More from The Red Skelton Show on Legacy Of Laughs this week. We’ll hear the episode from October 15, 1948, titled, Junior’s Secret.
Browsing: Legacy Of Laughs
This week on Legacy Of Laughs, Lucille Ball in My Favorite Husband. This episode, titled, Liz And The General, first aired September 17, 1948.
It’s Duffy’s Tavern on this week’s Legacy Of Laughs. Here’s the March 9, 1951 episode, Archie The Hypnotist.
It’s The Fred Allen Show on this week’s Legacy Of Laughs. From it we’ll hear, King For A Day, which originally aired May 26, 1946.
Legacy Of Laughs brings you the audition episode of The Martin And Lewis Show this week. Featuring Bob Hope, this one first aired December 21, 1948.
On this week’s Legacy Of Laughs, we hear William Holden’s guest appearance on The Bob Hope Show. This aired April 29, 1952.
We visit The Henry Morgan Show on Legacy Of Laughs this week. From February 5, 1947, here’s Strange Men Of History.
This week on Legacy Of Laughs, The Alan Young Show shares its September 27, 1946 episode titled, The Letter.
This time on Legacy Of Laughs, we’ll hear the May 18, 1943 episode of Fibber McGee And Molly. Here is, Fibber Steals A Car.
We hear from The Mel Blanc Show on this week’s Legacy Of Laughs. Here’s, Mel Plays Santa Claus, from December 24, 1946.