Red Skelton Show
(1951-1971) 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.
3-8-1955. Freddie has a valuable Da Vinci painting that art collector Vincent Price craves.
Clem’s Oil 1-1-1957. Clem gets rich from oil on his land and puts his girl on TV. Guests Carol Channing, Peter Lorre.
Deadeye and the Indians 2-9-1954. Guest Ed Sullivan.
The United Nations Show 9-27-1960. Red performs solo routines befor an audience in the United Nations building.
Clem the Artist
4-22-1958. Is Clem a great artist? With guests John Caradine and Franklin Pangborn.
Freddie and the Spies 1-13-1959. When a stranger gives Freddie a mysterious box, spies try to steal it. With Edward Everett Horton.
Navy Men 5-15-1956. With guests Buster Crabbe and Jamie Farr.
Freddie Needs a Lawyer 6-12-1962. When Freddie sleeps overnight in the library, he gets arrested and needs lawyer Mickey Rooney.
George Appleby’s Garage
2-21-1958. Guests Mary Beth Hughes, Franklin Pangborn.
Mr. Lasagna 1-1-1955. Guests George Raft and Reginald Denny.
Quiz Show: You Take Your Chances 10-23-1963. Red appears on a quiz show. With guests Marilyn Maxwell, Steve Dunne.
The South 2-27-1962. Guests Charlie Ruggles, Marie Windsor.
Cauliflower Goes to Hollywood
6-23-1959. McPug tries out for a role as a boxer in a movie directed by Vincent Price.
Bolivar’s Beauty Salon 2-4-1958. Guest Nancy Walker.
Trailer Park 1-25-1955. Guests Mary McCarty, Reginald Denny.
The Look Awards 3-8-1955. In a special show Red hands out “Look” magazine awards to Alfred Hitchcock, Walt Disney, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland and others.
Freddie and the Yuletide Doll
5-15-1956. With guest Cara Williams.
Cop and the Anthem 12-21-1954. Freddie tries to get put into prison to have a warm Christmas. Based on a story by O’ Henry.
Thanksgiving Show 11-20-1956. Red in a skit about the Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving.
Nat King Cole Guest Singer Nat King Cole is featured along with Skelton comedy skits.