The Red Skelton Show

Season 3 Episode 44

August 18, 1954

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Aug 18, 1954 on NBC
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August 18, 1954
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Johnny Carson is the substitute host while Red recovers from a concussion. The guests are Frank Sinatra, Cab Calloway and dancer Georgia Tapps. Highlights: Frank Sinatra will be showcased vocalizing "The Gal That Got Away." "Foggy Day" and "Half as Lovely." Cab Calloway orchestra leader and star of the current version of "Porgy and Bess." will be featured in two production numbers. Georgia Tapps dancing star, will be spotlighted in a fast-paced rhythm number and in ballet sequence with the Redettes.moreless

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    Frank Sinatra

    Frank Sinatra

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    Guest Star

    Cab Calloway

    Cab Calloway

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    Georgia Tapps

    Georgia Tapps

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Bob Lamond

    Bob Lamond

    Announcer

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    David Rose Orchestra

    David Rose Orchestra

    Themselves

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      • Forty minutes before Red Skelton was due to go on the air for this program at CBS-TV City, he ran into a door that was supposed to fall apart and suffered a concussion. The door failed "to yield during this rehearsal for the night's "live" network show. Johnny Carson was called in at the last minute to be the substitute host.

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