The Red Skelton Hour (1951–2016)

John Wayne's 40th Anniversary or Hominy and True Grits - guests John Wayne, The Baja Marimba Band 

Red starts off with a monologue about how sex has affected movies, and mimes a little boy at a monster film. Guest John Wayne does a skit about different sorts of autograph hunters and one ... See full summary »

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Bill Hobin
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Red Skelton ... Self - Host / Sheriff Deadeye / Gertrude / Heathcliffe
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
The Baja Marimba Band The Baja Marimba Band ... Themselves
David Rose and His Orchestra David Rose and His Orchestra ... Themselves
Bob Duggan Bob Duggan ... Minor Role
Sam Edwards ... Minor Role
Tommy Farrell ... Minor Role
Art Gilmore ... Self - Announcer
Chanin Hale ... Minor Role
The Jimmy Joyce Singers The Jimmy Joyce Singers ... Themselves
Maurice Kelly Maurice Kelly ... Dancer
Brad Logan Brad Logan ... Minor Role
George N. Neise ... Pub Patron (as George Neise)
David Rose David Rose ... Self - Orchestrator
David Sharpe ... Little Old Lady / Silent Spot
Reta Shaw ... Minor Role
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Storyline

Red starts off with a monologue about how sex has affected movies, and mimes a little boy at a monster film. Guest John Wayne does a skit about different sorts of autograph hunters and one where Deadeye faces Rooster Cogburn in a saloon duel. The silent spot, titled "The Happy Irish Pub", sees Red hired as a jig-dancing, furniture-smashing bouncer. Written by WesternOne

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The surviving videotape of this episode now shows the retitled series version, "The Skelton Scrapbook" copyrighted in 1971. See more »

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Language:

English

Release Date:

28 October 1969 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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