There is absolutely no way to argue about the overwhelming talent of a comedian who remains relevant and active for 70 years…..for “time in service” of making HUMANS laugh for that many years is proof unto itself that funny is funny. Red Skelton’s comedic genius was proved simply by that fact that folks continued buying tickets to see him perform while making them laugh during 8 different decades makes his place in the history of comedy absolutely undeniable.
In regards to our video museum here at ImaSportsphile…..which we have been posting videos into for the better part of four (4) years now….while driving some 18,000.000 views of well over 2500 different artist, athletes and entertainers….and this man of comedy is our most popular subject to date in our entire library…..as Red Skelton has drawn nearly 3,000,000 of our total views of our content. The truth be known is that no other participant within the videos of our entire 6,000 video posted to date has even topped a million….which makes Red Skelton three times more popular than any other celebrity in our museum. We at ImaSportsphile are eternally grateful for the Red Skelton videos that we have…..as these videos posted herewith will provide all the evidence necessary to explain why America’s Clown Prince resides in our penthouse.
Comedy – 1978 – Skit – Red Skelton & John Wayne In “The Marshall And The Outlaw”
Comedy – 1983 – The Tonight Show With johnny Carson With Special Guest Red Skelton
Comedy – September 19, 1968 – The Ed Sullivan Show Featuring Red Skelton’s Stand Up Routine
Comedy – January 18, 1971 – Special – Final Show Of The Red Skelton Show – Red’s Stand Up Monologue
Comedy – 1976 – Special – Jerry Lewis & Red Skelton Pantomime Special – “The Magician’s Assistant”
Comedy – 1978 – Skit – The Red Skelton Show With Phyllis Diller In “The Marshall And The Outlaw Killer Diller”
Comedy – 1982 – NBC Special – Red Skelton Musical Routine “Go Tell Aunt Roady That The Ole Grey Goose Is Dead”
Comedy – 1968 – Highlights Of Some Of Red Skelton’s Most Hilarious Routines
Comedy – 1977 – The Red Skelton Show – With Freddie And The Spies
Comedy – 1978 – Special – The Red Skelton Show Monologue