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The Honeymooners – Episode 12 – “Something Fishy” – Full {Enhanced Episode}


Ralph (Jackie Gleason) and Norton (Art Carney) want to go fishing with their fellow lodge members, but without their wives, who, meanwhile, will not stand for such treatment.

Original Air Date: December 17, 1955

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The Honeymooners – Episode 11 – “The Deciding Vote” – Full {Enhanced Episode}


Ralph (Jackie Gleason) blames Norton (Art Carney) when he loses an election for Raccoon Lodge convention manager by one vote, only to find out Norton did vote for him and it was another member who changed his vote because of a defective appliance Ralph convinced him to buy.

Original Air Date: December 10, 1955

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The Honeymooners – Hello Mom – Full Episode 10 {Enhanced Edition}


Ralph’s foul mood is worsened when he finds out that Alice’s mother is coming for a visit. The last time she stayed according to him “was Christmas and New Year’s, except she came New Year’s and stayed ’til Christmas.” Later it is revealed in the end that it is his mother coming for a visit.

It is revealed that Alice’s mother was commenting on Ralph’s weight even at their wedding. She said: “I’m not losing a daughter, I’m gaining a ton!”

Original Air Date: December 3, 1955

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The Honeymooners – “Brother Ralph” Full Episode 9 of – 39 {Enhanced Edition}


Alice is forced to find a job after Ralph is temporarily laid off due to too many buses on Madison Avenue, his route. But to get the job, Alice has to claim that Ralph is her brother, because a lot of employers do not like to hire married women due to their commitments to home and family. Ralph gets jealous when he realizes that Alice’s boss is interested in her.

Original Air Date: November 26, 1955

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The Honeymooners – “Funny Money” Full Episode 2 of 39 {Enhanced Edition}

 

Ralph finds a suitcase full of money and goes on a spending spree. However, it is revealed that the money is phony, and Ralph is forced to fear for his life, and also having to return everything he got with said money.

Original Air Date: October 8, 1955

Cast:
Jackie Gleason … Ralph Kramden
Art Carney … Ed Norton
Audrey Meadows … Alice Kramden
Joyce Randolph … Trixie Norton

I cleaned up the audio quite a bit, removing background white noise, and improved the video so that the characters “pop” out of the picture now, and do not fade into the background, as is often a problem with film which was stored on old magnetic media before the technology was advanced to digitize them.

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The Honeymooners – “The Golfer” Full Episode 3 of 39 {Enhanced Edition}

 

Plot:
Ralph needs to bone up on becoming a good golfer to impress his boss. This episode is punctuated by a hilarious impromptu golfing lesson in the Kramden apartment, including the classic moment when Norton “addresses the ball.”

NOTE: “Addressing the ball” is the term used for placing the club behind the ball in preparation for striking it, in particular with the ball on a tee prior to the first stroke of any hole.

In 1996, TV Guide included this episode as part of its ‘100 Most Memorable Moments in TV History’, ranking it #56.

Original Air Date: October 15, 1955

Cast:
Jackie Gleason … Ralph Kramden
Art Carney … Ed Norton
Audrey Meadows … Alice Kramden
Joyce Randolph … Trixie Norton

I cleaned up the audio quite a bit, removing background white noise, and improved the video so that the characters “pop” out of the picture now, and do not fade into the background, as is often a problem with film which was stored on old magnetic media before the technology was advanced to digitize them.

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The Honeymooners – “A Woman’s Work is Never Done” Full Episode 4 of 39 {Enhanced Edition}

 

Ralph and Alice hire a maid to ease Alice’s burden of housework. As Alice sternly tells Ralph, “Man works from sun to sun, but woman’s work is never done!”

Original Air Date: October 22, 1955

Cast:
Jackie Gleason … Ralph Kramden
Art Carney … Ed Norton
Audrey Meadows … Alice Kramden
Joyce Randolph … Trixie Norton

I cleaned up the audio quite a bit, removing background white noise, and improved the video so that the characters “pop” out of the picture now, and do not fade into the background, as is often a problem with film which was stored on old magnetic media before the technology was advanced to digitize them.

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