02/10/1970 - [TV ep. 19.20] "When East Meets West, You've Sure Got a Skinny County" Deadeye GS: Carol Lawrence

Opening: Two drunks (Dr. Humperdoo), Got back from Washington D.C., LA Mayor, Seagulls, Fat Man asking a Girl for a Date, Bull comes out

Mime: Waiting of a date to get dressed [1]
1969-02-10 Valentine Show

02/10/1969 Valentine Show

Music: "Valentine's Day Song" [2]

Silent Spot: "Trying to Lose Weight" [3]

Cast: Brad Logan - Big Bruiser

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson

In a "Sheriff Deadeye" sketch, a saloon gal (guest star Carol Lawrence) strikes terror in the heart of Deadeye (Red Skelton) by aligning herself with his hated rival. Carol sings "Big Spender", then joins the Tom Hansen Dancers for "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head". In other musical highlights, the Dancers and the Jimmy Joyce Singers perform "My Love", while Red sings his own composition, "Tell Her You Love Her", as a valentine to his wife Georgia; ironically, Mr. and Mrs. Skelton would split up a year or so after this episode aired on February 10, 1970. And in the Silent Spot, Red plays a hapless reducing-salon customer.

Note: Show #0921, VTR: 2/2-3-4 [4]. Valentines Day Show

TV ep. 19.19 Airline Hijack > < TV ep. 19.21 People Who Like People Are Cannibals

  1. (DVD) Best of the Red Skelton Show Episode 4, Voxcorp #22522-7
  2. (DVD) Best of the Red Skelton Show Episode 5, Voxcorp #22522-7
  3. (DVD) Best of the Red Skelton Show Episode 6, Voxcorp #22522-7
  4. Script added pages 1/19/70

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