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Red Skelton’s recipe for the perfect marriage

Red Skelton's recipe for the perfect marriage
Red Skelton’s recipe for the perfect marriage As part of his weekly monologue on his TV show, Red once shared Red Skelton’s recipe for the perfect marriage – enjoy! Two times a week, we go to a nice restaurant, have a little beverage, good food and companionship. She...
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Red Skelton quotes

Older Red Skelton wearing a banana nose
Quotes from Red Skelton on clowns, laughter, children, and other topics.   Some quotes from Red Skelton’s TV show, others from interviews with Red
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Red Skelton’s Thanksgiving

Red Skelton's Thanksgiving
This is taken from The Thanksgiving Turkey, an episode of The Red Skelton Show where Red Skelton plays his Clem Kadiddlehopper at the first Thanksgiving. At the very end of the episode, Red Skelton addresses the audience and says:
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Red Skelton’s Christmas Wish

Red Skelton's Christmas Wish
Red Skelton’s Christmas wish This is taken from “Christmas with the Skeltons,” an episode of “The Red Skelton Show” where various characters played by Red Skelton drop in at the Skelton residence to wish them a Merry Christmas.   At the very end of the episode, Red Skelton...
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Red Skelton’s commentary on the Pledge of Allegiance

Red Skelton's commentary on the Pledge of Allegiance
As a schoolboy, one of  Red Skelton’s  teachers explained the words and meaning of the  Pledge of Allegiance to his class. Skelton later wrote down, and eventually recorded, his recollection of this lecture. It is followed by an observation of his own. From  The Red Skelton Hour, CBS TV,...
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The banning of the Pledge of Allegiance

The banning of the Pledge of Allegiance
Back in 1969,  Red Skelton on his television show presented the  Pledge of Allegiance, as he’d been taught it in the fourth grade by his teacher, a Mr. Laswell. It’s a powerful presentation, and I urge you to follow the text link above and read it for yourself or...
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