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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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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Red Skelton’s memorial for Lou Jacobs

Red Skelton's entry for the Lou Jacobs Memorial Book, created for the funeral mass of legendary clown Lou Jacobs
[Editor’s note: this is Red Skelton‘s entry for the Lou Jacobs Memorial Book, created for the funeral mass of legendary clown Lou Jacobs] Dear Jean, Dolly, and Lou Ann, How sad the news that came concerning the third greatest laughmaker the world has ever known.  There was Joseph Grimaldi,...
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Red Skelton on Oh Canada

Red Skelton on Oh Canada - similar to his explanation of the Pledge of Allegiance, Red expounds on the Canadian national anthem, Oh Canada
Red Skelton on Oh Canada – similar to his explanation of the Pledge of Allegiance, Red expounds on the Canadian national anthem, Oh Canada “O Canada”: I see mountains and valleys and rivers and trees; it is truly Mother Nature’s warehouse. “Our home and native land”: A place...
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The Show-Off

Red Skelton and Marilyn Maxwell starring in The Show-Off
The Show-Off (1946) starring Red Skelton, Marilyn Maxwell Synopsis of The Show-Off Amy Fisher falls in love with Aubrey Piper, a loudmouth and braggart who pretends to be more than the lowly clerk he is. She marries him, over her family’s objections.  Aubrey can’t seem to stop insulting others or...
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Everything’s Funny but Love

Redna Rancho is Home; Sweet Home for Red Skelton and wife; Edna. They met when Red played a theatre where Edna was cashier.
Everything’s Funny but Love, by John R. Franchey Originally published in Radio and Television Mirror, June 1942 Their romance was touched with amiable lunacy, and the groom borrowed the license-money from the bride — but Edna knew that Red Skelton was the man for her
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The Red Skelton Show – the early years

The Red Skelton Show - the early years
The Red Skelton Show – the early years (1951-1955)  In short, a DVD collection of the very early years of The Red Skelton Show – with a lot of episodes for the money. 10 disks of the show itself, with one additional bonus DVD. The contents are:
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