Gleason may refer to:

In places:

  • Gleason, California, former town
  • Gleason, Tennessee, a US town
  • Gleason, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community


  • Gleason Corporation, a machine-tool company based in Rochester, New York, USA
  • Gleason Engineering, a petroleum engineering consulting firm in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, USA

People with the surname Gleason:

  • Gleason (surname)

Other articles related to "gleason":

Stage Show (TV Series)
... Produced by Jackie Gleason, the CBS-TV show included the first national television appearances by Elvis Presley ... as a summer replacement for The Jackie Gleason Show ... Gleason brought it back in the fall of 1955 as a half-hour show and scheduled it from 8–830 p.m ...
Time Line (AD Album) - Track Listing
404 "Tonight" – 453 "Make or Break It" (Gleason) – 349 "Take Us to the Water" – 428 "Beyond the Pale" (Gleason, Livgren) – 333 "New Age Blues" (Gleason, Livgren) – 354 "Slow Motion ...
Lucile Gleason
... Lucile Webster Gleason aka "Lucille Gleason" (February 6, 1888 — May 18, 1947) was an American stage and screen actress ... Gleason was also a civic worker who was active in film colony projects ... She became the wife of actor James Gleason in 1905, when the couple married in Oakland, California ...
List Of The Honeymooners Episodes - The Jackie Gleason Show: 1956/57
... is a listing of "Honeymooners" sketches that aired during the fourth season of The Jackie Gleason Show on CBS. 3641 December 15, 1956 (1956-12-15) Ralph boasts that he's a good friend of Jackie Gleason and is trapped into booking Gleason for the Raccoon dance ... Gleason, Carney, Meadows and Randolph appear in dual roles as their characters and themselves 10 "My Fair Landlord" 3601 January 19, 1957 (1957-01-19) The Kramdens and Nortons buy a duplex home in Queens, with ...

Famous quotes containing the word gleason:

    You gonna let a john like that steal her away from you ‘cause he’s got a little more jack?
    —James Gleason (1886–1959)

    Looks like some carnival lost a good act.
    —James Gleason (1886–1959)

    Conductor: What do you know about music?
    Eddie: Nothing I only wrote it, that’s all.
    Conductor: Then you have the best of me. You don’t have to listen to it.
    —James Gleason (1886–1959)