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Red's guests are The Skylarks.
Armed Forces hitch hiking.
Red performed several characters that he made famous on the radio: Cauliflower McPugg, a cockeyed boxer; Deadeye, a Texas cowboy; Junior, the bratty child; San Fernando Red, dishonest politician; and Clem Kaddiddlehopper, as an Irish tenor.
The Skylarks sing "Halleluyah".
Clem selling Christmas Trees.
Willie Christmas tree trimmer.
"The Skelton's at Home"
Guests: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fowler, Bo Roos. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rose.
Red's guest is Shirley Mitchell. Special appearance by Red's son Richard Skelton.
Highlights: Red as the awkward and clumsy Clem Kadiddlehopper takes a few dance lessons for his New Years resolution.
1951-52 season (exact air date unknown):
Red plays a used car salesman interrupting the screening of a World War II film. Red also plays the part of Hitler in the film.
Red's guest is Nat King Cole.
"How to Eat Corn"
Clem Kadiddlehopper conducts David Rose's Orchestra.
Appearing with Red are Gil Perkins, Jack Fisher, Rocky Carr, Charles Post and Don De Leo, with Lucy Knoch as the General.
Opening: Reactions to a prizefight.
Clem Kadiddlehopper in "Pedestrian Polo."
Pvt. Willie Lump Lump in "How to Make a Salad" military
"San Fernando Red on Television"
"The Transcontinental". J. Newton Numbskull
Deadeye "Streets of Laredo".
Willie "Topsy Turvy" (This is the classic sketch were Willie's wife builds a room that is all mixed up.)
Man on the Street.
Chinese laundry (Tide).
"The Railroad Station"
"Let's Talk about Father"