We was playing Pin the Tail on the Elephant

We was playing Pin the Tail on the Elephant – A joke from the classic radio program, The Red Skelton Show, starring Red’s famous Mean Little Kid (famous for the “I dood it!” line)
We was playing Pin the Tail on the Elephant –  A joke from the classic radio program, The Red Skelton Show, starring Red’s famous Mean Little Kid (famous for the “I dood it!” line) Mean widdle kid (Red Skelton): We was playing €œPin the Tail on the Elephant...
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The estimate tax

Red Skelton on The estimate tax – If only we *could* get away with this from our friendly IRS agent …
Red Skelton on The estimate tax –  If only we *could* get away with this from our friendly IRS agent … Red Skelton: I had to fill out the estimate tax, but I didn’t sign it. Rod O’Connor: No? Red Skelton: No, I figure if I have to...
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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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