Gertrude and Heathcliff see an airplane

Gertrude and Heathcliff see an airplane - Red Skelton joke about his two favorite seagulls, Heathcliff and Gertrude
Gertrude and Heathcliff see an airplane –  Red Skelton joke about his two favorite seagulls,  Heathcliff  and Gertrude Red Skelton:   Heathcliff and Gertrude are flying along when all of the sudden an airplane goes whizzing by.)
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She needs a monkey to get into Heaven

She needs a monkey to get into Heaven –  Courtesy  of Brian Hoffman, Red Skelton impersonator Red Skelton  joke: I had a dream that my wife was at the Pearly Gates. St Peter told her she needed a monkey in order to get into heaven. So she €™s...
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I Dood It – funny movie quotes

Red Skelton, Patricia Dane, Eleanor Powell & Thurston Hall in I Dood It
Funny movie quotes from  I Dood It!(1943) starring  Red Skelton, Eleanor Powell Kenneth Cawlor (Thurston Hall): No crashing the gates of Paradise, young man. In the vernacular, where €™s your ticket? Joe Renolds (Red Skelton): Sorry, here you go. Kenneth Cawlor (Thurston Hall): Wait a moment, this ticket...
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Barber trying to improve his shop

Willy Lump-Lump - barber trying to improve his business
Barber trying to improve his shop –  From the Red Skelton radio show, 1952, “Barber who is trying to improve his shop” – Red Skelton as the inebriate Willy Lump Lump, a would-be barber
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Shave and a haircut

Shave and a haircut -- From the Red Skelton radio show, 1952, "Barber who is trying to improve his shop" - Red Skelton as the inebriate Willy Lump Lump, a would-be barber
Shave and a haircut —  From the Red Skelton radio show, 1952, “Barber who is trying to improve his shop” – Red Skelton as the inebriate Willy Lump Lump, a would-be barber
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Bad mosquito netting

Bad mosquito netting –  From the Red Skelton radio show, 9/3/1948, “Red Returns after the Summer” – Red Skelton and Rod O’Connor swap mosquito jokes! Rod O’Connor: You €™ve got a nice tan. Red Skelton: That’s not a tan, that’s the color I turn when the mosquitoes drain...
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