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- nicholas miloser jr.
And may God Bless He wasnt afraid to mention our Lord on TV
Best Comedian Ever, suitable for family viewing.
- Jerlene Muns
I grew up watching this lovable man on TV. I was very fortunate to see Red Skelton in a Live performance in Pocatello ID. in 1985. He was a very talented man. His movies and writings should be shared with all ages more often. He was the most loved and admired comedian of all time for his wholesomeness and very funny characters. He surely is Missed!
Celebrating his birthday.
- Mark Kratzner
Thank you TCM for showing many of Red's films on his 95th birthday. Now it is time to start plans for his 100th.
Most Admired Comedian
- Rick Butsch
I always looked forward to see the "Red Skelton Show" when I was younger and I still do today. Red could make any situation look and sound funny. Although he looked uncomfortable in some of the movies he acted in, he was more in his character on stage being a comedian. I know Red was one of a kind comedian that will be very difficult to replicate. I will end this as Red Skelton would. God Bless.
He set the standard!
- Tom Ernst
When one speaks of comedians, one would have to begin, I believe, with Red Skelton. His name, career, and performances are synomous with comedy and early television. Red Skelton and entertainment in America of the 40's and 50's and 60's are one in the same. Come visit the recently (6/06) opened Red Skelton Museum/Theatre located in his hometown of Vincennes Indiana and on the campus of Vincennes University.