Does anyone remember this classic that ran from 1962-1966? This show was one of Gleason's best shows ever! It featured many of his characters besides Ralph Kramden, such as The Poor Soul, Reginald Van Gleason III, Joe the Bartender and many more. Who can forget the ever memorable Frank Fontaine as the slow witted "Crazy Gugenheim" breaking into song with that wonderful singing voice of his? Joe: "Hey Craze, how 'bout giving us a little song?" There were also several sketches of the Honeymooners scattered throught this series. In the early 80s Gleason authorized half-hour versions of the original 60 minute shows to be re-broadcast for a little while. However, chopping the show up into segments didn't really do the show justice, in my opinion. Does anyone know who currently owns this property, and if there's a chance it will ever be released? I love Jackie Gleason, and I think he did work that was equally good to that of the Honeymooners, which is being ignored by the DVD community. Even the color Honeymooners set, which was recently released, only shows the Honeymooners sketches that were part of the complete Jackie Gleason Show. I really hope someone (Maybe Paul Brownstein) has the presence of mind to work on releasing these shows in their entirety. The TV public deserves to see the true genius that was Jackie Gleason.