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"The Jackie Gleason Show" Episode #2.22 (1954)

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Original Air Date:
20 March 1954 (Season 2, Episode 22)
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Cast

 (Episode Cast)
Ray Bloch ... Himself - Orchestra Leader

Art Carney ... Himself

Jane Froman ... Guest Hostess
The June Taylor Dancers ... Themselves
Jack Lescoulie ... Himself - Announcer
The Treniers ... Musical Guests
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Series Cast
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George Petrie ... Various Characters (uncredited)
Marilyn Gleason ... Herself (as Marilyn Taylor)

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Directed by
Frank Bunetta 
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Herb Alexander .... lighting director
Pat McBride .... camera operator
 
Music Department
Jackie Gleason .... composer: theme "Melancholy Serenade"
Ralph Hermann .... music arranger
 
Other crew
Eddie Brinkmann .... stage manager
Bob Daily .... technical director
Joan Reichman .... production assistant
Kenneth Whelan .... associate director
 
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Trivia:
On this program, Jane Froman filled in as Guest Hostess for the injured Jackie Gleason. She sang and appeared in production numbers with Art Carney, the June Taylor Dancers, and the song-and-dance group, the Treniers.See more »

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