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RED SKELTON THE LOST EPISODES VOLUME 2, BLACK AND
UPC CODE: 018713095800
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RED SKELTON THE LOST EPISODES, VOLUME 2
NOT RATED, BLACK AND WHITE
MORE GOLDEN RELICS FEATURING RARE SKETCHES, CLIPS AND BITS NOT SEEN IN OVER 30 YEARS. MORE GREAT MOMENTS WITH RED'S FAMOUS CHARACTERS- FREDDY THE FREELOADER, CLEM KADIDDLEHOPPER, GEORGE APPLEBY AND OTHERS!
"This sensational compilation of scenes that have gone unseen for over 30 years, features TVs king of laughter in unforgettable sketches, clips and bits! You'll see Red popping off flashbulbs in a photo store to see if any are good! His funny opening monologue is accented by his comically expressive eyes, smile and hand gestures. Then watch as Clem Kadiddlehopper convinces a 1960 Census taker (Arte Johnson of Laugh-In fame) that his father is 185 years old. The pun-filled fountain of youth spoof soon move to Hollywood. There, an aging star (Audrey Meadows of the Honeymooners) takes years off her life with Clem's mudpack. From a 1959 show, Freddy the Freeloader makes a Cold War joke about an egg before befriending an inventor (Richard Deacon) being chased by spies. You'll love the Murphy bed that Red's friend Alfred (Edward Everett Horton) must sleep in. When Red was sick in 1961 other comedians filled in, and you'll see Wayne & Shuster with Ed Sullivan demonstrating his rarely seen comedic talents as he plays Clem dealing with two hucksters, then Deadeye with locked spurs, and Freddy with two inspectors. Red's seen in some exceptional pantomime performances before the United Nations in 1960. As George Appleby, Red appears in a large, economy-size skit from 1962, before encountering a poor excuse for a guardian angel (Harpo Marx). Even the crew plays tricks on Red in this one! Finally you'll see Jack Benny making a special presentation for Red's 12th fun packed year on TV!"
Running Time: 70 minutes/Black & White/Not Rated/1995
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