TV Series | | Comedy, Family
A bus driver and his sewer worker friend struggle to strike it rich while their wives look on with weary patience.
Art Carney's first appearance on The Honeymooners was not as Ed Norton, but a cop who gets hit by a barrel of flour in the first "The Honeymooners" sketch on The Jackie Gleason Show (1952).
First, you address the ball... Hello, ball!
The Kramden's apartment door opens out into the hallway. A door that enters a dwelling always opens into the building...such as apartments, hotels/motels, and houses.
For the episodes that aired from October to December 1955, the opening credits featured a New York City bus driving down the street. An interior shot showed the view through the windshield and the back of the bus driver (intended to portray Ralph). A Buick (the show's sponsor) pulls up next to the bus then drives away. After January 1956, the opening credits were changed to the more familiar animated opening featuring the cast's names on drawings of moons. A Buick steering wheel was shown on the final moon.