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Himself - Host / Willie Lump Lump / J. Newton Numbskull / Deadeye
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David Rose and His Orchestra ...
Themselves
Lucy Knoch ...
Magician's Assistant-Magic Sketch / Dance Hall Norma-Laredo Skit
Bob Lamond ...
Announcer
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Mrs. Lump Lump-Topsy Turvy Sketch
Gil Perkins ...
Three-Fingered Ike-Laredo Skit / Mr. Swenson-Topsy Turvy Sketch
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Release Date:

10 February 1952 (USA)  »

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In the Skelton Scrapbook of Satire, titled "The Transcontinental", Red plays a Lothario trying to seduce a married woman, until her husband shows up. In the Skelton Scrapbook, named "It's Magic", J. Newton Numbskull and assistant (Lucy Knoch) perform feats of magic, which all turn out badly. In the Skelton Film Scrapbook, called "Streets of Laredo", Deadeye battles Three-Fingered Ike who stole his gal, Dance Hall Norma. This skit evolves into a Tide commercial. Finally, in the Skelton Scrapbook, titled "Topsy Turvy", Willie Lump Lump's wife hires a carpenter to re-do their home to convince Willie to give up booze. See more »

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