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1999Edit

1999

06/12 - Red Skelton Gallery of Clowns opened.

08/14 - Lothian gives Vincennes University footprints in cement of Red Skelton, Ed Wynn and Charlie Chaplin from the Chaplin studios.

09/24, 25 - "A Tribute to Red Skelton" by Tom Mullica, Vincennes, IN.

12/19 - Indpls Star/News No. 7 Top Hoosier.

2000Edit

2000

www.idoodit.com.

RADIO LIVE! TELEVISION LIVE! by Robert L. Mott.

11/21 - Red Skelton Holicay Collection (DVD)

2001Edit

The Woman I Was Not Born To Be. Autobiography of cast member Aleshia Brevard. [1]

01

16) Died Virginia O'Brien.

19) Contact with Lothian Skelton and Millennium Multi Media.com Corp.

02
03 15) Died Ann Sothern.
04
05
06

Seeing Red [2]

07
08 07) VoxCorp enters video tape release with the estate.
09

"Red Skelton the Consummate Clown" [3]

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11
12

2002Edit

2002

(04/06) TV Guide "TV We'll Always Remember" by Michael Richards

(10/29) Red Skelton's Christmas Jollies (DVD)

2003Edit

Red Skelton In the 30's & 40's [4]

"Scarlett's Sister Ann Rutherford" [5]

"MGM's Great Red Hope Red Skelton and the Whistling Films" [6]

2004Edit

01/22 Died Ann Miller.

[Print] - A Critical History of Television's The Red Skelton Show, 1951-1971 by Wesley Hyatt

2005Edit

  1. Temple University Press
  2. By Wes D. Gehring (c) Robin Vincent
  3. by Conrad Lane, Films of the Golden Age, Fall/2001
  4. by G. D. Hamann (c) Filming Today Press
  5. Interview by Todd Livingston, Scarlet Street #48
  6. by Richard Valley, Scarlet Street #48

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