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  1. 12. Mai 1976 · ANCHO MIRAGE, Calif., May 11 (AP)—The 54‐year‐old former wife of Red Skelton, the comedian, has been found dead; from an apparentely self‐inflicted gunshot wound, sheriff's; deputies say. The...

  2. Red Skelton's Wife Accidentally Shot. LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UP!) - Georgia Skelton, the wife of comedian Red Skelton, was shot accidentally in the chest early today. Mrs. Skelton, who was married to the entertainer in 1945, was reported in “satisfactory” condition at Sunrise Hospital. i Lt. Glenn Simmons, chief of the Clark County sheriff’s ...

  3. › wiki › Red_SkeltonRed Skelton - Wikipedia

    By 1954, Skelton's program moved to CBS, where it was expanded to one hour and renamed The Red Skelton Hour in 1962. Despite high ratings, the show was canceled by CBS in 1970, as the network believed that more youth-oriented programs were needed to attract younger viewers and their spending power. Skelton moved his program to NBC, where he completed his last year with a regularly scheduled ...

  4. Georgia Davis was born on September 17, 1921 in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, USA. She was an actress, known for Hoosier Holiday (1943).She was married to Red Skelton.She died on May 10, 1976 in Rancho Mirage, California, USA.

    • September 17, 1921
    • May 10, 1976
  5. By JULIE BAUMER Georgia Skelton, wife of comedian Red Skelton, was reported in satisfactory condition this morning at Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas, where she is recovering from an accidental shooting in the couple’s suite at the Sands Hotel on Monday night.

  6. Georgia Davis. Red Skelton's second wife. 1921/09/17 - Born: Georgia Maureen Davis, Glenwood Springs, Garfield County, Colorado. 1945/03/09 Married Red Skelton at Beverly Vista Community Church, Los Angeles, CA. 1947/05/05 - Born: Valentina Marie Skelton. 1948/05/20 - Born: Richard Freeman Skelton. 1971/02 - Surgery to correct a shoulder ailment.

  7. 14. Juli 2017 · Edna Stillwell and the “Real Making of Red”. Edna Stillwell working with comedian husband Red Skelton, The Times (Shreveport, LA), December 16, 1941, 6, accessed Guzzler’s Gin, Dunking Donuts, “I dood it!:”. Red Skelton’s iconic characters and quips would not exist without the influence of his first wife Edna Stillwell.