The Jackie Gleason Show (1952–1959)
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Lost Baby 


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Episode credited cast:
Himself - Host / Ralph Kramden / Joe the Bartender
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jimmy Blaine ...
Announcer - Commercials
Ray Bloch ...
Ed Norton
Himself - Guest Vocalist
The June Taylor Dancers ...
Himself - Film Clip
Jack Lester ...
Himself / Radio and TV Writer
Paul Luther ...
Alice Kramden
Dorothy Morrow ...
Herself / Guest Vocalist
Maria Neglia ...
Guest Violinst
Bill Nimmo ...
Announcer - Commercials


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11 October 1952 (USA)  »

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The title of the 'Honeymooners' sketch is 'Lost Baby.' It ran 10:30 in length. Nat 'King' Cole sings 'Walkin' My Baby Back Home' and 'Faith Can Move Mountains.' Dorothy Morrow performs 'I Have Dreamed' and 'Because You're Mine.' The June Taylor Dancers and violinist Maria Neglia perform 'The Flight of the Bumblebee.' Radio/TV writer Jack Lester cites Gleason as the Number One TV comedian of the season. Gleason congratulates his band leader Ray Bloch for 20 years of conducting and Jackie also appears in a Joe the Bartender skit. See more »

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8 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Ralph finds an infant on his bus at the end of the route. Instead of reporting it, he brings the little on home. This is pretty much a story of fish out of water. Ralph needs to figure out how to care for the baby. Norton, of course, is absolutely no help. What ensues is what we would expect. Ralph becomes attached as they care for the kid. But, naturally, there is going to be a price to pay at some point. No matter what, it's a nice little vignette.

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