The Jackie Gleason Show: Season 2, Episode 10

Santa and the Bookies (5 Dec. 1953)

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Believing that Alice is pregnant, Ralph takes a job as a sidewalk Santa, with Norton as his helper, in order to earn extra money. But they are unaware of the fact that their new bosses are ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
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Himself - Host / Ralph Kramden
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Tipsy Man
Evelyn Ay ...
Herself - Miss America 1954 (as Evelyn Margaret Ay)
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Lefty
Joseph Ferko ...
Himself - Guest Band Leader (as Joseph Ferko Strings)
Eddie Hanley ...
'Knuckles' Grogan
Nell Harrison ...
Grandma
The June Taylor Dancers ...
Themselves
Jack Lescoulie ...
Himself - Announcer
Frank Marth ...
Policeman
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Robert Middleton ...
Police Detective
George Petrie ...
Rocky
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Believing that Alice is pregnant, Ralph takes a job as a sidewalk Santa, with Norton as his helper, in order to earn extra money. But they are unaware of the fact that their new bosses are bookies who are using Ralph and Norton as a front to receive their betting slips. Written by afsnowbird

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Also appearing on this broadcast was the 1954 LOOK Magazine All-American Football Team plus 35 sports writers from across the USA. See more »

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