The Red Skelton Hour: Season 1, Episode 31

Live in San Francisco (4 May 1952)
"The Red Skelton Show" Live in San Francisco (original title)

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Episode credited cast:
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David Rose and His Orchestra ...
Lucy Knoch ...
Lucy Knoch - Woman on the Street
Bob Lamond ...
Benny Rubin ...
Announcer of Man on the Street Sketch / Chinese Laundryman in Laundry Skit
Kam Tong ...
Customer in Chinese Laundry Skit


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This broadcast aired live from San Francisco. In his opening monologue, Skelton talks about his visit to San Francisco. In the Skelton Scrapbook, titled "It Takes All Kinds", Clem Kadiddlehopper and Cauliflower McPugg are interviewed in a Man on the Street spoof. Clem reveals he hails from Skunk Hollow. In the Red Skelton Presents skit, Red Skelton and guest Kam Tong visit a Chinese laundry to pick up their clothes. Since a laundry is involved, this sketch naturally morphs into a Tide commercial. In another Skelton Scrapbook burlesque, called "Guzzler's Tonic", Red recreates his famous Guzzler's Gin lampoon from the movies. See more »

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