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Red Skelton
The opening titlecard for the New Red Skelton Show (c.1960) used pentagrams in the convential representation of stars. It would be quite a stretch of imagination to assume that the incorporation of seven stars had any occult or masonic significance although it should be noted that Red Skelton was an active freemason and Shriner.

Red Skelton, Volume 3 TV Classics Red Skelton America’s Favorite Funnyman. La Crosse, WI : Platinum Disc Corporation, c2002
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