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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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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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Laugh, Clown, Laugh!

MGM's Merton of the Moviess - howling hit about Hollywood - Red Skelton - Virginia Mayo
I Dare Say — Laugh, Clown, Laugh! (originally published in The Pittsburgh Press, September 14, 1946) By Florence Fisher Parry Hollywood — I tell you you have to go out and get your story out here; it’s never in the mail or on the telephone. I know, I...
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Willie Lump Lump and the Mongoose

Willy Lump Lump and the mongoose
Willie Lump Lump and the Mongoose –  A cute joke from the old “Red Skelton Show” Many years ago,  Red Skelton  told the following joke using his inebriate character, Willie Lump Lump.
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Texas jokes by Red Skelton

Texas jokes by Red Skelton - Jokes about Texas, as told by Red Skelton impersonator, Brian Hoffman
Texas jokes by Red Skelton –  Jokes about Texas, as told by Red Skelton impersonator, Brian Hoffman Red Skelton: Is there anyone here from Texas? Yeah?! You can always tell a Texan, … not much, but you can tell em.
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Southern hospitality jokes from Red Skelton

Southern hospitality jokes from Red Skelton – From Red Skelton’s movie, Whistling in Dixie, jokes about Southern hospitality and life in the American South
Southern hospitality jokes from Red Skelton –  From Red Skelton’s movie, Whistling in Dixie, jokes about Southern hospitality and life in the American South Carol Lambert (Ann Rutherford):   I don €™t think it €™s safe down here.   Someone was trying to kill us! Ellamae Downs (Diana...
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