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Freddie the Freeloader trying to con Santa Claus in "Christmas"

Christmas 1952

ChristmasThe Red Skelton Show, season 2

Christmas is a funny, sweet, and fast-paced episode of The Red Skelton Show. It’s Christmas-themed, with appearances by Red, Clem Kadidddlehopper, and Freddie the Freeloader. It’s frankly hard to believe they squeezed this much comedy in only 30 minutes! Enjoy!

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Red Skelton as Father Time in Rudolph's Shiny New Year

Rudolph’s Shiny New Year

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 Rudolph’s Shiny New Year (1976) starring the voice talents of Red Skelton, Frank Gorshin, Morey Amsterdam and Harold Peary

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Red Skelton as Father Time in Rudolph's Shiny New Year
Red Skelton as Father Time in Rudolph’s Shiny New Year

Fresh from saving Christmas, Rudolph the red nosed reindeer is sent by Santa to help Father Time. The mission is find the baby new year, Happy. The baby has run away only 6 days before the end of the year. But without the baby new year, the old year will remain forever. Rudolph learns that the evil Eon (ugly buzzard) is also searching for Happy. So that Eon’s thousand-year old life will never end. With the help of previous years 1 Million B.C. and Sir 1023, and 1776, Rudolph searches through the islands of the Archipelago of Last Year. It’s a race against eon to ensure a Happy New Year.

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DVD review - Red Skelton - King of Laughter - Celebrate Red's reign from Vaudeville to Movies and TV

Red Skelton King of Laughter

DVD Review of Red Skelton King of Laughter

Buy from Red Skelton, King of Laughter, is a compilation of episodes of  Red Skelton’s  long-running TV series, as well as bits and pieces from other sources. For example, it includes a clip of  Red’s vaudeville routine, Guzzler’s Gin, as well as a trailer for his movie Public Pigeon Number 1. It also includes various bloopers, and a rehearsal with Martha Raye that includes some things that never made it on the air.

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