The Red Skelton Hour: Season 1, Episode 6

Willie and the Burglar (4 Nov. 1951)
"The Red Skelton Show" Willie and the Burglar (original title)

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In this program's sketches, Clem Kadiddlehopper sells real estate on TV; Red plays a TV pitchman hawking bottles of patent medicine while singing "The Tennessee Waltz"; The Pepperettes perform "I Didn't Know the Gun was Loaded"; and in the Skelton Scrapbook segment titled "Willie and the Burglar", an inebriated Willie Lump Lump hears a burglar in his house at 4:00 am. See more »

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