The Red Skelton Hour: Season 18, Episode 21

Bathtub Gin Never Leaves a Ring (18 Feb. 1969)
"The Red Skelton Show" Bathtub Gin Never Leaves a Ring (original title)

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Himself - Host / Cauliflower McPugg / Bolivar Shagnasty
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Chanin Hale ...
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Big Louie - Gangster
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Hal Frazier sings, 'Didn't We?', then joins the Tom Hansen Dancers for 'Don't Rain on My Parade.' The Dancers also interpret 'Look to the Rainbow.' In the Olio Spot, titled 'Tribute to Ed Wynn', Red honors his idol, baggy pants clown Ed Wynn, featuring the classic comedian's props and ploys, including his silly inventions and corny jokes. In the Silent Spot, titled 'The Door to Door Salesman', Red mimes a door-to-door salesman. See more »

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