Production info

King Putt
USA, 1954  TV  

TV-series The Red Skelton Show

Red Skelton
Directed by Seymour Berns

King Putt has his hands full when he meets Cleopatra. She thinks he's rich and he thinks she's rich but both don't even have a piece of mummy cloth between them.

Sketch from the popular "Red Skelton Show", an American variety show that was a television staple for almost two decades, from the early 1950s through the early 1970s. Skelton opened with a monologue and this was often followed by a guest-star performance by a singer in combination with comedy sketches. These were usually built around one of Red's many regular characters. See also the sketch "Of Mouth and Men" from 1963.

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