Red Skelton biography

Red Skelton Unreleased -Collector's Edition - select shows from 1959-1962 - Timeless media group - 4 DVD set
Biography of Red Skelton (July 18, 1913 – September 17, 1997) “If some day you’re not feeling well, you should remember some little thing I have said or done and if it brings a smile to your face or a chuckle to your heart then my purpose as...
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A Taste of Money [Red Skelton Show]

A Taste of Money – originally aired October 19, 1965 – Season 15, episode 6 of The Red Skelton Show A Taste of Money features Red Skelton as his con man character, San Fernando Red. With guest Harve Presnell, they perform a three-act skit. They also do a...
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Running Away from Home [joke]

Red Skelton tells the running away from home joke as part of his opening monologue in Smokeless Sunday on the Red Skelton Show. Supposedly, his little boy Richie is telling his sister Valentina, (in his Mead Widdle Kid voice):
Red Skelton tells the running away from home joke as part of his opening monologue in Smokeless Sunday on the Red Skelton Show. Supposedly, his little boy Richie is telling his sister Valentina, (in his Mead Widdle Kid voice):
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Smokeless Sunday [Red Skelton Show]

Smokeless Sunday - The Red Skelton Show, season 1, episode 1, originally aired October 21, 1951
Smokeless Sunday – The Red Skelton Show, season 1, episode 4, originally aired October 21, 1951 Smokeless Sunday begins with Red Skelton playing checkers with a dog … and losing. Next is Red’s opening monologue, that leads into Cauliflower McPugg with his million dollar idea. Which involves a...
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Loco Boy Makes Good [Red Skelton Show]

Bobby Rydell and Red Skelton as Clem Kadiddlehopper in Loco Boy Makes Good, an episode of the Red Skelton Show
Loco Boy Makes Good (The Red Skelton Show, Season 15, episode 5) – aired October 12, 1965 In Loco Boy Makes Good, Clem Kadiddlehopper has to fill in for the American Olympic team — for matchstick piling. Accompanied by his cousin Goody (Bobby Rydell).
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FUNNY SCREEN TEST A SCREAM, MAY BE FEATURE

(Editor’s note: originally published in The Ogden Standard-Examiner, October 27, 1940) Red Skelton’ Trial Film May Make Money for Hís Studio By Paul Harrison NEA Service Staff HOLLYWOOD – the busiest strip of film in the whole film capital is a Metro screen test of Comedian Red Skelton.  It...
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The Red Skelton Hour: In Color: Unreleased Seasons

The Red Skelton Hour: In Color: Unreleased Seasons
Editorial review of The Red Skelton Hour: In Color: Unreleased Seasons courtesy of Amazon.com UNSEEN FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS, SEE NEVER-BEFORE-RELEASED EPISODES FROM ONE OF TV’S MOST LEGENDARY AND LONGEST-RUNNING VARIETY SHOWS: THE RED SKELTON HOUR—IN COLOR
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Red Skelton staring at girls

Red Skelton and Esther Williams in a publicity photo from Bathing Beauty
A funny joke told by Red Skelton about staring at girls on the Ed Sullivan show in 1968 – enjoy! “Pardon while I comb my hair. I’m going to do it while I can; it ain’t gonna be long, boy. You know, I’m in my 50’s, did you...
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