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Episode credited cast:
Himself - Host / Pierre the Giglio
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
French Art Professor
Supporting Player
Jack Boyle ...
Supporting Player
Tex Brodus ...
Supporting Player
Georgine Darcy ...
Blonde Model
David Rose and His Orchestra ...
Dolores Durrett ...
Brunette Model
Supporting Player (as James Gonzales)
Herself / Mademoiselle LaCranberry
Perk Lazelle ...
Supporting Player
William Meader ...
Supporting Player
The Redettes ...
Thayer Roberts ...
Supporting Player


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Release Date:

7 December 1954 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The program begins in an art gallery with several paintings of clowns. A sign proclaims "Portraits by Red Skelton - Age 42." This is one of the earliest acknowledgments of Skelton's interest and talent in painting. The Redettes open with a production number to "I Love Paris." The plot of this episode revolves around Red's trip to Paris to study art under the instruction of a famous French Art Professor. Red paints a still life of a tomato that is so well accepted by the Professor that he enters the picture in a French art contest, to be held one week hence. Red needs to earn some money while he is staying in the city, so the Professor gets him a job as a gigolo at a Paris café. At the café, Red, playing Pierre the Gigolo, meets guest Abbe Lane, as Mademoiselle LaCranberry. They dance a tango and sip champagne. When the judges appear at the Professor's art studio for the contest, Red wins first prize. See more »

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