The Red Skelton Hour: Season 2, Episode 9

Weepy Talks Turkey (23 Nov. 1952)
"The Red Skelton Show" Weepy Talks Turkey (original title)

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Himself - Host / Weepy Numbskull / Clem Kadiddlehopper
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David Rose and His Orchestra ...
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Teddy Infuhr ...
Weepy's Son
Lucy Knoch ...
Pilgrim Woman in Stocks
Bob Lamond ...
Announcer
Mickey Little ...
Weepy's Son (as Mick Little)
Edmund Penney ...
Miles Standish-Turkey Sktech
Buddy Piper ...
Indian-Turkey Skit
Vici Raaf ...
Weepy's Wife / Pocahontas (as Vicki Raaf)
Connie Van ...
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The opening skit features Red Skelton and Lucy Knoch as Pilgrims confined to the stocks with Red plagued by a misbehaving youngster. The main sketch, titled "Weepy Talks Turkey", presents Red as football coach Weepy Numbskull, lecturing his family on the proper methods of eating the Thanksgiving feast. In the second skit, called "Thanksgiving Turkey", Clem Kaddidlehopper (as Pilgrim John Alden) tells the story of Miles Standish and Priscilla Mullins, morphing into a Tide detergent ad. In the closing, Red talks seriously about the Pilgrims, then warns of threats to our freedoms. See more »

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