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A Taste of Money [Red Skelton Show]

A Taste of Money – originally aired October 19, 1965 – Season 15, episode 6 of The Red Skelton Show A Taste of Money features Red Skelton as his con man character, San Fernando Red. With guest Harve Presnell, they perform a three-act skit. They also do a...
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Running Away from Home [joke]

Red Skelton tells the running away from home joke as part of his opening monologue in Smokeless Sunday on the Red Skelton Show. Supposedly, his little boy Richie is telling his sister Valentina, (in his Mead Widdle Kid voice):
Red Skelton tells the running away from home joke as part of his opening monologue in Smokeless Sunday on the Red Skelton Show. Supposedly, his little boy Richie is telling his sister Valentina, (in his Mead Widdle Kid voice):
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Loco Boy Makes Good [Red Skelton Show]

Bobby Rydell and Red Skelton as Clem Kadiddlehopper in Loco Boy Makes Good, an episode of the Red Skelton Show
Loco Boy Makes Good (The Red Skelton Show, Season 15, episode 5) – aired October 12, 1965 In Loco Boy Makes Good, Clem Kadiddlehopper has to fill in for the American Olympic team — for matchstick piling. Accompanied by his cousin Goody (Bobby Rydell).
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Red Skelton staring at girls

Red Skelton and Esther Williams in a publicity photo from Bathing Beauty
A funny joke told by Red Skelton about staring at girls on the Ed Sullivan show in 1968 – enjoy! “Pardon while I comb my hair. I’m going to do it while I can; it ain’t gonna be long, boy. You know, I’m in my 50’s, did you...
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The Show-Off

Red Skelton and Marilyn Maxwell starring in The Show-Off
The Show-Off (1946) starring Red Skelton, Marilyn Maxwell Synopsis of The Show-Off Amy Fisher falls in love with Aubrey Piper, a loudmouth and braggart who pretends to be more than the lowly clerk he is. She marries him, over her family’s objections.  Aubrey can’t seem to stop insulting others or...
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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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Red Skelton’s eye exam

Red Skelton €™s eye exam - From Red's opening monologue on "The Red Skelton Show" (January 25, 1971) - Red talks about a visit to his eye doctor.
Red Skelton’s eye exam – From Red’s opening monologue on “The Red Skelton Show” (January 25, 1971) – Red talks about a visit to his eye doctor. This doctor starts examining my eyes, now you’ve got to hear some of the conversation that went on. I said, “The...
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