Red Skelton Autograph

Richard Red Skelton (July 18, 1913 – September 17, 1997) was an American entertainer best known for his national radio and television shows between 1937 and 1971, especially as host of the television program The Red Skelton Show. He has stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his work in radio and television, and also appeared in burlesque, vaudeville, films, nightclubs, and casinos, all while he pursued an entirely separate career as an artist. More about Red Skelton

Current items with a signature of Red Skelton

These are the most current items with a signature of Red Skelton that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

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thumbnailDancer Ann Miller Signed Autograph - Watch The Birdie with Red Skelton - Original 8 x 10 inch Autographed 1950 Lobby Card Photo$54.75logo
thumbnailORIGINAL RED SKELTON signed autograph photo radio NBC Clown Ship Ahoy rare$19.99logo
thumbnailRED SKELTON SIGNED 3 X 5 CARD AMERICAN COMEDY ENTERTAINER$85.00logo
thumbnailRED SKELTON SIGNED CARD BY AMERICAN COMEDY ENTERTAINER$85.00logo
thumbnailRed Skelton SIGNED The Great Lazarus 1986 Movie & TV Star Comic$49.00logo
thumbnailRed Skelton"Whistling in Brooklyn" AUTOGRAPH Signed Framed 16x20 Display ACOA$225.00logo
thumbnailSIGNED - THE GREAT LAZARUS by Red Skelton (1986-Hardcover) $295.00logo
thumbnailSIGNED - THE VENTRILOQUIST by Red Skelton (1984-Hardcover)$275.00logo
thumbnailThe Great Lazarus, Red Skelton (1986) HC.DJ.1st. Signed Edition. Near Fine Cond.$84.55logo

Traded items with a signature of Red Skelton

In total, we tracked 460 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Red Skelton (RED SKELTON ORIGINAL SKETCH AND CHRISTMAS CARD WITH AIRPLANE MANIFEST ALL SIGNED) was sold in February 2021 for $850.00 while the cheapest item (Vintage Red Skelton Signed Autographed TV Radio Mirror Magazine Cover Only!) found a new owner for $0.99 in August 2019. The month with the most items sold (25) was November 2013 with an average selling price of $5.00 for an autographed item of Red Skelton. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in July 2022 with $225.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $2.50 was March 2013. In average, an autographed item from Red Skelton is worth $22.55.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Red Skelton were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
thumbnail1983 Ron Lee Signed Large Freddie Red Skelton Clown Saturday Night Enamel 414$225.00logo
thumbnailGertrude and Heathcliffe by Red Skelton (Hardcover) 1974 Signed by Author$50.00logo
thumbnailRed Skelton Art Signed Ltd Ed Collector Plate W.C. Fields Clown #301 Fairmont$5.95logo
thumbnailRed Skelton Autographed 7x5 Photo & Paper Cutout 1938$19.99logo
thumbnailRed Skelton Autographed Publicity Photo 1930's Copy Black & White 5 x 7 e1$9.59logo
thumbnailRed Skelton “Old Whitey” Book, Signed, Numbered, and Embossed$19.99logo
thumbnailRed Skelton “The Ventriloquist” Book, Signed, Numbered, and Embossed $19.99logo
thumbnailRichard Red Skelton Signed Check$79.00logo
thumbnailXL 30” Red Skelton Coloring book -HAND AUTOGRAPHED$39.95logo
thumbnailXL 30” Red Skelton Coloring book -HAND AUTOGRAPHED$39.95logo

Latest News about Red Skelton

Tribute to Red Skelton coming to Parksville (03/24/15): On April 4, see the show that's billed as clean, simple, respectful comedy made specifically for seniors

'Red Skelton Show' episodes to be on disc for first time (10/18/14): Red Skelton had been one of the crown princes of comedy at MGM in the 1940s and early 1950s, starring in such films as 1942's "Whistling in Dixie" and 1949's "Neptune's Daughter." He made the successful transition to TV in 1951 with "The Red Skelton Show." For the next 20 years, Skelton kept... Go to news article

Last run for Mullica’s ‘Red Skelton’; ‘Cat’s Pajamas’ return to Music City Centr (09/14/14): Greetings loyal reader(s) and welcome to an absolutely stupefying edition of the Branson Beat, your home for all the news on the Branson entertainment scene.

New exhibits set to open at Red Skelton museum (07/11/14): Events are being planned for the opening of new exhibits at the museum celebrating the career of the late comedian Red Skelton in his southwestern Indiana hometown.                 Go to news article

Organizers of Red Skelton Festival shorten event (06/03/14): Organizers of an annual festival toasting the life of comedian Red Skelton have shortened this year's event in Skelton's southwestern Indiana hometown in hopes of attracting bigger crowds.

Older News Stories about Red Skelton

Tribute to Red Skelton will benefit Askennonia (03/2014): MIDLAND – Beloved entertainer Red Skelton charmed audiences for decades with hilarious characters such as Clem Kadiddlehopper, the Mean Widdle Kid and Freddy the Freeloader.

'The Red Skelton Show: The Lost Episodes,' now on DVD (02/2014): Also recently released on home video is "Agatha Christie: The Queen of Crime Collection" starring John Gielgud. Go to news article

Red Skelton discussion planned (09/2013): A discussion of Muncie resident Wes Gehring's biography of comedian Red Skelton, 'Red Skelton: The Mask Behind the Mask,' is planned for Oct. 29 at New Castle-Henry County Public Library, 376 S. 15th St.

Red Skelton Museum sees 1,000 visitors in 3 weeks (08/2013): VINCENNES, Ind. — A new museum that toasts the career of comedian Red Skelton has attracted nearly 1,000 visitors to the late comic’s southwestern Indiana hometown in its first three weeks.

Red Skelton museum opens in his Indiana hometown (07/2013): A new museum celebrating the career of the late comedian Red Skelton has opened in his southwestern Indiana hometown.

Red Skelton Museum grand opening to attract fans from coast to coast (06/2013): Red Skelton fans from throughout the nation are headed to Vincennes in July for the Grand Opening Celebration of the Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy. 

Vincennes man remembers Red Skelton encounters (05/2013): Living in one of the city's high-rises is an 85-year-old man, one who comes and goes quietly every day from his part-time job at a local funeral home with a knowledge very few people possess.