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1969 < > 1971

1970 01/06 TV - Cast sang Berry Gordy's "You've Mad Me So Very Happy". 
01/29 Evenings at the White House [1]
02/06 Merv Griffin Show, walk on as McPugg.
02/10 TV - Valentine song.
02/15 15) AMVETS Silver Helmet award [2]
02/18 News - "Motown Sues CBS On Copyright" (see 01/06/1970) [3]
19) [Print] "Skelton off?" [4]
1970 02

20) [Print] "CBS castoff, Skelton hired by NBC" [5]

02/22 Freedom Award.
02/28 News - "Skelon(sic) Gives 'Lunar Module' to Schools" Prop from TV to LA schools. [6]
1970 03/04 News - "Red Skelton ill, calls off trip" Bronchial infection. Was to receive the American Legion award.[7] Herb Shriner accepts. 
03/09 25th wedding anniversary.
03/26 TV - taped final show for CBS.
1970 04/18 [Award] AMVETS Silver Helment Awards Banquet [8]
05 [Print] "Red Skelton: His terrifying prediction about JFK" [9]
1970 05/00

[Life] Public Relations Award, Legion National Commanders' Award. Accepted by Herb Shriner [10]

1970 06/23 23) [TV] Note: Repeat. Last show on CBS
24) [Print] "Skelton - grand old star in an overdue exit" [11]
26) "Red's in Town" Visits Vincennes to repaints the Skelton bridge. [12]
26) "Pledge of Allegiance, Vincennes Style" Delivers Pledge before baseball game at Busch Stadium, St. Louis. [13]
06

27) [Stage] St. Louis Municipal Opera. [14]

1970 07/24 24) [TV] Show #2 Rehearsal Schedule

Blocking and VTR for Burgundy St. Singers

Intro: Robert Wagner, Tony Randall, Mike Connors, Silent Spot, Freddie, Clem.




Robin Wilson "I've Gotta Be Me", "Just Say Goodbye" Channel Hopping Blackouts "Romper Room", "Soap Opera", "Thank You Mr. Mayor" [15]

07

25) [TV] Show #2 Rehearsal Schedule Blocking and VTR for Burgundy St. Singers

Intro: Robert Wagner, Tony Randall, Mike Connors, Silent Spot, Freddie, Clem.


Robin Wilson "I've Gotta Be Me", "Just Say Goodbye" Channel Hopping Blackouts "Romper Room", "Soap Opera", "Thank You Mr. Mayor" [15] [16]

1970 08/09
1970-08-09 Detroit Free Press
09) [Print] "Red Skelton: A Look Back" [17] (Return to NBC)
22) [Family] Born: Sabrina Maureen Alonso (Granddaughter) [18]
08 27) [Stage] Canadian National Exhibition (Toronto) [19]:
1970-08-28Butter
"70-pound spread depicts Skelton, Kadiddlehopper" [20] [21]
1970 09/14 14) [TV] 1st show back on NBC.
1970 10/00
1970 11/16
1970-11-16 Jack Benny 20th
16) [TV] Jack Benny's Twentieth Anniversary Special

Note: Cameo. Gave Jack Benny a telegram as Clem.

11 29) [TV] Swing Out, Sweet Land (John Wayne special) [22]
1970-11-28TVG cover
1970 12/00




1969 > < 1971

Ref Edit

  1. Program (RSMC)
  2. 1970/02/15 VSC
  3. Hollywood Reporter
  4. Hamilton Spectator, 02/19/1970
  5. Hamilton Spectator, 02/20/1970
  6. Houston Chronicle
  7. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  8. Photo (RSMC)
  9. TV Radio Mirror, 05/1970
  10. American Legion Magazine, 11/1970
  11. by Jack Miller, The Spectator, 06/24/1970
  12. VSC 1970/06/26
  13. VSC 1970/06/28
  14. "Off to See Red" VSC 1970/06/28. A group of Knox County Shriners bus trip.
  15. 15.0 15.1 Script
  16. Program (RSMC)
  17. Detroit Free Press by Lawrence Laurent
  18. AP, "New Granddaughter Stops the Show" 08/24/1970
  19. "Skelton on stage - a labor of the heart" by Jack Miller, The Spectator, 08/28/1970
  20. Globe, 08/28/1970
  21. Spectator, 08/28/1970
  22. "America - A Wayne's Eye View" by Joseph Finnigan. TV Guide 11/28/1970

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