Alice misplaces her wedding ring; Ralph thinks a turkey ate it.

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Episode credited cast:
... Host / Reginald Van Gleason III / Charlie Bratton (the Loudmouth) / Ralph Kramden
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jimmy Blaine ... Announcer - Commercials
Ray Bloch ... Bandleader
... Clem Finch (Loudmouth Skit) / Ed Norton / Wrestling Announcer (Reggie Sketch)
... Himself
Marilyn Gleason ... Herself - Dancer
Joan Holloway ... Guest Dancer
The June Taylor Dancers ... Themselves
Paul Luther ... Announcer
... Alice Kramden
Bill Nimmo ... Announcer - Commercials
... Herself
... Trixie Norton
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Alice misplaces her wedding ring; Ralph thinks a turkey ate it.

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Comedy

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TV-G
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27 September 1952 (USA)  »

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Besides the Honeymooners skit, other sketches include Art Carney playing the ring announcer for a wrestling match (complete with ring provided by Everlast) between the tag team of the Indian Marauder and Baron Von Deutchsland against Charlie Lump (Jerry Bergen) and the dashing society playboy Reginald Van Gleason III, who makes his entrance with an elaborate litter and wrestles in a leopard-skinned outfit. Also, obnoxious Charlie Bratton loses pal Clem Finch's rare dime in a diner pay phone. The June Taylor Dancers perform 'Another Opening, Another Show.' Gleason sings 'Who Cares?' and dances to 'Crazy Rythmn' with Marliyn Gleason. The Dorsey Orchestra performs 'Struttin' With Some Barbeque.' See more »

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Blue Carbuncle Redux
8 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Alice is beside herself when she loses her wedding ring. She knew she left it on the bedroom dresser. While this is happening, Ralph comes to realize that his wife is keeping a live turkey. There has been a raffle and a man is coming to claim his prize, which Alice has kindly agreed to keep until he can arrive. Ralph, of course, assumes that the turkey ate the ring, and a comedy of errors ensues. Norton gets in on the act and Ralph has to eat crow instead of turkey.


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