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Himself - Host / Willie Lump Lump / Gay 90s Suitor in Silent Spot
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The Alan Copeland Singers ...
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Melanie Alexander ...
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David Rose and His Orchestra ...
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Bob Duggan ...
Bartender in Blackout Sketch
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Announcer
Chanin Hale ...
Gay 90s Lady in Silent Spot / Mrs. Lump Lump
Ray Kellogg ...
Mr. Swanson in Willie Skit / Scientist in Blackout Sketch
Roberta Lubell ...
Ballerina
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Gay 90s Neighbor in Silent Spot
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Gay 90s Father in Silent Spot
Tom Hansen Dancers ...
Themselves
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Himself - Guest Host
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1 March 1966 (USA)  »

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Red Skelton reprises several of his most beloved routines, including 'Dunking Doughnuts' and his spoof of Michael Fokine's ballet Spectre of the Rose with Roberta Lubbell. Other highlights include Red's impersonation of a Gay 90s bachelor courting his lady love (Chanin Hale), and his portrayal of eternally inebriated Willie Lump Lump in the classic 'Upside Down Room' routine, wherein Willie's wife has rearranged the furniture (which is also prominently featured in Skelton's 1953 theatrical feature The Clown). Red gets tips from Wayne on Western-style courting. In Blackouts: Red plays a man having 'just one more drink', a confused inventor, a kettledrum player, a mathematician, a hunter, a headache sufferer, and a man taking medicine. See more »

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