Famous TV Show Puzzle: The Honeymooners starring Jackie Gleason & Art Carney
The Honeymooners made its debut on October 5, 1951, as a six-minute sketch; Honeymooners aired 1955-56, the reason this puzzle will stimulate mind and memory of our elderly with dementia.
The Honeymooners was one of the first U.S. television shows to portray working-class married couples in a gritty, non-idyllic manner.
The Honeymooners is an American television sitcom created by and starring Jackie Gleason, based on a recurring comedy sketch of the same name that had been part of his variety show.
Jackie Gleason – Ralph Kramden
Alice Kramden – Audrey Meadows
Art Carney, won numerous awards for his portrayal of Ed Norton
Joyce Randolph – Thelma “Trixie” Norton (not pictured)
On May 9, 1971, the last original episode of the sitcom The Honeymooners, starring Jackie Gleason as Brooklyn bus driver Ralph Kramden, aired.
The Honeymooners puzzle is being used as brain exercise for elderly, alzheimer, dementia and stroke patients.
These Famous TV Shows aired in black and white when your loved one watched them in the 50’s, thus the reason the puzzles are in black and white.
The Honeymooners Wood Puzzle is black/white, available in 2 different sizes: 12 piece puzzle and 20 piece puzzle. What determines the size and shape of puzzle for alzheimer, dementia and stroke patients?
Other Famous TV Show Puzzles: I Love Lucy and The Gunsmoke are being used as brain exercise for elderly, alzheimer, dementia and stroke patients: