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Where Yesterdays Live - A Stroll Down Memory Lane
Remember when there were clean jokes that were really funny? This man was a master.
We had the same Fuller Brush man for years. I remember Red Skelton too!
Red Skeleton... so funny
Red Skelton as a kid we watched this show together....could still watch it today no prob
Memory - watching the Red Skelton show sitting on the couch with my dad and both of us with a bowl of fudge ripple ice cream : )
one of dad's favorites
One of the comedians that I loved as a child, Red Skelton. Knew how to make people laugh without foul language.
1943 Red Skelton. Loved watching him as a child...such talent.
Washing machine 50-60
Some of my warmest memories are listening to my dad laugh as he watched Red Skelton.
Freddie the Free Loader played by Red Skelton. I LOVED RED, especially when he did Gertrude and Heathcliff, the talking seagulls. Hilarious!
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.
Rain Bonnets...didn't every Mom carry one in their purse for an emergency?
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.
"The Fuller Brush Man" starring Red Skelton & Janet Blair on Antenna TV -- 6/5/2012 (Tue) at 7a ET & 6/8/2012 (Fri) at 3a ET.