The Red Skelton Show The Early Years 1951 1955
The incomparable Red Skelton returns to America's living rooms in The Red Skelton Show: The Early Years, 1951-1955! This amazing ninety-episode collection is a perfect showcase for Red's indisputable comic genius as well as a delightful journey back to the Golden Age of Television. Throughout Red's incredible run on network television, his parade of classic characters, including Clem Kadiddlehopper, Cauliflower McPugg, Willie Lump Lump, and Freddie The Freeloader, had audiences at home and in the studio rolling with laughter.
Groucho Marx once called Red Skelton "the logical successor to [Charlie] Chaplin". Johnny Carson lists Red as one of his greatest comedic influences, calling him "one of the great clowns of our time." And Jerry Lewis called working with "the clown mastery" of Red "a lifelong dream come true." Now, for the first time, you too can experience the joy, laughter, and hijinks that was "The Red Skelton Show".