Red tries to sell robots for as Richman Pete; as Cauliflower McPugg, he displays a bit of fancy footwork while attempting to out-duel Charles Bronson, who appears in one of his earliest TV performances; musical guests are The Sportsmen.

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Himself - Host / Cauliflower McPugg / Horrible Humphrey / Golf Pro / J. Weepy Numbskull
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David Rose and His Orchestra ...
Themselves
Lucy Knoch ...
Woman Who Kisses McPugg
Bob Lamond ...
Announcer
Pat McGeehan ...
Himself - Announcer
Edmund Penney ...
Man at Gym Door-McPugg Skit / Henchman-Delicti Sketch
Dick Ryan ...
Newspaper Reporter-Weepy Skit / Caddy-Golfer Sketch
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Red tries to sell robots for as Richman Pete; as Cauliflower McPugg, he displays a bit of fancy footwork while attempting to out-duel Charles Bronson, who appears in one of his earliest TV performances; musical guests are The Sportsmen.

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6 January 1952 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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In his opening monologue, Red thanks the editors of Radio/TV Daily for naming his program as Best Comedy Show on TV. The Skelton Scrapbook, titled "The Bouncer", features Cauliflower McPugg providing security for the gym. In the Skelton Film Scrapbook, called "The Golfer", pro duffer Red demonstrates various techniques to assist new golfers. This skit eventually morphs into a Tide commercial. Another Skelton Scrapbook, named "Corpus Delicti", portrays Red as gangster Horrible Humphrey who must "dispose" of something. See more »

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