The Red Skelton Hour (1951–1971)
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A New York Stripper Is Not Always a Steak 

Guest Roland Winters is a father breaking up son John Forsythe's romance with a stripper. Red mimes a scuba diver's mermaid encounter. Michele Lee sings "Anything Goes." Tom Hansen dancers perform to "Feelin' Groovy."

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Himself - Host / Clem Kadiddlehopper
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David Rose and His Orchestra ...
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Millionaire's Son
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Peaches Laverne
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Guest Roland Winters is a father breaking up son John Forsythe's romance with a stripper. Red mimes a scuba diver's mermaid encounter. Michele Lee sings "Anything Goes." Tom Hansen dancers perform to "Feelin' Groovy."

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24 October 1967 (USA)  »

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Michele Lee and the Singing and Dancing Ensemble perform 'I'm Old Fashioned' and 'Anything Goes.' The Tom Hansen Dancers interpret 'Feelin' Groovy.' In the Silent Spot, a skin diver (Red), searching for sunken treasure, lands a mermaid. See more »

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