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Pat Caroll sings 'When the World Was Young', then appears with the Tom Hansen Dancers and Alan Copeland Singers in 'The Other Man's Grass is Always Green.' The Dancers also interpret 'Samba From Black Orpheus.' In the Olio Spot, Red performs a solo on the auto harp. In the Silent Spot, Skelton pantomimes a piano tuner for his vaudeville act. This hour episode was trimmed by five minutes to allow for a paid political message.
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The title is based on the stereotype that a woman is "a rag, a bone and a hag of hair".
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