CTVA US Music Variety - "The Red Skelton Hour" (CBS) Season 13 (1963-64)

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Season 13 (CBS) (1963-64)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive /  Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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CBS Tuesdays 8:00 - 9:00 pm

 On September 24, 1963, Red Skelton launched his 13th TV season in a new time slot, one half-hour earlier on Tuesday evenings
(to make way for the new CBS sitcom "Petticoat Junction").

13.01 [433] The Red Skelton Hour: LOVE IS A MANY-SPLINTERED THING (possible aka "Passion in Pasadena")
24Sep1963 CBS Tue
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
The Beach Boys
Shirley Temple

The Skeltones (returning after a year's absence)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Love is a Many-Splintered Thing"
Once again crashing a high society affair, Freddie the Freeloader (Red) falls in love with a pretty debutante (Shirley temple).
Musical Highlights:
The Beach Boys perform "Surfin' USA" and "Things We Did Last Summer."
The Skeltones
"The Silent Spot"
(no details)

13.02 [434] The Red Skelton Hour: MY SON, THE MONSTER
01Oct1963 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Steve Allen & Jayne Meadows
Joanie Sommers
Richard Deacon

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "My Son, the Monster"
Steve Allen & Jayne Meadows play second-rate vaudevillians, whose careers are slowed to a halt by their troublesome
son Junior (Red), aka "The Mean Widdle Kid." The jokes range from a reference to the then-controversial film 'Lolita'
to the old reliable "You're such a ham, whenever you open the refrigerator door you see the little light and do ten minutes."
Richard Deacon appears as Mr. Rerun.
Musical Highlights:
Joanie Sommers sings "I Love a Piano" and "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody"
Steve Allen & Jayne Meadows duet on "When I'm in Love."
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays Prince Charming, preparing to awaken Sleeping Beauty with a kiss.

13.03 [435] The Red Skelton Hour: POP IS A WEASEL
08Oct1963 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Ginger Rogers
Jackie Coogan

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Pop is a Weasel"
San Fernando Red (Red Skelton) takes over the movie studio run by Joe Passabuck (Jackie Coogan), then tangles with tempestuous
film diva Scarlett O'Fever (Ginger Rogers). Best bit: San Fernando tries to give Scarlett a spanking.
Musical Highlights:
Ginger Rogers' renditions of "I Could Do a Fandango" and "Don't Blame Me,"
and her dance routine with Red Skelton Hour choreographer Tom Hansen.
"The Silent Spot"
Red attends a football game.

13.04 [436] The Red Skelton Hour: BEWITCHED, BOTHERED AND BRAINLESS
15Oct1963 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Rosemary Clooney
Doodles Weaver
Herb Vigran

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Bewitched, Bothered, And Brainless"
Keeping abreast of current events this sketch pokes fun at the new all-digit telephone dialing system.
Red plays Clem Kadiddlehopper, with Herb Vigran as his phone-company boss and Doodles Weaver as his rival.
Musical Highlights:
Rosemary Clooney sings "Married I Can Always Get" and & Why Shouldn't I?"
"The Silent Spot"
Red portrays a retiring stationmaster.

13.05 [437] The Red Skelton Hour: DON'T SIT UNDER THE TOMBSTONE WITH ANYONE ELSE BUT ME
22Oct1963 CBS
Guest:
Jane Powell
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Don't Sit Under the Tombstone With Anyone Else But Me"
At the Old Cowboys' Home, Deadeye (Red) recalls his days as sheriff of Sissy Center.
Jane Powell joins in the fun.
Musical Highlights:
Jane Powell sings a few show tunes
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays a man cleaning up after a wild party.

13.06 [438] The Red Skelton Hour: GET THEE TO A CANNERY
29Oct1963 CBS
Guests:
Ethel Merman
Billy Barty

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Get Thee To A Cannery"
When "Freddie the Freeloader" (Red) scores a success with his recipe for mulligan stew, food tycoon Mother Hughes (Ethel Merman)
tries to muscle in.
Musical Highlights:
Ethel Merman sings "Alexander's Ragtime Band", "A Lot of Livin' to Do", "Speak Low", "Molly Malone" and "Brahms' Lullaby."
"The Silent Spot"
Red and Billy Barty don animal outfits to play a hungry cat and a clever mouse.

13.07 [439] The Red Skelton Hour: DO YOU TAKE THIS WOMAN TO BE YOUR AWFUL WEDDED WIFE?
05Nov1963 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Audrey Meadows
The Lettermen
Richard Deacon

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Do You Take This Woman For Your Awful Wedded Wife?"
In a "George Appleby" comedy sketch, Clara Appleby (Audrey) goes to work at the same office as her husband George (Red),
hiding her "Mrs." status because of a rule against married couples. Inevitably, George's boss (Richard Deacon) makes a play for Clara.
This plot-line is more than a little reminiscent of "Brother Ralph," an episode of The Honeymooners in which Audrey Meadows appeared.
Indeed, at the end of the sketch, Red declares "Baby, you're the greatest!" before planting a kiss on Audrey-then turns to the camera
and giggles "Ya get the feeling you're watching a rerun?"
Musical Highlights:
The Lettermen
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays an eagle-eyed forest ranger.

13.08 [440] The Red Skelton Hour: IT'S SO NICE TO HAVE A LOUSE AROUND THE HOUSE
12Nov1963 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Jack E. Leonard (portly insult comedian)
Beverly Wright
Roland Winters
Jane Dulo

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "It's So Nice to Have a Louse Around the House"
Jack E. Leonard plays a judge presiding over the divorce proceedings of the parents (Roland Winters, Jane Dulo) of Junior Cavendish (Red),
aka The Mean Widdle Kid. There's a controversy involving child custody-neither parent wants to keep Junior!
Musical Highlights: "Red Skelton Discovery Corner"
Beverly Wright sings "Joey," "It's a Most Unusual Day," and "I Stayed Too Long at the Fair"
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays a sportscar driver who is hit by a truck.

13.09 [441] The Red Skelton Hour: THE BACHELOR AND THE BOOBYHATCHER
19Nov1963 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guest:
Bobby Rydell
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "The Bachelor and the Boobyhatcher"
Hayseed Clem Kadiddlehopper (Red) heads to the Big City to visit a famous designer-his own cousin Zeke
(Bobby Rydell, whose dead-on impersonation of Skelton's Clem borders on the uncanny).
Musical Highlights:
Bobby Rydell performs a medley of "Strike Up the Band," "Make Mine Drums," "The Music Stopped."
"The Silent Spot"
A lonely lighthouse keeper (Red) befriends a persistent fly.

[--] 26Nov1963 - pre-empted for JFK assassination news coverage. The show originally scheduled was delayed until 7Jan1964.

13.10 [442] The Red Skelton Hour: GOODNIGHT, SOUR PRINCE
03Dec1963 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Raymond Burr
The Kessler Twins

Main Comedy Sketch: "Goodnight, Sour Prince"
King Richard (Raymond Burr) becomes convinced that empty-headed knave Forsooth (Red Skelton) is his long-lost son.
Musical Highlights:
The Kessler Twins, sing a medley of Western songs: "I'm an Old Cowhand," "Deep in the Heart of Texas," and "Oklahoma Hills."
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays a busy department store clerk during the Christmas rush.

13.11 [443] The Red Skelton Hour: THE MOUTH SHALL RISE AGAIN
10Dec1963 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Martha Raye
Melodye Condos (singer, Martha Raye's daughter)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "The Mouth Shall Rise Again"
Martha Raye shows up in a "Sheriff Deadeye" comedy sketch. Tired of her job as a laundress, Martha answers an advertisement
for mail-order brides-only to discover that her groom-to-be is disreputable desert rat Deadeye (Red Skelton).
Musical Highlights:
Melodye Condos sings
"The Silent Spot"
(no details)
Note:
The episode originally slated for December 10, 1963, featuring Cesar Romero and the singing Womenfolk,
was cancelled due to schedule conflicts, though both guest stars appeared later in the season.

13.12 [442] The Red Skelton Hour: SING A SONG OF SING SING
17Dec1963 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Dennis O'Keefe
Jackie Coogan
Joanie Sommers
(singer)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Sing a Song of Sing Sing"
Seymour the Snitch (Dennis O'Keefe), a hoodlum 'singing" before a crime investigating committee is stalked by
Big Louie (Jackie Coogan) and a con man acquaintance, San Fernando Red (Skelton).
Musical Highlights:
Joanie Somers performs a couple of energetic numbers.
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays the father of quintuplets left at home with the babies when his wife goes away for a rest.
Trivia note: The Fisher Quints had been born a scant few weeks before this episode originally aired.
Note:
"It's A Treat To Sell Your Wheat In The Vladivostok Mud" originally scheduled for this date and submitted to the
Library of Congress, was cancelled and never filmed.
Trivia note: The Fisher Quints had been born a scant few weeks before this episode originally aired.

[--] 24Dec1963 - Repeat of #12.13 Christmas program with Clara Williams, the Mitchell Boys Choir, Roberta Lubell.
(incorrectly listed in NY Times as "Color") (first aired 25Dec62)


13.13 [445] The Red Skelton Hour: WILL THE REAL CLARA APPLEBY SHUT UP? (aka "To Tell a Fib")
31Dec1963 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Jane Russell
Connie Haines
Beryl Davis

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Will the Real Clara Appleby Shut Up?" aka "To Tell a Fib"
Which of three courtroom litigants (Jane Russell, Beryl Davis or Connie Haines) is the real Clara Appleby?
All three ladies lay claim to this dubious honor, recalling their individual experiences as the wife of eternal
bumbler George Appleby (Red Skelton). The mystery is never really solved, though George does get to sing a
quickie spoof of the Double-mint Chewing Gum jingle ("Triple your pleasure, triple your fun..." etc.)
Musical Highlights:
Jane Russell, Beryl Davis and Connie Haine sing "Jericho," "I Believe," "Smile" and "Elijah Rock."
When this episode originally aired they successfully touring as a singing trio,
"The Silent Spot"
An impatient husband (Red) waits for his wife to get ready for a night out. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

13.14 [446] The Red Skelton Hour: STROODEL AND FREUDLOADER-INSTANT BRAINWASHERS
(aka "Shrink My Head, I'm A Stranger In Paradise")
07Jan1964
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
George Gobel
Jules Munshin
Vi Velasco
(singer)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Stroodel and Freudloader-Instant Brainwashers"
When Freddie the Freeloader (Red) enjoys success as a counselor to his fellow hoboes, famous psychiatrist
Stroodel (George Gobel) invites Freddie to join his practice. Jules Munshin also appears in the sketch
Musical Highlights: "Red Skelton Discovery Corner":
Vi Velasco sings.
"The Silent Spot"
A con artist (Red) attempts to fleece a rich widow (Barbara Morrison).
Note:
This episode was originally scheduled for November 26 1963, but was preempted by coverage of the JFK assassination.

13.15 [447] The Red Skelton Hour: SIT DOWN YOUR ROCKING THE VOTE
14Jan1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Stubby Kaye
The Paris Sisters

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Sit Down, You're Rocking The Vote"
Red Skelton covers familiar ground (for him, anyway) playing dimwitted Clem Kadiddlehopper, who incredibly finds
himself running against the incumbent for the mayor's office.
Musical Highlights:
Stubby Kaye sings "The Music Goes Round and Round"
The Paris Sisters sing "Some of These Days" and "Once in a While."
"The Silent Spot"
A day in the life of an old-fashioned butcher (Red).

13.16 [448] The Red Skelton Hour: A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE DUMP
21Jan1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guest:
Merv Griffin (game-show-host and late-night talk-show emcee)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Dump"
Merv Griffin plays a magazine writer doing an article about the "easy" life of hobo Freddie the Freeloader (Red).
Musical Highlights:
Merv Griffin sings "Once in a Lifetime" and "Little Man You've Had a Busy Day."
"The Silent Spot"
Red portrays a victim of hay fever.

13.17 [449] The Red Skelton Hour: THAT'S THE WAY THE FORTUNE COOKIE CRUMBLES
28Jan1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Jack Soo (future Barney Miller costar)
Pat Suzki (Asian-American entertainer)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "That's the Way the Fortune Cookie Crumbles"
George Appleby (Red) tries to sell his company's goods to a big buyer from the Far East.
He gets in plenty of hot water when he arranges a date between an out-of-town client (Jack Soo)
and striptease artist Ruby Peeler (Pat Suzki).
The best gag involves the old set-up "Hmmm. . .I smell punk."
Musical Highlights:
Pat Suzuki sings a medley of "Old Folks at Home" and "Camptown Races" and "Lazy Afternoon."
Jack Soo and Pat Suzki - "A Straw Hat and Cane" song-and-dance number.
(previously they co-starred in the Broadway musical "Flower Drum Song")
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays the little Dutch boy at the leaking dyke. As a bonus, Skelton reprises his classic doughnut-dunking routine.

13.18 [450] The Red Skelton Hour: CAST YOUR BRAT UPON THE WATER
04Feb1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Vincent Price
Helen O'Connell

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Cast Your Brat Upon the Water"
Despite the admonitions of his mother (Helen), "Mean Widdle Kid" Junior Cavendish (Red) is determined to prove that the
family's new butler (Vincent Price) is a notorious thief.
Musical Highlights:
Helen O'Connell sings "When the World Was Young" "The Best is Yet to Come," and "My Shining Hour."
"The Silent Spot"
Kitchen worker Red is temporarily promoted to chef-and guess what happens!

13.19 [451] The Red Skelton Hour: LIVES OF A BUNGLE LANCER
11Feb1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guest:
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Lives of a Bungle Lancer"
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. kids his swashbuckling screen image in the comedy sketch. Red Skelton is cast as the lookalike
great-grandfather of doofus Clem Kadiddlehopper, serving in British India under stiff-upper-lip colonel Fairbanks.
Musical Highlights:
Dance number performed by Red Skelton Hour choreographer Tom Hansen and his assistant Leona Irwin.
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays an old man celebrating his birthday all by himself.

13.20 [452] The Red Skelton Hour: TAKE HER, SHE'S MEAN
18Jan1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Pat Carroll
Jean-Paul Vignon
(French singer)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Take Her, She's Mean"
After George Appleby (Red) wins a free trip to Europe, he and wife Clara (Pat Carroll) get mixed up in a shipboard
contretemps with a jewel thief. Returning from the trip they encounter difficulties with the customs.
Musical Highlights:
Pat Carroll sings Cole Porter's "Down in the Depths on the 90th Floor"
Jean-Paul Vignon sings "Mam'selle"
"The Silent Spot"
Red tangles with a recalcitrant vending machine.

13.21 [453] The Red Skelton Hour: HOW ARE THINGS IN GLOCCA MORON?
25Feb1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Don Knotts
The Youngfolk

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "How Are Things in Glocca Moron?"
Don Knotts portrays Fingers Ferguson, the world's most precise diamond cutter who is called in to work on the
world's most valuable gem, worth over five million dollars, which is currently being guarded by the terminally
inept Clem Kadiddlehopper (Red).
Musical Highlights: "Red Skelton Discovery Corner":
The Youngfolk perform "Sinner Man" (and possibly "How Are Things in Glocca Mora?")
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays a crooked gas-station owner in the Silent Spot.

13.22 [454] The Red Skelton Hour: ON TOP OF OLD SMOKEY
03Mar1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guest:
Liberace
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "On Top of Old Hokey"
Red Skelton appears as a sheriff unable to maintain law. To save his job, Sheriff Deadeye (Red) personally selects
his potential replacement: The deceptively mild-mannered Melvin Trueheart (played by Liberace)
Musical Highlights:
Liberace offers a piano medley consisting of "More," "More Than You Know?" and "No New Tunes on This Old Piano."
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays a golf maniac confined to his home during a blizzard.

13.23 [455] The Red Skelton Hour: possibly ONE MAN'S MATE IS ANOTHER MAN'S POISON
10Mar1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Jackie Coogan
Vivian Vance
The Womenfolk

*
Main Comedy Sketch: possibly "One Man's Mate Is Another Man's Poison."
George Appleby shocks his wife Clara (Vivian Vance) by sinking his life savings in an ice cream parlor.
Musical Highlights:
The Womenfolk perform their hit tune "Little Boxes," as well as two lesser-known compositions
"The Silent Spot"
Hard-working Red Skelton and Jackie Coogan have a tough time trying to relax.

13.24 [456] The Red Skelton Hour: I WAS A S.A.P. FOR THE F.B.I. (aka "I Was a Sap for the F.B.I.")
17Mar1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Mickey Rooney
Jo Stafford

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "I Was a S.A.P. for the F.B.I."
Novice spy Clem Kadiddlehopper (Red) assists Secret Agent 6 7/8 (Mickey Rooney) on a dangerous mission to Istanbul.
Highlights include Red's "heavy suitcase" bit (originally seen in the 1942 feature film Ship Ahoy) and Mickey's
explanation of a heated telephone conversation: "That was my wife. . .Trouble is, I don't remember which one."
Musical Highlights:
Jo Stafford performs "Isn't It a Lovely Day?" and, as her off-key alter ego Darlene Edwards, renders (in more ways than one)
the ditty {& "Rain on the Roof."
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays a ragamuffin newsboy.

[--] 24Mar1964 - Repeat of #12.31 with Rhonda Fleming, Hank Henry (first aired 21May1963)

13.25 [457] The Red Skelton Hour: TIPTOE THROUGH THE TRASH CANS
31Mar1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guest:
Janet Blair (musical comedy star)
Main Comedy Sketch: "Tiptoe Through the Trash Cans"
"Freddie the Freeloader" (Red Skelton) tries to persuade philanthropist Grace Giveaway (Janet) to build a new home for hoboes.
Musical Highlights:
Janet Blair sings "I Am Woman, You Are Man" (from the then-current Broadway hit Funny Girl) and "As You Desire Me."
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays a shy prince, who must marry to retain his throne.

13.26 [458] The Red Skelton Hour: I WANT TO GO WHERE THE WILD GOOF GOES
07Apr1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guest:
Connie Stevens (former "Hawaiian Eye" co-star)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "I Want to go Where the Wild Goof Goes"
Mountaineer "Clem Kadiddlehopper" (Red) is heartbroken when his gal Daisy June (Connie Sevens) walks out on him.
Heading off to the big city, Clem discovers that his sweetheart is now a glamorous jet-setter.
Musical Highlights:
Connie Stevens sings.
"The Silent Spot"
Red Skelton plays an (real) estate agent trying to sell a house before it collapses.

13.27 [459] The Red Skelton Hour: THE GOON AND SIXPENCE
14Apr1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Vincent Price
Bobby Rydell
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "The Goon And Sixpence"
A spoof of Oliver Twist. Arriving in Merrie Olde London, churlish Forsooth (Skelton) enrolls in Dr. Crookshank's
(Vincent Price) school for thieves. Bobby Rydell joins in the sketch.
Musical Highlights:
Bobby Rydell sings a medley of "When I Take My Sugar to Tea," "My Baby Just Cares for Me," "Walking My Baby Back Home,"
and "You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You."
"The Silent Spot"
Red is shipwrecked on a desert island.

13.28 [460] The Red Skelton Hour: KEEP THE TRAMP FIRES BURNING
21Apr1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Cesar Romero (film star)
Poncie Ponce (nightclub entertainer, of "Hawaiian Eye" fame)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Keep the Tramp Fires Burning"
"Freddie the Freeloader" (Red) and his hobo pals converge upon a Honolulu hotel, much to the dismay of the concierge (Cesar Romero).
Musical Highlights:
Poncie Ponce sings "This Could Be the Start of Something Big," "Orange Tamoure," and "The Good Life."
"The Silent Spot"
Red Skelton shows how a not-so-young policeman assists in the capture of a criminal.

13.29 [461] The Red Skelton Hour: I CAME, I SAW, I CONKED HER
28Apr1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Tony Bennett
Virginia Gray
Jules Munshin

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "I Came, I Saw, I Conked Her"
"George Appleby" (Red), to get rid of his annoying sister-in-law Hortense (Virginia Gray), tries to palm her off on a prospective husband.
Musical Highlights:
Tony Bennett sings "The Show Must Go On" and "Make Someone Happy"
"The Silent Spot"
Red reprises his famous pantomime portrayal of a barber.

13.30 [462] The Red Skelton Hour: I'M HEADING FOR THE LAST GROWN-UP
05May1964 CBS
Guests:
Mickey Rooney (former child actor)
Jackie Coogan (former child actor)
The Snobs (English musical group)
(Eddie Gilbert, on drums; Peter Yerrall, bass guitar; Colin Sandland, lead guitar, and John Boulden, rhythm guitar)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "I'm Heading For the Last Grown-Up"
After seven years at the North Pole, nuclear submarine commander Cavendish (Mickey Rooney) gets his first look
at his son Junior (Red) and immediately applies for re-enlistment.
Musical Highlights:
The Snobs perform "Buckle Shoe Stomp," "Henry VIII" and "Love Potion No. 9."
The Snobs are four 17-year-olds from London who wear powdered wigs, velvet coats, silk cravats and buckle shoes,
17th Century costumes that are alleged to have cost $1,000 each. Recorded, so the legend goes, at a 12th Century
Buckinghamshire mansion, Medmenham Abbey, built on the site of a 12th century monastery.
"The Silent Spot"
Fisherman Red engages in a battle of wits with game warden Jackie Coogan.

13.31 [463] The Red Skelton Hour: CRIME DOESN'T PAY LIKE IT USED TO
12May1964 CBS
Director: Seymour Berns
Guests:
Raymond Burr
The Beach Boys

Main Comedy Sketch: "Crime Doesn't Pay Like It Used To"
Raymond Burr plays a janitor who is put into the high office of district attorney.
"San Fernando Red" (Skelton) tries to discredit his onetime political protégé, DA George Goodguy (Raymond Burr).
Highlights include an amazingly risque bit involving the Indian name "Chief Rain in the Puss,"
and Raymond Burr's refusal to make an entrance unless the orchestra plays the "Perry Mason" theme.
Musical Highlights:
The Beach Boys perform "I Get Around" and "In My Room."
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays a vaudeville magician.
Red Skelton illustrates the best way to serve dinner to a young lady in his rooming house when
the rules prohibit female visitors.

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