The Best of Jackie Gleason and The Honeymooners DELUXE COLLECTION

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The Best of Jackie Gleason and The Honeymooners DELUXE COLLECTION

How sweet it is! For the first time ever, it’s all the greatest, from the greatest, in one spectacular DVD collection!

How sweet it is! For the first time ever, it’s all the greatest, from the greatest, in one spectacular DVD collection!
70 Hours on 26 DVDs

26 DVDs including rare Bonus Material and 2 Collectible Memory Books!

$199.90 Installment pricing available

50 more hours of classic Jackie Gleason comedy!

The time has come for the triumphant return of “The Great One”! Jackie Gleason was our working-class hero, entertaining audiences for decades. Now you can enjoy Jackie any time you like with this deluxe collection - the complete set of lost Honeymooners episodes from 1951-1957 plus the best of The Jackie Gleason Show IN COLOR from 1966-1970. The singing, the dancing, the hilarious comedy, the huge stars, and best of all, The Honeymooners! So take your television, and your family, back to the good ole days. And away we go! 

You’ll get 25 DVDs including:

  • The complete existing collection of all 107 Honeymooners live episodes
  • Plus 27 never-before-released episodes of The Jackie Gleason Show IN COLOR including Honeymooners sketches that haven’t been seen since they first aired!
  • Guest stars include Milton Berle, Jack Benny, George Burns, Lucille Ball, George Gobel, Bob Newhart, Tony Bennett, Gene Kelly, Martha Raye, Mickey Rooney, and many more!
  • Plus hours of extras including:
    • Original curtain calls, cast commercials, and color home movies from set!
    • The rare TV special with Jackie and Julie Andrews - Julie & Jackie: How Sweet It Is. Julie even plays Ed Norton in a Honeymooners sketch!
    • A FREE Bonus DVD with even more Honeymooners! 8 original, full-length Honeymooners episodes from 1955. See the brilliance of Ralph, Alice, Ed and Trixie from the beginning. 
    • A Bonus DVD of Dean Martin’s Celebrity Roast of Jackie. His good friends team up to take him down and Jackie loves every minute of it.
  • And two Collectible Memory Books with rare photos, original scripts, and a history of The Honeymooners. 

70 hours of hilarious, heart-warming humor!

The Honeymooners Lost Episodes – 15 DVDs

For decades, the early Honeymooners live telecasts were lost. Now the most complete collection possible of these rare gems, many of which have not been seen anywhere in decades, are together on DVD! It’s a treasure trove of the hilarious antics of hapless Brooklyn bus driver Ralph Kramden, his long-suffering but loving wife Alice, Ralph’s neighbor and pal, sewer worker Ed Norton, and Norton’s wife Trixie. This is a must-have collection for any fan of classic television comedy! 

  • DISC 1

    1. Bread (October 5, 1951)
    2. Razor Blades (October 12, 1951)
    3. The New Television Set (November 2, 1951)
    4. Ralph Threatens To Leave (November 16, 1951)
    5. Alice and Ralph Get Dressed For A Date Last Night (November 30, 1951)
    6. The Ring Salesman (December 7, 1951)
    7. The Quiz Show (December 14, 1951)
    8. Christmas Party (December 21, 1951)
    9. The Ring Salesman (Spring 1952)
    10.  The New Bowling Ball (September 20, 1952)
    11. The Turkey (September 27, 1952)
    12. The Lost Baby (October 11, 1952)
    13. The Quiz Show (October 18, 1952)
    14. Halloween Party (October 25, 1952)
    15. Cold (November 1, 1952)
    16. The Pickles (November 8, 1952)
    17. Jellybeans (November 22, 1952)
    18. Six Months To Live (December 13, 1952)

  • DISC 2

    19. Christmas Party (December 20, 1952)
    20. Glow Worm Cleaning (January 3, 1953)
    21. Alice Plays Cupid (January 17, 1953)
    22. Suspense (January 24, 1953)
    23. Lost Job (January 31, 1953)
    24. Anniversary Gift (February 21, 1953)
    25. Income Tax (March 7, 1953)
    26. Alice’s Aunt Ethel (March 14, 1953)
    27. What’s Her Name? (March 21, 1953)
    28. Lunch Box (March 28, 1953)
    29. Hot Tips (April 11, 1953)
    30. Norton Moves In (April 18, 1953)
    31. Ralph’s Diet (April 25, 1953)
    32. The Dinner Guest (May 2, 1953)
    33. Manager Of The Baseball Team (May 9, 1953)
    34. The Dorsey Brothers Show (May 23, 1953)

  • DISC 3

    35. The Prowler (June 6, 1953)
    36. Guest Speaker (June 13, 1953)
    37. Vacation At Fred’s Landing (June 20, 1953)
    38. Sprained Thumb (September 19, 1953)
    39. Lucky Number (September 26, 1953)
    40. Hot Dog Stand (October 10, 1953)
    41. Two Tickets To The Flight (October 24, 1953)
    42. Halloween Party (October 31, 1953)
    43. Champagne And Caviar (November 7, 1953)
    44. Letter To The Boss (November 14, 1953) 

  • DISC 4

    45. Finger Man (November 28, 1953)
    46. Santa And The Bookies (December 12, 1953)
    47. Christmas Party (December 19, 1953)
    48. New Year’s Eve Party (December 26, 1953)
    49. This Is Your Life (January 16, 1954)
    50. Cottage For Sale (January 23, 1954) 

  • DISC 5

    51. Lawsuit (March 27, 1954)
    52. Fortunate Teller (April 3, 1954)
    53. The Next Champ (April 10, 1954)
    54. Stand In For Murder (April 17, 1954)
    55. Move Uptown (April 24, 1954)
    56. The Man In The Blue Suit (May 1, 1954)  

  • DISC 6

    57. Hair Raising Tale (May 8, 1954)
    58. What’s The Name? (May 15, 1954)
    59. Box Top Kid (May 22, 1954)
    60. Two Men On A Horse (May 29, 1954)
    61. Good Buy, Aunt Ethel (June 5, 1954)
    62. Vacation At Fred’s Landing (June 19, 1954)  

  • DISC 7

    63. Ralph’s Sweet Tooth (September 25, 1954)
    64. Game Called On Account Of Marriage (October 2, 1954)
    65. Love Letter (October 16, 1954)
    66. The People’s Choice (Finger Man) (October 23, 1954)
    67. Battle Of The Sexes (November 13, 1954)  

  • DISC 8

    68. Teamwork Beat The Clock (November 20, 1954)
    69. The Brother-In-Law (November 27, 1954)
    70. Songwriters (December 11, 1954)
    71. Santa And The Bookies (December 18, 1954)
    72. Kramden vs. Norton (January 15, 1955)
    73. A  Promotion (January 22, 1955)  

  • DISC 9

    74. The Hypnotist (January 29, 1955)
    75. Cupid (February 5, 1955)
    76. A Little Man Who Wasn’t There (February 12, 1955)
    77. Hero (February 19, 1955)
    78. The Great Jewel Robbery (February 26, 1955) 

  • DISC 10

    79. Peacemaker (March 5, 1955)
    80. The Adoption (March 26, 1955)
    81. Stars Over Flatbush (April 2, 1955)
    82. One Big Happy Family (April 9, 1955)
    83. A Weighty Problem (April 16, 1955) 

  • DISC 11

    84. Boys And Girls Together (April 23, 1955)
    85. Principle Of The Thing (April 30, 1955)
    86. Songs And Witty Sayings (May 14, 1955)
    87. Letter To The Boss (May 21, 1955)
    88. Stand In For Murder (June 4, 1955)
    89. Double Anniversary Party (October 13, 1956)
    90. The Check-Up
    91. Forgot To Register (October 27, 1956)

  • DISC 12

    92. Expectant Father (November 3, 1956)
    93. Goodnight Sweet Prince (November 10, 1956)
    94. Two Family Car (November 17, 1956)
    95. Love Letter (November 24, 1956)
    96. Finders Keepers (December 8, 1956)
    97. Catch A Star (December 15, 1956)
    98. My Fair Landlord (January 19, 1957) 

  • DISC 13

    99. Away We Go (February 2, 1957)
    100. Plastered In Paris (February 9, 1957)
    101. Behind The Iron Curtain (February 16, 1957)
    102. When In Rome (February 23, 1957)  

  • DISC 14

    103. Curse Of The Kramdens (March 2, 1957)
    104. Mad Dogs & Englishmen (March 9, 1957)
    105. Framed In Spain (April 6, 1957)
    106. I Remember Mau Au (April 13, 1957)
    107. Manager Of The Baseball Team (June 1, 1957)  

  • DISC 15 – BONUS MATERIAL

    The Norton Interviews
    Man Under The Street – Ed Sullivan (February 6, 1954)
    People To People – Robert Q. Lewis (February 13, 1954)
    The Brooklyn Dogers – Jackie Gleason (April 27, 1957)
    The Cost Of Living – Jackie Gleason (May 4, 1957)
    Rock & Roll – Jackie Gleason (May 25, 1957)
    Norton Helps The Guest  Host – Johnnie Ray (June 8, 1957)

    The Honeymooners Lost Radio Episodes
    Letter To The Boss (May 18, 1954)
    Love Letter (December 8, 1954)

    Additional Sketches and Commercials
    Art Carney Receives Award From Sewer Workers (May 21, 1955)
    Art Carney Nescafe Commercial (June 6, 1953)
    Art Carney And Audrey Meadows Sketch (March 13, 1954)
    Ralph Kramden And Ed Norton Old Gold Commercial (June 1, 1957)
    Honeymooners Parody From The Jack Benny Show With Audrey Meadows (January 25, 1958)
    Honeymooners Parody From The Red Skelton Show With Peter Lorre (January 18, 1955)
    Audrey Meadows Chesterfield Commercial From The Ray Anthony Show (1956)

    New Featurettes
    The Lost Episodes Story
    All About Trixie: The Joyce Randolph Interview

    Scripts for Missing Episodes
    Easter Hats
    Alice’s Birthday
    The Missing Pair Of Pants

The Best of Jackie Gleason and The Honeymooners – 8 DVDs

This collection contains 27 never-before-released episodes of Jackie’s variety show on DVD – including unreleased Honeymooners sketches! - unseen for almost 50 years! You’ll see Jackie at his best as Ralph Kramden, Reginald Van Gleason III, Joe the Bartender, and on stage with all his famous friends – Jack Benny, George Burns, Milton Berle, Lucille Ball, George Goble, Bob Newhart, Mickey Rooney and many more. Plus musical performances by Tony Bennett, Gene Kelly, Frankie Avalon, Louis Armstrong, and Tiny Tim to name a few! 

  • DISC 1

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: December 31, 1966
    New Year’s Show
    Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows, Morey Amsterdam, Louis Nye, Jerry Lester, Gene Sheldon

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: January 28, 1967 
    One Man Show

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: February 25, 1967 
    Birthday Show
    Gene Kelly, Eydie Gormé, Sheila MacRae, Frank Gorshin, Danny Thomas, Lucille Ball, Art Carney, Frankie Avalon

  • DISC 2

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: November 11, 1967
    Dom DeLuise, George Gobel, Sheila MacRae

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: November 25, 1967
    Bing Crosby, Alan King, Liberace, Stan Ross

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: December 30, 1967
    Louis Armstrong, Milton Berle, Jerry Collins, Frank Fontaine

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: January 27, 1968
    Diahann Carroll, Tim Conway, Dom DeLuise, Wayne Newton

  • DISC 3

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: October 19, 1968
    Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Mike Douglas, Bob Newhart, Cesar Romero

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: November 2, 1968
    Shelley Berman, Edgar Bergen, Tiny Tim

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: November 9, 1968
    George Burns, Mel Tormé, Martha Raye, Jack Carter

  • DISC 4

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: November 23, 1968
    Frankie Avalon, Red Buttons, Phil Silvers
    The Honeymooners: Six Months to Live

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: December 7, 1968
    Morey Amsterdam, Red Buttons, Florence Henderson
    The Honeymooners: Alice’s Birthday

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: January 4, 1969
    Red Buttons, Jan Murray, Nipsey Russell
    The Honeymooners: Lawsuit

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: January 25, 1969
    Milton Berle, George Carlin, Edie Adams, Morton Storm

  • DISC 5

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: February 8, 1969
    George Gobel, Jack E. Leonard
    The Honeymooners: Hot Tip

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: March 8, 1969
    Tony Bennett, Milton Berle, Nipsey Russell, Jackie Vernon

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: March 15, 1969
    Sid Caesar, Myron Cohen, George Jessel, Timmie Rogers

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: March 22, 1969
    Wally Cox, Slappy White, Tiny Tim
    The Honeymooners: The New Bowling Ball

  • DISC 6

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: March 29, 1969
    Jack Benny, Robert Goulet, Jack Haley, Alan King

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: April 5, 1969
    Orson Bean, Victor Borge, Frank Sinatra Jr., Ray Milland, Sonny Sands
    The Honeymooners: Norton Moves In

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: April 12, 1969
    Charlie Manna, Groucho Marx, Jane Morgan, Mickey Rooney, Sid Gould

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: April 19, 1969
    George Burns, Georgie Kaye, Lou Marsh & Tony Adams
    The Honeymooners: The New Manager

  • DISC 7

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: October 25, 1969
    Yes, We Have No Bonanzas
    Art Carney, Milton Berle, Jerry Bergen

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: December 13, 1969
    Reggie and the Red Baron
    Art Carney, Milton Berle, Charlotte Rae

  • DISC 8

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: January 10, 1970
    Art Carney, Milton Berle, Allan Drake, Jackie Gayle, Irwin C. Watson

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: January 31, 1970
    Jack Benny, Sonny Sands, Aaron Williams

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: February 7, 1970
    Art Carney, Milton Berle, Jerry Collins, Rodney Dangerfield, Timmie Rogers 

Julie & Jackie: How Sweet It Is – 1 DVD

The rare TV special with Jackie and Julie Andrews - Julie & Jackie: How Sweet It Is! They sing, dance, and play their famous characters – the Poor Soul, Eliza Doolittle, Joe The Bartender, both Jackie and Julie play Reginald Van Gleason III, and Julie even plays Ed Norton in a Honeymooners sketch! 

ORIGINAL AIR DATE: May 22, 1974
Julie Andrews, Jackie Gleason

The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts – 1 Bonus DVD

Dean and his panel of famous pals successfully send up the "The Great One." Dean Martin hosts and Jackie Gleason roasts! 

ORIGINAL AIR DATE: February 27, 1975
Dean Martin, Jackie Gleason, Phyllis Diller, Milton Berle, Gene Kelly, Art Carney, Sheila MacRae and more!  

Honeymooners “Classic 39” Episodes – 1 DVD

Eight full-length original episodes of The Honeymooners from 1955. See the brilliance of Ralph, Alice, Ed and Trixie from the beginning.

  • TV Or Not TV

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: October 1, 1955

    With Ed and Ralph sharing a TV set, Norton and Captain Video become permanent fixtures in the Kramden household!

  • Funny Money

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: October 8, 1955

    Ralph finds a suitcase filled with money and becomes a big-time spender. But the money is counterfeit, and Ralph is in big-time trouble!

  • The Golfer

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: October 15, 1955

    After he brags to his boss that he’s a champion golfer, Ralph has just two days to learn the game…from Norton!

  • A Woman’s Work Is Never Done

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: October 22, 1955

    Fed up with hearing Ralph complain about the housework not getting done, Alice hires Ima, the maid.

  • A Matter Of Life And Death

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: October 29, 1955

    In the mistaken belief that he’s dying of a rare disease, Ralph sells his story to a magazine. Now it’s Dr. Norton to the rescue!

  • The Sleepwalker

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: November 5, 1955

    Ralph will stop at nothing to put an end to Norton’s sleepwalking…including moving in with him!

  • Better Living Through TV

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: November 12, 1955

    Ralph and Norton go on TV to sell The Handy Housewife Helper. 

  • Pal O’ Mine

    ORIGINAL AIR DATE: November 19, 1955

    A ring that won’t come off comes between lifelong friends Ralph and Ed…until a sewer explosion brings Ralph to his senses.

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