The Red Skelton Hour: Season 14, Episode 7

Red Skelton in London (10 Nov. 1964)
"The Red Skelton Show" Red Skelton in London (original title)

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Himself - Host / Clem Kadiddlehopper / Junior Cavendish / Freddie the Freeloader / George Appleby
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Mr. Chiselwick - London Tour Guide
David Rose and His Orchestra ...
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Art Gilmore ...
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The Stones perform three sets, from London's Palladium Theater staircase, wailing to the delight of a squealing live audience, singing, "It's All Over Now", "Tell Me" and "Carol." The program features scenes of several London landmarks, such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly, and Hyde Park. as well as English character actors amid street entertainers. Red and Sebastian sing two songs on the steps of the famed London Palladium. In a break from tradition, Red delivers his standard opening monologue at the close of the show, satirically on topics as diverse as Elizabeth Taylor and the CBS Eye. Evidently, "Red Skelton in London" was scheduled at the last minute, inasmuch as this classic episode was not even listed in the pages of TV Guide. See more »

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