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Published Date: 6/24/2014
Jackie Gleason was a fixture in early television on "The Honeymooners," in film and on the Broadway stage. A statue of him, in character as Ralph Kramden, greets visitors in New York City outside the Port Authority Bus Terminal, keeping up the legacy of New York's most...
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Published Date: 5/8/2014
1950s television sitcom characters endure in our hearts and memories – and thanks to syndication, on our TV sets as well. Join us as we remember Lucille Ball, Jackie Gleason, Donna Reed and more of our favorite 1950s sitcom stars...
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Published Date: 3/9/2014
So many TV show casts couldn't function without one crucial character: the handymen (or handywomen) who tinker, fix, improve and sometimes cause a bit of damage to the spaces they're responsible for...
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Published Date: 2/3/2014
Audrey Meadows was an Emmy Award-winning actress on the classic sitcom The Honeymooners as well as a keen businesswoman at a time when women were often barred from the boardroom. We remember her remarkable life today as well as other notable people who died on this day...
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Published Date: 11/9/2013
Art Carney will always be remembered as Ed Norton on "The Honeymooners". But the variety of his talents are worth celebrating on this 10th anniversary of his death ...
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Published Date: 11/9/2013
"The Honeymooners" was one of early television's most enduring shows, still making us laugh more than half a century after it originally aired. Whether you remember it from its original run or you've caught up with late-night reruns, take our true-false quiz and test...
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