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The Honeymooners (1978)

Ralph gets another one of his famous get-rich-quick schemes: using his and Ed's life savings on lottery tickets in an attempt to win a million dollars. It's not a Merry Christmas for all.

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... Ralph Kramden
... Ed Norton
... Alice Kramden
... Trixie Norton
... Mrs. Gibson - Alice's Mother
Dick Lynn ... Radio announcer (voice)
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The June Taylor Dancers ... Themselves
Sammy Spear and His Orchestra ... Themselves
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Ralph gets another one of his famous get-rich-quick schemes: using his and Ed's life savings on lottery tickets in an attempt to win a million dollars. It's not a Merry Christmas for all.

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10 December 1978 (USA)  »

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Jackie Gleason's Honeymooners' Christmas  »

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The final "The Honeymooners" reunion. This is the final time that Jackie Gleason and Audrey Meadows played the roles of Ralph and Alice Kramden. Art Carney hosted a "The Honeymooners" marathon as Ed Norton in 2001 on TV Land. See more »

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Ralph says that he is an only child. But in previous sketches on _"The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952), it is stated that he has brothers named Leo and Charlie. See more »

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Ed Norton: She got me out there on a very clever ruse. She says, "Ed, go out there on the fire escape and water the petunias." After I get out there, I realize you don't water petunias in the wintertime. Second of all, I realized we don't have no petunias.
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