Show opening. Jackie Gleason theme song MELANCHOLY SERENADE
"From Miami Beach, The sun and fun capitol of the world, it's the Jackie Gleason Special New Year's Show"
Pretty mid-1960's model girls hold up sponsor products to camera, BEN GAY, SAFE GUARD deodorant . Puppet version so GLEASON. FRANK FONTAINE, JUNE TAYLOR DANCERS and GEORGE JESSEL
Dance routine by JUNE TAYLOR DANCERS . Synchronized dancing, overhead BUSBY BERKLEY camera angle spells HAPPY NEW YEAR
Jackie Gleason comes out HOW SWEET IT IS ( slogan) introduces orchestra leader Sammy Spear who takes a bow in a loud sport jacket. Gleason wishes everyone a HAPPY NEW YEAR
SAFE GUARD DEODORANT soap commercial
Jackie Gleason introduces comedian JOHNNY MORGAN
stand-up comedian JOHNNY MORGAN, New Year's jokes, Togetherness jokes. Uses piccolo as his prop
Timmie Rogers Everybody Wants To Go to Heaven ( but Nobody Wants To die) (live)
Important cross-over African-American comedian / singer TIMMIE ROGERS performs comic songs and stand up comedy. "Oh Yeah" his slogan .He was one of the first black comics who was allowed to perform for White audiences
TIMMIE ROGERS does an audience response song ..asks for audience participation to his line "OH YEAH"
circus themed commercial for PURINA DOG CHOW. clown mime with little dog
PAT HENNING - stand up comedy .
Florida jokes, golf jokes, cools him self off with the air from a balloon, routine on how actors get killed in movies
Bufferin Asprin commercial
brief dance number by JUNE TAYLOR DANCERS
Jackie Miles performs stand up comedy act while smoking cigarette. Old school classic New York Jewish comedian
PHILLIP MORRIS FILTER CIGARETTE commercial
man on passenger train
Jackie Gleason gives a long and loving intro to his next guest FRANK FONTAINE
FRANK FONTAINE A Shanty In Old Shanty Town (live)
Jackie Gleason comes on stage with Fontaine for a duet .
JACKIE GLEASON & FRANK FONTAINE Old Langs Syne
classic new years song sung by classic duo
Keywords: New Year's Eve
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