The Honeymooners: Season 1, Episode 20

Young at Heart (11 Feb. 1956)

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After a visit from some teenagers, Alice feels that she and Ralph are starting to get old. She wants Ralph to take her out for some youthful activities, starting with roller-skating. But ... See full summary »

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After a visit from some teenagers, Alice feels that she and Ralph are starting to get old. She wants Ralph to take her out for some youthful activities, starting with roller-skating. But Ralph thinks the idea is ridiculous, and at first, resists it. Written by afsnowbird

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The title refers to the 1953 song "Young at Heart" written by Johnny Richards and Carolyn Leigh and made famous by Frank Sinatra. See more »

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The edge of the apartment set on the left side of the screen can be briefly seen when Ralph first starts dancing and when he tells Alice that they are going to go roller skating. See more »

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Ralph: [after an argument with Alice on being young] She's right, Norton. She's right. There's nothing wrong with somebody wanting to stay young. It's my fault. Well, I'm telling you right now, Norton, I'm changing.
Ed Norton: What are you gonna do?
Ralph: I'm gonna start taking her to dances and roller-skating. I'm gonna learn all the new dances: the Big Apple, Suzie Q, the Continental, Hesitation Waltz, all of that. And I'm gonna learn all the expressions, too, like "Bo-do-dee-oh-do", "23 skidoo", and "I'll kiss you ...
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The Skaters Waltz (Les patineurs)
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Music by Emil Waldteufel
Played during the roller skating scene
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