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Red Skelton as a kid we watched this show together....could still watch it today no prob

The Fuller Brush man was an icon in the 1940s and 50s. The door-to-door salesmen of personal and home cleaning products. Still have my dad's coat brush.

1943 Red Skelton. Loved watching him as a child...such talent.

One of the comedians that I loved as a child, Red Skelton. Knew how to make people laugh without foul language.

Some of my warmest memories are listening to my dad laugh as he watched Red Skelton.

The Red Skelton Show is an American variety show that ran from 1951 to 1971. It was 2nd to Gunsmoke and 3rd to The Ed Sullivan Show. Skelton, had been a radio star and also appeared in motion pictures. Although his series was associated with CBS, for 15+ years, it actually began and ended on NBC. During its run, the program received 3 Emmy Awards, for Skelton as best comedian and the program as best comedy show during its initial season, and an award for comedy writing in 1961.

Freddie the Free Loader played by Red Skelton. I LOVED RED, especially when he did Gertrude and Heathcliff, the talking seagulls. Hilarious!

One of the first sugarless gums...the one I preferred

Vintage Cherry Red Bakelite Ice Cream Scoop: I think homemade ice cream would taste super good served up with this retro scoop with the satisfying swivel action.

Man on the moon July 20, 1969 Neil Armstrong, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”

It was hard to dream of sugar plums on Christmas night and Easter bunnies at Easter as I tried to sleep in these little torture curlers. And the curls never stayed for long the next day no matter how much dippity doo was used.