Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1974)
Norman Lear's big-screen attempt to revive The Honeymooners with a modern twist. Alice Kramden can put up with her husband's crazy moneymaking schemes and his staying out late at the Raccoon Lodge. But when she catches Ralph makin' like-a dis and like-a dat with the downstairs neighbor Mrs. Manicotti, she's had enough. She packs up and leaves, moving into an apartment complex in Jersey and starting a life as a career girl (her big skill is stuffing jelly into donuts at a Hoboken bakery).