The Red Skelton Show

The Mouth Shall Rise Again

Season 13, Ep 11, Aired 12/10/63
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  • Episode Description
  • Red's guests are comedienne Martha Raye and Raye's daughter Melodye Condos. Musical Highlights: Martha Raye sings "Gone with the Wind."Melodye Condos sings "Teacher's Pet." Raye and Condos perform a medley of love songs ("Love Is A Simple Thing," "The Second Time Around," "Too Young," "When Your Lover Has Gone" "Our Love Is Here To Stay" and "Hooray For Love"). Comedy Sketch: "The Mouth Shall Rise Again" - A three-part Sheriff Deadeye sketch. Washerwoman Martha Raye answers Deadeye's ad for a mail-order bride. Also appearing in the sketch are Peter Mamakos (as Mirage the Gunslinger), Melodye Condos (as the washerwoman's co-worker), and Howard Wendell (as the preacher). Silent Spot: The New Roommate" - A bookworm (Red) shares a dorm room room with a inconsiderate athlete (played by Peter Lupus).moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Martha Raye

    Herself / Mail-order Bride

  • Melodye Condos

    Herself, singer / Laundress

  • Peter Mamakos

    Mirage the Gunslinger

  • Howard Wendell

    Preacher

  • Peter Lupus

    Roommate (Silent Spot)

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  • Notes (2)

    • Cesar Romero and folk-singers The Youngfolk were originally scheduled for the December 10, 1964 show. But the guests reportedly cancelled due to scheduled conflicts. Although this episode never took place, a copyright registration was submitted to the Library of Congress (as "It's A Treat To Sell Your Wheat In The Vladivostok Mud." Telecast: Dec. 17, 1963. 5Dec63; LP27736).
      According to newspaper listings, the main sketch was to involve Clem Kadiddlehopper, having invented a formula for fast-growing wheat, being pursued by a Russian agent (Cesar Romero). The agent plans to kidnap Clem so the Russians can learn his secret formula. In the Silent Spot Red was to portray an "awkward animal trainer."

    • Source: DVD (Brentwood)

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