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The Boston Pops play some of Red Skelton's music.
Opening: A Woman and a Mirror Clem the Knight Silent spot: The Surprise Party.
June Lockhart / Gloria Loring
Roy Rogers / Dale Evans
Vikki Carr sings "Mirror" and "Come Rain or Come Shine" (2nd song with The Tom Hansen Dancers).
Mickey Rooney / Hal Frazier
Bobby Rydell sings "Quiet Night," "Carnival" and "Meditation."
Clem bodygaurd to Helen of Troy. Silent spot: Lunch-wagon owner. Olio spot: Swami makes Red's wife disappear.
Lana Cantrell sings "When the World Was Young" and "Those Were the Days" (2nd song, production number with the Tom Hansen Dancers)
Dionne Warwick sings "Promises Promises" and "Where Am I Going?"
Jan Arvan plays Muggsy in a Freddie the Freeloader sketch.
Dale Robertson appears with Red in a "Robinson Crusoe" parody.
Red's guests are humorist George Gobel and vocal group The Mills Brothers.
Musical Highlights: The Mills Brothers sing "Opus One" and "Shy Violet."
Comedy Sketch: With the help of San Fernando Red, wealthy Richard Cornwall III (Gobel) gains the confidence to propose to his childhood sweetheart (Jan Davis), now a towering beauty.
Olio Sketch: Two men on a bridge (Skelton and Jimmy Cross) encounter a despondent girl (Beverly Powers), a cop (Bob Duggan) and a stick-up man (Fred Villani).
Silent Spot: Twins Slob and Prissy Jones (both played by Red) react in opposite ways to Halloween trick-or-treaters.
Pat Carroll plays Clara Appleby in a "George Appleby" sketch. She also sings "When the World Was Young" and "The Other Man's Grass is Always Green."
Freddie in a movie that is being shot at his bench.