The Red Skelton Show

Season 17 Episode 5

Where There's Smoke There's A Dragon

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 03, 1967 on NBC
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Where There's Smoke There's A Dragon
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Red's guests are comedian-actor Bert Lahr and singer-actress Fran Jeffries.
Comedy sketch:
"Where There's Smoke There's A Dragon." As a test for knighthood, King Foul-Up the First (Lahr) puts Forsooth through a series of challenges. These include bouts with Cruncho the Giant and a beautiful witch (Joyce Rees).
Music:
Fran Jeffries sings "Too Close for Comfort" and "Out of This World."
The Silent Spot:
Do-it-yourself fanatic Mr. Butterfingers (Red) drives his next-door neighbor (Jan Arvan) crazy.
One-Minute Dramas:
For the blackouts, Lahr and Skelton perform vaudeville and burlesque routines.

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Bert Lahr

Bert Lahr

King Foul-Up I

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Fran Jeffries

Fran Jeffries

Herself, musical guest

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