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Episode credited cast:
Jackie Gleason ... Himself / Ralph Kramden / Joe the Bartender
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tony Bennett ... Himself - Guest Vocalist
Art Carney ... Ed Norton
Sally Carter Sally Carter ... Glea Girl
Darlene Enlow Darlene Enlow ... Glea Girl
Karen Flynn Karen Flynn ... Glea Girl
Frank Fontaine Frank Fontaine ... Crazy Guggenheim / Various
The June Taylor Dancers The June Taylor Dancers ... Themselves
Sue Ane Langdon ... Alice Kramden
Johnny Olson Johnny Olson ... Himself - Announcer
Lee Rand Lee Rand ... Guest Vocalist
Greta Randall Greta Randall ... Glea Girl
Sammy Spear and His Orchestra Sammy Spear and His Orchestra ... Themselves
Ann Warner Ann Warner ... Glea Girl
Patricia Wilson Patricia Wilson ... Trixie Norton


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Release Date:

20 October 1962 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Peekskill Enterprises,CBS See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The More I See You
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Performed by Frank Fontaine
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Classic TV
4 December 2009 | by JackbillySee all my reviews

This is classic TV that should be available for viewing on the Internet or on DVD.Crazy Googenheim(sp) is wonderful in the Joe the Bartender scene.He has a surprisingly melodious voice which is showcased inside of the comedy scene in the bar.

There is a Honeymooners episode included in the show.It is great to see Jackie Gleason and Art Carney working together again. He does wonderful spoofs on American Life and what if situations. There is a wonderful use of playing with words, such as the typical scene of a bunch of kids just "Hanging around", and the scene at a Thanksgiving dinner, where a diner exclaims that if he eats one more bite he will explode and then he eats one more bite anyway. They do a takeoff on the Hertz commercials that were popular at the time and make fun of the "Let Hertz put you in the drivers seat" theme of the time. I really want to get a copy of this show on DVD if possible.

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