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1965 - [Life] Valentina Skelton graduates

1965 01 01/19/1965 - [TV ep. 14.17] "The Seven Year Wretch" Appleby GS: Archie Moore, Shani Wallis
1965 02/02 TV - "Concert in Pantomime" [1]
1965 03 03/23/1965 - [TV ep. 14.26] "Freddie at the South Pole" GS: George C. Scott, the Honeycombs
03/30/1965 - [TV ep. 14.27] "Appleby's Soul" GS: Raymond Burr, the Kinks
1965 04 04/20/1965 - [TV ep. 14.30] "Deadeye's Daughter" GS: Connie Stevens
04/27/1965 - [TV ep. 14.31] "Freddie mets the Munster" GS: Fred Gwynne, Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas
05 [Print] "Red Skelton -- Television's Clown Prince" [2]
1965 05

27) [Print] Four for Las Vegas [3]

06 07) Skelton polka "Twirl, Twirl, Twirl" played by Lawrence Welk. [4]
1965 06

16) [Film] Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines

1965 07 18) Skelton's musical compositions were repesented in the Sands Concert Hall by the Antonio Morelli Orchestra, under the direction of Skelton's musical conductor, Don Ferris. [5][6]
1965 08
1965 09 13) [Print] A Red Skeleton in Your Closet. [3]

Red Skelton, who was among the first TV personalities to appear in color on a weekly basis back in the 1950s, only to be forced exclusively into black-and-white telecasts due to a feud between his home network CBS and RCA-controlled NBC, returned to full color with the September 14, 1965 broadcast of The Red Skelton Hour. Joining Red in this first episode of his 15th season were actor Paul Ford and the rock-and-rolling Freddie and the Dreamers. In the main comedy sketch, Clem Kadiddlehopper (Red) falls in love with the girl dummy controlled by ventriloquist Quincy Quiverlips (Paul). In the Silent Spot, Red and Sheila Rogers play a married couple returning home from vacation.

09/21/1965 Bobby Darin, Jackie and Gayle
1965 09/28 TV - "Hobo A Go-Go" (taping) [7]Mickey Rooney, the U.S. Drum and Bugle Team of Pacific Fleet Force
10/05/1965 Patrice Munsel, Peter and Gordon, Cliff Osmond
10/12/1965 Bobby Rydell, the New Christy Minstrels
1965 10 16) [Print] TV Guide "Portrait of a Clown" by Ronald Searle
10/19/1965 Harv Presnell, Reta Shaw
1965-10-19TVSFREDHOUR

10/19/1965

1965 10/25 TV - "Goofy, Goofy, Gander" (taping) [8]
10/26/1965 Johnny Mathis
1965-10-26

10/26/1965

1965 11 11/02/1965 Audrey Meadows, Douglas Fowley, the Letterman
11/09/1965 Bill Dana, Vic Dana, Mary Wickes, Sandra Gould
11/16/1965 Stanley Holloway, the Youngfolk
1965-11-16 Holloway

11/16/1965

11/23/1965 [Pre-mpted "Tribute to Stan Laurel]
11/30/1965 Robert Morse, the Animals ("We Gotta Get Out of This Place", "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood"), Doris Singleton
1965-11-25 Morse

11/30/1965

1965 12 12/07/1965 Robert Vaughn, the Doodletown Pipers, Carol Byron
12/14/1965 Tallulah Bankhead, Horst Jankowski
1965-12-14

12/14/1965

12/21/1965 [Repeat 12/22/1964]
12/28/1965 Cesar Romero, the Silkie, Emmaline Henry, Barbara Morrison, Helen Kleeb







1964 > < 1966

  1. Program (RSMC)
  2. by Noel F. Busch, Reader's Digest, 05/1965
  3. 3.0 3.1

    Catalog of Copyright Entries. Third Series: 1965: July-DecemberEdit

    By Library of Congress. Copyright Office

  4. 1965/06/07 Indpls News
  5. http://johnnysjoint.angelfire.com/SandsHotel2.html
  6. Program (RSMC)
  7. Program (RSMC)
  8. Program (RSMC)

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