History Series / YoureInThePicture

15th Nov '16 5:22:00 PM Gimere
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* OneEpisodeWonder: Only applies to the original ''You're in the Picture'' format, which lasted for just one episode despite a second one being reportedly taped.
19th Apr '16 10:07:15 AM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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[[caption-width-right:350:The title card from the premiere episode.]]



* BitingTheHandHumor: The below-mentioned "Chock Full O'Booze" quip, riffing on "Chock Full O'Nuts". Kellogg's was not amused and pulled their sponsorship the following week, claiming that "this isn't the show we bought."



* OneEpisodeWonder
* ProductPlacement: L&M Cigarettes and Kellogg's.

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* OneEpisodeWonder
OneEpisodeWonder: Only applies to the original ''You're in the Picture'' format, which lasted for just one episode despite a second one being reportedly taped.
* ProductPlacement: L&M Cigarettes and Kellogg's.Kellogg's, the latter only staying on for the first two shows (see above).
19th Dec '15 10:40:32 AM Gimere
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Near the end of the apology, Gleason mentions that "This isn't a requiem for a heavyweight." While the reference [[note]](''Requiem For A Heavyweight'', the famous 1956 episode of ''Playhouse 90'' written by Creator/RodSerling)[[/note]] and joke [[note]](Gleason's weight, a RunningGag on ''TheHoneymooners'')[[/note]] are somewhat obvious, it should be noted that Gleason starred in the 1962 film adaptation of ''Film/RequiemForAHeavyweight''.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Near the end of the apology, Gleason mentions that "This isn't a requiem for a heavyweight." While the reference [[note]](''Requiem For A Heavyweight'', the famous 1956 episode of ''Playhouse 90'' written by Creator/RodSerling)[[/note]] and joke [[note]](Gleason's weight, a RunningGag on ''TheHoneymooners'')[[/note]] ''Series/TheHoneymooners'')[[/note]] are somewhat obvious, it should be noted that Gleason starred in the 1962 film adaptation of ''Film/RequiemForAHeavyweight''.''Requiem For a Heavyweight''.
22nd Jul '14 7:32:34 AM LadyNomad
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* BecomingPartOfTheImage: The concept behind this game show.
22nd Mar '14 9:11:24 PM NTC3
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/re_in_the_picture_pic_1_6992.jpg]]



* MissingEpisode: [[Series/TheTonightShow Johnny Carson]] claimed on October 18, 1985 that a second episode had been made with him on the panel (ostensibly to promote his daytime game ''Who Do You Trust?''). At one point, Carson recalled, he asked Gleason "Would you tell me what I'm doing with my head stuck in this picture?"
9th Nov '13 4:00:55 AM WarioBarker
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!!GameShow Tropes in use:

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Near the end of the apology, Gleason mentioned that "This isn't a requiem for a heavyweight." While the reference [[note]](''Film/RequiemForAHeavyweight'', the famous 1956 episode of ''Playhouse 90'' written by Creator/RodSerling)[[/note]] and joke [[note]](Gleason's weight, a RunningGag on ''TheHoneymooners'')[[/note]] are somewhat obvious, it should be noted that Gleason starred in the 1962 film adaptation of ''Film/RequiemForAHeavyweight''.
* INeedAFreakingDrink: During the apology episode, an audience member ran onstage and poured alcohol in Gleason's coffee cup. While drinking from it, Gleason realized what had happened.
-->'''Gleason''': It's a new blend called "Chock Full O'Booze".

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Near the end of the apology, Gleason mentioned mentions that "This isn't a requiem for a heavyweight." While the reference [[note]](''Film/RequiemForAHeavyweight'', [[note]](''Requiem For A Heavyweight'', the famous 1956 episode of ''Playhouse 90'' written by Creator/RodSerling)[[/note]] and joke [[note]](Gleason's weight, a RunningGag on ''TheHoneymooners'')[[/note]] are somewhat obvious, it should be noted that Gleason starred in the 1962 film adaptation of ''Film/RequiemForAHeavyweight''.
* INeedAFreakingDrink: During the apology episode, apology, an audience member ran onstage and poured alcohol in Gleason's coffee cup. While drinking from it, Gleason realized what had happened.
-->'''Gleason''': -->'''Gleason:''' It's a new blend called "Chock Full O'Booze".
25th Apr '13 2:39:17 PM Thexder
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The apology (part of which can be seen [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5kwd0_jackie-gleason-you-re-in-the-pictur_creation here]]) was critically-lauded, and Gleason finished out his network commitment with a one-on-one informal talk show entitled ''The Jackie Gleason Show'', which ran until March 24.

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The apology (part of which can be seen [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5kwd0_jackie-gleason-you-re-in-the-pictur_creation here]]) was critically-lauded, critically lauded, and Gleason finished out his network commitment with a one-on-one informal talk show entitled ''The Jackie Gleason Show'', which ran until March 24.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: Near the end of the apology, Gleason mentioned that "This isn't a requiem for a heavyweight." While the reference [[note]](''Requiem For A Heavyweight'', the famous 1956 episode of ''Playhouse 90'' written by RodSerling)[[/note]] and joke [[note]](Gleason's weight, a RunningGag on ''TheHoneymooners'')[[/note]] are somewhat obvious, it should be noted that Gleason starred in the 1962 film adaptation of ''Requiem For A Heavyweight''.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Near the end of the apology, Gleason mentioned that "This isn't a requiem for a heavyweight." While the reference [[note]](''Requiem For A Heavyweight'', [[note]](''Film/RequiemForAHeavyweight'', the famous 1956 episode of ''Playhouse 90'' written by RodSerling)[[/note]] Creator/RodSerling)[[/note]] and joke [[note]](Gleason's weight, a RunningGag on ''TheHoneymooners'')[[/note]] are somewhat obvious, it should be noted that Gleason starred in the 1962 film adaptation of ''Requiem For A Heavyweight''.''Film/RequiemForAHeavyweight''.



* MissingEpisode: [[TheTonightShow Johnny Carson]] claimed on October 18, 1985 that a second episode had been made with him on the panel (ostensibly to promote his daytime game ''Who Do You Trust?''). At one point, Carson recalled, he asked Gleason "Would you tell me what I'm doing with my head stuck in this picture?"

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* MissingEpisode: [[TheTonightShow [[Series/TheTonightShow Johnny Carson]] claimed on October 18, 1985 that a second episode had been made with him on the panel (ostensibly to promote his daytime game ''Who Do You Trust?''). At one point, Carson recalled, he asked Gleason "Would you tell me what I'm doing with my head stuck in this picture?"
25th Aug '12 8:12:11 AM FELH2
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GameShow hosted by Jackie Gleason for {{CBS}} in 1961 where four panelists (Pat Harrington Jr., Pat Carroll, Jan Sterling, and Arthur Treacher) stuck their heads into a scene and had to guess what it was based on Gleason's responses to their questions. The panelist who guessed the scene got 100 CARE packages donated in their name, while the packages were donated in Gleason's name if nobody got it. The series was sponsored by Kellogg's and L&M Cigarettes, with Dennis James pitching some commercials for the former.

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GameShow hosted by Jackie Gleason for {{CBS}} Creator/{{CBS}} in 1961 where four panelists (Pat Harrington Jr., Pat Carroll, Jan Sterling, and Arthur Treacher) stuck their heads into a scene and had to guess what it was based on Gleason's responses to their questions. The panelist who guessed the scene got 100 CARE packages donated in their name, while the packages were donated in Gleason's name if nobody got it. The series was sponsored by Kellogg's and L&M Cigarettes, with Dennis James pitching some commercials for the former.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: Near the end of the apology, Gleason mentioned that "This isn't a requiem for a heavyweight." While the reference [[hottip:*:(''Requiem For A Heavyweight'', the famous 1956 episode of ''Playhouse 90'' written by RodSerling)]] and joke [[hottip:*:(Gleason's weight, a RunningGag on ''TheHoneymooners'')]] are somewhat obvious, it should be noted that Gleason starred in the 1962 film adaptation of ''Requiem For A Heavyweight''.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Near the end of the apology, Gleason mentioned that "This isn't a requiem for a heavyweight." While the reference [[hottip:*:(''Requiem [[note]](''Requiem For A Heavyweight'', the famous 1956 episode of ''Playhouse 90'' written by RodSerling)]] RodSerling)[[/note]] and joke [[hottip:*:(Gleason's [[note]](Gleason's weight, a RunningGag on ''TheHoneymooners'')]] ''TheHoneymooners'')[[/note]] are somewhat obvious, it should be noted that Gleason starred in the 1962 film adaptation of ''Requiem For A Heavyweight''.
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