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Himself - Host / Willie Lump Lump / Clem Kadiddlehopper / British Lord Beaverhead / Junior Cavendish
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Rocky Carr ...
Soldier
David Rose and His Orchestra ...
Themselves
Don De Leo ...
US Army Officer
Jack Fisher ...
Soldier
Lucy Knoch ...
The General / Beaverhead's Assistant (as Lucille Knoch)
Bob Lamond ...
Announcer
Gil Perkins ...
Soldier - MP
Charles Post ...
Soldier
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24 February 1952 (USA)  »

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Red opens his monologue by producing two awards to the audience and thanking the members of the press and the TV Academy for selecting the show as the best comedy and Skelton as the best comedian. Red performs a pantomime depicting the types of people found in the crowd at a boxing match. Then he makes his first appearance as BBC broadcaster Lord Beaverhead, promoting "Clivedon's Crumpet Juice" which concludes with a surprise cameo by Junior, the Mean Widdle Kid. In the Skelton Film Scrapbook, Clem Kaddidlehopper invents a game called "Pedestrian Polo." In the Skelton Scrapbook, Red appears in "How to Make a Salad", a lengthy sketch, as clumsy Army cook Willie Lump Lump, who is ordered to prepare a meal for the General. See more »

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