The Red Skelton Show

Season 3 Episode 21

Deadeye and the Indians

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 09, 1954 on NBC
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Deadeye and the Indians
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Red's guests are Ed Sullivan and The King Sisters.
Opening:
Ed Sullivan introduces celebrities sitting in the audience including Dick Powell, Harriet Parsons, Ken Murray, Marge and Gower Champion, and Tom Harmon.
Sketch:
"Deadeye and Indians" (aka "Deadeye At The Golden Nugget") - Deadeye visits his favorite hangout, The Golden Nugget Saloon. The King Sisters, as saloon girls, sing "I Don't Care." After an Indian attack, Deadeye is taken to an Indian camp where he winds up tied to the stake, ready for a burning.
Earlier in the show:
Ed Sullivan introduces Dick Powell in the audience and has him stand up and talks about his new film called "Susan Slept Here" as well as the producer of the film Harriet Parsons. Ed next introduces Ken Murray who is working with Bing Crosby Enterprises on "Where Were You?"
Ed introduces Marge and Gower Champion renowned MGM dancers who are also in the audience as well as sportscaster Tom Harmon.
Ed then introduces Cauliflower McPugg another all-around champion who trains down at the dump!

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Ed Sullivan

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The King Sisters

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Dick Powell

Dick Powell

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David Rose Orchestra

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Bob Warren

Bob Warren

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