bar"), Julie Marlow (as "Townswoman"), Patricia Mount (as "Mildred Miller"), Michael O'Shaughnessy (as "Townsman"), Rusty Parker (as "Tommy Miller"), Bill Richards (as "Bartender"), Ron Schwinn (as "Townsman") [from Sep 1960- ?]. Understudies: Renee Byrns (as "Belle"), Jack Collins (as "Sid Davis"), Barbara Doherty (as "Mildred Miller"), Frank Dudley (as "Bartender"), Henry Michel (as "Nat Miller"), Patricia Mount (as "Muriel Macomber"), Michael O'Shaughnessy (as "Tommy Miller"), Rusty Parker (as "Tommy Miller"). Produced by 'David Merrick (I)' (qv). Note: This was not a stage version of the 1948 musical film _Summer Holiday (1948)_ (qv), which also had been based on O'Neill's play.

-   Stage: Appeared in "Along Fifth Avenue" on Broadway, 1949. Revue.

-   Stage: Appeared in "The Dutchess Misbehaves" on Broadway, 1945. Revue.

-   (1944). Stage Play: Follow the Girls. Musical comedy. Book by 'Guy Bolton (I)' (qv) and 'Eddie Davis (IV)' (qv). Additional text by 'Fred Thompson (II)' (qv). Music and lyrics by 'Dan Shapiro (I)' (qv), 'Milton Pascal' (qv) and 'Phil Charig' (qv). Music orchestrated by 'Joe Glover' (qv), 'Charles L. Cooke' (qv), 'Van Cleve' (qv), Walter Paul, 'Bob Haggart' (qv), Julian Work, Geo. Leeman, Ernie Watson, Cornell Tannassy and 'Henry Cowen (I)' (qv). Vocal arrangements by 'Robert Tucker (I)' (qv) (billed as "Bobby Tucker"). Dances and Ensembles by 'Catherine Littlefield' (qv). Entire production devised and directed by 'Harry Delmar' (qv). New Century Theatre (moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 12 Jun 1944-2 Jun 1945, then moved to The Broadhurst Theatre from 4 Jun 1945 to close): 8 Apr 1944- 18 May 1946 (888 performances). Cast: 'Gertrude Niesen' (qv) (as "Bubbles LaMarr"), 'Jackie Gleason (I)' (qv) (as "Goofy Gale"), Tim Herbert, Val Valentinoff, Buster West, 'Danny Aiello' (qv), Norma Amigo, Roy Andrews, Al Bahr, Irina Baranova, Francois Brouillard, Charles Conaway Jr., Virginia Conrad, Kay Crespi, Lee Davis, The Di Gatanos, Bob Emmett, Toni Gilman, Ernest Goodheart, Ray Hamilton, Virginia Harriot, Richard Harvey, Walter Hastings, Bill Herne, Ruth Joseph, Dorothy Keller, Terry Kelly, Bernard Kovler, Frank Kreig, Erik Kristen, George Lambrose, Kathryn Lazell, Larry Lieberman, Walter Long, Rae MacGregor, Charles Martin, Patricia Martin, Lee Mayer, Larry Mayo, Don Miraglia, Lillian Moore, Merritta Moore, Joan Myles, Nancy Newton, John O'Neil, Dell Parker, Frank Parker, Mitzi Perry, Sherri Phillips, 'Ben Piazza (I)' (qv), Dorothea Pinto, David Pullman, Arthur Randy, Ruth Rathbun, Ruthe Reid, 'Herbert Ross (I)' (qv), Renee Russell, Edna Ryan, George Sabo, June Sitarr, George Spaulding, Geraldine Stroock, Bill Tabbert, Henry Tatler, Robert Thomas, Ken Tibbetts, Frank Touhey, Robert Tower, Myra Weldon, Dorothy Wygal. Produced by 'David L. Wolper' (qv) in association with Albert Borde.

-   Keep Off the Grass (1940). Musical comedy/revue. Music by 'Jimmy McHugh' (qv). Lyrics by 'Al Dubin' (qv) and 'Howard Dietz' (qv). Sketches by Mort Lewis, 'Parke Levy' (qv), 'Alan Lipscott' (qv), S. Jay Kaufman and Panama & Frank. Music orchestrated by [error] and Don Walker. Vocal arrangements by Anthony R. Morelli. Miss O'Brien's arrangements by Arthur Wilson. Scenic Design by Nat Karson. Costume Design by Nat Karson. Stage Directed by 'Frederick De Cordova' (qv). Book directed by Edward Duryea Dowling. Choreographed by 'George Balanchine' (qv). Broadhurst Theatre: 23 May 1940- 29 Jun 1940 (44 performances). Cast: 'Larry Adler (I)' (qv) (as "The Old Park Bench" Singer/"Toscanini, Stokowski and Me" Assistant"), Ray Arnett, Billie Bernice, Mimi Berry, Blondie (as "Dorothy Thompson/Misinformation, Please"), Peanuts Bohn, 'Ray Bolger' (qv) (as "Crazy as a Loon" Singer/Dancer/Thirsty Man/The Fountain/"A Latin Tune, A Manhattan Moon, and You Singer/"A Latin Tune, A Manhattan Moon, and You Dancer/"Rhett, Scarlett & Ashley" Singer/"Old Jitterbug" Singer/"Old Jitterbug" Dancer/"Raffles" Dancer/The Tiger/Hormones/"This is Winter" Dancer"), Betty Bruce, Virginia Burke, Martha Burnett, Imogen Carpenter, 'Ilka Chase' (qv) (as "She/Romantique/Thirsty Woman/The Fountain/Juliet/Shakespeare's-A-Poppin/"Rhett, Scarlett & Ashley" Singer/Art Lover/Museum Piece"), Gloria Clare, Harriet Clarke, John Coy, Margie Dale, Maude Davis, Bela de Tuscan, Joanna de Tuscan, Fred Deming, Helen Devlin, Henry Dick, La Motte Dodson, 'Jimmy Durante (I)' (qv) (as "Dr. Kildare/The Tree Doctor/The Fugitive/A Fugitive From Esquire/Clifton Fadiman/Misinformation,Please/McSwindle/Shakespeare's-A-Poppin/"Rhett, Scarlett & Ashley" Singer/Guide/Museum Piece/"Toscanini, Stokowski and Me" Conductor/Mulligan/Hormones"), Hugh Ellsworth, Esta Elman, Jane Froman, Gloria Gaffey, Peggy Gallimore, 'Jackie Gleason (I)' (qv) (as "The Cabby's Serenade" Singer/Dr. Christian/The Tree Doctor/The Cop/The Fountain/The Valet/A Fugitive From Esquire/"The Old Park Bench" Singer/Tybalt/Shakespeare's-A-Poppin/Art Lover/Museum Piece/"Toscanini, Stokowski and Me" Assistant/A Salesman/Hormones"), Jiggs (as "F.P.A./Misinformation, Please"), 'Emmett Kelly' (qv) (as "The Cabby's Serenade" Singer/"The Old Park Bench" Singer/Art Lover/Museum Piece/La Motte Dodson's Monkeys Performer"), Ann Lass, Lynn Lawrence, June Le Roy, 'Jose Limon' (as "Performer"), Peggy Littlejohn, Louie (as "Oscar Levant/Misinformation, Please"), Lois Martin, Mary Joan Martin, John McAuley, Margery Moore, Hal Neiman, Virginia O'Brien, Sunnie O'Dea, Patsy (as "Ann Sheridan/Misinformation, Please"), Percy (as "Gypsy Rose Lee"), Jane Gray Petri, Nan Rae, Jerry Robbins (as "Dancing Young Man"), Robert Shackleton, Jerry Shepherd, Bob Sidney, Jane Starner, Aileen Stone, Sylvia Stone, 'Arnold Saint Subber' (qv) (as "Bootblack/The Fountain/Art Lover"), 'Frances Tannehill' (qv) (as "Park Stroller/The Fountain/Bird Lover/Birds/The Morelli Singers"), Lee Tannen, The Toreadors, Daphne Vane, Sid Walker, Mimi Walthers, Don Weissmuller. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

-   Stage: Appeared in the Broadway and touring versions of "Sly Fox" by 'Larry Gelbart' (qv), late 1970s / early 1980s.

-   Album: "Music for Lovers Only"

-   Album: "Lonesome Echo"


-   William A. Henry. _The Life and Legend of Jackie Gleason._ Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1992.

-   'James Bacon (I)' (qv). _How Sweet It Is: The Jackie Gleason Story._ New York: St. Martin's Press, 1985. ISBN 031239621X

-   'Jim Bishop (II)' (qv). _The Golden Ham: A Candid Biography of Jackie Gleason._ New York: Simon & Schuster, 1956.


-   Drinking removes warts and pimples. Not from me. But from those I look at.

-   [trademark line] How sweet it is!"

-   I'm no alcoholic. I'm a drunkard. There's a difference. A drunkard doesn't like to go to meetings.

-   The worst thing you can do with money is save it.

-   [on what inspired him to became a "mood music" legend, via a series of successful albums] Every time I ever watched 'Clark Gable' (qv) do a love scene in the movies, I'd hear this really pretty music, real romantic, come up behind him and help set the mood. So I'm figuring that if Gable needs that kinda help, then a guy in Canarsie has gotta be dyin' for something like this.

-   I have no use for humility. I am a fellow with an exceptional talent.

-   Always ended his show with the "The Miami Beach audience is the greatest audience in the world."


-   _Gleason (2002) (TV)_ (qv)

-   _Jackie Gleason: The Great One (1988) (TV)_ (qv)

-   _Jackie Gleason: Genius at Work (2006) (TV)_ (qv)


-   _Gleason (2002) (TV)_ (qv)

-   _Martin and Lewis (2002) (TV)_ (qv)

-   _King of the World (2000) (TV)_ (qv)

-   _The Honey-Mousers (1956)_ (qv)


-   _All Through the Night (1942)_ -> $500/week

-   _"Cavalcade of Stars" (1949)_ (qv) -> $750/week

-   _"The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966)_ (qv) -> $50,000/week

-   _Smokey and the Bandit II (1980)_ (qv) -> $1,200,000

-   _The Fabulous Fifties (1960)_ (qv) -> $50,000

-   _Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (1942)_ (qv) -> $250/week

-   _Springtime in the Rockies (1942)_ (qv) -> $250/week

-   _Orchestra Wives (1942)_ (qv) -> $250/week

-   _Larceny, Inc. (1942)_ (qv) -> $250/week

-   _All Through the Night (1941)_ (qv) -> $250/week

-   _Navy Blues (1941)_ (qv) -> $250/week


-   "Playboy" (USA), August 1986, Vol. 33, Iss. 8, pg. 49-58+149-150, by: Bill Zehme, "Playboy Interview"

-   "Gallery" (USA), July 1974, Vol. 2, Iss. 7, by: Fred Robbins

-   "Playboy" (USA), December 1962, Vol. 9, Iss. 12, "Playboy Interview"


-   "TV Guide" (USA), 12 October 2002, Vol. 50, Iss. 41, pg. 36-38+61, by: Max Alexander, "The Great One"

-   "Mojo" (UK), October 2001, Iss. 95, pg. 18-19, by: Kieron Tyler, "To the mooooon!: An American sitcom hero and comic genius, Jackie Gleason was also a master of melancholic mood music."

-   "Reader's Digest" (USA), July 1988, pg. 45-50, by: Maurice Zolotow, "Unforgettable Jackie Gleason"


-   "TV Guide" (USA), 14 December 1996, Vol. 44, Iss. 50

-   "People Weekly" (USA), 19 February 1996

-   "Reader's Digest" (USA), July 1988

-   "TV Guide" (USA), 21 March 1970, Vol. 18, Iss. 886

-   "TV Guide" (USA), 18 March 1967, Vol. 15, Iss. 729

-   "TV Guide" (USA), 6 February 1965, Vol. 13, Iss. 619

-   "Parade" (USA), 31 March 1963

-   "Time" (USA), 29 December 1961

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  83. "The Dick Cavett Show" (1975) {(#1.3)}
  84. Julie and Jackie: How Sweet It Is (1974) (TV)
  85. "The Bob Hope Show" (1952) {(1974-09-25)}
  86. The Jackie Gleason Special (1973) (TV)
  87. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1972-11-13)}
  88. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1972-11-14)}
  89. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1972-11-15)}
  90. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1972-11-16)}
  91. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1972-11-17)}
  92. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1972-11-20)}
  93. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1972-11-21)}
  94. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1972-11-22)}
  95. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1972-11-23)}
  96. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1972-11-24)}
  97. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1972-11-29)}
  98. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#2.122)}
  99. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#2.156)}
  100. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#2.179)}
  101. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#4.13)}
  102. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#4.14)}
  103. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#4.15)}
  104. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#4.16)}
  105. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#4.17)}
  106. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#4.18)}
  107. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Operation Protest (#4.20)}
  108. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: We're Off to See the Wizard (#4.19)}
  109. Don't Drink the Water (1969)
  110. How to Commit Marriage (1969)
  111. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.11)}
  112. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.12)}
  113. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.13)}
  114. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.14)}
  115. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.15)}
  116. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.17)}
  117. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.18)}
  118. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.19)}
  119. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.20)}
  120. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.21)}
  121. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.22)}
  122. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(1969-01-18)}
  123. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {Double Trouble (#4.21)}
  124. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Happiness Is a Rich Uncle (#4.7)}
  125. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Hawaii, Oh! Oh! (#4.8)}
  126. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Mexican Hat Trick (#4.3)}
  127. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Play It Again, Norton (#4.1)}
  128. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Ralph Goes Hollywood (#4.2)}
  129. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: The Curse of the Cuckoo Thief (#4.4)}
  130. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: The Honeymoon Is Over (#4.6)}
  131. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: The Match Game (#4.10)}
  132. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: The Sun and Raccoon Capital (#4.9)}
  133. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {Yes, We Have No Bonanzas (#4.5)}
  134. Skidoo (1968)
  135. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Visits Jack Benny (#1.2)}
  136. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#2.17)}
  137. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.10)}
  138. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.2)}
  139. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.4)}
  140. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.6)}
  141. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.7)}
  142. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.8)}
  143. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#3.9)}
  144. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Follow the Boys (#3.5)}
  145. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Sleepy Time Gal (#3.1)}
  146. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: The Boy Next Door (#3.3)}
  147. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1968-10-15)}
  148. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#1.23)}
  149. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#2.10)}
  150. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#2.12)}
  151. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#2.14)}
  152. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#2.16)}
  153. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#2.4)}
  154. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#2.6)}
  155. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#2.8)}
  156. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {Jackie Gleason's 51st Birthday Celebration (#1.21)}
  157. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Be It Ever So Humble (#2.1)}
  158. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Flushing Ho! (#1.26)}
  159. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Hair to a Fortune (#2.2)}
  160. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: King of the Castle (#1.16)}
  161. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Life Upon the Wicked Stage (#1.20)}
  162. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Movies Are Better Than Ever (#1.17)}
  163. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Nephew of the Bride (#2.7)}
  164. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Out of Sight, Out of Mind (#2.9)}
  165. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Ralph Kramden Presents (#1.24)}
  166. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Rififi - Brooklyn Style (#1.22)}
  167. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Sees All - Knows All (#1.27)}
  168. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: The Main Event (#2.13)}
  169. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: The People's Choice (#2.3)}
  170. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: To Whom It May Concern (#2.15)}
  171. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Two Faces of Ralph Kramden (#2.11)}
  172. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Two for the Money (#2.5)}
  173. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Without Reservations (#1.19)}
  174. "Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre" (1963) {The Big Stomach (#4.8)}
  175. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.16)}
  176. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.18)}
  177. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.19)}
  178. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.20)}
  179. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.21)}
  180. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.22)}
  181. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.24)}
  182. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.25)}
  183. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.26)}
  184. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.27)}
  185. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.28)}
  186. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(1966-04-23)}
  187. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {Gleason Gaities 1966 (#4.30)}
  188. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {The Honeymooners: The Adoption (#4.17)}
  189. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#1.10)}
  190. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#1.14)}
  191. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#1.15)}
  192. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {(#1.6)}
  193. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Confusion - Italian Style (#1.5)}
  194. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: In Twenty-Five Words or Less (#1.1)}
  195. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Petticoat Jungle (#1.12)}
  196. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Poor People in Paris (#1.4)}
  197. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Run, Santa, Run (#1.13)}
  198. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: Ship of Fools (#1.3)}
  199. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: The Curse of the Kramdens (#1.7)}
  200. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: The Honeymooners in England (#1.8)}
  201. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: We Spy (#1.11)}
  202. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Honeymooners: You're in the Picture (#1.9)}
  203. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) {The Passing Politician (#1.2)}
  204. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.15)}
  205. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.16)}
  206. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.17)}
  207. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.18)}
  208. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.19)}
  209. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.20)}
  210. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.21)}
  211. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.22)}
  212. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.23)}
  213. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.24)}
  214. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.25)}
  215. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.26)}
  216. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.27)}
  217. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.28)}
  218. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.29)}
  219. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.1)}
  220. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.10)}
  221. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.11)}
  222. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.12)}
  223. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.13)}
  224. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.14)}
  225. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.15)}
  226. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.2)}
  227. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.3)}
  228. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.4)}
  229. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.5)}
  230. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.6)}
  231. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.7)}
  232. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.8)}
  233. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#4.9)}
  234. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {Gleason Gaities 1965 (#3.30)}
  235. Freedom Spectacular (1964) (TV)
  236. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.14)}
  237. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.15)}
  238. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.16)}
  239. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.17)}
  240. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.18)}
  241. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.19)}
  242. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.20)}
  243. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.21)}
  244. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.22)}
  245. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.23)}
  246. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.24)}
  247. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.25)}
  248. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.26)}
  249. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.27)}
  250. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.28)}
  251. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.30)}
  252. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.31)}
  253. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.32)}
  254. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.1)}
  255. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.10)}
  256. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.11)}
  257. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.12)}
  258. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.13)}
  259. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.14)}
  260. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.2)}
  261. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.3)}
  262. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.4)}
  263. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.5)}
  264. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.6)}
  265. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.7)}
  266. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.8)}
  267. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#3.9)}
  268. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {Gleason's Gaieties (#2.34)}
  269. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {The Many Worlds of Jackie Gleason (#2.12)}
  270. CBS: The Stars' Address (1963) (TV)
  271. Papa's Delicate Condition (1963)
  272. Soldier in the Rain (1963)
  273. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.15)}
  274. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.16)}
  275. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.17)}
  276. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.18)}
  277. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.19)}
  278. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.20)}
  279. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.21)}
  280. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.22)}
  281. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.23)}
  282. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.24)}
  283. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.25)}
  284. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.26)}
  285. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.27)}
  286. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.28)}
  287. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.29)}
  288. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.1)}
  289. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.10)}
  290. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.11)}
  291. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.2)}
  292. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.3)}
  293. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.4)}
  294. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.5)}
  295. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.6)}
  296. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.7)}
  297. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.8)}
  298. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#2.9)}
  299. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {Gleason Gaities 1963 (#1.30)}
  300. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#16.38)}
  301. Gigot (1962)
  302. Requiem for a Heavyweight (1962)
  303. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.1)}
  304. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.10)}
  305. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.11)}
  306. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.12)}
  307. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.13)}
  308. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.14)}
  309. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.2)}
  310. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.3)}
  311. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.4)}
  312. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.5)}
  313. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.6)}
  314. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.7)}
  315. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.8)}
  316. "Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine" (1962) {(#1.9)}
  317. The Hustler (1961)
  318. The Million Dollar Incident (1961) (TV)
  319. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1961) {(#1.1)}
  320. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1961) {(#1.2)}
  321. "The Red Skelton Show" (1951) {We're Gonna Have a Party (#10.14)}
  322. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#15.3)}
  323. The Arthur Godfrey Show (1960) (TV)
  324. The Big Sell (1960) (TV)
  325. The Fabulous Fifties (1960)
  326. The Secret World of Eddie Hodges (1960) (TV)
  327. "Small World" (1958) {(#2.4)}
  328. "Timex All-Star Jazz Show" (1957) {The Golden Age of Jazz}
  329. "Playhouse 90" (1956) {The Time of Your Life (#3.3)}
  330. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#11.39)}
  331. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#12.2)}
  332. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1957-01-26)}
  333. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1957-04-20)}
  334. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1957-04-27)}
  335. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1957-05-04)}
  336. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1957-05-18)}
  337. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1957-05-25)}
  338. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Away We Go}
  339. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Behind the Iron Curtain}
  340. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Curse of the Kramdens}
  341. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Framed in Spain}
  342. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {I Remember Mau Mau}
  343. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Manager of the Baseball Team}
  344. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {My Fair Landlord}
  345. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Plastered in Paris}
  346. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Six Months to Live (Re-Staging)}
  347. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: Mad Dogs and Englishmen}
  348. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: When in Rome}
  349. "Person to Person" (1953) {(#3.23)}
  350. "The Herb Shriner Show" (1949) {(1956-10-02)}
  351. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {A Dog's Life (#1.21)}
  352. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {A Man's Pride (#1.39)}
  353. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {A Matter of Record (#1.15)}
  354. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Alice and the Blonde (#1.36)}
  355. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Dial J for Janitor (#1.38)}
  356. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Head of the House (#1.27)}
  357. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Here Comes the Bride (#1.22)}
  358. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Mama Loves Mambo (#1.23)}
  359. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Mind Your Own Business (#1.35)}
  360. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Oh, My Aching Back (#1.16)}
  361. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {On Stage (#1.31)}
  362. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Opportunity Knocks But (#1.32)}
  363. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Pardon My Glove (#1.25)}
  364. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Please Leave the Premises (#1.24)}
  365. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Ralph Kramden, Inc. (#1.19)}
  366. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {The $99,000 Answer (#1.18)}
  367. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {The Babysitter (#1.17)}
  368. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {The Bensonhurst Bomber (#1.37)}
  369. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {The Loudspeaker (#1.30)}
  370. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {The Safety Award (#1.34)}
  371. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {The Worry Wart (#1.28)}
  372. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Trapped (#1.29)}
  373. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Unconventional Behavior (#1.33)}
  374. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Young at Heart (#1.20)}
  375. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Young Man with a Horn (#1.26)}
  376. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1956-09-29)}
  377. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1956-10-06)}
  378. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Catch a Star}
  379. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Checkup}
  380. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Double Anniversary Party}
  381. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Expectant Father}
  382. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Finders Keepers}
  383. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Forgot to Register}
  384. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Goodnight Sweet Prince}
  385. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Tribute to Tommy Dorsey}
  386. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Two Family Car}
  387. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#9.40)}
  388. "I've Got a Secret" (1952) {(1955-03-02)}
  389. "Studio One" (1948) {Uncle Ed and Circumstances (#8.4)}
  390. "The Best of Broadway" (1954) {The Show-Off (#1.6)}
  391. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {'Twas the Night Before Christmas (#1.13)}
  392. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {A Matter of Life and Death (#1.5)}
  393. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {A Woman's Work Is Never Done (#1.4)}
  394. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Better Living Through TV (#1.7)}
  395. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Brother Ralph (#1.9)}
  396. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Funny Money (#1.2)}
  397. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Hello Mom (#1.10)}
  398. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Pal O' Mine (#1.8)}
  399. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {Something Fishy (#1.12)}
  400. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {The Deciding Vote (#1.11)}
  401. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {The Golfer (#1.3)}
  402. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {The Man from Space (#1.14)}
  403. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {The Sleepwalker (#1.6)}
  404. "The Honeymooners" (1955) {TV or Not TV (#1.1)}
  405. "The Jack Benny Program" (1950) {Jackie Gleason Show (#5.16)}
  406. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {A Little Man Who Wasn't There}
  407. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {A Promotion}
  408. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {A Weighty Problem}
  409. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Boys and Girls Together}
  410. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Cupid}
  411. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Hero}
  412. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {In Central Park}
  413. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Letter to the Boss}
  414. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {One Big Happy Family}
  415. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Peacemaker}
  416. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Songs and Witty Sayings}
  417. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Stand-In for Murder (II) (#3.38)}
  418. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Stars Over Flatbush}
  419. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: Kramden vs. Norton}
  420. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: Principle of the Thing}
  421. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: The Adoption}
  422. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: The Great Jewel Robbery}
  423. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Hypnotist}
  424. "The Red Skelton Show" (1951) {(#5.2)}
  425. "Studio One" (1948) {Short Cut (#7.12)}
  426. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#2.11)}
  427. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#2.12)}
  428. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#2.15)}
  429. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#2.16)}
  430. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#2.17)}
  431. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#2.18)}
  432. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#2.30)}
  433. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#2.34)}
  434. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#3.3)}
  435. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1954-03-22)}
  436. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1954-06-26)}
  437. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1954-11-06)}
  438. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1954-12-04)}
  439. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1954-12-18)}
  440. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Battle of the Sexes}
  441. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Boxtop Kid (#2.31)}
  442. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Cottage for Sale (#2.14)}
  443. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Fortune Teller (#2.24)}
  444. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Game Called on Account of Marriage (#3.2)}
  445. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Goodbye Aunt Ethel (#2.33)}
  446. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Hair-Raising Tale (#2.29)}
  447. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Halloween Party for the Boss}
  448. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Love Letter (#3.4)}
  449. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Move Uptown (#2.27)}
  450. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Ralph's Sweet Tooth}
  451. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Songwriters}
  452. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Stand-In for Murder (#2.26)}
  453. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Brother-in-Law}
  454. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: Teamwork Beat the Clock}
  455. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: This Is Your Life (#2.13)}
  456. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Lawsuit (#2.23)}
  457. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Man in the Blue Suit (#2.28)}
  458. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Next Champ (#2.25)}
  459. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The People's Choice}
  460. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Poor Soul in Christmas-Land}
  461. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Two Men on a Horse (#2.32)}
  462. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Vacation at Fred's Landing: Re-Staging (#2.35)}
  463. "The Red Skelton Show" (1951) {(#3.16)}
  464. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#7.40)}
  465. "Arthur Godfrey and His Friends" (1949) {(1953-05-06)}
  466. "Studio One" (1948) {The Laugh Maker (#5.34)}
  467. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#1.16)}
  468. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#1.20)}
  469. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#1.21)}
  470. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#1.23)}
  471. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#1.36)}
  472. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#1.40)}
  473. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#2.3)}
  474. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(1953-05-06)}
  475. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Alice Plays Cupid (#1.17)}
  476. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Alice's Aunt Ethel (#1.25)}
  477. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Alice's Birthday (#1.34)}
  478. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Anniversary Gift (#1.22)}
  479. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Champagne and Caviar (#2.7)}
  480. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Dinner Guest (#1.32)}
  481. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Easter Hats (#1.28)}
  482. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Finger Man (#2.9)}
  483. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Glow Worm Cleaning (#1.15)}
  484. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Guest Speaker (#1.38)}
  485. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Guest Speaker/Lost Job}
  486. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Halloween Party (#2.6)}
  487. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Hot Dog Stand (#2.4)}
  488. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Hot Tips (#1.29)}
  489. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Income Tax (#1.24)}
  490. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Lost Job (#1.19)}
  491. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Lucky Number (#2.2)}
  492. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Lunch Box (#1.27)}
  493. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Manager of the Baseball Team (#1.33)}
  494. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Norton Moves In (#1.30)}
  495. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Prowler/Glow Worm Cleaning Powder}
  496. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Ralph's Diet (#1.31)}
  497. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Santa and the Bookies (#2.10)}
  498. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Sprained Thumb (#2.1)}
  499. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Suspense (#1.18)}
  500. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Suspense/Two Tickets to the Fight}
  501. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Dorsey Brothers Show (#1.35)}
  502. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: Letter to the Boss (#2.8)}
  503. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: New Year's Eve Party}
  504. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: The Christmas Party}
  505. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Prowler (#1.37)}
  506. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Two Tickets to the Fight (#2.5)}
  507. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Vacation at Fred's Landing (#1.39)}
  508. "This Is Show Business" (1949) {(1953-09-29)}
  509. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.22)}
  510. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.25)}
  511. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.26)}
  512. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.27)}
  513. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.29)}
  514. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.30)}
  515. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.31)}
  516. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.34)}
  517. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.35)}
  518. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.36)}
  519. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.39)}
  520. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.41)}
  521. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.42)}
  522. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.43)}
  523. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.44)}
  524. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Alice Finds a Dog (#3.23)}
  525. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Alice's Sister Argues with Her Husband (#3.19)}
  526. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Cold (#3.24)}
  527. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Easter Hats (#3.33)}
  528. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Manager of the Baseball Team (#3.38)}
  529. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Surprise Party (#3.32)}
  530. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Vacation at Fred's Landing (#3.40)}
  531. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#1.10)}
  532. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#1.14)}
  533. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {(#1.8)}
  534. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Christmas Party (#1.13)}
  535. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {JellyBeans (#1.9)}
  536. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Lost Baby (#1.4)}
  537. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Missing Pants (#1.11)}
  538. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Pickles (#1.7)}
  539. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Question Mark (#1.5)}
  540. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Six Months to Live (#1.12)}
  541. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Sprained Thumb (#1.3)}
  542. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Cold (#1.6)}
  543. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The New Bowling Ball (#1.1)}
  544. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Turkey (#1.2)}
  545. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#5.30)}
  546. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#5.34)}
  547. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#5.35)}
  548. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#5.38)}
  549. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#6.14)}
  550. "Cavalcade of Bands" (1950) {(#2.24)}
  551. "Cavalcade of Bands" (1950) {(#2.25)}
  552. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.18)}
  553. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.19)}
  554. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.20)}
  555. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.21)}
  556. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.22)}
  557. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.23)}
  558. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.24)}
  559. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.25)}
  560. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.26)}
  561. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.27)}
  562. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.28)}
  563. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.29)}
  564. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.30)}
  565. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.31)}
  566. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.32)}
  567. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.33)}
  568. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.34)}
  569. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.35)}
  570. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.36)}
  571. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.37)}
  572. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.38)}
  573. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.39)}
  574. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.40)}
  575. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.41)}
  576. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.42)}
  577. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.43)}
  578. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.44)}
  579. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.45)}
  580. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.1)}
  581. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.11)}
  582. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.13)}
  583. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.18)}
  584. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.2)}
  585. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.3)}
  586. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.4)}
  587. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.5)}
  588. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#3.9)}
  589. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Alice and Ralph Get Dressed for a Date Last Night (#3.14)}
  590. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Alice's Anniversary (#3.8)}
  591. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Bread (#3.6)}
  592. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Christmas Party (#3.17)}
  593. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Ralph Threatens to Leave (#3.12)}
  594. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {Razor Blades (#3.7)}
  595. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {The New Television Set (#3.10)}
  596. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {The Quiz Show (#3.16)}
  597. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {The Ring Salesman (#3.15)}
  598. "Ford Festival" (1951) {(#1.5)}
  599. "Ford Star Revue" (1950) {(#2.1)}
  600. "Four Star Revue" (1950) {(#1.42)}
  601. "Musical Comedy Time" (1950) {No! No! Nanette! (#1.12)}
  602. "The Colgate Comedy Hour" (1950) {(#1.40)}
  603. "The Colgate Comedy Hour" (1950) {(#2.1)}
  604. "The Frank Sinatra Show" (1950) {(#1.18)}
  605. "The Kate Smith Evening Hour" (1951) {(#1.6)}
  606. "The Milton Berle Show" (1948) {(#3.29)}
  607. "The Milton Berle Show" (1948) {(1951-04-03)}
  608. "This Is Show Business" (1949) {(1951-05-13)}
  609. The Desert Hawk (1950)
  610. "Cavalcade of Bands" (1950) {Tommy Tucker}
  611. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#1.58)}
  612. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#1.59)}
  613. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#1.60)}
  614. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#1.61)}
  615. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#1.62)}
  616. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#1.63)}
  617. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#1.64)}
  618. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#1.65)}
  619. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#1.66)}
  620. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.1)}
  621. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.10)}
  622. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.11)}
  623. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.12)}
  624. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.13)}
  625. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.14)}
  626. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.15)}
  627. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.16)}
  628. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.17)}
  629. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.2)}
  630. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.3)}
  631. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.4)}
  632. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.5)}
  633. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.6)}
  634. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.7)}
  635. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.8)}
  636. "Cavalcade of Stars" (1949) {(#2.9)}
  637. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Acting Lessons (#1.19)}
  638. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Five Dollar Bill (#1.26)}
  639. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Home Sweet Home (#1.21)}
  640. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Insurance (#1.17)}
  641. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Junior and the Bully (#1.24)}
  642. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Junior Drops Out (#1.15)}
  643. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Peg's Birthday (#1.14)}
  644. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Riley's Firstborn (#1.16)}
  645. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Riley's Quarrel (#1.23)}
  646. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {South American Job (#1.22)}
  647. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {The Banned Book (#1.25)}
  648. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {The Gambler (#1.18)}
  649. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Valentine's Day (#1.20)}
  650. "This Is Show Business" (1949) {(1950-10-08)}
  651. "The Lamb's Gambol" (1949) {(1949-03-27)}
  652. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Assistant Manager (#1.6)}
  653. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Babs and Simon Step Out (#1.2)}
  654. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Egbert's Chemistry Set (#1.3)}
  655. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Junior Falls for Teacher (#1.9)}
  656. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Junior's Birthday Party (#1.12)}
  657. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Nervous Breakdown (#1.5)}
  658. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Night School (#1.10)}
  659. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Prom Dress (#1.11)}
  660. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Riley's Birthday Gift (#1.7)}
  661. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Riley, Gillis, and Vanderhopper, Inc. (#1.8)}
  662. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {The Boarder (#1.13)}
  663. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {The French Professor (#1.4)}
  664. "The Life of Riley" (1949) {Tonsils (#1.1)}
  665. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#2.22)}
  666. Escape from Crime (1942)
  667. Lady Gangster (1942)
  668. Larceny, Inc. (1942)
  669. Orchestra Wives (1942)
  670. Springtime in the Rockies (1942)
  671. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (1942)
  672. All Through the Night (1941)
  673. Navy Blues (1941)
  674. Steel Against the Sky (1941)

Movies Produced

  1. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.9)} (supervising producer)
  2. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.1)} (supervising producer)
  3. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.10)} (supervising producer)
  4. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.11)} (supervising producer)
  5. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.12)} (supervising producer)
  6. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.13)} (supervising producer)
  7. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.14)} (supervising producer)
  8. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.15)} (supervising producer)
  9. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.16)} (supervising producer)
  10. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.17)} (supervising producer)
  11. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.18)} (supervising producer)
  12. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.19)} (supervising producer)
  13. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.2)} (supervising producer)
  14. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.20)} (supervising producer)
  15. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.21)} (supervising producer)
  16. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.22)} (supervising producer)
  17. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.23)} (supervising producer)
  18. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.24)} (supervising producer)
  19. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.25)} (supervising producer)
  20. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.26)} (supervising producer)
  21. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.3)} (supervising producer)
  22. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.4)} (supervising producer)
  23. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.5)} (supervising producer)
  24. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.6)} (supervising producer)
  25. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.7)} (supervising producer)
  26. "Gleason: He's the Greatest" (1988) {(#1.8)} (supervising producer)
  27. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1966) (executive producer)
  28. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1961) (executive producer)
  29. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Away We Go} (supervising producer)
  30. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Behind the Iron Curtain} (supervising producer)
  31. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Curse of the Kramdens} (supervising producer)
  32. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Framed in Spain} (supervising producer)
  33. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {I Remember Mau Mau} (supervising producer)
  34. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Plastered in Paris} (supervising producer)
  35. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: Mad Dogs and Englishmen} (supervising producer)
  36. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Honeymooners: When in Rome} (supervising producer)
  37. "Stage Show" (1954) (executive producer)
  38. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Lost Baby (#1.4)} (producer)
  39. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {Question Mark (#1.5)} (producer)
  40. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {The Turkey (#1.2)} (producer)
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