CTVA US Music Variety - "The Red Skelton Hour" (CBS) Season 18 (1968-69)

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Season 18 (CBS) (1968-69)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger Rina Fox
references:
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CBS Tuesdays 8:30 - 9:30 pm

Still riding high in the ratings after 17 seasons on television, Red Skelton launched Season Number 18 on September 24, 1968

18.01 [591] The Red Skelton Hour: HE WHO STEALS MY ROBOT STEALS TRASH
24-Sep-1968 CBS Tue
Guests:
Vincent Price
Boris Karloff
Ed Sullivan
Spanky Wilson
(singer)(first network appearance)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "He Who Steals My Robot Steals Trash"
A musical spoof of monster movies, Clem Kadiddlehopper (Red) is mistaken for an experimental robot by a pair of mad scientists
(Boris Karloff and Vincent Price), who sing "The Two of Us." This episode features two TV firsts:
"The Olio Spot" (new regular feature)
Red and his guests recreate old vaudeville routines.
Musical Highlights:
Spanky Wilson performs "Alfie" and "Apartment 101. "
The Singers and Dancers perform the ensemble number "Nola."
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays a man disturbed by loud noises.

18.02 [592] The Red Skelton Hour: GUESS WHOSE DINNER IS COMING TO FREDDIE?
01-Oct-1968 CBS
Guests:
Van Johnson
The Lettermen

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Guess Whose Dinner Is Coming to Freddie?"
Van Johnson plays a movie director opposite Red Skelton's Freddie the Freeloader
"The Olio Spot,"
Van Johnson joins Red in a "song and snappy patter" rendition of "Tea for Two"
Musical Highlights:
The Lettermen sing a medley of "Goin' Out of My Head," "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You" and "Never My Love."
The Tom Hansen Dancers' interpretation of "Bubbles."
"The Silent Spot"
An old man (Red) goes off on a flight of fancy in a wax museum.

18.03 [593] The Red Skelton Hour: CAULIFLOWER FIDDLES WHILE BOLIVAR BURNS
08-Oct-1968 CBS Tue
Guests:
Maurice Evans (Shakespearean actor)
Shirley Bassey (British singer)
*
Main Comedy Sketch:
Maurice Evans tries to give violin lessons to Cauliflower McPugg (Red), who insists upon wearing his boxing gloves throughout.
Musical Highlights:
Shirley Bassey sings "Walking Happy" and "I Who Have Nothing."
Maurice Evans and the Ensemble perform a lively recitation of Robert W. Service's "The Shooting of Dan McGrew."
"The Olio Spot"
Red and starlet Beverly Hills are kidnaped by a desert sheik.
"The Silent Spot"
Red battles a violent windstorm.

18.4 [594] The Red Skelton Hour: THE REVENGE OF PRUDENCE PENNYWEATHER OR WIDE SADDLES IN THE OLD CORRAL
15-Oct-1968 CBS Tue
Guests:
Martha Raye
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Chanin Hale
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "The Revenge of Prudence Pennyfeather or Wide Saddles in the Old Corral"
Martha Raye joins Red and actress Chanin Hale in a "Sheriff Deadeye" comedy sketch
Musical Highlights:
Martha Raye sings "How About Me."
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition perform "If Wishes Were Horses" and "Listen to the Music."
"The Olio Spot"
Red impersonates a vaudeville hoofer.
"The Silent Spot"
Red reprises his "Charlie the Swinger" characterization.

18.05 [595] The Red Skelton Hour: A WOMAN'S A RAG, A BONE, AND A HANK OF MOUTH
22-Oct-1968 CBS Tue
Guest:
Pat Carroll
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "A Woman's a Rag, a Bone, and a Hank of Mouth"
When George Appleby attends a convention, Clara Appleby (Pat Carroll) suspects that he's indulging in
hanky-panky-and for a while, it looks like she's right!
Musical Highlights:
Pat Carroll sings "When the World Was Young" and (with the Singers and Dancers) "The Other Man's Grass is Always Green,"
"The Olio Spot"
Red performs a solo on the autoharp.
Note:
Trimmed to 55 minutes to accommodate a political message from the Democrats (which undoubtedly thrilled the ultra-conservative Skelton!)

18.06 [596] The Red Skelton Hour:
29-Oct-1968 CBS Tue
Guests:
George Gobel
The Mills Brothers
Jan Davis, Barbara Bostock, Ted Villant and Bob Duggan

*
Main Comedy Sketch:
George Gobel appears with Red Skelton in a "San Fernando Red" sketch, portraying a too-short millionaire who falls in
love with a too-tall damsel (Jan Davis).
Also appearing in the sketch are Barbara Bostock, Ted Villant and Bob Duggan.
Musical Highlights:
The Mills Brothers sing "Opus One" and "Shy Violet."
"The Olio Spot"
(no details)
"The Silent Spot"
In the Silent Spot, Red plays twins-one nice, one nasty-who thoroughly confuse a band of trick-or-treaters.

[--] 5Nov1968 - pre-empted for election coverage.

18.07 [597] The Red Skelton Hour:
12-Nov-1968 CBS Tue
Guests:
Sandler and Young (Tony Sandler and Ralph Young) (vocal duo)
*
Main Comedy Sketch:
Sandler and Young portray The Singing Bandits in a "Sheriff Deadeye" sketch opposite Red Skelton.
Musical Highlights:
Sandler and Young perform "Wagon Wheels," "I Believe" and "Bill Bailey."
The Tom Hansen Dancers offer their versions of "What Does a Mink Think" and "Talk to the Animals."
"The Olio Spot"
Red offers a tribute to W.C. Fields (the first of his many dead-on Fields impersonations).
"The Silent Spot"
(no details)

18.08 [598] The Red Skelton Hour:
19-Nov-1968 CBS Tue
Guests:
Jackie Coogan
Sue Raney
(singer)
*
Main Comedy Sketch:
Freddie the Freeloader (Red) is first in line when Muggsy (Jackie Coogan) opens a hobo retirement home.
Musical Highlights:
Sue Raney sings David Rose's "Holiday for Strings" (Skelton's longtime signature tune)
and with The Tom Hansen Dancers performs "Running Wild."
The Alan Copeland Singers sing The Beatles' "Norwegian Wood."
"The Olio Spot"
(no details)
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays a glassblower with the hiccups.

18.09 [599] The Red Skelton Hour:
26-Nov-1968 CBS Tue
Guests:
Jane Wyman (stepping off her Academy Award pedestal)
The Vogues
Art Gilmore

*
Main Comedy Sketch:
In order to win a trip to Tahiti on a TV game show, George Appleby (Red) and Clara (Jane Wyman) pretend to be "singles."
Art Gilmore, Red's longtime announcer, plays the game show emcee.
Musical Highlights:
The Vogues perform "Turn Around, Look At Me" and "Five O'Clock World."
The Tom Hansen Dancers perform "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee."
"The Olio Spot"
Red plays a crazy French painter.
"The Silent Spot"
Red endures a very rainy Thanksgiving.

18.10 [600] The Red Skelton Hour: LOVE IS A FUNNY THING (four-act Musical Revue) (Special)
3-Dec-1968 CBS Tue
Guest:
Jane Powell
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Love Is a Funny Thing"
Jane Powell & Red Skelton each play five different characters. Jane plays the Fairy Godmother to a lovelorn Clem Kadiddlehopper (Red),
who whisks Clem on a journey along the bumpy road of romance. Skelton also plays Junior Cavendish, The Old Man, the Swinger,
and Willie Lump Lump, while Jane portrays the various women in their lives.
Musical Highlights:
Jane Powell sings "Little Girl Blue" and "Star" (with The Tom Hansen Dancers)

18.11 [601] The Red Skelton Hour:
10-Dec-1968 CBS Tue
Guests:
Ozzie and Harriet Nelson
*
Main Comedy Sketch:
Con artist San Fernando Red (Skelton) persuades the Nelsons (Ozzie and Harriet) to purchase a drive-in restaurant-in the middle of the desert.
Musical Highlights:
Ozzie and Harriet sing "Blue Skies" backed up by The Tom Hansen Dancers, who also peform "Dardanella" and "The Colonel Bogey March."
"The Olio Spot"
A .condemned prisoner (Red) trades one-liners with his executioner (Jan Arvan).
"The Silent Spot"
A peace-loving husband (Red) is snowed in with his wife's loquacious bridge companions.

18.12 [602] The Red Skelton Hour: TWO ON THE ISLE
17-Dec-1968 CBS Tue
Guests:
Dale Robertson
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Two on the Isle"
In a spoof of "Robinson Crusoe," Red Skelton plays "Man Friday" Forsooth opposite Dale Robertson's Crusoe on a cannibal-infested island.
Musical Highlights:
The Tom Hansen Dancers perform "One Love" and "Chicken Reel."
"The Olio Spot"
A football coach (Red) gives a pep talk to his dispirited losing team.
"The Silent Spot"
Sporting-goods salesman Red makes life difficult for a gang of thieves.

18.13 [603] The Red Skelton Hour: A CHRISTMAS STORY: 1777
24-Dec-1968 CBS Tue
Guest:
Everett Dirksen (Illinois Senator)
Georgia Skelton (Red's wife and manager)
*
Main Sketch: "A Christmas Story: 1777"
Senator Dirksen reads Clement Clark Moore's "A Visit from Saint Nicholas"
and narrates the dramatic sketch "A Christmas Story-1777" written by Red, who also plays a lonely soldier at Valley Forge.
Musical Highlights:
Ballerina Jiliana dances to a medley of David Rose tunes.
"The Silent Spot"
Red recreates his classic routine wherein Santa Claus contends with a slippery rooftop.

18.14 [604] The Red Skelton Hour:
31-Dec-1968 CBS Tue
Guests:
Jan Arvan
Dionne Warwick

*
Main Comedy Sketch:
Freddie the Freeloader (Red Skelton) and Muggsy (Jan Arvan) try to avoid a vagrancy charge by-horrors!-going to work.
Musical Highlights:
Dionne Warwick sings "Promises Promises" and "Where Am I Going?"
"The Olio Spot"
Red impersonates W.C. Fields, recreating the "breakfast table" scene from the Fields two-reeler The Barber Shop.
"The Silent Spot"
A man (Red) is squeezed out of his own house during a crowded New Year's Eve party.

18.15 [605] The Red Skelton Hour: WHILE TRYING TO WIN THE WEST, HE LOST THE EAST (copyright title)
07-Jan-1969 CBS Tue / OREG: LP38032.
Guests:
Roland Winters
Lana Cantrell
(singer)
Beverly Powers
Chanin Hale
and Frankie Darro
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "While trying to Win the West, he Lost the East"
Diamond Jim Brady (Roland Winters) hires San Fernando Red (Skelton) to do a background check on Diamond Jim's new girlfriend (Beverly Powers).
Musical Highlights:
Lana Cantrell sings "When the World Was Young," then joins the Tom Hansen Dancers in the production number "Those Were the Days."
"The Olio Spot"
The leader of a musical quartet fires his partners in mid-performance.
"The Silent Spot"
Chanin Hale and Frankie Darro join Red in the story of a male nurse whose job performance suffers whenever a pretty
female nurse sashays into view.

18.16 [606] The Red Skelton Hour: THE BEST THING TO GET OUT OF MARRIAGE IS TO GET OUT OF MARRIAGE (copyright title)
14-Jan-1969 CBS Tue / OREG: LP38033
Guests:
Audrey Meadows
The Lettermen
Ted Mack

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "The best thing to get out of Marriage is to Get Out of Marriage"
Clara Appleby (Audrey) remembers the day that George Appleby (Red) proposed, then both George and Clara look forward
(in a manner of speaking) to their 50th anniversary.
Musical Highlights:
The Lettermen, backed up by The Tom Hansen Dancers, sing "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" and "More."
"The Olio Spot"
Ted Mack and Red spoof Mack's own TV series The Original Amateur Hour
"The Silent Spot"
A mountain climber (Red) searches for a lost plane.

18.17 [607] The Red Skelton Hour: DON'T LOOK A WOODEN GIFT HORSE IN THE MOUTH (copyright title)
21-Jan-1969 CBS Tue / OREG: LP38034.
Guests:
Carol Lawrence
Lou Rawls
Jan Arvan

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Don't Look A Wooden Gift Horse In The Mouth"
Clem Kadiddlehopper (Red) ends up in the Trojan Horse after failing to protect Helen of Troy (Carol Lawrence) from being abducted.
Musical Highlights:
Carol Lawrence and The Tom Hansen Dancers perform "Cinderella Rockefella"
Lou Rawls sings "Down Here on the Ground" and (backed up by the Dancers) "On Broadway"
"The Olio Spot"
A magician causes Red's nagging wife to vanish.
"The Silent Spot"
Two lunch-counter owners (Red, Jan Arvan) become embroiled in a war over customers.
Featured in the cast are Ross Ford, Tim Herbert and Ida May McKenzie.

18.18 [608] The Red Skelton Hour: BEAUTY IS ONLY SKIN DEEP, UNLESS YOU'RE A BANANA (copyright title)
28-Jan-1969 CBS / OREG: LP38035.
Guests:
Phyllis Diller
Grace Markay
(singer)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Beauty is only Skin Deep, unless you're a Banana"
Wealthy Phyllis Diller finds herself at the mercy of fraudulent beauty-spa owner San Fernando Red (Red Skelton).
Musical Highlights:
Grace Markay sings "Maybe This Time," and with The Tom Hansen Dancers "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang"
The Tom Hansen Dancers offers their version of Dave Brubeck's "Take Five."
"The Olio Spot"
A musical act literally falls to pieces.
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays an absent-minded professor.

18.19 [609] The Red Skelton Hour: WHY THE SHOW MUST GO ON (copyright title)
04-Feb-1969 CBS / OREG: LP38036.
Guests:
Jack Soo
Jan Arvan
Billy Barty

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Why the Show must go on"
Red Skelton lambasts media critics in general and his critics in particular.
In the funniest sequences, Roman reviewer scurrilous (Red) pans Cauliflower McPugg (also Red) when the latter is thrown to an angry ape
(originally, this sketch had featured a live lion, but the beast proved difficult in rehearsals).
Jack Soo narrates a Chinese drama, featuring Helen Funai and Lloyd Kino.
Musical Highlights:
Jan Arvan, Billy Barty, and the Tommy Hansen Dancers perform "Scheherezade."
"The Olio Spot"
(no details)
"The Silent Spot"
(no details)

18.20 [610] The Red Skelton Hour: BENEATH THIS RAGGED SHIRT LIES RAGGED UNDERWEAR (copyright title)
11-Feb-1969 CBS / OREG: LP38037
Guest:
Bobby Rydell
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Beneath this Ragged Shirt lies Ragged Underwear"
Mistaken for a Howard Hughes-like billionaire in Las Vegas, Freddie the Freeloader (Red Skelton) tries to promote the fledgling
singing career of busboy Bobby Rydell.
Musical Highlights:
Bobby Rydell sings "Quiet Night," "Carnival" and "Meditation"
"The Olio Spot"
Red again impersonates W.C. Fields
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays a love-smitten caterpillar.

18.21 [611] The Red Skelton Hour: BATHTUB GIN NEVER LEAVES A RING (copyright title)
18-Feb-1969 CBS / OREG: LP38038
Guests:
Mickey Rooney
Hal Frazier
(singer)
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Bathtub Gin never leaves a Ring"
Gangster Big Louie (Mickey Rooney) doesn't know what he's in for when he tangles with Cauliflower McPugg and Bolivar Shagnasty (both played by Red).
Musical Highlights:
Hal Frazier sings "Didn't We" and, with The Tom Hansen Dancers, "Don't Rain on My Parade";
the Dancers also interpret "Look to the Rainbow."
"The Olio Spot"
Red offers a tribute to his idol Ed Wynn.
"The Silent Spot"
Red mimes a door-to-door salesman.

18.22 [612] The Red Skelton Hour: DEADEYE GOES TO SCHOOL aka A LEMON FOR THE TEACHER (copyright title)
25-Feb-1969 CBS / OREG: LP38039
Guests:
Vikki Carr
Florence Lake

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Deadeye goes to School" aka "A Lemon for the Teacher"
A schoolmarm (Vikki Carr) tries to educate the dimwitted Sheriff Deadeye (Red Skelton).
Musical Highlights:
Vikki Carr sings "Mirror," then joins The Tom Hansen Dancers for "Come Rain or Come Shine."
"The Olio Spot"
A recreation of the legendary vaudeville routine "Sausages".
"The Silent Spot"
Red and Florence Lake portray a pair of washed-up Hollywood stars.

[--] 4Mar1969 - pre-empted (possibly for news reports of the Apollo 9 space flight and, at 9pm Eastern, a press conference by President Nixon).

18.23 [613] The Red Skelton Hour: GIVE A MAN ENOUGH ROPE AND HE'LL START A RODEO (copyright title)
11-Mar-1969 CBS Tue / OREG: LP38041.
Guests:
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
Art Gilmore

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Give a man enough rope and he'll start a Rodeo"
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans agree to host a charity rodeo, unaware that San Fernando (Skelton) has rigged the results.
Musical Highlights:
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, the King and Queen of the Cowboys then perform "In a Little Spanish Town" and "Granada"
with The Tom Hansen Dancers,Cwho also appear in the production number "Lazy Day."
"The Olio Spot"
Art Gilmore interviews a man (Red) about to jump off a ledge.
"The Silent Spot"
Red plays the world's wealthiest bachelor.

18.24 [614] The Red Skelton Hour: IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED, FORGET IT (copyright title)
18-Mar-1969 CBS Tue/ OREG: LP38043
Guests:
Merv Griffin
Bern Hoffman

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "If at first you don't succeed, forget it"
In a spoof of his own TV talk show, Merv Griffin interviews Cauliflower McPugg, Bolivar Shagnasty and Willie Lump-Lump-all portrayed by Red Skelton.
Musical Highlights:
Merv Griffin offers a medley of British music-hall songs, including his own signature tune "I've Got a Lovely Bunch of Cocoanuts."
"The Olio Spot"
Red and Bern Hoffman play convicts in a series of crossover gags;
"The Silent Spot"
A wagonmaster holds an open audition for Indian guides.

18.25 [615] The Red Skelton Hour: VAGRANCY IS JUST LOITERING THAT TAKES A LITTLE LONGER (copyright title)
25-Mar-1969 CBS Tue/ OREG: LP38042.
Guests:
Arthur Godfrey
The Young Americans
Jan Arvan

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Vagrancy is just Loitering that takes a little longer"
Freddie the Freeloader (Red Skelton) competes with Shifty Sam (Arthur Godfrey) for the coveted title King of the Hoboes.
Musical Highlights:
The Young Americans sing "Here's That Rainy Day" and "Singin' in the Rain), then join Arthur Godfrey for "Lay Some Happiness on Me."
The Tom Hansen Dancers show up for the production number "American Boys."
"The Olio Spot"
Tourists Red and Jan Arvan make goo-goo eyes at Parisian girls.
"The Silent Spot"
A Gay 90s bachelor goes on a picnic with his sweetheart.

18.26 [616] The Red Skelton Hour: UNEASY LIES THE NECK THAT WEARS THE NOOSE (copyright title)
01-April-1969 CBS Tue / OREG: LP38044.
Guest:
Jack Jones
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Uneasy lies the Neck that wears the Noose"
Jack Jones is fleeced by small-town sheriff Deadeye (Red Skelton).
Musical Highlights:
Jack Jones sings "You Made Me Love You" and "Light My Fire"
The Alan Copeland Singers and The Tom Hansen Dancers join forces for "When I Take My Sugar to Tea" and "How Insensitive."
"The Olio Spot"
(no details)
"The Silent Spot"
A man (Red) suffers a hangover during April Fools' Day

18.27 [617] The Red Skelton Hour: BUTTON UP YOUR OVERCOAT: YOU FORGOT YOUR PANTS
08-Apr-1969 CBS Tue
Guests:
June Lockhart
Gloria Loring
Reta Shaw
Jan Arvan
*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Button Up Your Overcoat: You Forgot Your Pants"
George Appleby (Red Skelton) invents a snowstorm machine which ends up trapping him on a mountaintop with
his wife Clara (June Lockhart), his mother-in-law (Reta Shaw), and a grizzled old prospector (Jan Arvan).
Musical Highlights:
Gloria Loring sings "Until It's Time to Go," and joins the Tom Hansen Dancers for "Don't Tie Me Down."
"The Olio Spot"
A hoofer (Red) is confounded by a trio of chorines.
"The Silent Spot"
A country doctor (Red) delivers a hillbilly baby.

18.28 [618] The Red Skelton Hour: WILL THE REAL ROBIN HOOD PLEASE FALL OUT OF A TREE (copyright title)
15-Apr-1969 CBS Tue / OREG: LP37579.
Guest:
Patrice Munsel
Elaine Joyce
Jimmie Cross

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "Will the real Robin Hood please fall out of a tree"
Maid Marian (Patrice Munsel) chooses fumbling Forsooth (Red Skelton) to pose as Robin Hood when the Sheriff of
Nottingham comes a-gunning.
Musical Highlights:
Patrice Munsel sings You're Gonna Hear From Me" and "Mack the Black," appearing in the latter number with
The Tom Hansen Dancers, who also don "Tiny Tim" costumes for their version of "Tiptoe Through the Tulips."
"The Olio Spot"
In the Olio Spot: Red joins Elaine Joyce and Jimmie Cross in the vintage vaudeville routine "The Right Number";
"The Silent Spot"
Red mimes the role of a messy billboard hanger.

18.29 [619] The Red Skelton Hour: YOU CAN LEAD A HORSE TO WATER, BUT HE'LL GO BY HIMSELF TO SCOTCH (copyright title)
22-April-1969 CBS Tue/ OREG: LP38040
Guests:
Sergio Franchi
Jimmy Cross

*
Main Comedy Sketch: "You can lead a horse to water, but he'll go by himself to Scotch"
The Black Knight (Sergio Franchi) demands a showdown with Clem Kadiddlehopper (Red) on the jousting field.
Musical Highlights:
Sergio Franchi sings "L-O-V-E" and "Non Ti Scordor di Me"
"The Olio Spot"
Drunken tourists Red and Jimmy Cross annoy a Mexican couple;
"The Silent Spot"
Red portrays an international spy.

18.30 [620] The Red Skelton Hour: THE BOSTON POPS SHOW (copyright title) (Season Finale Special)
29-Apr-1969 CBS Tue / OREG: LP38138.
Guests:
Robert Merrill
Arthur Fiedler and The Boston Pops
Synopsis:
Red Skelton's final program for his 18th TV season was taped on location in Boston. Fulfilling a long-standing ambition,
Red hears two of his musical compositions-"My True Love" and "The Kadiddlehopper March"- performed by Arthur Fiedler and The Boston Pops.
Fiedler also wields the baton for "Farandole," "The William Tell Overture," "Holiday for Strings," "Love,"
and the Richard Rodgers medley "Falling in Love with Love," "Oh What a Beautiful Morning" and "It's a Grand Night for Singing,"
while Clem Kadiddlehopper (Red) leads the Pops in a slapstick rendition of "The Poet and Peasant Overture."
Also on hand is Metropolitan Opera star Robert Merrill, who conducts a tour of Boston landmarks, portrays an obstreperous rube
in the "Clem" segment, and sings "The Impossible Dream."

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