Red Skelton


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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George Balzer

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George Balzer on writing for The Red Skelton Show

Milton Berle

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Milton Berle on his thoughts on people with whom he's worked - Red Skelton

Al Borden

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Al Borden on Red Skelton

Phyllis Diller

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Phyllis Diller on comedian Red Skelton

Jamie Farr

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Jamie Farr on Sherwood Schwartz looking for a project for Red Skelton and tapping Farr for it
Jamie Farr on his role on The Red Skelton Show being similar to his role on M*A*S*H
Jamie Farr on keeping in touch with Red Skelton when Farr got drafted in 1957, and Skelton helping his career after the Korean War
Jamie Farr on Sherwood Schwartz writing for The Red Skelton Show and how well Farr and Skelton got along
Jamie Farr on the dog tags he wore as "Klinger" on M*A*S*H and how the show was similar to the real Korean Way (in which Farr had served)

Irving Fein

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Irving Fein on Red Skelton

Betty Garrett

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Betty Garrett on various people she's worked with in her career: Red Skelton, and on her manager Lou Mandell

Seaman Jacobs

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Seaman Jacobs on Red Skelton

Don Knotts

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Don Knotts on Red Skelton, and his famed "blue" rehearsals and joke file

Harvey Korman

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Harvey Korman on working with Red Skelton

Jerry Lewis

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Jerry Lewis on Red Skelton

Charles Lisanby

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Charles Lisanby on doing production design for The Red Skelton Show

Kent McCray

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Kent McCray on various tasks he undertook at NBC, and on working with Ralph Edwards, Red Skelton, and Ed Sullivan

Larry Rhine

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Larry Rhine on writing for The Red Skelton Show
Larry Rhine on the characters of The Red Skelton Show
Larry Rhine on Red Skelton missing shows on The Red Skelton Show
Larry Rhine on Red Skelton on The Red Skelton Show, and on the writers of the show

Jay Sandrich

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Jay Sandrich on being amazed at the technicality of Lucille Ball's comedic approach, and watching her ask Red Skelton to teach her pantomime

William Schallert

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William Schallert on working with Red Skelton

Bob Schiller

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Bob Schiller and Bob Weiskopf on writing for The Red Skelton Show; on Red's reputation among writers
Bob Schiller and Bob Weiskopf on a picture of Red Skelton with Bob Schiller

Sherwood Schwartz

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Sherwood Schwartz on agreeing to work on The Red Skelton Show
Sherwood Schwartz on Red Skelton's pantomiming abilities
Sherwood Schwartz on leaving The Red Skelton Show

Dick Stiles

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Dick Stiles on working at CBS Television City as a page in the early '60s and on becoming a draftsman for The Red Skelton Show

John Strauss

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John Strauss on representing Red Skelton

George Sunga

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George Sunga on "spying on" Red Skelton

William Tankersley

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William Tankersley on one of his favorite entertainers, Red Skelton

Bob Weiskopf

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Bob Schiller and Bob Weiskopf on writing for The Red Skelton Show; on Red's reputation among writers
Bob Schiller and Bob Weiskopf on a picture of Red Skelton with Bob Schiller

Tucker Wiard

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Tucker Wiard on working on The Red Skeleton Show
Tucker Wiard on a mentor he learned from in the early days of his editing career

Ben Wolf

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Ben Wolf shooting The Red Skelton Show
Ben Wolf on Red Skelton in front on the camera
Ben Wolf on his relationship with Red Skelton
Ben Wolf on the rehearsal for The Red Skelton Show
Ben Wolf on how Red Skelton worked with the cameras

Frederic Ziv

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Frederic Ziv on his thoughts on people with whom he's worked - Red Skelton

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