|Title||Down the old Chisholm Trail with the Old Chiseler|
|Character||Deadeye; Mr. Scrooge|
|Guest Star(s)||George Gobel - Tooloose Latrec|
|Opening||Jokes: Weather, Christmas shopping. Mime: Little Boy going to Santa Claus.|
Tooloose Latrec paints a picture of an outlaw. Deadeye goes to Paris to get Latrec to sign it to increase its value.
Comedian George Gobel and the singing The Hollies are Red Skelton's guests on this broadcast from February 1, 1966. In a "Sheriff Deadeye" sketch, would-be artist Deadeye (Red) tries to increase the value of his own paintings by "borrowing" the signature of Parisian impressionist Tooloose Latrec (George). The Hollies perform "I'm Alive" and "Look Through Any Window". In the Silent Spot: Red recreates a classic Buster Keaton routine as an erstwhile suitor who is confused by identical twin girls. by Hal Erickson
Silent Spot: "The Man Who Hated Christmas" Red is a newstand owner that does not have the Christmas spirt.
|Cast||Ray Kellogg; Walker Edmiston; Bea Bradley; Louanne Rhobere; Suzanne Rhobere|