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Long-running weekly show that spotlighted legendary comedian and beloved TV clown, Red Skelton. Each show featured comedy skits, gags and vignettes starring Skelton and guest performers.


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S01E01 Premier Show 30/09/1951 Armed Forces hitch hiking.
S01E04 Smokeless Sunday 21/10/1951 Featuring Cauliflower McPugg, Willie Lump-Lump
S01E05 Home with the Skeltons 00/00/0000
S01E06 Willie and the Burglar 04/11/1951 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper, Willie Lump-Lump
S01E07 Cafe' Paree 11/11/1951 Clem Kaddlehopper,Cauliflower McPudgg
S01E08 G.I. McPugg 18/11/1951 Clem Kaddlehopper, Willie Lump-Lump, Cauliflower McPugg
S01E09 Clem and Married Life 25/11/1951 With Bob Hope
S01E10 The Big Trial 09/12/1951 Sherrif Deadeye
S01E12 The Skeltons at Home 23/12/1951 With Georgis, Valentina and Richard Skelton. Featuring;Clem Kaddlehopper, Willie Lump-Lump, Cauliflower McPugg
S01E13 Learn To Dance In Ten Easy Lessons or One Hard One 30/12/1951 Clem Kaddlehopper
S01E14 The Bouncer (With Milton Berle) 06/01/1952 Cauliflower McPugg, Weepy Numbskull
S01E15 McPugg The Babysitter (with Nina Goliner) 06/01/1952 Clem Kaddlehopper, Cauliflower McPugg,
S01E16 The Clean Fighter 20/01/1952 Willie Lump-Lump, Cauliflower McPugg
S01E17 Rock-A-Bye-Baby 27/01/1952
S01E18 The Transcontinental 10/02/1952 Willie Lump-Lump, Sherrif Deadeye
S01E19 Disc Jockey 17/02/1952
S01E21 Pasquale's Hotel 02/03/1952 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S01E22 How To Eat Corn On The Cob 23/03/1952 Featuring Willie Lump-Lump, Cauliflower McPugg
S01E23 Willie The Barber 30/03/1952 Featuring Willie Lump-Lump, San Fernando Red
S01E24 Clem's Travel Club 06/04/1952 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper, Sherrif Deadeye
S01E26 Let's Talk About Mother 11/05/1952 Mother's Day Show
S01E27 Telephone Trouble 18/05/1952 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper, Willie Lump-Lump
S01E28 The Railroad Station 25/05/1952 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper, Willie Lump-Lump, Cauliflower McPugg
S01E29 Tornado Deadeye 01/06/1952 Featuring Sherrif Deadeye
S01E30 Folding Boy 08/06/1952 Featuring Cauliflower McPugg, Weepy Numbskull
S01E31 Let's Talk About Father 15/06/1952 Father Day's Show
S01E32 Live in San Francisco 22/06/1952
S03E01 McPugg's Last Fight 22/09/1953 Featuring Cauliflower McPugg, Freedie the Freeloader
S03E03 The Nervous Tenor's Audition 13/10/1953 Featuring San Fernando Red George Appleby
S03E04 The Hobo's Dilemma 20/10/1953 Featuring Cauliflower McPugg, Freedie the Freeloader
S03E05 Appleby The Dreamer 27/10/1953 Featuring Sherrif Deadeye, George Appleby
S03E06 Freddie's Masquerade 03/11/1953 Featuring Freedie the Freeloader
S03E07 The Marriage Broker 10/11/1953 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S03E08 How To BE Happily Married 17/11/1953 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S03E10 Flugelmeyer's Secret Formula (with Ann Southern) 01/12/1953 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S03E11 Dr. Schlepper 08/12/1953 Featuring Freedie the Freeloader
S03E12 It Happened at Station House 15/12/1953 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper, Willie Lump-Lump
S03E13 Skeltons at Christmas (with Georgia, Valentina and Richard Skelton) 22/12/1953 Featuring Freedie the Freeloader
S03E14 The Great White Hunter (with John Wayne) 29/12/1953 Featuring Cauliflower McPugg
S03E15 Accidents Will Happen (with Jackie Gleason) 05/01/1954 Featuring Freedie the Freeloader, Lord Beaverhead
S03E16 Voyage To Paris 12/01/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S03E17 What Fathers Should Know 19/01/1954 Featuring Freedie the Freeloader, George Appleby
S03E18 Clem The Campus Soda Jerk 26/01/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S03E19 The Train Trip 02/02/1954 Featuring Willie Lump-Lump, San Fernando Red, Freedie the Freeloader,
S03E21 Captain Hook 16/02/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S03E22 Cave-Man Marriage 23/02/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S03E24 Uncle Sam Wants You 09/03/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S03E25 Sherlock Homes (with Melville Cooper) 16/03/1954 Featuring Willie Lump-Lump
S03E27 King Putt (with Sheree North) 30/03/1954
S03E30 Clem In The South Pacific 20/04/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S03E32 The Referee 04/05/1954 Featuring Cauliflower McPugg, Lord Beaverhead
S03E33 Prince Valiant (with Johnny Carson) 11/05/1954 Featuring George Appleby
S03E34 The Artist's Dilemma 18/05/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S03E35 Clem Goes To Mexico (with Lola Montes) 25/05/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S03E36 Mississippi Showboat 01/06/1954 Featuring Willie Lump-Lump
S03E37 Freddie Goes to the Cleaners 08/06/1954 Featuring Freedie the Freeloader
S03E38 Dial "B" for Brush (with Bela Lugosi) 15/06/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S03E39 Deadeye From Mars 21/06/1953
S04E01 Clem The Rookie (with Leo Durocher) 21/09/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S04E03 What Goes Down, Must Come Up (with Ella Logan) 05/10/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S04E05 Romeo and Juliet 19/10/1954
S04E06 The Andrew Sisters (featuring Laverne And Maxine Andrews) 26/10/1954
S04E08 Clem Goes To College 09/11/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S04E09 He Made Good in the City 00/00/0000
S04E10 A USO Thanksgiving (with Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis) 23/11/1954 Featuring Clem Kaddlehopper
S04E11 Chicago Red in Las Vegas (with Lillian Roth) 30/11/1954
S04E12 The Art Show (with Abbe Lane & Sig Arno) 07/12/1954
S04E14 The Cop and the Anthem -The Unwanted Christmas Tree 21/12/1954 It's Christmas Eve and the snow is falling thick and fast. Muggsy tries to convince Freddie the Freeloader to hop a freight train bound for Florida with him, but Freddie has other ideas. He plans to commit a minor crime and get himself sentenced to the county jail. With any luck, he'll be incarcerated in time to hang his Christmas stocking next to the other inmates'. Time after time, Freddie's plans are thwarted. The Maitre D at a fancy restaurant is convinced Freddie's a famous millionaire in disguise and won't charge him for his meal. Freddie tries to steal a bracelet from a jewelry store, but it falls through his pocket onto the floor. His attempt to assault a police officer fails when he slips on the proverbial banana peel. Frustrated and freezing Freddie walks in front of a church holding a Christmas Eve service and, listening to the uplifting music, decides that he's not too old to start life anew...
S04E16 Skelton Clears The Smog (with George Raft) 04/01/1955 Red comes up with a formula for getting rid of all the smog in L.A. --- which gets the attention of gangster Mr. Lasagna. This episode has been released on DVD
S04E17 Skelton Goes Back To School (with Diana Lynn) 11/01/1955
S04E18 The Honeymooners (with Peter Lorre) 18/01/1955
S04E19 Love Thy Neighbor (with Mary McCarthy) & Trailer Park 25/01/1955 Red finds a hobby.
S04E20 Queen Of Mars (with Ruth Roman) 01/02/1955
S04E21 Red Goes To Barber College (with Charles Coburn) 08/02/1955
S04E23 Look Magazine Movie Awards 08/03/1955 This rare episode of "The Red Skelton Show" finds Red servering as the Master of ceremonies for an award show Presented by the era's most popular magazines. This fasinating curiosity features appearances by some of Hollywood's greatest legends, including Alfred Hitchcock, Judy Garland, Jack Lemmon and Walt Disney.
S09E02 Clem's General Store 06/10/1959
S09E03 Appleby's Bird Woman 13/10/1959 After embarrassing her at the movies during a showing of "The Blob", Mrs. Appleby decides to teach George a lesson by tricking him into believing she's turned into a bird with the help of a borrowed parrot. He takes her (the bird) to a psychiatrist for help.
S09E04 Lillian Martin 00/00/0000 Deadeye looks for a female bandit.
S09E05 San Fernando's Treasure Hunt 03/11/1959
S09E06 Freddie and Fabian 10/11/1959
S09E07 Appleby the Weatherman 17/11/1959
S09E12 Deadeye Turns in His Badge 29/12/1959
S09E14 Clem Kadiddlehopper in Dog Patch 12/01/1960
S09E15 Appelby The Muscleman 19/01/1960 A health club instructor tries to build up Appleby on his TV show.
S09E17 San Fernando's Phony Fabians 02/02/1960
S09E19 Bolivar and the Roaring Twenties 23/02/1960
S09E22 Freddie's Masterpiece 00/00/0000 An art expert (Vincent Price) learns that Freddie the Freeloader has an orginal DaVinci painting.
S09E23 Clem the Private Eye 22/03/1960
S09E24 San Fernando for Governor 29/03/1960 The mayor gets blackmailed with San Fernando's badger game photo, and must let him run a bookie room in city hall. When he pulls the same trick on the governor, they're forced to nominate him at the big convention, but the two politicos get their revenge by showing an unexpected movie.
S09E29 Clem and the Beanstalk 24/05/1960 Emmy Awards; prize fight; Halloween; salesman; spaghetti dinner; Clem Kadiddlehopper.
S09E31 Answering Service 00/00/0000 Opening: Telephones. Clem, Bolivar, McPugg and Willie call in to get messages. Bolivar goes to the wrong house to repair a TV. Maxwell sings.
S11E01 Will Success Spoil Clem Kadiddlehopper? 26/09/1961
S11E02 The Appleby's Marriage License 03/10/1961
S11E03 Jay North Adopts Freddie the Freeloader or Freddie's Benefactor 10/10/1961
S11E04 Deadeye and the Gunslinger 17/10/1961
S11E05 Delete Me 00/00/0000
S11E06 Freddie's Romance 31/10/1961
S11E07 The Almost Late George Appleby 07/11/1961
S11E08 Clem's Other Clem 14/11/1961
S11E09 Once Upon a Turkey 21/11/1961
S11E10 The Great Brain Robbery 28/11/1961
S11E11 Mr. K. Goes to College 00/00/0000
S11E12 San Fernando and the Kaaka Maami Island 00/00/0000
S11E13 Freddie and the Yuletide Doll 19/12/1961 Color staging to the classic tale of Freddie with a Raggedy Ann doll that comes to life. Act 1: Freddie wakes up in a park and trys to get warm. Act 2: Freddie dances with doll that comes to life. Act 3: Freddie and the live doll visit Santa and gets skates. She latter turns back to a doll.
S11E14 Appleby's Office Party 26/12/1961 "Appleby's Office Party" - George Appleby is hypnotized at an office party. Guest star Marilyn Maxwell plays Appleby's wife, and Harvey Korman is an office worker who throws George a post-hypnotic suggestion that he's drunk.
S11E15 Nothing but the Tooth 02/01/1962
S11E16 Freddie, Willing, and Able 09/01/1962
S11E17 Appleby's Anniversary 16/01/1962
S11E18 Clem and the Kadiddlehopper Hop - with Leslie Parrish 23/01/1962
S11E19 The Many Skeltons in Las Vegas 30/01/1962
S11E20 Freddie the Landlord 13/02/1962
S11E21 The Iceman Goeth 20/02/1962 Appleby invents a cooling blanket that freezes his wife.
S11E22 Calling Dr. Kadiddlehopper - with Charlie Ruggles 27/02/1962
S11E23 Appleby's Bearded Boarder 06/03/1962
S11E24 The Nine Lives of Freddie 13/03/1962
S11E25 The Bride of Bolivar 20/03/1962
S11E26 The Many Skeltons - with Marilyn Maxwell 27/03/1962
S11E27 Appleby's Bearded Border 03/04/1962
S11E28 The Dalton Gals 10/04/1962 Jayne Meadows plays the leader of a group of female outlaws. And Clem Kadiddlehopper is the amateur detective who tries to capture the gang.
S11E29 A Pantomimic Presentation of a Person's Problems in a Park 17/04/1962 Eva Gabor and Wally Cox
S11E30 Delete Me 00/00/0000
S11E31 Rock on the Wild Side 08/05/1962 Sling shot and a sparrow. Clem finds Mary Todd Lincoln's rocking chair.
S11E32 Go, Van, Gogh 15/05/1962
S11E33 Cauliflower Loses His Birds 26/06/1962
S11E34 This Goon for Hire 29/05/1962
S11E35 Freddy and the Daily Freeloader 12/06/1962
S12E01 Somebody Up There Should Stay There 00/00/0000 Guests: --Harpo Marx --Mahalia Jackson
S12E02 Greatest Schmo On Earth 00/00/0000 Daisy June joins a carnival. Clem trys to get her to come back but is against owner Phil Harris.
S12E03 Ray Bolger / Brenda Lee 00/00/0000 Guests: --Ray Bolger - sings ""I'm Fascinating"" --Brenda Lee - sings ""All Alone Am I"" & ""Kansas City""
S12E04 Kay Starr / Jackie Coogan 00/00/0000
S12E05 One Good Intern Deserves Another 00/00/0000 Freddie enters a hospital for a free meal.
S12E06 Jane Powell / Charlie Ruggles / Jules Munshin 00/00/0000
S12E07 Cesar Romero / Jo Stafford 00/00/0000
S12E08 Ten Baby Fingers and 12 Baby Toes 20/11/1962 Sketch: "Ten Baby Fingers and 12 Baby Toes" with Red (as The Mean Widdle Kid), Janis Paige (as the mother) and Stubby Kaye (as a child psychiatrist). Music: Janis Paige - "Tea for Two" Janis Paige & Stubby Kaye - "Teamwork"
S12E09 Joanie Sommers / Cyril Ritchard 00/00/0000 --Joanie Sommers - ""I'm Old Fashioned,"" ""Till There Was You"" & ""Namely You"" --Cyril Ritchard - ""When I Was a Lad""
S12E10 Audrey Meadows / Bobby Rydell 00/00/0000 --Audrey Meadows --Bobby Rydell - ""Somebody Loves Me"" & ""Cha Cha Cha""
S12E11 Rosemary Clooney 00/00/0000
S12E12 How the West Was Lost 18/12/1962
S12E13 Christmas Show: Cara Williams; Roberta Lubell; the Mitchell Boys Choir 00/00/0000
S12E14 Of Mouth and Men 00/00/0000 Silent Spot: Hangover.
S12E15 Eve Arden 00/00/0000 Eve Arden appears as Clara Appleby
S12E16 Miyoshi Umeki / Jules Munshin 00/00/0000
S12E17 Phil Harris / Alice Faye 00/00/0000
S12E18 Half a Lawyer is Better than None 00/00/0000 Freddie is arrested for breaking into a library.
S12E19 George Gobel 00/00/0000
S12E20 February 12, 1963 00/00/0000
S12E21 Jayne Mansfield / The Lettermen 00/00/0000
S12E22 February 26, 1963 00/00/0000
S12E23 Sebastian Cabot / Jerry Lanning 00/00/0000
S12E24 Marilyn Maxwell / Jackie Coogan 00/00/0000
S12E25 March 19, 1963 00/00/0000
S12E26 Amanda Blake / Bobby Rydell 00/00/0000
S12E27 The Portrait of Dorian Appleby 09/04/1963 Red Skelton and guest star Janet Blair play George and Clara Appleby in the comedy sketch "The Portrait of Dorian Appleby." While trying to win a photography contest, poor George bites off more than he can chew, as usual. Following the sketch, The Skelton Dancers introduce a new dance sensation, "The Dip". And in the Silent Spot, Red plays the Greek god Pan on the first day of Spring.
S12E28 Janet Blair 00/00/0000
S12E29 Robert Horton 00/00/0000
S12E30 A Midsummer Nut's Dream 07/05/1963 Clem's head becomes a musical instrument and becomes a big hit.
S12E31 Keely Smith 00/00/0000
S12E32 May 14, 1963 00/00/0000 RERUN aired
S12E33 May 21, 1963 00/00/0000 Guests: --Rhonda Fleming --Hank Henry
S12E34 May 28, 1963 00/00/0000 Guests: --Don Knotts --Helen O'Connell
S13E04 Beach Boys / Shirley Temple 00/00/0000 Guests: --The Beach Boys --Shirley Temple
S13E05 Steve Allen / Jayne Meadows / Joanie Sommers 00/00/0000
S13E06 Ginger Rogers / Jackie Coogan 00/00/0000
S13E07 Rosemary Clooney / Doodles Weaver / Herb Vigran 00/00/0000
S13E08 Jane Powell 00/00/0000
S13E09 Ethel Merman 00/00/0000
S13E10 Audrey Meadows / The Lettermen 00/00/0000
S13E11 Jack E. Leonard / Beverly Wright 00/00/0000
S13E12 Bobby Rydell 00/00/0000
S13E13 Raymond Burr / The Kessler Twins 00/00/0000
S13E14 George Gobel / Jules Munshin / Vi Velasco 00/00/0000
S13E15 scheduled: Joanie Sommers; Jackie Coogan 00/00/0000
S13E16 Jane Russell / Connie Haines / Beryl Davis 00/00/0000
S13E17 George Gobel / Jules Munshin / Vi Valasco 00/00/0000
S13E18 Stubby Kaye / Paris Sisters 00/00/0000
S13E19 Merv Griffin 00/00/0000
S13E20 Pat Suzuki / Jack Soo 00/00/0000
S13E21 Vincent Price / Helen O'Connell 00/00/0000
S13E22 Douglas Fairbanks Jr. 00/00/0000
S13E23 Pat Carroll / Jean-Paul Vignon 00/00/0000
S13E24 Don Knotts / The Youngfolk 00/00/0000
S13E25 Liberace 00/00/0000
S13E26 Jackie Coogan / Vivian Vance / The Womenfolk 00/00/0000
S13E27 Mickey Rooney / Jo Stafford 00/00/0000
S13E28 Janet Blair 00/00/0000
S13E29 scheduled: Connie Stevens 00/00/0000
S13E30 Vincent Price / Bobby Rydell 00/00/0000
S13E31 Cesar Romero / Poncie Ponce 00/00/0000
S13E32 Tony Bennett / Virginia Grey / Jules Munshin 00/00/0000
S13E33 Mickey Rooney / Jackie Coogan / The Snobs 00/00/0000
S13E34 Raymond Burr / The Beach Boys 00/00/0000
S14E03 Audrey Meadows / Johnny Rivers 00/00/0000
S14E04 Maurice Evans / The Rolling Stones 00/00/0000
S14E05 Robert Merrill 00/00/0000
S14E06 Ed Wynn / Vikki Carr 00/00/0000
S14E07 Bobby Rydell 00/00/0000
S14E08 Martha Raye 00/00/0000
S14E09 November 10, 1964 00/00/0000
S14E10 Vic Damone / Gale Garnett 00/00/0000
S14E11 Ginger Rogers 00/00/0000
S14E12 Pat Boone / Will Jordan / Joyce Jameson 00/00/0000
S14E13 When it's Teepee Time Down South 08/12/1964
S14E14 George Gobel / The Youngfolk 00/00/0000
S14E15 The Plight Before Christmas with Greer Garson 00/00/0000
S14E16 The McGuire Sisters / Shirley Mitchell 00/00/0000
S14E17 From London: Sebastian Cabot; The Rolling Stones 00/00/0000
S14E18 Al Hirt 00/00/0000
S14E19 Eve Arden / Manfred Mann 00/00/0000
S14E20 Don Knotts / The Searchers 00/00/0000
S14E21 Red Skelton and Marcel Marceau / Maurice Chevalier 00/00/0000
S14E22 Vincent Price / Anita Bryant 00/00/0000
S14E23 Robert Goulet 00/00/0000
S14E24 Hugh O'Brien / Piccola Pupa 00/00/0000
S14E25 Janis Paige / Sheilah Rogers 00/00/0000
S14E26 The Red Skelton Scrapbook '65 hosted by Ed Wynn 00/00/0000
S14E27 George C. Scott / The Honeycombs 00/00/0000
S14E28 Raymond Burr / The Kinks 00/00/0000
S14E29 Patrice Munsel 00/00/0000
S14E30 Paul Ford / Jan and Dean 00/00/0000
S14E31 Connie Stevens 00/00/0000
S14E32 Fred Gwynne / Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas 00/00/0000
S14E33 Martha Raye 00/00/0000
S14E34 The Seven Year Wretch 19/01/1965
S15E06 Paul Ford / Freddie & the Dreamers 00/00/0000
S15E07 Bobby Darin / Jackie and Gayle 00/00/0000
S15E08 Mickey Rooney / U.S. Marine Drum & Bugle Team 00/00/0000
S15E09 Patrice Munsel / Peter and Gordon 00/00/0000
S15E10 Bobby Rydell / The New Christy Minstrels 00/00/0000
S15E11 Harve Presnell / Reta Shaw 00/00/0000
S15E12 Johnny Mathis / Carol Byron 00/00/0000
S15E13 Audrey Meadows / The Lettermen 00/00/0000
S15E14 Vic Dana / Bill Dana; Mary Wickes; Sandra Gould; Jan Arvan 00/00/0000
S15E15 Stanley Holloway / The Youngfolk 00/00/0000
S15E16 Robert Morse / The Animals 00/00/0000
S15E17 Robert Vaughn / The Doodletown Pipers 00/00/0000
S15E18 Tallulah Bankhead / Horst Jankowski 00/00/0000
S15E19 Cesar Romero / The Silkie 00/00/0000
S15E20 Milton Berle / Linda Bennett 00/00/0000
S15E21 Buddy Ebsen / Jackie and Gayle 00/00/0000
S15E22 Concert in Pantomime '66 with Marcel Marceau 00/00/0000
S15E23 George Gobel / The Hollies 00/00/0000
S15E24 Stubby Kaye / Muriel Landers 00/00/0000
S15E25 The Red Skelton Scrapbook '66 01/03/1966
S15E26 Phyllis Diller / The Rockin' Berries 00/00/0000
S15E27 Jackie Coogan / The Doodletown Pipers 00/00/0000
S15E28 Nancy Wilson 00/00/0000
S15E29 Fernando Lamas / Ike Cole 00/00/0000
S15E30 Abbe Lane 00/00/0000
S15E31 Robert Merrill 00/00/0000
S15E32 Jack Jones 00/00/0000
S15E33 Half a Loafer is Better than None 15/02/1966
S16E02 Eenie Meenie Minee Schmo 20/09/1966
S16E04 George Kirby / Jackie and Gayle 04/10/1966
S16E05 Mother Knows Best AKA Mother Knows Pest 11/10/1966
S16E06 Mickey Rooney / Simon and Garfunkel 20/09/1966
S16E07 Polly Bergen 25/10/1966
S16E08 Frank Gorshin / The Baja Marimba Band 01/11/1966
S16E09 Gyp Off the Old Block 15/11/1966
S16E10 The Best Sheriff Money Can Buy 22/11/1966 Deadeye finds out about a golden statue to be dedicated in his honor by his grafting cronies, but plans to steal it instead.
S16E11 Polly Bergen 00/00/0000
S16E12 Frank Gorshin / The Baja Marimba Band 00/00/0000
S16E13 The Fastest Cuspidor in the West 13/12/1966
S16E14 Tim Conway / Jane Marsh 00/00/0000
S16E15 The Taming of the Screw-Loose 27/12/1966 Forsooth, a bumbling medieval servant, brings deadly bad luck to the father and son of a French aristocratic family. Randall sings "Winchester Cathedral", and in the silent Spot, Red tries to be first in line for Rose Bowl tickets.
S16E16 Robert Goulet 00/00/0000
S16E17 1966 Christmas show with Greer Garson 00/00/0000
S16E18 The Fortune Crookie 17/01/1967
S16E19 Peter Falk / Jane Morgan 00/00/0000
S16E20 Sappiness Is Just a Thing Called Clem 31/01/1967
S16E21 Eve Arden / Marilyn Michaels 00/00/0000
S16E22 Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Dumb 14/02/1967
S16E23 Edie Adams 00/00/0000
S16E24 George Gobel / Chad and Jeremy 00/00/0000
S16E25 Terry-Thomas / Joanie Somers 00/00/0000
S16E26 It's a Treat to Beat a Cheat on the Mississippi Mud 21/03/1967
S16E27 Cesar Romero / The Serenaders 00/00/0000
S16E28 Terry-Thomas / Joanie Somers 00/00/0000
S16E29 Cliff Robertson / Sandler and Young 00/00/0000
S16E30 Tennessee Ernie Ford 00/00/0000
S16E31 Vincent Price / June Lockhart / Matt Monro 00/00/0000
S16E32 Vincent Price / June Lockhart / Matt Monro 00/00/0000
S16E33 Patrice Munsel 00/00/0000
S16E34 Nipsey Russell / Lana Cantrell 00/00/0000
S16E35 Better Dead than Wed 06/12/1966
S17E07 Clothes Make the Bum 17/10/1967 Skelton as Freddie the Freeloader is a surprise participant in a fashion show to the exasperation of Emcee Terry-Thomas and Store Detective Nancy Wilson.
S17E08 A New York Stripper Is Not Always a Steak 24/10/1967 Guest Roland Winters is a father breaking up son John Forsythe's romance with a stripper. Red mimes a scuba diver's mermaid encounter. Michele Lee sings "Anything Goes." Tom Hansen dancers perform to "Feelin' Groovy."
S17E09 Hippie Days Are Here Again 31/10/1967 A love-in finds Freddie the Freeloader interacting with hippies. Tim finds a bizarre growth on his head courtesy of Nancy and Red. Jackie overeats at a restaurant.
S17E19 Dial M for Moron 23/01/1968
S17E20 For Better or Worse Like George Appleby Got 05/09/1967
S17E21 The Seven Ages of Man 12/09/1967
S17E22 Saddle Sores on the Old Corral 19/09/1967
S17E23 The Spy with the Leaky Mouth 26/09/1967
S17E24 Where There's Smoke, There's a Dragon 03/10/1967
S17E25 A Spy Is a Peeping Tom on Salary 10/10/1967
S17E26 Sheriffs Are Bought Not Made 00/00/0000
S17E27 The Pie-Eyed Piper 00/00/0000
S17E28 My Brother Wears My Mother's Army Shoes 00/00/0000
S17E29 Rings on Her Fingers Also Go Through Your Nose (postponed from 04/09/68) 00/00/0000
S17E30 Rings on Her Fingers Also Go Through Your Nose 00/00/0000 Appleyby. Silent spot: ""The Old Handy Man"".
S18E16 The Best Thing to Get Out of Marriage Is to Get Out of Marriage 14/01/1969
S18E25 If at First You Don't Succeed, Forget It 18/03/1969
S18E27 The Revenge of Prudence Pennyfeather or Wide Saddles in the Old Corral 15/10/1968 Deadeye. The Swinger (new character) ""Lover's Lane"".
S18E28 He Who Steals My Robot Steals Trash 24/09/1968 Clem.
S18E29 Beauty is Only Skin Deep Unless You're a Banana 00/00/0000 San Fernando Red. Silent spot: ""The Absent Minded Professor"". Olio spot: ""The Musician"".
S18E30 You Can Lead a Horse to Water, But He'll Go by Himself to Scotch 22/04/1969 Clem daydreams about becoming a knight. Also, this week's Silent Spot is the surprise party.
S19E02 Kaye Ballard 00/00/0000
S19E03 There's One Thing Money Won't Buy, & Someday We'll Find Out 00/00/0000 --Iron Butterfly performs ""In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida"" & ""Soul Experience""
S19E04 Pop, the Astronaut 00/00/0000
S19E05 Pop, the Astronaut 00/00/0000
S19E06 Willie Lump Lump's Birthday 00/00/0000 Silent Spot: Summer resort show-off.
S19E07 The Traveling Saleslady and the Farmer's Son 00/00/0000 Clem story. Sketch: ""Indian Princess"". Silent Spot: ""The Process Server""
S19E08 Autograph Hounds 00/00/0000 Opening: Little Boy watching a monster movie. Red plays different autograph hounds after John Wayne. Sheriff Deadeye: ""Hominy and True Grits"" Deadeye vs. Rooster Cogburn. Silent Spot: ""The Irish Pub"" Red is a bouncer.
S19E09 The Emergency Case 00/00/0000 Red as W.C. Fields.
S19E10 Alaska 00/00/0000
S19E11 Singing Waiters, Hillbilly Songwriters 00/00/0000
S19E12 There's One Thing Money Won't Buy, & Someday We'll Find Out 00/00/0000
S19E13 It is Better To Have Loved and Lost, Much Better 00/00/0000 Clem. Appleby.
S19E14 He Wanted to be a Square-Shooter, But He Found That His Barrel Was Round 00/00/0000 Sheriff Deadeye. Silent Spot: Getting Rid of Mice""
S19E15 The Son of Oliver Twist or Junior is Just a Little Dickens 00/00/0000 Spoof on the movie ""Oliver"".
S19E16 Crime Doesn't Pay But It's Tax Free 00/00/0000 Sweetwater performs ""Two Worlds""
S19E17 You Can Take the Boy Out of the Country, If YOu Promise Not To Bring 00/00/0000 Clem. Silent Spot: Housefiles.
S19E18 If Marriages Are Made in Heaven, Why Do They Call it Heaven 00/00/0000 Appleby. Silent Spot: Animals.
S19E19 If Marriages Are Made in Heaven, Why Do They Call it Heaven 00/00/0000 Appleby. Silent spot: Animals.
S19E20 Blood is Thicker Than Water and Harder to Shave With 00/00/0000 Sheriff Deadeye. Silent Spot: The Born Loser"".
S19E21 Blood is Thicker Than Water and Harder to Shave With 00/00/0000
S19E22 There's No Business Like Show Business, When There Is No Business 00/00/0000 Silent spot: Violin teacher and a dog.
S19E23 Charity Begins at Home, But Nowadays Who Can Afford a Home 00/00/0000 Freddie. Silent spot: Waiting for a bus.
S19E24 Is This the Way to Ruin an Airline 00/00/0000 McPugg and the Plastic Surgeon. Silent Spot: Swingers.
S19E25 When East Meets West, You've Sure Got a Skinny Country 00/00/0000 Sheriff Deadeye. Silent Spot: ""Trying to Lose Weight"".
S19E26 People Who Like People are Cannibals 00/00/0000 Silent spot: Housework and toys.
S19E27 The Three Musketeers Ride Again, Those Ding-Dong Daddies 00/00/0000 Silent spot: Street cleaners.
S19E28 Bill Bailey Must Have Been Married That's Why He Never Came Home 00/00/0000 Silent spot: Nightclerk-switchboard operator.
S19E29 He Died With His Boots On Cause He Had Cold Feet to Start 00/00/0000 Silent spot: Realitor vs. Ghost.
S19E30 San Fernando Red's Spy School or How to Make a Possible Mission Impossible 00/00/0000 San Fernando Red. Silent spot: Conventioneer hangover.
S19E31 Be It Ever So Crumbled, There is No Place Like Home 00/00/0000 Silent spot: Picnic's practical joker.
S19E32 Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make-- So They Added Iron Bars 00/00/0000 Bolivar Shagnasty. Silent Spot: ""The Old School Crossing Guard"".
S20E01 The Magic Act 00/00/0000 Silent Spot: Jerry Lewis is a klutz to magician Red.
S20E02 Freddie's Desperate Hour 00/00/0000 Red's guests are Raymond Burr and Barbara Anderson. Freddie is held hostage in his shack. Silent Spot: "The Remodeling Job"
S20E03 Superman and Son 00/00/0000 Red's guest is Robert Wagner. Appleby dreams that he is Superman who is having trouble with his son.
S20E04 The Private Detective 00/00/0000 Red's guest is Mike Connors. Clem plays a detective incharge of protecting a witness.
S20E05 High Noon Spoof 00/00/0000 Red's guest is Walter Brennan. Also appearing is Jan Arvan. Comedy Sketch: In a take-off of "High Noon" Deputy Hawkeye (Brennan) and Sheriff Deadeye (Red) don't see eye to eye on things. Silent Spot: Red and Jan fight for a campsite. Red reads his poem about grandparents, written after the birth of his first grandchild. With the David Rose Orchestra.
S20E06 Census Taker 00/00/0000 Red's guests are Gene Barry and Ida Mae McKenzie. Also appearing are Mary Foran and Jan Arvan. Comedy Sketch: Clem trys to take a census to a man that is cheating on his wife. Silent Spot: "The Taxidermist's Mother-in-Law".
S20E07 A Spooky Night 00/00/0000 Red's guest is Van Johnson, also appearing are Peggy Rea and Beverly Powers. Comedy Sketch: Freddie helps hire a secretary. Silent Spot: "A Spooky Night".
S20E08 Dan Blocker 00/00/0000 Red's guests are Dan Blocker and Emmaline Henry. Comedy Sketch: Appleby throws out his oafish house guest. Silent Spot: Red mimes a Tipsy Barber.
S20E09 Godfrey Cambridge 00/00/0000 Red's guest is Godfrey Cambridge. Also appearing are Chanin Hale, Ida Mae McKenzie and Jan Arvan. Comedy Sketch: San Fernando Red is football star Joe Broadway's manager. Silent Spot: Red, as Diamond Jim Grady visits an exclusive restaurant.
S20E10 The House Detective and the Suspect 23/11/1970 Red's guest is Mickey Rooney. Comedy Sketch: Kooky scientist Ludwig von Humperdoo is being checked out by a Government Agent who wants his secret invention. Silent Spot: "The House Detective and the Suspect". Red is a private eye following three identical suspects. With the David Rose Orchestra.
S20E11 Michael Landon 00/00/0000 Red's guest is Michael Landon. Also appearing are Bob Duggan, Billy Barty, Adam Kaufman, Stuart Lee and Linda Sue Risk. Comedy Sketch: San Fernando Red tries to con the Richest Boy in the World (Michael Landon). Silent Spot: Red mimes an Old Man Who Hates Kids.
S20E12 The Stagecoach Hijack 14/12/1970 Red's guest is Telly Savalas. Sheriff Deadeye. Silent spot: "The Gift of Giving"
S20E13 Christmas Show 00/00/0000 Freddie try to put on a show for orphans.
S20E14 Jr. and Sunday Morning 00/00/0000 Red's guest is Audrey Meadows. Also appearing are: John Magruder, Jackson Bostwick, Yvonne Ewald, Jan Arvan and Elsie Bauer. Comedy Sketch: Audrey plays the mother of Junior who decides that early Sunday morning is a good time to wake up Mommy. Silent Spot: Red plays an old man with a gleam in his eye and fond memories of youthful romance.
S20E15 Jill St. John 00/00/0000 Red's guests are Jill St. John and Frank Delfine. Comedy Sketch: Jill plays a secret agent who tries to steal Ludwick von Humerdoo's secret formula. Silent Spot: Red mimes a hung-over fiance surveying the rubble left from his bachelor party.
S20E16 Instant Marriage Mill 00/00/0000 San Fernando Red gets Fireman (Chad Everett) to marry Cass Elliot. Silent Spot: Flea circus.
S20E17 The Auction 00/00/0000 Red's guest is James Drury. Clem needs to auction off the farm. Silent spot: TV repairman.
S20E18 Freddie's Country Home 00/00/0000 Red's guests are Wally Cox and Eva Gabor. Also appearing are Jack Griffin, Gary Waynesmith and Mary Doran. Comedy Sketch: Freddie with the help of his hobo friend (Wally Cox) meets a rich woman that wants to live the life of a tramp by giving away one million dollars. Silent Spot: Red mimes the sloppy chief cook and bottle washer at an unsanitary diner.
S20E19 Vincent Price 00/00/0000 Clem and the Gourmet Marooned. Red's guests are Vincent Price, Peggy Rea and Jan Arvan. Also the David Rose Orchestra. Comedy Sketch: Claude Casserole (Vincent), a gourmet is marooned on an island with Clem Kadiddlehopper. Silent Spot: Red mimes the imprisoned husband of a browbeating wife (Peggy Rea).
S20E20 Appleby's Garage Sale 00/00/0000 Red's guest is Martha Raye. Also appearing are Dorothy Love, Mike Wagner, Janos Prohaska, Ida Mae McKenzie and Peggy Rea. Comedy Sketch: Clara Appleby (Martha Raye) raises the roof after George (Red) sells the old guitar in which she's been hiding her life savings at the garage sale. Silent Spot: Red plays a clumsy "Stockboy in a Teddy Bear Factory".
S20E21 Humperdoo's Magic Tire 00/00/0000 Red's guest is George Gobel. Also appearing is Chanin Hale. Comedy Sketch: Tire King Tom Treadwell (George) is out to destroy Ludwick von Humperdoo's latest invention: cement tires for rubber roads. Silent Spot: Red mimes a sailor trying to pick up a girl Chanin).
S20E22 Phyllis Diller 00/00/0000 Deadeye and the Killer. Silent spot: Computer dating.
S20E23 Tony Randall 00/00/0000 San Fernando Red and the TV Director. Silent spot: Toothache victim fears dentist.
S20E24 Ironside Spoof 00/00/0000 Red's guest is Sebastian Cabot. Comedy Sketch: A spoof of "Ironside" as Sebastian plays the wheelchair bound detective who depends on Clem Kadiddlehopper for locomotion. Silent Spot: Red is fumble-fingered mechanic in a Raceway pit stop. Musical Highlights: The Burgundy Street Singers perform "Let's Get Together".
S00E01 Red Skelton's More Funny Faces 00/00/0000 This HBO Special was recorded live at the Centre in the Square Theatre in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
S00E02 Red Skelton's Funny Faces III 00/00/0000 This is the third and final HBO special by Red Skelton and was taped live at Hamilton Place in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Skelton performed several mime skits including a grandfather teaching baseball to his grandson, a woman driver, a veterinarian giving a flu shot to a whale, and a father viewing his new baby for the first time at the maternity ward window
S00E03 Red Skelton: A Royal Command Performance 00/00/0000 In 1984, Skelton gave a Royal Command Performance for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds which was later shown in the US on HBO
S00E04 Red Skelton's Christmas Dinner 00/00/0000 Freddie the Freeloader sets out to have Xmas dinner in a very expensive New York restaurant with his good friend, the Professor. Along the way he stops in a hospital to entertain some children on Xmas. Red Skelton does a couple of songs on his own & a duet with Vincent Price.
S00E05 The Pledge Of Allegiance 00/00/0000
S00E06 America's Clown: An Intimate Biograpghy of Red Skelton 00/00/0000
S00E07 Dress Rehersal for the Episode: Deadeye From Mars 00/00/0000 A Peak Behind the cutain in this special look at Red's unique and freewheeling rehearsal process. Filled with more of Red's signature ad-libs than you ever though possible, this anarchic dress rehearsal provides a very different experience from the episode which made it to the airwaves - yet still manages to leave Red's audience in stiches
S00E08 The Best of Red Skelton 00/00/0000
S00E09 Jamie Farr's First Appearance on the Red Skelton Show 00/00/0000
S00E10 Guzzler's Gin Skit 00/00/0000
S00E11 KPIX Interview with Red Skelton 00/00/0000
S00E12 Silent Spot with Jerry Lewis 00/00/0000
S00E13 The Best of the Master: Red Sketon's Pantomimes 00/00/0000
S00E14 Red Skelton Live and Unedited 00/00/0000 From the Nuggett Hotel in Sparkes, Nevada.
S00E15 Getting Personal With Dini Petty 00/00/0000 An intimate interview with the man himself. Red Skelton.
S00E16 Career in Laughter 08/10/1997 Red Skelton Career in Laughter DVD
S00E17 Red Skelton Performing at the Nugget in Sparks Nevada 00/00/0000 Performance at John Ascuaga's Nugget (Sparks, Nevada August 5th, 1980)
S00E18 The Johnathan Winters Show: Red Skelton on Stage 00/00/0000
S00E19 Red Skelton Performing at the United Nations 00/00/0000

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