The Red Skelton Hour: Season 19, Episode 18

Charity Begins at Home, But Nowadays, Who Can Afford a Home? (27 Jan. 1970)
"The Red Skelton Show" Charity Begins at Home, But Nowadays, Who Can Afford a Home? (original title)

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Himself - Host / Freddie the Freeloader
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Jan Arvan ...
Muggsy
David Rose and His Orchestra ...
Themselves
Art Gilmore ...
Announcer
The Jimmy Joyce Singers ...
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Ray Kellogg ...
Police Officer / Silent Spot
James Millhollin ...
Mr. Bryant
Barbara Morrison ...
Mrs. Van Dorn
Dorothy Neumann ...
Masquerade Ball Society Snob
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Penelope Farnsworth
Gilchrist Stuart ...
Butler (as Gil Stuart)
Tom Hansen Dancers ...
Themselves
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Jane Powell sings 'The Lady is a Tramp', then joins the Tom Hansen Dancers in 'Carnival.' In the Silent Spot, titled "Waiting for a Bus", commuter Red has an eventful time and gets into all sorts of trouble waiting for a Hollywood Boulevard bus. See more »

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