The Red Skelton Show - Season 9

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Episode Guide

  • Freddie's Masterpiece
    3/15/60
    9.7
    An art expert (Vincent Price) learns that Freddie the Freeloader has an orginal DaVinci painting.
  • Freddie's Beat Shack
    9/29/59
    9.0

    Red's guests are Errol Flynn and Scott Engel (a.k.a. Scott Walker).
    Comedy sketch
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    Freddie the Freeloader's abode at the city dump is threatened by re-zoning. Freddie meets the challenge by converting his shack to a coffee house playing for the teenage trade and engaging a singer as bait. The singer is Scott Engel (later known as Scott Walker of The Walker Brothers) who sings "Paper Doll."
    Errol Flynn, in what's reportedly a cameo appearance, plays a fellow hobo. Flynn's teenaged girlfriend, Beverly Aadland, appears as a beatnik.

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  • Clem in Dogpatch
    Clem in Dogpatch
    Episode 14
    1/12/60
    8.0
    Clem visits the office of Al Capp and joins the cast of Li'l Abner. Daisy Mae tries to use Clem to get Abner jealous. Cast sings songs from the musical.
  • Son of Paleface Spoof
    10/20/59
    6.0
    Red's guest is Jane Russell Highlights: On a spoof of Son of Paleface, Sheriff Deadeye finds it tough to keep law and order in town after the arrival of female bandit Lillian Martin. Song: "I'm Just Wild About Harry".
  • Freddie and Fabian
    Freddie and Fabian
    Episode 6
    11/10/59
    6.0
    Red's guest is Fabian. Also appearing are Stanley Adams, Frank Wilcox and Phil Arnold. Teen fans include Jane Eagar and Lesley-Marie Colburn. Highlights: Freddie the Freeloader meets Fabian who has sought refuge behind his park bench and thinks he's a purse snatcher. He doesn't recognize him or realize that Fabian a teen idol was running away from a horde of screaming fans. Freddie takes him to his shack and his hideaway proves ideal until Freddie hears him sing and tries to get a recording company interested in his guest.moreless
  • San Fernando for Governor
    3/29/60
    6.0
    "San Fernando for Governor"
  • Appleby's Boat
    Appleby's Boat
    Episode 18
    2/16/60
    0.0

    Marilyn Maxwell plays Clara in an Applebys sketch. George wants to buy a boat, but Clara's already spent the money on a mink coat.

  • Appleby the Weatherman
    11/17/59
    0.0
    Appleby's weather predition interest the space program and spies.
  • San Fernando's Marriage Mill
    5/3/60
    0.0
    "San Fernando's Marriage Mill" with Cesar Romero (as Handsome Al).
  • Skelton and Mae West
    3/1/60
    0.0
    Mae West, playing herself, appears on a talk show to promote her book "Goodness Had Nothing to Do With It."
  • San Fernando's Phony Fabians
    2/2/60
    0.0
    Fabian appears in a San Fernando Red sketch. Also, he sings "About This Thing Called Love."
    San Fernando finds Fabians look-a-likes to tour the world.
  • Cauliflower and the Syndicate
    1/26/60
    0.0

    George Raft appears in a Cauliflower McPugg sketch.

  • Freddie in Las Vegas
    5/10/60
    0.0
    "Freddie in Las Vegas" with Edward Everett Horton and Dick Foran.
  • Clem the Mailman
    Clem the Mailman
    Episode 11
    12/15/59
    0.0
    "Clem the Mailman" with Marie McDonald.
  • Appleby The Muscleman
    1/19/60
    0.0
  • Clem's Fountain Of Youth
    4/12/60
    0.0
  • Freddie's Millions
    Freddie's Millions
    Episode 25
    4/5/60
    0.0
  • Clem The Private Eye or 77 Moonset Strip
  • Deadeye The Blacksmith
    3/8/60
    0.0
  • Bolivar and the Roaring '20s
    2/23/60
    0.0
    Bolivar tries to take control of Scarface's beer operation during prohibition.
    He's been invited to join Scarface's mob after his homemade "bathtub" beer gains a following.
  • Bolivar the Songwriter
    12/8/59
    0.0

    "Bolivar the Songwriter" with Bobby Rydell and Barbara Nichols.

  • Clem and the Beanstalk
    5/24/60
    0.0
    "Clem and the Beanstalk" with Clem Kadiddlehopper in the role of Jack.
  • Super-Cauliflower
    Super-Cauliflower
    Episode 27
    4/19/60
    0.0
    "Super-Cauliflower" with Basil Rathbone (as Hugh Rubicoff) and Elena Verdugo (as Ruth Sanders).
  • Appleby the Big Producer
    12/1/59
    0.0
    "Appleby the Big Producer" features Mary Beth Hughes as Clara Appleby and Tuesday Weld as a teenage starlet.
  • San Fernando's Thanksgiving
    11/24/59
    0.0

    "San Fernando's Thanksgiving" with Jayne Meadows.

  • San Fernando's Treasure Hunt
    11/3/59
    0.0

    Red's guests are Guy Madison and Amanda Blake.
    Highlights
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    San Fernando Red, a con man, is looking for treasure in the ocean. He hires a boat skippered by Guy Madison. His secretary Ruby (Amanda Blake) comes along for the search when things go wrong.

  • Appleby's Bird Woman
    10/13/59
    0.0
    Red's guest is Eve Arden. Highlights: The imagination of henpecked George Appleby (Red) is stirred by horror movies and stories. He wakes one morning to find that his wife Clara (Eve Arden) has turned into a bird. Also appearing, The Skelton Dancers and David Rose Orchestra.
  • Clem's General Store
    10/6/59
    0.0
    Red's guest is Jayne Mansfield. Also appearing are Jesse White and Jamie Farr. Highlights: Clem Kadiddlehopper wants to marry Daisy June but his plans are interrupted by a prison escape and convicts showing up at his General Store.
  • Appleby's Fallout Shelter
    6/7/60
    0.0

    "Appleby's Fallout Shelter" with Vivian Vance (as Clara Appleby).

  • Deadeye Turns In His Badge
    12/29/59
    0.0
    "Deadeye Turns In His Badge" with Charles Ruggles and Terry Moore.
  • Clem the Disc Jockey
    1/5/60
    0.0
    "Clem the Disc Jockey" with Julie London and Jackie Coogan.
  • The Many Skeltons (aka 'Too Many Skeltons')
    Opening: Telephones.
    The Many Skeltons (aka 'Too Many Skeltons') Marilyn Maxwell plays an operator at an answering service. Clem Kadiddlehopper, Bolivar Shagnasty, Cauliflower McPugg, and Willie Lump Lump call in to get their messages. Bolivar goes to the wrong house to repair a TV.
    Marilyn Maxwell sings. Song from "Bells Are Ringing"moreless
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