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Pasquale (Red Skelton) answering the phone in "Pasqual's Hotel"

Pasquale’s Hotel

In Pasquale’s Hotel – The Red Skelton Show season 1, with Dr. Clem Kadiddlehopper, Willy Lump-Lump, and Tide the wash day miracle! (Pasquale’s Hotel is a funny Tide commercial – ask Izzy and Wuzzy).

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The Stage Coach Robbery - The Red Skelton Show season 2

The Stage Coach Robbery

The Stage Coach RobberyThe Red Skelton Show season 2, originally aired October 12, 1952

Deadeye stars in “The Stage Coach Robbery” from season 2 of The Red Skelton Show. A funny sketch, with Lucy Knoch and Benny Rubin, where the crooked Deadeye and his gang try to hold up the stage coach. The only passenger is the lovely Lucy Knoch — and she’s the sheriff! And it turns into a Tide commercial, where Benny Rubin would rather be shot that give over his box of Tide!

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Honeymooners spoof, with Peter Lorre as Ralph Kramden, Red Skelton as Ed Norton, Vampira as Malice Norton, and Muriel Landers as Truxie

The Honeymooners Spoof [Red Skelton Show]

The Honeymooners Spoof, with Peter Lorre and Vampira – The Red Skelton Show, season 4, originally aired January 18, 1955

Peter Lorre wants Red Skelton to help him create … a comedy show! This results in a unique, funny Honeymooners spoof with Peter Lorre.  Peter Lorre acts like an Addams Family-version of Ralph Kramden. Red Skelton plays an interesting version of Art Carney‘s character, Ed Norton.  Favorite line: “Ralph’s” wife (Vampira) asks him how his day was. Peter Lorre (who drives a hearse) replies, “Traffic was so bad, my passenger got out and walked!”

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