The Red Skelton Hour: Season 17, Episode 16

A Christmas Urchin (19 Dec. 1967)
"The Red Skelton Show" A Christmas Urchin (original title)

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The Little Urchin Girl
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Howard Keel sings a medley of Christmas tunes, plus Red Skelton's own composition, 'The Night Before Christmas.' Jiliana performs David Rose's 'The Tiny Ballerina' during the main sketch of the program. See more »

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