Red Skelton

Red Skelton (July 18, 1913? September 17, 1997) was an American comedian who was best known as a top radio and television star from 1937 to 1971. Skelton's show business career began in his teens as a circus clown and went on to vaudeville, Broadway, films, radio, TV, night clubs and casinos, all while pursuing another career as a painter. Skelton, who has stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his radio and television work, is quoted as saying, "I just want to be known as a clown, beca ... more on Wikipedia

Red Skelton Filmography

video movie 2008 Mike Douglas: Moments & Memories as Himself
movie 2006 A/k/a Tommy Chong as Himself
video movie 2004 Christmas in Tinseltown as Himself
tv movie 2001 I Love Lucy's 50th Anniversary Special
tv movie 2001 Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days as Himself
tv series 1999 The Rat Pack as Himself
tv movie 1998 The 70th Annual Academy Awards as Himself
tv movie 1996 Classic Stand-Up Comedy of Television as Himself
tv movie 1995 Ed Sullivan All-Star Comedy Special as Himself
tv movie 1995 Inside the Dream Factory as Himself
tv movie 1995 Pioneers of Primetime as Himself
movie 1994 Entertaining the Troops as Himself
tv movie 1993 Bob Hope's Bag Full of Christmas Memories as Himself
tv movie 1993 The First Annual Comedy Hall of Fame as Himself
tv movie 1992 Legends of Comedy
tv movie 1989 The 3rd Annual American Comedy Awards as Himself
tv movie 1986 The 38th Annual Emmy Awards as Himself - Winner: Governor's Award
tv movie 1985 All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan as Himself
movie 1985 That's Dancing! as Himself
tv movie 1984 Red Skelton's Funny Faces III as Himself - Host
tv movie 1984 Red Skelton: A Royal Command Performance as Himself
tv movie 1984 The Great Standups as Himself
tv movie 1984 Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 22nd Anniversary as Himself
tv movie 1984 Unrehearsed Antics of the Stars as Himself
video movie 1983 Errol Flynn: Portrait of a Swashbuckler as Himself
tv movie 1983 Red Skelton's More Funny Faces as Himself - Host
tv movie 1980 Red Skelton's Funny Faces as Himself - Host
tv movie 1980 Sinatra: The First 40 Years as Himself
video movie 1979 The Hollywood Clowns
tv movie 1978 Bob Hope All Star Christmas Special as Himself
tv movie 1978 General Electric's All-Star Anniversary as Himself
tv movie 1978 Happy Birthday, Bob as Himself
tv movie 1978 The 35th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Himself - Cecil B. DeMille Award Winner
tv movie 1977 The 49th Annual Academy Awards as Himself - Presenter: Best Sound
tv movie 1976 CBS Salutes Lucy: The First 25 Years as Himself
tv movie 1976 Monsanto Night Presents Walt Disney's America on Parade as Host
tv movie 1976 Rudolph's Shiny New Year as Father Time
movie 1976 That's Entertainment, Part II as Clip from 'Three Little Words'
movie 1974 That's Entertainment! as Himself - at Banquet
tv movie 1970 Jack Benny's Twentieth Anniversary Special as Himself
tv movie 1970 Swing Out, Sweet Land as Newspaper Printer
tv series 1967 The Bob Braun Show as Himself
tv movie 1966 Clown Alley as Freddie the Freeloader
movie 1965 Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes as The Neanderthal Man
movie 1964 The Big Parade of Comedy as Aubrey Filmore in 'A Southern Yankee'
tv movie 1963 CBS: The Stars' Address as Himself
tv movie 1961 CBS Fall Preview Special: Seven Wonderful Nights as Himself
movie 1960 Ocean's Eleven as Gambler
tv movie 1960 Red Skelton Timex Special as Host
tv movie 1959 The Red Skelton Chevy Special as Freddie the Freeloader
movie 1957 Public Pigeon No. One as Rusty Morgan
movie 1956 Around the World in Eighty Days as Drunk in Barbary Coast Saloon
movie 1954 Hollywood Goes to War as Himself
movie 1954 Susan Slept Here as Oswald from North Dakota
movie 1954 The Great Diamond Robbery as Ambrose C. Park
movie 1953 Half a Hero as Ben Dobson
movie 1953 The Clown as Dodo Delwyn
tv series 1953 Carson's Coffee Break as Himself - Guest
movie 1952 Lovely to Look at as Al Marsh
movie 1951 Excuse My Dust as Joe Belden
movie 1951 Texas Carnival as Cornie Quinell
movie 1950 Duchess of Idaho as Guest Master of Ceremonies
movie 1950 Moments in Music as Himself, edited from: Neptune's Daughter
movie 1950 The Fuller Brush Girl as Himself - Fuller Brush Man
movie 1950 The Yellow Cab Man as Augustus 'Red' Pirdy
movie 1950 Three Little Words as Harry Ruby
movie 1950 Watch the Birdie as Rusty Cammeron
movie 1949 Neptune's Daughter as Jack Spratt
movie 1949 Some of the Best: Twenty-Five Years of Motion Picture Leadership as Himself
movie 1948 A Southern Yankee as Aubrey Filmore
movie 1948 The Fuller Brush Man as Red Jones
movie 1947 A Crime Does Not Pay Subject: The Luckiest Guy in the World as Himself - Comedian on Radio
movie 1947 Merton of the Movies as Merton Gill aka Clifford Armytage
movie 1947 Week End in Hollywood as Himself
movie 1946 Rough But Hopeful as Himself
movie 1946 The Show-Off as J. Aubrey Piper
movie 1945 Ziegfeld Follies as J. Newton Numbskull
movie 1944 Bathing Beauty as Steve Elliot
movie 1944 Radio Bugs as Himself
movie 1943 Du Barry Was a Lady as Louis Blore
movie 1943 I Dood It as Joseph 'Joe' Rivington Renolds
movie 1943 Thousands Cheer as Red Skelton
movie 1943 Whistling in Brooklyn as Wally 'The Fox' Benton
movie 1942 Maisie Gets Her Man as 'Hap' Hixby
movie 1942 Panama Hattie as Red
movie 1942 Ship Ahoy as Merton K. Kibble
movie 1942 Whistling in Dixie as Wally 'The Fox' Benton
movie 1941 Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day as Vernon Briggs
movie 1941 Lady Be Good as Joe 'Red' Willet
movie 1941 The People vs. Dr. Kildare as Vernon Briggs
movie 1941 Whistling in the Dark as Wally Benton
movie 1940 Flight Command as Lieut. 'Mugger' Martin
movie 1939 Seeing Red as Red
movie 1939 The Broadway Buckaroo as Red
movie 1938 Having Wonderful Time as Itchy

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Trailer Park - January 25, 1955. The Red Skelton Show is an American variety show that was a television staple for two decades, from 1951 to 1971. During its...





The Red Skelton Show - Trailer Park Jan 25-1955 Part 1.


Theatrical trailer for the delightful 1943 musical-comedy, I DOOD IT, starring Red Skelton, Eleanor Powell, Lena Horne and Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra. To.