Jackie Gleason (Robert Keith Richey Jr.) Born Feb. 26, 1916 Died June 24, 1987 at age 71. Gleason delivered a critically acclaimed performance in the Tom Hanks comedy-drama Nothing in Common (1986). The film proved to be Gleason's final film role, since he was suffering from colon cancer, liver cancer, and thrombosed hemorrhoids during production.

Jackie Gleason Born John Herbert Gleason February 1916 Brooklyn, New York, U. Died June 1987 (aged Lauderhill, Florida, U. Cause of death Colon cancer "Smokie and the Bandit"

The Jackie Gleason Show  Dad would play with us on Saturday evening, when the Jackie Gleason Show came on everything  stopped and we watched.

Jackie Gleason

The Jackie Gleason Show - "Live from Miami!" With his signature lines "How sweet it is" and "Away we go" Jackie Gleason was one of America's most beloved entertainers for years!

The Hustler - Jackie Gleeson http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=The+Hustler=detail=7ABA5BEB4D018BF6C0225E3263C6878CD46E28C1=106

Jackie Gleason as Minnesota Fats in "The Hustler," which starred Paul Newman as the young Fast Eddie Felson, a role he reprised many years later in "The Color of Money" with Tom Cruise.

Jackie Gleason / Jump - Philippe Halsman

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Jackie Gleason Actor | Comedian | Composer | Producer Born Feb. 26, 1916 in Brooklyn, N.Y. Died June 24, 1987 of cancer in Fort Lauderdale, ...

Jackie Gleason

Jackie Gleason February 1916 – June known professionally as Jackie Gleason was an American comedian, actor and musician. He was known for his brash visual and verbal comedy style, exemplified by his character Ralph Kramden in The Honeymooners.

Jackie Gleason ~ Born: February 26, 1916, Bushwick, New York City, NY ~~  Died: June 24, 1987, Lauderhill, FL ~~ photo by Brian Hamill

Jackie Gleason ~ Born: February Bushwick, New York City, NY ~~ Died: June Lauderhill, FL ~~ photo by Brian Hamill

Besides The Honeymooners, there was The Jackie Gleason Show 1952 - 1957

Jackie Gleason Show, Jackie Gleason, 1952-1957

Jackie Gleason as the Poor Soul. Besides The Honeymooners, there was The Jackie Gleason Show 1952 -

Jackie Gleason--loved him on his own show, before The Honeymooners.

Jackie Gleason--loved him on his own show, before The Honeymooners. (that's the spittin image of my dad) Exactly

Jackie Gleason.  I remember watching, with my dad and mom, first runs of The Honeymooners on our Sylvania black and white tv.

Jackie Gleason (February 1916 – June known professionally as Jackie Gleason, was an American comedian, actor and musician. He was known for his brash visual and verbal comedy style, exemplified by his character Ralph Kramden in "The Honeymooners".

Jackie Gleason (February 26, 1916 – June 24, 1987)

Jackie Gleason 1987 best known for his yearly trips to entertain troops abroad & comedian on TV.

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