A big-time New York mob boss is holed up in his luxury suite, since the rival Barney Hackett gang is intent on rubbing him out. The boss plans to run off to South America, but has no chance... See full synopsis »

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Himself - Host / Ralph Kramden / Harry the Mob Boss / Reginald Van Gleason III / Stanley R. Sogg
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A big-time New York mob boss is holed up in his luxury suite, since the rival Barney Hackett gang is intent on rubbing him out. The boss plans to run off to South America, but has no chance of eluding Hackett... See full synopsis »

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17 April 1954 (USA)  »

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Newspapers report that only the studio audience saw the ending of this sketch. There was so much laughter that the skit ran out of air time and CBS cut away to the next program without any explanation. The following week, Jackie Gleason explained to the TV audience how the sketch was supposed to conclude. See more »

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