The Jackie Gleason Show (1952–1959)
The Mystery Guest Art Carney is dressed as your character (Ed Norton) in this show.
Show mentioned in title
Daffy quotes one of Gleason's signature lines, "A little travelin' music!"
George gets Ronnie a job on the show.
One of the songs that Norton plays on the piano to help Ralph brush up on popular songs from movies is "Melancholy Serenade"
Ronnie jokes to his mother that he's trying to get on the show, as he mimics Gleason's signature exit.
Gang member shouts, "And away we go" and imitates Gleason's characteristic gestures.
In connection with mystery guest, the June Taylor Dancers.
General questions regarding the series are directed to some of the contestants.
George jokes to the writer about Jackie's show.
Gleason reprises his characters from the show
Title mentioned during 'Greatest Records of all Time'
Title used the expression used by Jackie Gleason to get the show started.
Tom: "I think they got this shot from an old 'Jackie Gleason Show.'"
Chris imitates Gleason's "and away we go!"
Crow: Ladie's and Gentlemen, the June Taylor danc...oh.
"And the June Taylor Dancers"
Crow mentions it by name.
Servo: (as Jackie Gleason) And away we go!
Mike: The June Taylor Fighter Planes!
Mike: The June Taylor Corpses!
talks about the Honeymooners orgin on it
Bobby Darin (Kevin Spacey) is seen with a Gleason look-alike in a scene in front of a studio audience
The character of "Reginald Van Griffen" is based on Jackie Gleason's character "Reginald Van Gleason III".
Clip of Jackie Gleason
footage from this show exists in this special
Clips of the Playgirl Club sketch and it's introduction by Gleason.
Peter's entrance into the party down the staircase, accompanied by Jackie Gleason music, spoofs the Reginald van Gleason character.