The Red Skelton Hour: Season 17, Episode 5

Where There's Smoke, There's a Dragon (3 Oct. 1967)
"The Red Skelton Show" Where There's Smoke, There's a Dragon (original title)

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Joyce Rees ...
Evil Witch
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Fran Jeffries sings, 'Too Close for Comfort' and 'Out of This World.' The 'One-Minute Dramas' segment features Bert Lahr and Red in a series of classic Vaudeville and Burlesque blackouts. In the Silent Spot, Red plays do-it-yourself fanatic Mr. Butterfingers, who can't do anything right and who drives his neighbors crazy. See more »

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