Producer: Cecil Barker. Director: Seymour Berns. Writer: Sherwood Schwartz, Dave O'Brien, Al Schwartz. Associate Director: Howard A. Quinn. Choreographer: Jack Boyle. Musical Director: David Rose. Special Material: Jack Lloyd. Art Director: Edgar Lansbury. Script Secretary: Connie Dresselhouse. Stage Manager: Willie Dahl. Technical Director: A. J. Cunningham. Lighting Director: Douglas Morris. Wardrobe: Frank Novak. Set Decorator: Anthony Mondell. Secretary to Producer: Terri Weissenberger. Secretary to the Writers: Mary Strohm
09.01 09/29/1959 "Freddie's Beat Shack" GS: Errol Flynn, Scott Engel Beatniks believe that Freddie's shack is a coffeehouse.
09.07 11/17/1959 - "Appleby the Weather Man"Opening: 1st Annual Who's Who in Radio and Television 1960 award, SeagullsMime: Different people on airplanes.Dance number: Dancers in spacesuits.Appleby is able to predict the weather. The space program wants him and so to spies. They take him to there county but find out that Appleby predict the weather by his wife's ailments.Cast:Mercades McCambridge - Clara, Peter Lorre - , Jamie Farr - Lazlo, Frank Albertson - General Scott, Bob Carson - General Evans, Susan Shere - ZorinaVideo , 
.08 GS: Jayne Meadows
by Hal Erickson
Teenaged Tuesday Weld, who was rapidly ascending to stardom by virtue of her appearances on The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, is Red Skelton's guest on this episode from December 1, 1959. In the comedy sketch "Appleby the Big Producer," Clara Appleby (Mary Beth Hughes tells all her friends that her husband George is a Hollywood producer, when in fact he runs a hamburger stand in one of the studios. To make good Clara's claims, George tries to persuade a gorgeous starlet (Weld) to appear in a jerry-built film project.
by Hal Erickson
Singer Bobby Rydell makes the first of many Red Skelton Show appearances on this full-color telecast from December 8, 1959. In the comedy sketch "Bolivar the Songwriter," pugnacious Bolivar Shagnasty (Red) is nagged by his prospective mother-in-law to get a job. Hoping to shut her mom up, Bolivar's sweetie Myrtle (Barbara Nichols) claims that her beau is a songwriter. Compounding the lie, Myrtle further claims that Bobby Rydell plans to record Bolivar's latest composition.
Red Skelton welcomes sultry singer Julie London and former child star Jackie Coogan to his telecast of January 5, 1960. In the comedy sketch "Clem the Disc Jockey," hayseed Clem Kadiddlehopper (Red) operates a radio station in his Uncle's general store. A big-city manager (Jackie) approaches Clem, promising him a huge financial consideration if he'll promote an up-and-coming vocalist (Julie).
On this broadcast from January 26, 1960, veteran movie tough guy George Raft joins Red Skelton in a "Cauliflower McPugg" sketch. In order to arrange a fixed fight, crooked promoter Mike McCluskey (Raft) must locate the world's worst boxer. He finds his man in the form of washed-up champ Cauliflower McPugg (Skelton), who is so preoccupied with the "little birdies" in his head that he cannot possibly win in the ring-or can he?
Marilyn Maxwell guest-stars in one of Red Skelton's few live telecasts of the 1959-60 season. In the main comedy sketch, George Appleby (Red) attends a boat show, where he makes a deal to purchase the vessel of his dreams. Alas, George's wife Clara (Marilyn) has already blown their joint bank account on a mink coat. This episode was broadcast on February 16, 1960.
This half-hour Red Skelton Show was one of Red's few live telecasts for the 1959-60 season; for the most part, he had "converted" to videotape, enabling him to adlib to his heart's content while the tape editor made certain that the show came in on time. In the comedy sketch "Deadeye the Blacksmith", a small western town is rocked by the mysterious murders of several village smithies. Ordered to locate the killer, Sheriff Deadeye (Red) reluctantly poses as a horseshoe-er. This episode aired March 8, 1960.
09.26 04/12/1960 "Clem's Youth Water" GS: Audrey Meadows, Arte Johnson
by Hal Erickson
Tonight's comedy sketch is titled "Super-Cauliflower." Basil Rathbone and Elena Verdugo appear respectively as Hugh Rubicoff and Ruth Sanders, a pair of slightly mad scientists who have created a strength serum. They use their concoction on an unwitting human guinea pig: Over-the-hill prizefighter Cauliflower McPugg (Red Skelton). This episode was shown on April 19, 1960.
.28 GS: Cesar Romero, Arte Johnson, Ray Kellogg
.29 GS: Edward Everett Horton, Dick Foran
09.30 05/24/1960 "Clem and the Beanstalk"
Opening: Politian speeches, Fairy Tales.
Mime: Ugly Duckling
Mamie Van Doren - Leona (Sings: "It's the Wrong Song")
09.31 06/14/1960 "The Many Skeltons" GS: Marilyn Maxwell
Opening: Ben-Hur, Telephone, Mike Todd, Seagulls (Telephone wire)
Dance number: "Anything Goes"
Marilyn Maxwell - Operator
Monty Margetts - Willie's wife
Plot: Many of Skelton's characters uses an answering service.
Bolivar Shagnastyis a TV repair man that goes to the wrong address.
Phone call to remind Willie Lump Lump to pick up his wife but he can't find the phone.
Maxwell sings "It's a Perfect Relationship" for the Broadway musical Bells are Ringing.
Repeated 03/27/1962 but McPugg part was edited due the death of boxer Benny "Kid" Paret. Repeat on DVD.
09.32 GS: Vivian Vance
by Hal Erickson
Red Skelton closed out his 9th TV season with a virtuoso performance in the comedy sketch "The Many Skeltons." Relentlessly plugging the new film version of the Broadway musical Bells are Ringing, guest star Marilyn Maxwell plays Esther, the main receptionist at the Weansweryourphone Answering Service. In addition to singing "It's a Perfect Relationship", Esther fields calls from a variety of kooky clients, all played by Skelton: Hayseed Clem Cadiddlehopper, tough guy Bolivar Shagnasty, punchdrunk boxer Cauliflower McPugg, inebriated Willie Lump Lump, and henpecked hubby George Appleby (Monty Margetts is seen as George's wife Clara). When this episode, first seen on June 14, 1960, was rebroadcast on March 27, 1962, several of Cauliflower McPugg's lines-notably "I sure had my opponent scared; he was scared he was gonna kill me!"-were edited out, due to the recent death of boxer Benny \"Kid\" Paret during a televised bout.