Comedy – Red Skelton – The Eiffel Tower & Freddie The Freeloader

DOG COMMENTARY: America’s Clown Prince of Comedy was the beloved comedian Red Skelton….who performed by entertaining audiences for over 70 years in medicine shows, on river boats, on radio, in vaudeville, in films and on live television….as he spent a lifetime making folks laugh with a very special God given talent.  Born on July 18,…

MLB – 1986 ALCS – Boston Red Sox VS California Angels – Game 4

DOG COMMENTARY: Game 4 of the 1986 American League Championship Series between the Boston Red Sox vs the California Angels was played on Saturday, October 11, 1986, at Anaheim Stadium in Anaheim, California….the home of the Angels….as the game was won by California by a score of 1 – 0 in a serious pitching duel…

Comedy – Red Skelton – Stand Up Routine & The Wonderful World of Mimishant

DOG COMMENTARY: Comedian and entertainer extraoidinair Red Skelton just might become the most influencial artist from the combined world of sports, comedy and music in Imasportsphile’s 2300 hrs. of vintage video library….which means if my dreams come true….he will quite possibly help more children than he ever expected….cuz after I have the entire content of…

Comedy – Red Skelton – The Drive In Theatre & The Sculpter & The Isreali Dancer

DOG COMMENTARY: Richard “Red” Skelton (July 18, 1913 – September 17, 1997) was an American entertainer….who was best known for his national radio and television acts between 1937 and 1971….and as host of the television program The Red Skelton Show….who has stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his work in radio and television…as he…

Comedy – Red Skelton – Clem Kaddlehoffer & How To Dunk Donuts & Greek Waiter

DOG COMMENTARY: This video clip features the work of one of America’s greatest treasures….their own and never to be replaced Clown Prince of Comedy….as the one and only Red Skelton does one of his famous characters unforgettable characters in Clem Kaddlehoffer….only to follow up with a classic Skelton mime on “How to Dunk Donuts”….and ending…

NFL – Greatest QBs – Sammy Baugh & Sonny Jurgenson & Joe Namath

DOG COMMENTARY: As I continue to post Bone Daddy’s entire 2300 hour video vintage sports, comedy and music library on this site…..which includes many hours of NFL Films from the 1940’s, 50’s, 60’s and 70’s that featured their Greatest Players Ever Series….that so aptly highlighted the careers of NFL players that they considered the greatest…

Boxing – Heavyweight Champions – Joe Louis – Tribute To The Brown Bomber

DOG COMMENTARY: Joe Louis was to the heavyweight boxing championship title in the 1940’s….that Jack Johnson was to the 1910’s…..that Jack Dempsey was to the 1920’s….that Rocky Marciano was to the 1950’s….that Muhammad Ali was to the 1960’s and 1970’s….that Larry Holmes was to the early 1980’s…..that Mike Tyson was to the late 1980’s and…

Boxing – Heavyweight Champions – Jack Johnson – Boxings Best Part 1

  DOG COMMENTARY: The life and times of Jack Johnson was a storied history that spanned the globe in the early 1900’s…..as this professional boxer from Galveston, TX provided the background that allowed him to become the most universally known African-American in the world…..who early in his boxing career beat former black heavyweight champ Frank Childs…

Boxing – Heavyweight Champions – Jack Johnson – Boxings Best Special

DOG COMMENTARY: John Arthur “Jack” Johnson (March 31, 1878 – June 10, 1946) was an American boxer nicknamed the Galveston Giant….who at the height of the Jim Crow era of boxing….became the first American black world heavyweight boxing champion….holding the title for 7 years from 1908  to 1915…..but Johnson’s biggest fight was not in the ring….as he…