The Great Diamond Robbery

The Great Diamond Robbery
 The Great Diamond Robbery (1953) starring Red Skelton and Cara Williams In The Great Diamond Robbery, Red Skelton plays Ambrose C. Park, a jewel cutter who was abandoned on a park bench as an infant (hence his name – Ambrose Central Park).   He is looking for...
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Red Skelton – America’s Clown Prince

Red Skelton, America's Clown Prince - 6 DVD set
Red Skelton €- America’s Clown Prince – 6 DVD Set  I am a huge fan of Red Skelton, and one of my pet peeves is that even though he had thirty years of prime time television series, it’s not rerun anywhere.   Therefore, I €™m truly grateful for Red...
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Red Skelton’s Christmas Dinner

Red Skelton's Christmas Dinner
Red Skelton’s Christmas Dinner starring Red Skelton, Vincent Price, Imogene Coca Red Skelton’s final television project, Red Skelton’s Christmas Dinner (also known as Freddie the Freeloader’s Christmas Dinner), is one of his best.   It centers around Red’s hobo clown character, Freddie the Freeloader, who has been saving...
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I Dood It, starring Red Skelton, Eleanor Powell

DVD - I Dood It, starring Red Skelton and Eleanor Powell
movie review of I Dood It! (1943) starring Red Skelton, Eleanor Powell, directed by Vincente Minelli The movie I Dood It! is a musical comedy, dealing with a romance between two unlikely people – stage star Constance €œConnie € Show (played by Eleanor Powell), and pants presser at...
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Three Little Words, starring Red Skelton, Fred Astaire

Three Little Words, starring Fred Astaire, Red Skelton, Arlene Dahl, Vera-Ellen
Three Little Words (1950) starring Red Skelton, Fred Astaire, Vera-Ellen, Arlene Dahl  Three Little Words is a long-time favorite movie of mine, for several reasons.   First, I’m a large fan of the comedy of Red Skelton, and he’s given plenty of room to work his comedy, both...
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Lovely to Look At, starring Red Skelton, Howard Keel

Lovely to Look At, starring Red Skelton, Howard Keel
movie review of Lovely to Look At (1952) starring Howard Keel, Kathryn Grayson, Red Skelton, Ann Miller Lovely to Look At is a combination romance, musical, comedy, and fashion show — no, really.   It’s the story of three Americans (Al Marsh played by Red Skelton, Tony Naylor...
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