The Red Skelton Hour (1951–2016)
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Clean Politics 

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Episode credited cast:
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Himself - Host / Clem Kadiddlehopper / Willie Lump Lump / San Fernando Red
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Rose and His Orchestra ...
Themselves
Don De Leo ...
Mr. DeLeo / Clem Sketch
The Four Knights ...
Guest Vocalists
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the Maid-Willie Sketch / Woman on Campaign Platform-San Fernando Skit
Bob Lamond ...
Announcer
Pat McGeehan ...
Himself - Announcer
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Daisy June / Clem Sketch
Dick Ryan ...
Jessup the Butler / Willie Skit
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16 December 1951 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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During his opening monologue, Red thanks the PTA organization for recognition of his program as suitable for children to view. The Four Knights sing "I Want to Hold You in My Arms Again." The San Fernando Red skit ("Clean Politics") develops into a Tide commercial. In drugstore sketches, Clem sells 'Enamel-Glo' toothpaste and Red demonstrates how different customers eat and drink at soda fountains (also featuring Lucy Knoch and Joseph Crehan as ice cream customers). See more »

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