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The Ed Sullivan Show

All Episodes 1948 - 2016
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  • 1948-06-21T00:00:00Z
  • 45 mins
  • 28 days, 23 hours, 0 mins (695 episodes)
  • United States
  • English
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From 1949 until its cancelation in 1971, the show ran on CBS every Sunday night from 8–9 p.m. E.T., and is one of the few entertainment shows to have run in the same weekly time slot on the same network for more than two decades. (During its first season, it ran from 9–10 p.m. E.T.) Virtually every type of entertainment appeared on the show; opera singers, popular artists, songwriters, comedians, ballet dancers, dramatic actors performing monologues from plays, and circus acts were regularly featured. The format was essentially the same as vaudeville, and although vaudeville had died a generation earlier, Sullivan presented many ex-vaudevillians on his show. Seasons 1-8 can be found listed under the series "Toast of the Town".
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752 episodes

1. Jefferson Airplane - Crown Of Creation. 02. Santana - Persuasion. 03. Janis Joplin - Raise Your Hand. 04. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Down On The Corner. 05. Sly & The Family Stone - Everyday People - Dance To The Music.

01. The Beatles - I Want To Hold Your Hand. 02. The Beach Boys - I Get Around. 03. The Mamas & The Papas - Monday Monday - California Dreamin` 04. The Four Seasons - Big Girls Don`t Cry 05. Petula Clark - Downtown. 06. Tommy James & The Shondells - Crimson & Clover

01. The Doors - Light My Fire. 02. Jefferson Airplane - Crown Of Creation. 03. Steppenwolf - Born To Be Wild - Magic Carpet Ride. 04. Vanilla Fudge - You Keep Me Hanging On. 05. The Temptations - Psychedelic Shack.

l.The Beatles - She Loves You 2.The Animals - We Gotta Get Out Of This Place 3.Herman's Hermits - Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter 4.The Rolling Stones - Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby Standing In The Shadow 5.The Searchers - Needles And Pins 6.Gerry S The Pacemakers - Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying 7.The Animals - House Of The Rising Sun 8l.The Beatles - I Want To Hold Your Hand 9.The Rolling Stones - Time Is On My Side 10.Herman's Hermits - Just A Little Bit Better 11.The Animals - Shake 12.Gerry & The Pacemakers - Ferry Cross The Mersey 13.Freddie & The Dreamers - I'm Telling You Now

1. The Jackson 5 - I Want You Back 2. Bill Haley And His Comets - Rock Around The Clock 3. Elvis Presley - Don't Be Cruel 4. Ray Charles - What'd I Say 5. Jackie Wilson - Lonely Teardrops 6. The Beatles - I Saw Her Standing There 7. James Brown - Please, Please, Please 8. Roy Orbison - Oh Pretty Woman 9. The Lovin' Spoonful - Do You Believe In Magic? 10. The Doors - Light My Fire 11. The Temptations & The Supremes - (I Know) I'm Losing You 12. The Mamas And The Papas - Monday Monday 13. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Fortunate Son 14. The Young Rascals - Good Lovin' 15. Janis Joplin - Maybe, Maybe, Maybe

Dress rehearsal performance of six songs by The Beatles recorded in front of a live audience at the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach, FL. This tape may, in fact, have been substituted for the original live broadcast performance on a summer rerun in August of 1964.

From the "Time-Life" collection.

Special 31 Pilot

  • no air date — 45 mins

Relive unforgettable live performances from the greatest music icons in the world, including performances from the Beatles, the Doors, the Rolling Stones, Petula Clark, the Animals, Herman’s Hermits, the Beach Boys and more.

Smokey Robinson, Diana Ross, Jackson 5, STevie Wonder, Temptations, Four tops. All on the Ed Sullivan show.

Soul music compilation from the Ed Sullivan show. Features the following performances: *Come See About Me - the Supremes (12/27/64) *MEDLEY: I Want You Back / ABC - the Jackson 5 (5/10/70) *Prisoner of Love - James Brown and the Famous Flames (10/30/66) *Turn on Your Love Light - the Righteous Bros. (11/7/65) *Runaway Child, Running Wild - the Temptations (1/2/69) *Reach Out I'll Be There - the Four Tops (10/16/66) Jay Thomas narrates vintage film clip montages prior to each act.

Compilation of Motown artists's performances on the Ed Sullivan Show intertwined with vintage film clip montages narrated by Jay Thomas prior to each act. Including: *Get Ready - the Temptations (1/31/71) * I Second that Emotion - Smokey Robinson & the Miracles (3/31/68) * For Once in My Life - Stevie Wonder (9/15/68) * MEDLEY: Bernadette / Reach Out, I'll Be There / I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) - the Four Tops (2/19/67) * I Want You Back - the Jackson 5 (12/14/69) * In and Out of Love - Diana Ross & the Supremes (11/19/67).

Compilation of Elvis Presley's performances on the Ed Sullivan Show intertwined with vintage film clip montages narrated by Jay Thomas prior to each act. Songs: 1. « Don’t Be Cruel » 2. « Ready Teddy » 3. « Hound Dog » 4. « Too Much » 5. « When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again » 6. « Peace in the Valley ».

Compilation of performances from the Ed Sullivan Show intertwined with vintage film clip montages narrated by Jay Thomas prior to each act. Including: * Twist and Shout - the Beatles (b&w, 2/23/64) * Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - Jerry Lee Lewis (11/16/69) * Dancing in the Street - Martha & the Vandellas (12/5/65) * That's Why - Jackie Wilson (b&w, 1/21/62) * Keep the Ball Rollin' - Jay & the Techniques (12/31/67) * Do the Freddie - Freddie & the Dreamers (b&w, 4/25/65) * Dance to the Music - Sly & the Family Stone (1968).

Compilation of Temptations' performances on the Ed Sullivan Show intertwined with vintage film clip montages narrated by Jay Thomas prior to each act. Songs: 01 Don't Look Back; 02 September In The Rain; 03 You've Made Me So Very Happy; 04 Run Away Child, Running Wild; 05 I Can't Get Next To You; 06 Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me).

Compilation of Supremes' performances on the Ed Sullivan Show intertwined with vintage film clip montages narrated by Jay Thomas prior to each act. Songs: 01 Come See About Me; 02 Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart; 03 I'm Living In Shame; 04 Forever Came Today; 05 No Matter What Sign You Are; 06 Up The Ladder To The Roof.

Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame features historic "Ed Sullivan Show" live performances from some of the greatest artists in rock history. Songs: 1. Elvis Presley – “DON’T BE CRUEL”; 2. The Beatles – “ALL MY LOVING”; 3. The Beach Boys – “WENDY”; 4. The Doors – “LIGHT MY FIRE”; 5. Creedence Clearwater Revival – “FORTUNATE SON”; 6. James Brown – “IT’S A MAN’S MAN’S MAN’S WORLD”.

Rock Legends, volume 1, features historic "Ed Sullivan Show" live performances from some of the greatest artists in rock history. Songs: 1. Elvis Presley – “HOUND DOG”; 2. James Brown – medley: “PAPA’S GOT A BRAND NEW BAG” “I FEEL GOOD”; 3. Buddy Holly – “PEGGY SUE”; 4. Jerry Lee Lewis – ” WHAT’D I SAY”; 5. Fats Domino – “BLUEBERRY HILL”; 6. Bo Diddley – “BO DIDDLEY”; 7. Elvis Presley – “DON’T BE CRUEL”.

Rock Legends, volume 1, features historic "Ed Sullivan Show" live performances from some of the greatest artists in rock history. Songs: 1. Elvis Presley – “HOUND DOG”; 2. James Brown – medley: “PAPA’S GOT A BRAND NEW BAG” “I FEEL GOOD”; 3. Buddy Holly – “PEGGY SUE”; 4. Jerry Lee Lewis – ” WHAT’D I SAY”; 5. Fats Domino – “BLUEBERRY HILL”; 6. Bo Diddley – “BO DIDDLEY”; 7. Elvis Presley – “DON’T BE CRUEL”.

Rock Legends, volume 2, features historic "Ed Sullivan Show" live performances from some of the greatest artists in rock history. Songs: 1. Elvis Presley – “TOO MUCH”; 2. Buddy Holly – “THAT’LL BE THE DAY”; 3. James Brown – “PRISONER OF LOVE”; 4. Bo Diddley – “BO DIDDLEY”: 5. Fats Domino – “LET THE FOUR WINDS BLOW”; 6. Jackie Wilson – “I’M COMIN’ ON BACK TO YOU”.

Rock Legends, volume 2, features historic "Ed Sullivan Show" live performances from some of the greatest artists in rock history. Songs: 1. Elvis Presley – “TOO MUCH”; 2. Buddy Holly – “THAT’LL BE THE DAY”; 3. James Brown – “PRISONER OF LOVE”; 4. Bo Diddley – “BO DIDDLEY”: 5. Fats Domino – “LET THE FOUR WINDS BLOW”; 6. Jackie Wilson – “I’M COMIN’ ON BACK TO YOU”.

Rock'n'Roll Classics: The British Invasion, volume 1, features historic "Ed Sullivan Show" live performances from some of the greatest 60's British artists in rock''n'roll history. Songs: 1. The Beatles – “SHE LOVES YOU”; 2. The Animals – “HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN”; 3. The Rolling Stones – “HAVE YOU SEEN YOUR MOTHER…”; 4. Herman’s Hermits – “MRS. BROWN, YOU’VE GOT A LOVELY DAUGHTER”; 5. The Searchers – “NEEDLES AND PINS”; 6. Gerry & The Pacemakers – “DON’T LET THE SUN CATCH YOU CRYING”; 7. The Animals – “WE GOTTA GET OUT OF THIS PLACE”.

Rock'n'Roll Classics: The British Invasion, volume 2, features historic "Ed Sullivan Show" live performances from some of the greatest 60's British artists in rock''n'roll history. Songs: 1. The Beatles – “I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND”; 2. The Rolling Stones – “TIME IS ON MY SIDE”; 3. Herman’s Hermits – “JUST A LITTLE BIT BETTER”; 4. The Animals – “SHAKE”; 5. Gerry & The Pacemakers – “FERRY CROSS THE MERSEY”; 6. Freddie & The Dreamers – “I’M TELLING YOU NOW”.

2001-01-02T01:00:00Z

Special 52 British Invasion

Special 52 British Invasion

  • 2001-01-02T01:00:00Z — 45 mins

Time Life Presentation on DVD of live performances of: The Beatles: She Loves You The Animals: We Gotta Get Out Of This Place Herman's Hermits: Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter The Rolling Stones: Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow? The Searchers: Needles And Pins Gerry And The Pacemakers: Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying The Animals: The House Of The Rising Son The Beatles: I Want To Hold Your Hand The Rolling Stones: Time Is On My Side Herman's Hermits: Just A Little Bit Better The Animals: Shake Gerry And The Pacemakers: Ferry Across The Mersey Freddie And The Dreamers

2001-01-02T01:00:00Z

Special 53 Great Groups

Special 53 Great Groups

  • 2001-01-02T01:00:00Z — 45 mins

Time Life Presentation on DVD of live performances of: The Beatles: Help! The Bee Gees: Words The Byrds: Mr. Tambourine Man The Four Tops: It's All In The Game The Temptations: My Girl/I Know I'm Losing You The Rolling Stones: I Can't Get No Satisfaction The Doors: Light My Fire Jefferson Airplane: Crown Of Creation Steppenwolf: Born To Be Wild/Magic Carpet Ride Vanilla Fudge: You Keep Me Hangin' On The Temptations: Psychedulc Shack

Special 54 Motor City Magic

  • no air date — 45 mins

Time Life Presentation on DVD of live performances of: The Temptations: Get Ready Smokey Robinson And The Miracles: I Second That Emotion Stevie Wonder: For Once In My Life The Four Tops: Reach Out I'll Be There/I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie)/Bernadette The Jackson 5: I Want You Back The Supremes: In And Out Of Love Smokey Robinson And The Miracles: Doggone Right The Supremes: Love Is Like An Itching My Heart The Supremes: Love Child The Jackson 5: I Wonder Who's Loving Her Now Stevie Wonder: You Met Your Match The Temptations: I'm Gonna Make You Love Me The Temptations: Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)

Special 55 Move To The Music

  • no air date — 45 mins

Time Life Presentation on DVD of live performances of: The Beatles: Twist And Shout Jerry Lee Lewis: Whole Lot Of Shakin' Going On Martha Reeves And The Vandellas: Dancing In The Street Jackie Wilson: That's Why (I Love You So) Jay And The Techniques: Keep The Ball Rollin Freddie And The Dreamers: Do The Freddie Sly And The Family Stone: Dance To The Music The Ike And Tina Turner Revue: Bold Soul Sister James Brown: It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World Gladys Knight And The Pips: I Heard It Through The Grapevine Sam And Dave: I Thank You The Ike And Tina Turner Revue: Proud Mary

Special 56 Rock Legends

  • no air date — 45 mins

Time Life Presentation on DVD of live performances of: Elvis Presley: Hound Dog, James Brown: Papa's Got A Brand New Bag/I Got You (I Feel Good), Jerry Lee Lewis: What'd I Say, Buddy Holly And The Crickets: Peggy Sue; Fats Domino: Blueberry Hill, Bo Diddley: Bo Diddley, Elvis Presley: Don't Be Cruel, Elvis Presley: Too Much, Buddy Holly And The Crickets: That'll Be The Day, James Brown: Prisoner Of Love, Marvin Gaye: Take This Heart Of Mine, Fats Domino: Let The Four Winds Blow, Jackie Wilson: I'm Comin' On Back To You

Time Life Presentation on DVD of live performances of: The Beatles: I Want To Hold Your Hand; The Beach Boys: I Get Around; The Mamas And The Papas: Monday, Monday/California Dreamin'; Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons: Big Girls Don't Cry; Petula Clark: Downtown; Tommy James And The Shondells: Crimson And Clover; The Young Rascals: Good Lovin; Spanky And Our Gang; Sunday Will Never Be The Same; The 5th Dimension: Stoned Soul Picnic; Oliver: Good Morning Sunshine; The Beach Boys: Good Vibrations; Elvis Presley: Don't Be Cruel; The Beatles: All My Loving; The Beach Boys: Wendy; The Doors: Light My Fire; Creedence Clearwater Revival: Fortunate Son; James Brown: It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World

Series Premiere

1948-06-21T00:00:00Z

1x01 Season 1 now on Toast of the Town guide

1x01 Season 1 now on Toast of the Town guide

  • Series Premiere

    1948-06-21T00:00:00Z — 60 mins

Season 1 is on the ""Toast of the Town"" guide.

Season Premiere

1948-09-13T00:00:00Z

2x01 Season 2 now on Toast of the Town guide

2x01 Season 2 now on Toast of the Town guide

  • Season Premiere

    1948-09-13T00:00:00Z — 60 mins

Season 2 is on the ""Toast of the Town"" guide.

Season Premiere

1949-09-19T00:00:00Z

3x01 Season 3 now on Toast of the Town guide

3x01 Season 3 now on Toast of the Town guide

  • Season Premiere

    1949-09-19T00:00:00Z — 60 mins

Season 3 is on the ""Toast of the Town"" guide.

Season Premiere

1950-09-18T00:00:00Z

4x01 Season 4 now on Toast of the Town guide

4x01 Season 4 now on Toast of the Town guide

  • Season Premiere

    1950-09-18T00:00:00Z — 60 mins

Season 4 is on the ""Toast of the Town"" guide.

Season Premiere

1951-09-10T00:00:00Z

5x01 Season 5 now on Toast of the Town guide

5x01 Season 5 now on Toast of the Town guide

  • Season Premiere

    1951-09-10T00:00:00Z — 60 mins

Season 5 is on the ""Toast of the Town"" guide.

Season Premiere

1952-09-15T00:00:00Z

6x01 Season 6 now on Toast of the Town guide

6x01 Season 6 now on Toast of the Town guide

  • Season Premiere

    1952-09-15T00:00:00Z — 60 mins

Season 6 is on the ""Toast of the Town"" guide.

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1953-09-14T00:00:00Z

7x01 Season 7 now on Toast of the Town guide

7x01 Season 7 now on Toast of the Town guide

  • Season Premiere

    1953-09-14T00:00:00Z — 60 mins

Season 7 is on the ""Toast of the Town"" guide.

Season Premiere

1954-09-13T00:00:00Z

8x01 Season 8 now on Toast of the Town guide

8x01 Season 8 now on Toast of the Town guide

  • Season Premiere

    1954-09-13T00:00:00Z — 60 mins

Season 8 is on the ""Toast of the Town"" guide.

Season Premiere

1955-09-26T00:00:00Z

9x01 Robert Mitchum / Lillian Gish / Rocky Marciano

9x01 Robert Mitchum / Lillian Gish / Rocky Marciano

  • Season Premiere

    1955-09-26T00:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: --Robert Mitchum, Lillian Gish and Peter Graves perform a scene from their film ""Night of the Hunter."" (Shelley Winters was also scheduled to appear) --""Night of the Hunter"" director Charles Laughton and producer Paul Gregory were scheduled to appear. . --Red Skelton (comedian) --Pearl Bailey (singer) --Lily Pons (soprano) --Rocky Marciano (boxer) Other guests (scheduled to appear): --Archie Moore (boxer) --The All-American Baseball Team --The Obernkirchen children's choir of Germany

Guests: --Nat King Cole - ""Forgive My Heart"" & ""Someone You Love"" --Opening number from ""Fanny"" performed by the Broadway cast (which should include Ezio Pinza, Florence Henderson and Walter Slezak.) --Sullivan interviews Josh Logan, who talks about his Broadway musical ""Fanny."" Followed by more scenes from ""Fanny."" --Dick Shawn (comedian, tells jokes about growing up in the south) Audience bows: Ronald Reagan, Walter Alston, Clem Labine, Johnny Padris, Billy Martin, Tommy Burns, Desi Arnaz & Lucille Ball (Followed by clip from earlier show with Ed Sullivan visiting Desi Arnaz & Lucille Ball at home). On film: Message from President Eisenhower talking on behalf on the United Way.

On film: Ed visits the set of ""Guys and Dolls."" (1) Frank Sinatra sings ""Adelaide."" (2) Marlon Brando is shown beating drum + Ed interviews Brando. (3) Ed introduces some of the cast including Jean Simmons. (4) Romantic ""Guys and Dolls"" scene with Brando & Simmons. (5) Sullivan & Sam Goldwyn walk around the Samuel Goldwyn Studios. (6) The Goldwyn Girls are introduced. Other guests (live from New York): --Johnny Carson (stand-up comedy routine: impersonation of Steve Allen, circling football plays on chart, etc.) --June Valli - Can't Help Lovin' That Man"" --George Feyer (piano player) - ""Continental"" --Les Compagnons de la Chanson (French singers) - ""King Tagobert"" (in French) & ""The Three Bells"" Audience bows: Mrs. Crytser (""Bible Lady"" of ""The $64,000 Question""); Lloyd Nolan

Scheduled guests: --Edward R. Murrow --Dave Brubeck and his quartet (jazz musician) --Melvyn Douglas, Ed Begley and Tony Randall appear in scenes from their Broadway play ""Inherit the Wind"" --Rosemary Clooney --Liberace --Andre Kostelanetz (orchestra leader) --Robert Lamouret and his talking duck (novelty act)

Scheduled guests: --Nat King Cole and his wife Maria --Jack Palance, Rod Steiger, Wendell Corey and Everett Sloane perform a scene from their film ""The Big Knife"" --Arthur Worsley (ventriloquist) --the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company --The Charlivels (bicycle act)

Guests: --Andy Griffith, Roddy McDowell and Robert Webber (actors, from the ""No Time for Sergeants"" Broadway cast) - perform a scene from the play. The scene runs approx. 10 minutes. --Senor Wences (Ventriloquist with hand puppet) --Orson Bean - Stand Up Re: Correspondece Courses --Marion Marlowe - ""Begin the Beguine"" --David Whitfield (British singer) - ""Never Stop Loving You"" --Marion Marlowe & David Whitfield - ""This Is My Beloved"" --Dick Shawn (stand-up comedian, tells jokes about schizophrenia) Audience bows: General Omar Bradley; Jean Simmons (followed by film clip of Ed interviewing her); Stubby Kaye; Corinne Griffith (cookbook author, early film actress); Gera Lynn Tyler (USC homecoming queen); Dr. Baxter (TV personality); Angel Valenzuela (jockey); and Fred Russell & E B Stone (journalists)

Scheduled guests: --Phil Silvers (comedian) --Liberace --Rise Stevens (operatic soprano) --David Whitfield (British singer) --Linon (Belgian circus clown).

Guests: --Edith Piaf (French chanteuse) - ""If You Love Me"" --Shirley Booth - does scene from ""The Desk Set"" (This scene might also include the other cast members Byron Sanders, Dorothy Blackburn, Clarice Blackburn and Anne-Marie Gayer). --Al Hibbler - ""Unchained Melody"" & ""He"" --Arthur Worlsey (ventriloquist, dummy does all the talking, says the alphabet) --Joyce Grenfell (English comedian) - introduces dancers Paddy Stone, Beryl Kaye, Irving Davis, then Joyce does comic routine as nursery school teacher. --Earl Sande & Eddie Arcaro (Jockeys Hall Of Fame Awards) --Christmas Doll Contest Winners: Alice Adams, Barbara Webb & Judy Poucher --Purdue University Glee Club - sing religious songs incl. ""Glory, Hallelujah"" Audience bows: Marie Sabret & Jaques Tosha (from Comedie Francois, on-stage bow); Governors Happy Chandler & Oval Freeman

""Dr. Jive's Rhythm and Blues"" sequence: --Bo Diddley - ""Bo Diddley"" --LaVern Baker - ""Tweedlee Dee"" --The Five Keys - ""Ling Ting Tong"" --Willis ""Gater Tail"" Jackson & his Band (instrumental song with saxophone solo) Note: The above acts were all part of a revue of rhythm & blues acts introduced by Tommy ""Dr. Jive"" Smalls, a New York disc jockey. (""Dr. Jive's Rhythm and Blues"" was a revue at New York's Apollo Theater.) Additional guests: --Film clip from ""Big Knife"" with Rod Steiger & Jack Palance --Ted Lewis (bandleader-singer) - ""How Long Is He Gonna Last?"" & ""Me And My Shadow"" --Suzanne Brooks & Ted Lewis - ""After You've Gone"" --Jack Carter (comedian, stand-up routine) --Caesari Siepe (of the Met opera) - ""Na Voce'na Chetarra"" (in Italian) and & ""Love Is A Many Splendored Thing"") --Wandy Tworek (Danish violinist, does a comic musical act) --Vicente Escudero (69 year old Spanish Flamenco dancer) Audience bows: Helen Hayes, Robert Dowling, Farley Granger

Scheduled guests: --Pearl Bailey --Dick Shawn (comedian) --The Goofers (comedy vocal-instrumental group) --opera star Licia Albanese & her three-year-old son do a scene from ""Madam Butterfly."" --The Princeton Triangle Club --Collier's All-American football team

Scheduled guests: --Bud Abbott and Lou Costello --Lillian Roth --Kate Smith --The Three Houcs (comedy juggling team) --Andre Eglevsky and Diana Adams (ballet stars) On film: Ed visits with Burt Lancaster, Gina Lollobrigida and Tony Curtis while they were in Paris filming the movie ""Trapeze"" (10-minute film)

Guests: --Teresa Brewer - ""There'll Be Some Changes"" & ""A Good Man Is Hard To Find"" --Sugar Ray Robinson (boxer) - Talks about his comeback & thanks Ed for his support. Robinson's manager Joe Glaser makes an appearance. --Ed presents Lambert Trophy to Coach Olson on behalf of the University of Pittsburgh. Also on stage: Sugar Bowl Queen Dawn Aber & the co-captains. --Judy Tyler & William Johnson - ""All At Once You Love Her"" (from play ""Pipe Dream"") --Joyce Grenfell (English comedian) - sings an old English folk song and does a stand-up comedy routine (with sympathetic mother talking to her teenage daughter). --The Grenfell Dance Team (Irving Davis, Patty Stone & Beryl Kaye) dance to ""Basquette"" --Wandy Tworek (comic concert violinist from Denmark) --Mimi Benzell (opera star) - ""Autumn Leaves"" (in French) --Oberkirchen Choir sing ""God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen,"" a German carol & ""Deck the Halls"" --The Three Markays (comic acrobats, contortionists with parallel bar

Scheduled guests: --Orson Welles --James Mason and his daughter Portland --Orson Bean (comedian) --Senor Wences (ventriloquist) --Marion Marlowe (vocalist) --Les Compagnons De La Chanson --Kirby's ""Flying Ballet"" aerial act

Scheduled guests (from New York): --Gary Cooper and Rod Steiger re-enact scenes from ""The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell"" --Michigan State University Glee Club --Jay Nemeth (puppeteer) --Clauson Bears --The Three Merkeys (bar acrobats) --Pianists from the Sabback School of Music in Charleston, S.C. --A bell-ringing youngster from the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta, Ga. Also: In a remote from New York's Roxy Theater: Scenes from the ice show ""Happy Holiday, Anywhere, U.S.A."" starring Sonya Kaye and Miroslava Nachodska (Czech skating champion)

New Year's Day show with scheduled guests (a ""Stardust Parade"" of young and up-and-coming talent): --Roger Williams (pianist) --The Dreamweavers --Dick Duane (singer) --Joan Maize and the Chordsmen (singing-instrumental group) --Amru Sani (singer from India) --Cook and Corey (comedy act) --Rickie Layne (ventriloquist) --Barry Blake (impressionist) --the Pickerts (10 jitterbugs on stilts) --Kodell (magician)

Scheduled guests: --Pearl Bailey --Myron Cohen (comedian) --Lily Pons (opera soprano) --The Lone Ranger (Jay Silverheels?) and his horse Silver --Al Hibbler (singer) --Joyce Grenfell (British comedian)

Scheduled guests: --The Broadway cast from ""The Matchmaker"" performs scenes from the play. --Jean Carroll (comedian) --The Billy Williams Quartet --Jose Greco (Spanish dancer) --Amru Sani (India's top vocalist) --Ricky Layne (ventriloquist)

A salute to ASCAP (The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) with guests: --Cab Calloway (with daughter Layla) - ""Little Girl"" --Mitch Miller - ""Yellow Rose Of Texas"" --The Whiting Sisters (Richard Whiting's daughters Margaret and Barbara) - medley: ""Ain't We Got Fun,"" ""Sleepy Time Gal,"" ""Louise,"" ""He's Funny That Way"" & ""Too Marvelous"" --John Raitt & Claramae Turner - ""The Song Is You"" (from ""Music In The Air"") --Frank Silver - ""Yes We Have No Bananas"" --Jack Norworth (composer) - ""Shine On Harvest Moon"" & ""Take Me Out To The Ballgame"" --Ernie Burnett - ""Melancholy Baby"" --Jule Styne - medley of movie tunes: ""I Don't Want To Walk Without You,"" ""Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend,"" ""It's Been A Long, Long Time,"" ""It's Magic,"" ""I'll Walk Alone,"" ""Never Never Land"" & ""Three Coins In A Fountain"" --Billy Daniels - ""Easy To Love,"" ""My Blue Heaven"" & ""That Old Black Magic"" --Helen Kane - ""I Wanna Be Loved By You"" (The original Boop-Boop-A-Do girl)

Scheduled guests: --Kim Novak and Susan Strasberg perform scenes from their movie ""Picnic"" --Gracie Fields (English singer-comedian, in a remote from Madison Square Garden) --Helen Traubel --The West Point Glee Club

Segements with Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz and the Four Ames Brothers: --Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz - with scene from their new movie ""Forever Darling"" --Ames Brothers join Desi Arnaz and Ed on stage, Lucy is disguised as 5th Ames brother. --Desi Arnaz & the Ames Brothers - ""Forever Darling"" --The Ames Brothers sing ""I'm Gonna Love You"" then do vocal impressions: ""Whole World Shines"" (Laine), ""Everything I Have Is Yours"" (Epstein), ""Too Young"" (Cole), ""Some Enchanted Evening"" & ""If I Didn't Care"" (Ink Spots) --Lucille Ball still dressed as the 5th Ames Brother comes out for a bow, she talks to Ed who presents her with a trophy. Rodgers and Hammerstein / ""Pipe Dream"" segment --Ed interviews composers Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein. They talk about illustrations of character portrayal through the medium of music. As an example, they use songs from the Broadway musical ""Pipe Dream"": (1) Judy Tyler - ""Everybody's Got A Home But Me"" (2) William Johnson - ""The Man I U

Guests: --Andre Kostelanetz and his Orchestra - ""Saturday Night"" --Pearl Bailey - ""Something's Got To Give"" & ""Ma He's Making Eyes At Me"" --Sam Levenson (stand-up comedian) - tells jokes about Saturday Night, losing weight, kids, etc. --Carl Sandberg - reads ""A Lincoln Portrait"" as Andre Kostelanetz's orchestra plays. --On stage bow: Lt. Col. Frank Everest (scientist preparing for space flight) --Shirley Jones (singer-actress) - ""Many A New Day"" & ""If I Loved You"" --Corey, Herb & Mildred Cook - country hicks routine --Hal Holbrook (actor) - classic reading from Mark Twain --Audience bow: Marlon Brando --Clayton Moore (actor) - ""Lone Ranger"" actor in costume, twirls guns on stage --The Armandis (5 man acrobat team) - teeter board & tumbling act

Scheduled guests: --Hermione Gingold (British comedienne) --Billy DeWolfe (comedian) --The Peters Sisters (vocal group) --Jean Madeira (from the Metropolitan Opera Company) --Winifred Atwell (European concert pianist) --The Goofers (comedy instrumental group) --The Tucson Boys Choir --Opal (a performing elephant)

Scheduled guests: --Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians --Lillian Roth (singer) --Carol Haney (dancer) --Rickie Layne and Velvel (ventriloquist act) --Nick Noble (singer) --The Percellis (an aerial act) Also scheduled: cartoonists Al Capp (""Li'l Abner""); Milton Caniff (""Terry and the Pirates"" & ""Steve Canyon""); Rube Goldberg, Willard Mullin; Gurney Williams; Whitney Darrow, Jr.; Barney Tobey; and Virgil Partch.

Guests: --Edith Piaf - ""Merry Go Round"" & ""Padame"" --Senor Wences (ventriloquist with hand puppet & head in box) --Dick Shawn (comedian) - stand-up: tells jokes about childhood & sings ""16 Tons"" (with new lyrics) --Marion Marlowe (singer) - ""Mrs. Noah"" --Dieter Tasso (announced by Scampy) - high wire walker catches & balances cups & saucers --Marion Marlowe sings an Italian song (title unknown) Look Magazine Awards"" segments (some of the awards presented from Hollywood): --Film clip: Frederick March in scene from his 1941 film ""One Foot In Heaven"" --Frederick March presents Jimmy Cagney with Look Award for ""Love Me Or Leave Me"" --Edmond O'Brian presents Jack Lemmon with award for ""Mr. Roberts"" --Film clip from earlier Sullivan show: James Cagney & Jack Lemmon perform scene from ""Mr. Roberts"" (where they dance) --Ed presents Jo Van Fleet with award for ""I'll Cry Tomorrow"" --Gregory Peck presents Susan Hayward with award for ""I'll Cry Tomorrow"" --Film clip f

Scheduled guests: --Roger Williams (pianist) --Dick Duane (singer) --Jimmie Komack (comedian) --Amru Sani (singer from India) --Enzo Stuarti (singer) --Dorothy Hayden's champion Irish Steppers --Lynda-Lynch and her dance trio --Unus (balancer) --The Schaludis (bicycling acrobats) --the Marvellos (variety act) --Rickie Layne and Velvel (ventriloquist act)

Scheduled guests: --Marcel Marceau --Eli Wallach (actor, performs a scene from the Broadway play ""Teahouse of the August Moon"") --Nat King Cole --Joe E. Lewis (entertainer) --Roberta Peters and Cesare Siepe (from the Metropolitan Opera) --The Charlivels (a novelty act)

Scheduled guests: --Nat King Cole --Jack Carter (comedian) --Helen Traubel (opera star) --Ande Segovia (guitarist) --Reese and Davis (comedy team) --Montes de Oca (circus act) --The Jackson Zouaves American Legion drill team (of Jackson, Michigan)

Scheduled: --Bob Crosby and his singing daughter Cathy --Lilli Palmer --Teresa Brewer --Gloria DeHaven and her father Carter DeHaven (song-and dance man) --Harry Secombe (British singer) --Mata and Hari (dance team) --The Georgetown University Glee Club --Alberto Zoppe's midget act

Scheduled guests: --Noel Coward --Mitzi Gaynor --Andre Kostelanetz and his orchestra --General Carlos Romulo (of the Philippines) --Erlinda Cortes (actress) --Richard Hearne (English comedian) --Yana (English actress-singer) --Roger Quaino (balancer) --Evy and Everetto (unicyclists)

Scheduled: --On film: Grace Kelly and Ralph Meeker do a song-and-dance number (possibly a clip from the October 18, 1953 ""Toast of the Town"" show). --Helen Traubel (opera star) --The U.S. Naval Academy Glee Club --Ed Gardner (comedian, ""Archie"" from ""Duffy's Tavern"") does a baseball comedy sketch --Former stars of the Philadelphia Athletics appear on the program in honor of the late Connie Mack --Rickie Layne (ventriloquist with his dummy ""Oiving"")

Scheduled guests: --The Ames Brothers (singing quartet) --Senor Wences (ventriloquist) --Marion Marlowe (singer) --Sam Levinson (comedian) --Enzo Stuarti (singer) --The Three Goetschis (unicyclists) --Alcetty (a European balancing act)

Scheduled guests: --Eve Arden (guest hosting, while Ed Sullivan is in Japan) --Kate Smith (singer, celebrating her 25th anniversary in show business) --Jean Carroll (comedian) --The Peters Sisters - ""Merci Beaucoup"" & ""Old Man River"" --Richard Hearne (British comedian known as ""Mr. Pastry"") --The Goofers (an instrumental-comedy group) --The Luvas

Scheduled guests: --Tony Martin (singer) --Nat King Cole --Edie Adams (singer) --The Lovers (singing group) --Will Jordan (comedian) --Ricky Layne (ventriloquist with his dummy Velvel) --The Linda Lynch Trio (dancers) --The Rich Township Choir (top high school singing group from Chicago) --Nino Nanni (listed as a ""keyboard jester"")

Mother of the Year Awards (the City of Hope Hospital awards to the outstanding Hollywood mothers of the year): --Robert Young presents Mother Of The Year Awards to June Allyson, Ann Blyth, Betty Grable, Deborah Kerr, Betty Hutton, Rosemary Clooney. Other guests: --The Barry Sisters (singing duo) - ""It's All Right With Me"" & ""Yiddish Mama"" --On film: Louis Calhoun is interviewed on the set of ""Tea House Of The August Moon"" --Carlos Ramirez (singer) - ""Granada"" --The Three Markeys (acrobats on parallel bars) --Ed talks with Don Farresse (of the Baltimore Orioles) --Gene Wesson & Gordon Polk (comic duo, sing ""You Gotta Have It"" & ""Sunny Side Of The Street"") --Ving Merlin & his Blonde Violins (girl violinists) - ""12th Street Rag"" --Jay Marshall (stand-up comedy routine: jokes with rabbit hand puppet. The puppet sings ""If I Had My Way"" & ""Just One Of Those Things"") --Jose Greco (Spanish dancer, with 3 other male dancers) --The Fredonia Family (acrobats, might be Th

Guests: --Marcel Marceau (mime) - does ""Butterfly"" & ""David and Goliath"" routines. --Teresa Brewer - ""Sweet Old-Fashioned Girl"" & ""Take Me Away on a Phaeton"" --Jack Paar - stand-up comedy routine about live television bloopers. --David Whitfield (tenor) - sings ""The Rudder and the Rock"" --Maria Tallchief and Nicholas Magallanes (ballet dancers doing a pas de deux) --Smith and Dale (comedy team) - perform a comedy routine about tax collector. --Les Petits Chanteurs de Granby / Little Singers of Granby (32 member boys' choir from Canada) - ""Sur Le Pont D-Avignon"" & ""O Canada"" --The Alcettys (German acrobats) --John Landy (athlete) - film clip shown of race where Landy helps out another runner and still wins. --Rheingold Girls (includes Dianne Baker, Marie McNalley, Tammy Connor, Beverly Christianson, Susie Ruehl, Kathleen Wallace). --Audience bows: Gracie Fields; Melody Sacco (spelling bee winner)

Scheduled guests: --Kate Smith --Senor Wences (ventriloquist) --David Whitfield (tenor) --Marion Marlowe --Dick Shawn --The winners of the Harvest Moon Dance contest --The Haslevs (acrobats)

Scheduled guests: --Burt Lancaster and Tony Curtis re-enact scenes from their movie ""Trapeze"" --Lily Pons (Metropolitan opera star) --Helen Wood (dancer) --Joey Clay (singer) - ""Only You"" --The Lovers (singing group) --Benny Fields (veteran ""minstrel man"" making his first Sullivan appearance) --Larry Griswold

Scheduled guests: --Nat King Cole --A filmed segment with Bob Hope --Edie Adams (singer) --Jack Carter (comedian) --Carol Haney (dancer) --Rickie Layne (ventriloquist with his dummy Velvel) --Joey Clay (rock ‘n' roll singer) --The Half Brothers (jugglers) --On film: ""A Short Vision"" - described as ""an animated fantasy which depicts abstractly the effects of the H-bomb.""

The Annual All-Army Talent Show Guests: --Charlie Applewhite, Richard Hayes and Gary Crosby - ""This Is The Army"" (All three singers were Army privates at the time). -- Ertel & Scott (piano duet) - ""The Man I Love"" --Field Artillery Gospel Singers - ""You Better Run"" --The Polka Dots (clarinet polka) - ""Chicken Polka"" --Pete Palmer - ""Granada"" --The Four Gleemen (vocal quartet) - ""Down On 33rd & 3rd"" --Trampoline Act (2 people leap through flaming hoops) --Roger Lehman (tap dancer) - ""I've Got Rhythm"" --Les Garcons De Paris - sing ""C'est Si Bon"" --Hip Cat Hillbillies - sing ""We're Getting Out"" --Tamtettes (5 man jazz combo, wearing shades & berets) - unknown song --Gen. John A. Klein introduces Secretary of the Army Brucker --William Brucker presents Army plaque to Ed. New army flag unveiled. Finale: Army Drill Team (at attention) - ""The Army Goes Rolling Along"" Audience bows (all news correspondents): Joe Wilkes; Hal Boyle; Larry Laseur; Walter

Guests (8th Anniversary show): --Ethel Merman, Shelley Winters, Ruth Gordon, Sam Levy - sing ""Sullivan for Me"" --Teresa Brewer (singer) - medley including ""Put Another Nickel in In the Nickelodeon,"" ""My Guiding Light,"" ""Richochet Romance"" & ""Sweet Old Fashioned Girl"" --Ronald Reagan, Natalie Wood, Robert Walker, Walt Disney, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz - sing ""Happy Anniversary"" in a tribute to Sullivan. --Kate Smith - medley: ""Live til I Die,"" ""I Hear a Rapsody"" and ""World on a String."" --Jack Paar (stand-up comedy routine) - mail order skit --Phil Silvers with Sgt. Bilko cast - sings a tribute to Ed. --Harry Belafonte - ""Jamaica Farewell,"" ""Hold ‘Em Joe"" & ""Lemme Go, Melda Marcy"" (Note: another source listed the songs as ""Take My Mother Home"" and ""Jamaica Farewell"") --Gregory Peck - previews next week's show --Louis Armstrong - surprises Ed and sings ""Happy Birthday"" --UCLA sports all-stars --The Klausen Bears (Klauson's Bears) - animal act, bear rides b

A Salute to John Huston --On film: Ed interviews John Huston & Gregory Peck on the set of ""Moby Dick"" --Gregory Peck (live on stge) appears with Ed & introduces a scene from ""Moby Dick"" (with Orson Welles) --On film: clip from ""Moulon Rouge"" --Split screen: Ed interviews Jose Ferrer --Jose Ferrer (on film?) - applies make up & transforms himself into Toulouse Letrec --Mary Astor & Peter Lorre - talk about John Huston --On film: clip from ""The Maltese Falcon"" --On film: clip of John Huston & Walter Huston receiving Academy Awards. --On film: clip from ""Treasure of Sierra Madre"" --John Huston walks on stage and introduces a film clip from ""Battle of San Pietro"" --Sketch: Edward G. Robinson and Ed Sullivan do a gangster-style dialogue --On film: clip from ""Key Largo"" where Edward G. Robinson is cruel to a drunk woman. --Edward G. Robinson, John Huston, and Ed (on stage) introduce Lauren Bacall --Lauren Bacall talks about how Humphrey Bogart & John Hust

Scheduled guests: --Constance Bennett --Senor Wences --Cell Block Seven (instrumental group) --Patachou (French chanteuse) --Myron Cohen (comedian) --Reese and Davis (comedy team) --Scipini's chimps (animal act) --Miss Universe beauty pageant contestants

Guests: --Bing Crosby - filmed interview with Ed + clip from ""High Society."" --Julie Andrews - ""I Could Have Danced All Night"" & ""Show Me"" (both songs from ""My Fair Lady"") --Louis Armstrong - ""Muskrat Ramble,"" Faithful Hussar,"" ""Stompin' at the Savoy"" and ""Basin Street Blues"" --Harold Long and Joan Holloway (dancers) - ""Talking with Feet"" (with the Toastettes) --Shirley Yamaguchi (Japanese singer wearing kimono) - ""Cha Cha, Cio Cio San"" & ""We Kiss in Shadow"" --Wesson and Polk (comedy team) - collegiate humor --The Iowa Highlanders (Scottish Highlanders with bagpipes, from Iowa State University)

Guests: --Jack Paar (guest host) - At end of show, does a routine about phobias. --Ames Brothers - ""Autumn Leaves,"" ""Dry Bones"" and ""It Only Hurts For A Little While"" --Ted Lewis and chorus - Chorus sings ""Me & My Shadow"" (as Lewis and his ""shadow"" dance) --Ted Lewis - ""Memories"" --Professor Backwards (comedian) - Southern storyteller wearing graduation cap & gown, tells jokes, plays with words by writing letters on classroom chalkboard. --Larry Daniels (stand-up comedian, does an Edward Morrow imitation & routine about airplane travel) --Elaine Malbin (operatic soprano) - ""This Is My Beloved"" --T. C. Jones (female impersonator) - does singing impressions of an American singer in Paris: ""Two Loves Have I"" (in French & English). At end of routine, reveals himself as a man in drag. --The Moscow Bears - starts with film clip of a performance in Russia. Bears ride a merry-go-round, bikes. --The Fredonias (acrobatic team) --Audience bows: a group of circus performe

Top acts of the Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus Scheduled circus performers: --Emmett Kelly (clown) Also: Tito (acrobat); Cordons (whip act); Reberte Trio (knockabouts); Miss Mara (trapeze act); Two Marilex (plate spinners); Pinito de Oro (aerialists); Burtons (hand-balancing act); Al De Gong (chimpanzees); Dschapur and Rutha (jump act); Tonito (wire artist); Adnos (jugglers)

U.S. Air Force talent show (broadcast from McGuire Air Force Base at Wrightstown, N.J.). Scheduled to appear: --The Air Force fencing team --The Air Force judo team. Also: the Strolling Strings, Singing Sergeants, Keesler Chorus, the Westerners and airmen Dick Miller, Alfred King, Sherry Simms, Donald G. Baduria, Donna Byers, Ronnie Evans, Donald Pyburn, and William Dupree.

Much of this show is a tribute to The Yankees (baseball team) and their wives. Guests: --Phil Silvers (guest host, filling in for Ed who had just had his auto accident) --Phil updates the viewers on Ed Sullivan's condition --Phil introduces no one from the audience, then introduces Maurice Gosfield who plays Private Doberman on Phil's show --Phil introduces the wives of the New York Yankees baseball team --Teresa Brewer, Dick Shawn, Charlotte Rae - ""You Gotta Have Heart"" (with unknown male lead singer) --Charlotte Rae - comedy monologe - dieting --Julia Meade reads a letter from Ed Sullivan then shows video of Ed's trip to Paris which is also a Lincoln commercial. --Teresa Brewer - ""When I Leave The World Behind"" & ""I Love Mickey"" which she says she is going to record ""tommorrow!"" The voice of Mickey is coming from off stage and we're not sure if it's Mickey or not. Following this Mickey Mantle comes out and talkes to Phil. --Phil Silvers speaks to Mickey Mantle

Scheduled guests: --Frank Sinatra (guest host) --Jeannie Carson (singer-comedian) --Don Cornell (singer) --Kovac and Rabovsky (dance team) --Pinto Del Oro (aerialist) --""Little Mo"" (performing elephant) --On film: several Japanese acts that Sullivan filmed during his recent trip to Asia.

U.S. Navy talent show with scheduled guests: --Kirk Douglas (actor, appearing as guest host) --The Continentals (novelty instrumental) --The Jumpin' Jacks (vocal combo) --The Four Bits (vocal quartet) --Individual performers: John Amoni, James Bowers, Herman Dean, James Dillworth, Ted Forte, William Hrynkiw, Jac Imel, Leslei McCann, Dick McMeekin, Elmer North, Robert Rodifer, Patricia Ryall, Randy Sparks, Alan Wagner and Danny White.

Guests: --Patti Page (guest host) sings ""Deed I Do"" & ""Allegheny Moon."" And, at end of show, sings ""Father, Father, Father"" --Kay Armen (vocalist) - ""I Could Have Danced All Night"" & ""St. Louis Blues"" --The Jones Boys (vocal group) - ""Marry A Rich Woman"" & ""The Jones Boy"" --Maria Neglia (violinist) - ""Rumanian Rhapsody"" --Kay Ballard (comedian doing a routine about singer w/hiccups & jokes about boyfriend Albert) --Al Bernie (comedian, pokes fun at game shows, the United Nations, Russians, the Chinese, and Elvis) --Bob & Betty Hightower (dancers, doing circus style acrobatics - lots of lifting. Woman bends over backwards while on thin bar- Dancers Circus Style, Lots Of Lifting. Woman, on thin bar, bends over backwards and picks up napkin with teeth). --Al Sturm (novelty act, does tricks with torn newspaper) --Mr. Ballantine (magic and comedy act) --Miss Mara (Circus trapeze artist) --Carolyn Willis (National champion baton twirler) Preview of Neiman Marc

Elvis Presley (1st appearance) - ""Don't be Cruel"" (with the Jordanaires), ""Love Me Tender,"" ""Ready Teddy"" and ""Hound Dog."" --Charles Laughton (guest host) - reads limericks, poems & does stand-up comedy routine titled ""Little Girl And Wolf"" (about the sadistic side of Little Red Riding Hood). --Dorothy Sarnoff - sings ""Something Wonderful"" (in a scene from the ""King And I"") --Amru Sani (female singer from India wearing traditional Indian clothes) - ""I'm In The Mood For Love"" and ""My Bolero"" --The Vagabonds (novelty quartet) - ""The Queens Ruler,"" ""I Wonder"" & ""How You Gonna Keep Em' Down on the Farm,"" followed by comedy routine. --Conn And Mann (duo tap dances to ""Tea For Two"") --Amin Brothers (acrobats)

--The Fujiwara Opera (Japanese opera group) - perform ""Three Little Maids"" (from ""Madame Butterfly"") --Ed introdues individual members of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Milwaukee Braves and the Cincinatti Reds --Sports announcers Vin Scully; Earl Gillespie; Blaine Walsh; George Bison and Mark Scott --The Milwaukee Braves appear with manager Fred Haney --The Four Aces - ""Love Is a Many Splendored Thing"" & ""Thee I Love"" --Richard Hearn (""Mr. Pastry"") - skit set in a drapery shop. --Marion Marlowe - sings medley of songs from ""The King & I"" (""Hello, Young Lovers,"" ""Getting to Know You"" and ""I Have Dreamed"") --Harvest Moon Ball dancers - various catagories --On film: clip from ""The Best Things in Life Are Free"" starring Ernest Borgnine, Gordon MacRae, Dan Dailey, Sheree North and Ed Sullivan (as himself). --Ed introduces Carmen Basilio (Welterweight Boxer) --The Goofers - ""Pogo Stick""

Scheduled guests: --Edward G. Robinson (actor, in scenes from Paddy Chayefsky's Broadway show ""Middle of the Night"") --Edith Piaf (French singer) - ""Poor People Of Paris"" and ""Black Denim Trousers"" --Helen Traubel --Jean Carroll

Lucy & Desi sketch: Ed Sullivan calls Desi at home to arrange interview, but Lucy thinks Edward Morrow is coming. (Sketch runs approx. 12 minutes) Other guests: --Yogi Berra (Ed interviews baseball player Berra) --Gisele MacKenzie - sings ""Delightful To Be Married"" & ""Canadian Sunset"" --Sal Maglie (Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher talks about baseball) --Joyce Grenfell (stand-up comedian: nursery school routine & tells jokes about cocktail parties) --Stockholm Gosskor - ""Goethewaltz"" & ""Swedish Marching Song"" (boys choir from Sweden) --Lilly Yokoi (Bicycle Acrobatics) Cameos: Baseball Managers & Players: Hank Aaron, Frank Torre --Benson Ford (Ford family member promoting United Charity Work) --President Dwight D. Eisenhower (on film, promoting charity work) Audience bow: Dr. Albert Jorgensen

Scheduled guests: --Eartha Kitt --Kate Smith --Joe E. Lewis (comedian) --Rickie Layne & Velvel (ventriloquist act) --Richardi (illusionist) --Royal Danish Ballet

Dedication of The Henry & Edsel Ford Auditorium Show (broadcast from the Edsel Ford Memorial Auditorium in Detroit). Guests (on last 20 minutes of show): --Johnny Carson - impersonates Ed Sullivan and Edward R. Murrow. --Richiardi (illusionist) - Richiardi levitates a woman --On film: The New York premiere of the movie ""Giant"" with Jack Warner, George Stevens, Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson. Includes scene from ""Giant."" --Audience bows: Mr. & Mrs. Marcus Winslow (James Dean's Aunt and Uncle, who raised the late actor); Mayor of Detroit, Albert E Cobo (spelling?); Members of the Detroit Memorial Hall commission; Ford family memebers; Ford Dealer representatives (on-stage bows); --William Clay Ford (Ford rep) & dealer reps deliver keys to new theater. Other guests (scheduled to appear): --Vivian Blaine --Nanci Crompton (ballerina) --Takeo Usui (Japanese aerialist) --Jinx (performing monkey)

Scheduled guests: --Jack Paar --Marion Marlowe --Davis and Reese (comedy team) --Salvador (French comedian) --The Bokaras (acrobats on teeterboard) --The Sciplini chimps (boxing chimps) --On film: interviews with Rita Hayworth, Jack Lemmon and Robert Mitchum.

--Elvis Presley (2nd appearance) - ""Don't Be Cruel,"" ""Love Me Tender,"" ""Love Me"" (with the Jordanaires) and ""Hound Dog"" (with the Jordanaires). Other guests: --Senor Wences - ventriloquist with Pedro (head in box) and Johnny (hand puppet) --Joyce Grenfell (comedian) - sings ""Countess of Cotlet"" --Scene from Broadway show ""The Most Happy Fella"" (including songs ""Happy to Make Your Acquaintence"" and ""Big D"") --Little Gaelic Singers (children's chorus from Ireland) - ""Dancin' Song,"" ""Dandlin Song"" and ""Believe Me"" --Unus - Circus act in top hat & cape (introduced by Scampi - little boy in top hat) Audience bows: Robert Webb; Earl Wilson; DJs from Ottawa

Scheduled guests: --Nelson Eddy --Maurice Evans (Broadway star) --Patti Page (singer) --Elliot Reed (comedian) --Richiardi (illusionist) --Henri Salvador (French singer-comedian) --Toriani (juggling act)

Tribute to Life Magazine --Bing Crosby - sings ""True Love"" --Julie Andrews - sings a medley of ""Wouldn't It be Lovely,"" ""I'll Follow My Secret Heart"" and ""Someone to Watch over Me"" --Kate Smith - sings ""God Bless America"" --Phil Silvers Other guests (scheduled to appear): --Louis Armstrong --Marcel Marceau --Michael Redgrave and Barbara Bel Geddes appear in a scene from their Broadway play ""The Sleeping Prince.""

Guests: --Fats Domino - ""Blueberry Hill"" --Guy Mitchell - ""Singing the Blues"" --Don Rondo (singer) - ""Two Different Worlds"" --Mitzi Green - talks about the Palace Theater, sings ""Two A Day,"" then imitates Joe E. Lewis --Lou Nelson (stand-up comedian & song and dance man) - tells jokes about smiling, laughter, traffic regulations. --Sid Fields (comedian) - appears with Ben Blue as ""Shando,"" the mind reader --Ben Blue (comedian doing a pantomime sketch, Charlie Chaplin-type character) --Elsa And Waldo (woman in tutu pulls strings of a puppet) --Conn and Mann (tap dancing duo from the Copacabana) --On film: clip from the Elvis Presley's film ""Love Me Tender"" (Elvis' debut as a movie star). --Also: Ed introduces newest Air Academy military uniforms designed by Cecil B. De Mille & Henry Wilcoxon.

Guests: --Teresa Brewer - ""Mutual Admiration Society"" & ""Gonna Get Along Without You Now"" (clip with polo player, sword fighters, and dancer superimposed at bottom of screen). --Rudolf Bing (Patron of the Arts from the Metropolitan) - explains ""Tosca"" --Maria Callas & Rudolf Bing - ""Tosca"" (huge operatic production number, Maria's television debut) --Dick Shawn (comedian, Civil War routine & song about the war) --1956 Colliers All American Football Team (film footage of football games. Footage of Governor Gary of Oklahoma introducing two players on Colliers list from Oklahoma). Ed Interviews Players --The Barbour Brothers & Jean (two men & a woman do dance routine on stilts) On film: Clark Gable - Ed Goes to New Mexico to meet Clark Gable in a ghost town, the set of ""The King and Four Queens."" Raoul Walsh, the director, is also shown on the set. Mom McDade aims gun at Clark & shoots Ed. Audience bow: Arnold Tucker (quarterback on Army team, bomber pilot in Korea)

Guests: --Rosemary Clooney - ""April In Paris"" --Cranks (British comedy review) - (1) Anthony Newley sings ""I'm The Boy You Should Say Yes To"" & ""I'm In Love"" (2) Anthony Newley, Annie Ross & Gilbert Vernon perform a magic gloves sketch --Princeton Triangle Club (men in drag, in tutus) - Twelve players do comic ballet titled ""Goose Lagoon,"" then present Ed with an award. --Sophie Tucker (with Ted Shapiro?) - medley: ""I Always Have A Special Song,"" ""You Made Me Love You,"" """"Mama Goes Where Papa Goes,"" ""Put You're Arms Around Me Honey,"" ""You Made Me Love You,"" ""Mama Goes Where Papa Goes (Holding A Gun),"" ""La Vie En Rose,"" ""Rock Around The Clock"" and ""Some Of These Days"" --Myron Cohen (stand-up comedian) --On film: clip from ""The Teahouse Of The August Moon."" Followed by footage of Ed Sullivan visiting Marlon Brando, Michiko Kyo and Glen Ford on the movie set. --Liselote Kuester & Jockel Stahl (dance team) - couple dressed in matching suits do a dance routine. --Audience b

Scheduled guests: --Kate Smith --Sam Levenson --Joyce Grenfell --The little Gaelic Singers of Ireland --Dario Cassini (singer) --Klauson's Bears --A group of women gymnasts from Finland --The United Press awards for the ""Football Team of the Year"" --On film: Ed visits the Israeli Theatre in Paris.

Scheduled guests: --Jack Paar --Rise Stevens --Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy --Art Lund, Jo Sullivan and the three Abbondanza boys performing scenes from their Broadway play ""The Most Happy Fella."" --Baby Opal (performing elephant)

Scheduled guests: --Gracie Fields (actress) --Kaye Ballard (comedian) --Dolores Wilson (opera singer) --Annie Cordy (chanteuse) --Varvel and Bailey & Les Chanteurs de Paris (French singers) --The Half Brothers (juggling unicyclists) --Victor Julian and his performing dogs

Scheduled: --The Annual Look magazine TV awards including winners Sid Caesar, Perry Como, Walt Disney, Red Grange, Garry Moore, Edward R. Murrow, Bishop Fulton J. Sheen and Phil Silvers. Other scheduled guests: --The Vagabonds (comedy singing group) --LuAnn Simms (singer) --Ernesto Lecuona (Cuban songwriter) --Rickie Layne (ventriloquist, with his dummy Velvel) --Piet Van Brecht (European comedy act) --The Alcettys (novelty act) --The Mills chimpanzees

--Elvis Presley (3rd appearance) - ""Hound Dog,"" ""Heartbreak Hotel,"" ""Love Me Tender,"" ""Don't Be Cruel,"" ""Too Much,"" ""When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again"" and ""Peace in the Valley."" Other guests: --Carol Burnett (stand-up comedy) - re: different types of singers at auditions: a nervous girl singing ""Paper Moon"" & an overly confident woman singing ""I Feel A Song Coming On."" --Sugar Ray Robinson (interviewed by Sullivan after losing title fight, in jest Ed shows him how to box) --Arthur Worlsey (British ventriloquist) - dummy recites the alphabet --Lonnie Satin - ""I Believe"" (from ""Cotton Club"") --Leny Eversong (singer, from Brazil) - ""El Cumbanchero"" and ""Cante Afre Cubano"" (powerful gutsy singer) --Nancy Crompton (dancer, does hyper ballet) --The Six Gutis (Clowns & Men In Gorillas Suits) --Bory & Bor (sight gag - a man is wearing a costume which makes him looks like 2 people dancing) Audience bows: Don Budge; Jackie Robinson (newly retired); Gene Ward; Jimmy Lanno

Scheduled guests: --Imogene Coca (comedian) --Kate Smith (singer) --Jim Edmondson (comedian known as ""Professor Backwards"") --Fernanda Montel (South American singer) --The Dam Brothers (Danish comedy performers) --The Ballet Basque (a company of singers, dancers and musicians from France)

Singers / musicians: --Sonny James - ""Young Love"" --Ivory Joe Hunter (at piano) - ""Since I Met You"" --Betty Johnson - ""I Dreamed"" (or ""I Dream) --Fess Parker (with guitar) - ""Wringle Wrangle"" --The Tarriers - ""The Banana Boat Song"" --Russell Arms - ""Cinco Robles"" --Jill Corey - ""I Love My Baby"" --Marion Marlowe - ""True Love"" --Mattiwilda Dobbs (Metropolitan Opera star) - ""Summertime"" Other guests: --Ben Blue (pantomime act) - (1) Cafe sketch with ""live"" lobsters (2) quick change sketch portrait comes to life --Three Markays (3-man acrobatic team, contortionists do routine on parallel bars) --On film: Ed at annual banquet for the Indianapolis 500 auto race. --Women modeling gowns from past inaugurations. Models: Jo Sullivan, Marion Marlowe, Gena Rowlands, Gretchen Wildler, Julia Mead, Edith Adams, Jill Corey. --Audience bows: Edward Mulhare (actor); John Cassevetes

Scheduled guests: --Louis Armstrong --Ella Fitzgerald --The West point Glee Club --Dorothy Kirsten and Mario del Monaco (Metropolitan opera stars performing scenes from the opera ""Madam Butterfly."") --Senor Wences (ventriloquist) --The Szonys (dancers)

Scheduled guests: --Vic Damone (singer) --Al Hibbler (singer) --Jose Greco - singer, with his troupe of Flamenco dancers --Willie, West and McGinty (comedy trio) --Bas Sheva (Israeli singer) - ""Sheibone Beis Hamikdesh"" (possible song) --Estelita (Cuban singer) --Frank Libuse (comedian) --Ruwe and Louie (ventriloquist act)

--Benny Goodman (with his big band and trio) - ""Let's Dance,"" ""Memories of You"" and ""Just One of Those Things"" Additional guests (scheduled to appear): --Johnny Carson --Charlotte Rae (comedian, then appearing in the Broadway musical ""Li'l Abner"") --Victor Borge (comedian) --Benny Fields (vaudevillian) --Blossom Seeley (vaudevillian) --Rene's Puppets --Tonito (high wire performers) On film: The screen tests of two of four actresses trying out for the lead in the movie ""Marjorie Morningstar.""

Scheduled guests: --Cecil B. DeMille (producer of the film ""The Ten Commandments"") --Robert Wagner --Hugh O'Brian --Jeannie Carson --Peter Gennaro and Ellen Ray (dancing duo from the Broadway production of ""The Bells Are Ringing."") --Rickie Layne (ventriloquist with his dummy Velvel) --The Harlem Magicians (comedic basketball team which includes Goose Tatum and Marques Haynes) --Hilde Gueden and Jussi Bjoerling (opera singers)

Scheduled guests: --Lena Horne --Abbe Lane (singer) --Xavier Cugat --Doretta Morrow (from the Broadway show ""Kismet"") --Eddie Mayehoff

Tribute to Alan Jay Lerner & Fritz Loewe - presented in connection with the first anniversary of their Broadway hit ""My Fair Lady."" Lerner and Loewe appear on this show. Songs from ""My Fair Lady"": --Edward Mulhare (temporary replacing Rex Harrison) sings ""What Can't the English?"" --Stanley Holloway, Gordon Dilworth and Rod McLennan sing ""With a Little Bit O' Luck""--Michael King sings ""On Street Where You Live"" (from the original cast) Guests (performing songs from other Lerner-Loewe plays): --Fred Astaire & Jane Powell - perform a tap dance routine from ""The Liar's Song"" --Gene Kelly & Leslie Caron - dance to ""Love Is Here To Stay"" --Tony Bavaar sings ""I Talk to the Trees"" (from ""Paint Your Wagon"") --Jane Morgan sings ""Almost Like Being in Love"" (song and dance number from ""Brigadoon"") Also: --Stanley Holloway - recites poem, a sequel to ""Albert & The Lion"" --Marie Wilson (actress from ""My Friend Irma"") - interrupts Ed early in program and, later, does a mon

On film: An interview with Henry Fonda including clips from his film ""Twelve Angry Men"" Other scheduled guests (live on stage): --Associated Press All-American college basketball team led by Wilt Chamberlain --Don Ameche --Senor Wences (ventriloquist) --Charlie Gracie (singer) - scheduled to sing his hit recording ""Butterfly."" --Richard Tucker (opera singer) --Renata Tebaldi (opera singer) --Ben Blue (pantomimist) --The Wiere Brothers

Scheduled guests: --Robert Mitchum (actor) - turns singer & dancer as he performs a medley of calpyso tunes that he recently recorded. --Beatrice Lillie and Billy De Wolfe - perform scenes from the Broadway musical ""The Ziegfeld Follies,"" including dancing numbers led by Harold Lang and Helen Wood. --Edie Adams (actress, then appearing on Broadway in ""Li'l Abner"") - does impressions of Shirley Temple, Marlene Dietrich, Jeanette MacDonald, Ruby Keeler and Marilyn Monroe. --The Ames Brothers (singing quartet) - sing a medley of Irish songs and are joined by Mitchum in one tune. --Connie Towers (singer) --Robert Briscoe (Lord Mayor of Dublin) --Joe, Jack and Joanie (acrobatic trio)

Scheduled guests: --Julie London sings the title song from the movie ""Boy On a Dolphin"" --On film: Clips from ""Boy On a Dolphin"" starring Sophia Loren, Alan Ladd and Clifton Webb. --Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein - appeared to promote their musical ""Cinderella."" --Ella Fitzgerald (singer) --Giulietta Masina (Italian movie star) --Davis and Reese (comedy team) --The Ohio State Glee Club --Paul Hahn (comic golfer) --Miss Mara (Spanish aerialist)

Guests: --Buddy Knox (singer) - ""Party Doll"" --Frank Libuse (comedian) --Byron Nelson (golf pro) and Ken Ventura appear with Julia Meade --Paul Douglas, David Burns, Kay Medford and Tommy White (11 years old) perform a scene from their Broadway show ""A Hole in the Head"" --Fred Astaire - is interviewed by Ed. Fred then lip-synches his latest Verve recording ""That Face."" --Jacqueline Francois sings ""Love Is a Child."" --American actors Fredric March, Florence Eldridge and Peggy Wood meet with French stars: Gerard Philipe, Micheline Presle, Jean Marais, Francoise Arnoul, Juliette Greco and Jacqueline Francois. --Jacqueline Francois sings an uptempo French song --Abbe Lane - ""Arriverderce Roma"" --Xavier Cougat - uptempo Latin instrumental --Ferlin Husky (singer) - ""Gone"" --Jimmy Bowen (singer) - ""I'm Stickin' With You""

--Judy Holliday (actress) - sings ""I'm Going Back"" (from her Broadway musical ""Bells Are Ringing"") and ""Full of Life,"" the title song from her 1957 movie. Other guests (scheduled to appear): --Henry Fonda introduces film clips from his new movie ""Twelve Angry Men"" --Alan King (comedian) --Kay Thompson (actress, whose current movie was ""Funny Face"") - sings ""Quelle Joie"" and ""Bozazz."" --Alma Cogan (English singer & pianist) - performs a song from the TV musical ""Cinderella"" --Roy Campanella (catcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers) --Smith and Dale (comedy team doing an income-tax sketch) --Jack Harris (radio singer) - sings ""Sweet and Lovely"" and ""Maybe It's Because I Love Too Much"" --Linon (comedy wire-walker) --Paul Anderson (1956 Olympic weight lifting champion) - shown lifting 20 people (in a remote from Reno, Nevada)

Scheduled guests: --Buster Keaton (comedian) --Donald O'Connor (dancer & actor, in a remote from Las Vegas) - O'Connor does a portion of his Vegas night club act. --Chester Gould (""Dick Tracy"" artist and creator) --Charlotte Rae (comedian) - plays the Grand Duchess in a satire of ""Anastasia."" --Gale Gordon and Bob Sweeney (comedians) - do a comedy sketch about refinishing the attic of their home. --Don Murray (movie actor, from ""The Bachelor Party"") - does a special dance number.--Roberta Sherwood (singer) - sings ""Easter Parade"" --Marion Marlowe - sings ""Ave Maria."" --Mitzi Greene (comedian) - shows film clips of the highlights of her movie career as a youngster, and sings a medley of her early song hits.

--Bill Haley & the Comets - ""40 Cups Of Coffee"" & "" Rudy's Rock"" (instrumental - 2nd song) --Lena Horne - ""From This Moment On,"" ""I've Grown Accustomed to Your Face,"" ""Day In Day Out"" & ""From This Moment On"" --Tony Perkins - ""Rover's Lane"" --Ed introduces Tony Perkins to Jimmy Piersall (whom Perkins played in ""Fear Strikes Out"") --Jack Paar (stand-up, talks about art, commercials & his comeback) --Alfred Apaka (Hawaiian singer) - ""Speak Love"" and, earlier in show, sings 2 songs as part of Polynesian production number. --The Happy Jesters - ""Your Cheatin' Heart"" --George Dewitt (stand-up comedy, tells jokes about regional differences) --Senator George Smathers (Florida Senator gets award for fighting mental illness) --Barbara & Her Dog (novelty act, dog performs math tricks) --Pee Wee Hockey Team (presents Ed with stuffed baby seal) Audience bows: Henry J. Kaiser; Barney Ross (boxer); Jim Spaulding (bowler); Helen Landon (Carnival Cotton Queen); Hy Gardner -

Guests: --Johnnie Ray - ""All Of Me"" and ""Yes Tonight Josephine"" --Johnnie Ray (later in show) - medley: ""Cry,"" ""Just Walking In The Rain"" and ""Should I Reveal?"" --The Vagabonds (instrumental/comedy group) - ""Lazy River"" --James Melton (singer) - ""Almost Like Being In Love"" (with female violinists) Other guests: --Boxers Sugar Ray Robinson and Gene Fulmer meet on stage. --Walter Pidgeon & Ruth Mayyeson - appear in scene from ""The Happiest Millionaire"" (Note: Ruth Mayyeson is listed as ""Ruth Matteson"" on the transcript.) --Walter Pidgeon joins Ed, Sugar Ray & Gene Fulmer on stage. They talk about Walter's boxing techniques. Then Ed interviews the boxers. -- Dewey Pigmeat Markham (comedian) - routine: Dewey & Shorty argue about mathematics. (Boy wonder Robert Strom who won $192,000 on ""$64,000 Question"" joins Pigmeat & Ed Sullivan in mathematics sketch) --Ballet performance choreographed by Nina Novak --Audience bows: Abba Eban; General Burnell; Governor Lane

All-Navy talent program (talent chosen from Navy personnel from all over the country) Scheduled guests: (1) Navy talent includes: --The Four Palms (Marine vocal quartet) (2) Civilian talent: --Jack Dempsey (former heavyweight boxing champion) --Harvey Stone (comedian) --Bob and Ray (comedy team)

Scheduled guests: --Tommy Sands - ""Teenage Crush"" and ""Goin' Steady"" --Tommy Sands, Rise Stevens and Julie Wilson - ""Drop That Name"" (from the Broadway musical ""Bells Are Ringing"") --Rise Stevens (opera star) --Julie Wilson (nightclub singer) --The Glenn Miller Band (led by Ray McKinley) --Judge Dewey ""Pigmeat"" Markham (comedian) --Lou Holtz (comedian) --Davis and Reese (comedy team) --Georges Ulmer (comedy singer from London) --The Maxwells (comedy balancers)

--Jayne Mansfield - plays violin and, later in show, plays ""Malguena"" on the piano --Jack Webb talks with Ed about his new film ""The D.I."" --Bill Kenny (formerly of the Ink Spots) - ""The Best Way You Know How"" --Sam Snead (gives golf lesson on stage) --Phil Foster sings ""Let's Keep The Dodgers In Brooklyn"" --Ricky Layne & Velvel (ventriloquist act) - also did a bit about the Brooklyn Dodgers and baseball immediately following Phil Foster. --Dolores Gray - ""Fool's Errand"" & ""There'll Be Some Changes Made"" --Gene Austin (1920's recording artist) - plays piano and sings show tunes. (Scheduled to perform a medley of his hits including ""My Blue Heaven."") --Will Jordan (comedian, impersonates Ed Sullivan, Robert Mitchum, Bing Crosby & Jack Benny) --The Three Cottas (acrobatic act with two men, one woman & two dogs) --Martha Ann Bentley (ballet dancer) --Ed Introduces Martha Ann Bentley to Red Skelton & daughter (on stage).

Scheduled guests: --Tony Martin (singer) --Sarah Vaughan (singer) --Janet Blair (singer) --Lily Pons (singer) --Tony Martin, Sarah Vaughn, Lily Pons and Janet Blair - sing ""Sunshine Girl"" (from the Broadway musical ""New Girl in Town"") --Bob Lewis (comedian) --The Maxwells (billed as a ""basket-balancing act"") --Piet Von Brecht (novelty act) --A presentation of the Clarence Derwent Awards for the theater's best supporting performances.

Scheduled guests: --Joni James (singer) --Alan King (comedian) --On film: Harry Belafonte is shown singing ""Lead Man Holler"" in a clip from his movie, ""Island in the Sun."" --Judge Dewy ""Pigmeat"" Markham and Company (comedians) --The Malagon Sisters (vocal group) --Frances Faye (singer-pianist) - possible songs: ""Too-ra-loo-ra-loor-al (That's an Irish Lullaby)"" and ""Darktown Strutters Ball"" --Lou Nelson (comedian) --Joyce's camels, llamas and zebra

--Johnny Mathis - ""It's Not For Me To Say"" --Rusty Draper - ""Freight Train"" --John Raitt - soliloquy from ""Carousel"" --Polly Bergen - ""Can't Help Lovin' that Man"" & ""Just in Time"" --Victor Julian & Pets (trained animal act with dancing poodles) --Jean Carroll (stand-up comedian) --Paul Anderson (1956 Olympic weight-lifting champion) --Don Rondo - ""White Silver Sands"" --Page and Bray (ballroom ""adagio-dance"" duo) --Col. Ed Eagan presents an award to Alan Villiers, the captain of the Mayflower II (Mayflower replica) which sailed from Plymouth, England to Plymouth, Mass. On film: --Film clip of Bing Crosby singing ""Temptation"" --Ed interviews Bing Crosby and Inger Stevens on set of the movie ""Man on Fire""

Ninth Anniversary special broadcast from the Outdoor Marine Theater at Jones Beach, N.Y. Scheduled guests: --Burt Lancaster and Barbara Nichols (actors) - appear together in a comedy sketch. --Gene Kelly - does a soft shoe duet with Ed Sullivan. --Guy Lombardo (bandleader) - ""Show Boat"" medley. (Note: Guy Lombardo takes over the orchestra during this medley.) --Harold Lang and Helen Wood from the Broadway show ""The Ziegfield Follies"" --David Atkinson and Gloria Hamilton (performers from the Broadway show ""Show Boat"") - ""You Are Love"" --Julie Wilson (singer) - ""I'm a Bad Bad Girl"" & a Cole Porter medley --Dick Contino (accordion player) - ""Around the World"" & ""Granada"" --Lou Holtz (comedian) - tells Sam Lapidus stories --Frank Libuse (comedian) --Elliott Murphy's Aqua Belles --The Cypress Garden (Florida) Water Skiers

Guests: --Everly Brothers - ""Bye, Bye Love"" --Frances Farmer - ""Aura Lee"" --Nancy Whiskey & The Charles McDevitt Skiffle Group - ""Freight Train"" --Bonnie Guitar - ""Dark Moon"" (sings and plays guitar) --Kaye Ballard (stand-up comedian, topic: Mothers are always right) --Kirby Stone Four (vocal impressionists) - sing a comic version of ""Lazy River"" while imitating other singers. -- Jo, Jac, And Joni - (3 person British comedy troupe) - troupe uses musical instruments as props --Davis and Reese (stand-up comedians doing impressions) --Jackie Pung (Female golfer who lost the US Open on a technicality) --University Of Georgia Glee Club - sings ""June Is Bustin' Out All Over,"" ""Hand Holdin' Music,"" ""If I Loved You"" and the Georgia School Song (conducted by Byron Warner) --Barber And Manselle (former Harvest Moon Dancers perform) --Ed Talks To Michael Mark (boy contestant on the ""$64,000 Question"") --Audience bow: Rex Smith --On film: ""Prince and the Showgirl""

Guests: --Gary Cooper - Gary Cooper and Ed Sullivan watch a clip from ""Love In The Afternoon."" Ed talks with Gary Cooper. --Louis Armstrong - ""Beautiful Dreamer"" --Betty Madigan - ""Lets Dance"" --Teresa Brewer - ""Teardrops In My Heart"" and a medley of Jimmy McHugh songs (""When My Sugar Walks Down The Street,"" ""Lonesomest Gal In Town"" and ""Maggie Blues"") --Enzo Stuarti - ""Drink, Drink"" (listed as ""Enzo Duarte"" on transcript) --""Glee Club"" (Louis Armstrong, Teresa Brewer, Pat Rooney, and Enzo Duarte) sings ""Sweet Adeline"" --Jack Paar (stand-up comedian) - fashion display ""I Remember"" routine --Dewey Pigmeat Markham (The Judge & Shorty) - African-American comedy team, sketch: Civil defense men in graveyard. --Farley & combo (standing on huge trumpet) - ""Music Goes Round and Round"" --Pat Rooney - tap dances to ""When Irish Eyes Are Smiling"" --Alan and De Wood (comedy team) - topical humor, current events, Japanese soldier routine --Gardner Guards - 40 members play ""

Scheduled guests: --Sal Mineo sings ""Start Movin"" --Diahann Carroll --Don Cherry --Marvin Rainwater sings ""Gonna Find Me a Bluebird"" --Sue Carson (comedian) --Rickie Layne (ventriloquist with his dummy Velvel) --Art Mooney and his band --Willie Mosconi (pocket billiards champion)

Scheduled guests: --Ernie Kovacs and his Nairobi Trio --The Four Aces --Myron Cohen (comedian) --Ted Lewis (bandleader) --Hurricane Jackson (heavyweight challenger) --Connie Boswell and the original Memphis Five --Barbara Hall (billed as a ""showgirl-Shakespeare expert"") --The Molidor Trio (European novelty act)

Scheduled guests: --Dan Dailey (guest host for this week and next) --The Crew Cuts (vocal group) - ""My Blue Heaven"" --Roger Williams (pianist) --Toni Arden (singer) --Don Tannen (ventriloquist) Circus acts --Dan Dailey takes part in a trick-horse act --The Wallendas (high wire performers) --The Zacchinis (flying trapeze artists) --Victoria Zacchini (girl shot from cannon)

--Dan Dailey (guest host) --Everly Brothers - ""Bye, Bye Love"" Additional guests (scheduled to appear): --Marion Marlowe --Cesare Vallett (opera singer) --Herb Score (Cleveland Indians pitcher) --Jay Lawrence (comedian) --The Kirby Stone Four (musical imitators) --Chiquita and Johnson (dance team) --The All-American Chorus (from Colorado, led by Roger D. Fee of the University of Colorado) --Venetia Stevenson (starlet, chosen by Ed Sullivan as ""The World's Most Photogenic Girl"" for a photography magazine)

Guests: --Jayne Mansfield - Ed talks to Jayne about her favorite movie stars. Jane sings ""The Army Goes Rolling Along"" with the Army Chorus (later in show). Ed flirts with Jane. --Buddy Knox - ""Party Doll"" & ""Hula Love"" --Carol Burnett - ""I Fell in Love with John Foster Dulles"" & ""Puppy Love"" --Peter Palmer - ""I Hear Music When I Look At You"" Army talent: --The Texans (dance the Texas two step) --Privates Norbert Chrison and Freddie Engel (acrobat act) --Buddy Dee and the Fort Dix Six (New Orleans style jazz musicians) -- Burke Twins - dance and acrobatics routine ---Carl Rice (hoofer routine) --The Cavaliers - Barbershop-style singing group --James Tiliman (comedy routine) --Karl Milliken - ""The House I Live In"" --Major Samuel Tyson - Ed interviews hero --Tommy Hufstaedler - guitar folk riff --Sullivan introduces Army brass in audience. --The Under Secretary of the Army Fenuki presents Ed with an award (replica of Nike Missile) for presentin

Scheduled guests: --Cab Calloway --Janet Blair (actress-singer) --Sue Carson (comedian) --Connie Towers (singer) --Dick Contino (accordionist) --Elizabeth and Collins (acrobatic-knife-throwing team) --The Trio Molidors (novelty act from Europe) Athletes (scheduled to appear): --Otto Graham (former football star) --Bob Cousy (basketball star) --Gil McDougald (baseball player) --Cary Middlecoff (golfer) --Vic Seixas (tennis star) --Ted Atkinson (jockey)

--Sal Mineo (actor-singer) - sings ""Lasting Love"" (and possibly ""You Shouldn't Do That"") --Guy Mitchell sings ""Call Rosie on the Phone"" --Paul Gilbert (comedian) - does a doctor routine. --Carmen McRae sings ""Skyliner"" (with band) --Wes Harrison (sound effects comedian)

Guests: --The Del Vikings - ""Jitterbug Mary"" (listed as a ""military quartet"") --Nipsey Russell (stand-up comedian, topic: how slender his girlfriend is) --Sports writers Joe Trimble, Frank Graham, Jimmy Cannon ask Joe Dimaggio, Mickey Mantle & Willie Mays questions. (Sports Round Table) --Floyd Patterson (heavyweight champion) - Ed asks him why he eases up on his opponents. --The Famous Strolling Strings (orchestra violins) --The Copycats - ""Great Pretender"" (duo - one sings the other plays the piano) --Richardi (illusionist-magician, doing a ""disappearing woman"" trick) --Karen Laporte - ""Tammy"" --Danny Dillon - impersonates Bing Crosby, Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Mr. Magoo --Don Baduria - Hawaiian ukulele player --Ronnie Evans - Air Force tap dancer --Bob Kearns (a technical sergeant who sings opera) --Richard Best - So in Love"" (ballad winner of Chicago Tribune singing contest) --Josephine Busilaki - ""My Hero"" (winner of Chicago Tribune singing contest

Broadcast from Madison Square Garden. Guests: --Della Reese - ""Miss You So"" --Jimmie Rodgers - ""Honeycomb"" --Paul Anka - Diana"" --The Chordettes - ""Just Between You And Me"" --Marion Marlowe - ""One Night Of Love"" --Jean Carroll (stand-up comedian tells jokes about domestic life, makes fun of husband) --Jackie (correct name might be ""Jickie the balancer"") - acrobat, builds blocks while standing on his head --Ed introduces Tennis Champion Mel Anderson --On tape: Ed with Miss America Pageant Contestants Ice skating segments (all of these acts are probably from the 1958 Ice Capades): --""Fantasia"" Disney ice-skating production number with dancing hippos on ice. --Freddy Trenkler - does a slapstick skating routine --Helga (German ice skating champion) --Ronnie Robertson (ice skater) --Porgy And Larson - men playing badmitton on ice skates (with narration by Herb Kaumann) --La Bracque and Gray - ""The Dumbells"" (Ice Clowns as waiters on ice skates. One pre

--The Andrews Sisters - ""By His Word"" and a medley of hits --Billy Ward and the Dominos (vocal group) - ""Stardust"" --Nick Todd (Pat Boone's brother) - sings ""Plaything"" Complete Show: --Mildred Miller (opera singer) - sings ""Around The World In 80 Days"" --Florian Zabach (violinist) - plays ""Hot Canary"" --The Andrews Sisters - sing ""By His Word"" --Judge Dewey Markham and Shorty (comedy team) - argue mathematics --The Jackson Zouaves American Legion Drill Team (from Jackson, Michigan) - does marching maneuvers with rifles. --Ronnie Sweetz (national champion accordian player) - ""And That Reminds Me"" --Billy Ward and his Dominoes - ""Stardust"" --The Three Cottas (acrobats) - 2 men, 1 girl and 2 large dogs. (Note: might be The Carters, dance trio.) --Jill Corey - sings ""Love Me to Pieces"" --Joe E. Lewis (stand-up comedian) - routine about the Copacabana. --Nick Todd (Pat Boone's brother) - sings ""Plaything"" --Jules Munshin (Shakespearean actor) - does a tr

Guests: --Betty Grable - ""Put Your Arms Around Me"" --Harry James (trumpet player) - ""You Made Me Love You"" and ""Two O'clock Jump"" --Bobby Helms - ""My Special Angel"" --Carol Channing (comedian) - does an impression of Sophie Tucker --Jo Stafford – medley: ""You Belong To Me,"" ""Make Love To Me"" and ""Jambalaya (On The Bayou)"" --Jo Stafford (later in show) - ""Star Of Love"" --On film: clip from ""Bolero"" with Carol Lombard & George Raft. --George Raft - ""Sweet Georgia Brown"" (Raft dances) --George Raft, Jack Durant & Ed Sullivan talk about George Raft's life. --Jack Dempsey and Ed Sullivan talk about the long count fight of 1927. --Paul Anderson (Olympic champ weight lifter) - lifts stars from their seats --Jay Nemeth (ventriloquist) - with puppet who sings ""There Was A Boy"" --Jack Durant (comedian) - does impression of Clark Gable & sings ""When You're Smiling"" --Jimmy Roselli - ""Give My Regards To Broadway"" --Alfred Apaka & Nalani - Alfred sings Hawaiian songs

Scheduled guests (broadcast from Hollywood): --Johnnie Ray (singer) --George Burns and Gracie Allen (comedy team) --Della Reese (singer) --Ida Lupino and Howard Duff (husband and wife acting team; stars of the TV series ""Mr. Adams and Eve"") - sing ""Geymore"" (with Ed Sullivan) --Carla Alberghetti (singer) --Sally Forrest (dancer) --Richard Hearne (comedian, England's ""Mr. Pastry"") --George Sanders (actor) --The Happy Jesters (instrumental impressionists)

Scheduled: --Eva Marie Saint (actress) --The Everly Brothers - ""Wake Up Little Susie"" --Danny Thomas (comedian) --Bob and Ray (comedy team) --Alan King (comedian) --Kate Smith (singer) --The Mambo Aces (dancers) --The Harvest Moon Ball contest winners (dancers) --The Dancing Gordons (ballroom dancers) --Edoardo Raspino (juggler)

Scheduled: --The Mills Brothers (vocal group) --Joe Bennett and the Sparkletones perform ""Black Slacks"" --Georgia Gibbs (singer) --Mickey Rooney (actor) --Sammy Kaye and his band --Carol Lawrence (actress from Broadway's ""West Side Story"") --Hildegarde (singer) --Tippy and Cobina (trained monkey act)

ASCAP Show with guests: --The Platters - The Great Pretender"" (on film, Ed in Paris at Platters concert) --Frances Farmer - ""Down in the Valley"" (performed towards end of show) --Ed Presents Maurice Chavalier with Actors Award plaque --Jane Morgan - Fascination"" --Andy Quinn - ""Rock-A-Boogie --Constance Towers - ""You"" & ""The Night & The Music"" --Joe Howard - ""Hello My Baby"" & ""Goodbye My Lady Love"" --Gene Austin (sings & yodels) - medley: ""Lonesome Road,"" ""How Come You Do Me Like You Do,"" ""When My Sugar Walks Down The Street All The Birdies Go Tweet-Tweet,"" ""Melancholy Baby"" & ""Blue Heaven"" --Blossom Seeley - ""Teasin' Rag"" & ""Somebody Loves Me Rag"" --T C Jones (female impersonator) - ""Catch"" & does a satire of old musicals --Dario Cassini - ""Thine Alone"" (written by Victor Herbert) --Don Rondo - ""Bring Back My Summer Love"" --Rudolf Friml (pianist) - plays medley --Frank Faye (comedian) - chats with audience. Later in show, Faye jokes around with Ed. F

Musical acts: --Sam Cooke - ""You Send Me"" (excerpt performed at end of show) --Paul Anka - ""Diana"" --Jimmie Rodgers - ""Honeycomb"" and ""Kisses Sweeter Than Wine"" --The Sparkeltones (Joe Bennett & the Sparkletones) - ""Black Slacks"" --Patachou - ""Paris Looks at Herself"" and ""Jambes Roses"" Alberghetti Sisters segment -- Anna Marie Alberghetti sings ""Fa La Mana Bambin"" --Alberghetti Sisters (Anna Maria & Carla duet) - ""Mutual Admiration Society"" --Carla Alberghetti - ""Mi Amore Sorento"" (Anna Maria's Sister singing an Italian folk song)--Carla introduces Mother Alberghetti who plays piano. Piano solo. --Carla Alberghetti - ""Fascination"" Other guests: --Joy Kay (clown act slapstick) - Man's body is shoved into trunk, comes out as woman in bathing suit. --Arthur Worsley (British ventriloquist, the dummy does all the talking) --The Latinos (Three Italian dancers) --Sue Carson (comedian/impressionist, imitates teenagers) --The Dancers Of Bali (ethnic dance

Guests: --Ed talks with Robert Wagner & Joan Collins. A clip from the movie ""Stop Over Tokyo"" is shown. --Sarah Vaughan - ""Lucky In Love"" --Sarah Vaughan & Billy Eckstine - ""Passing Strangers"" --Billy Eckstine - does impressions of other singers (Sammy Davis Jr., Louis Armstrong) then plays trumpet solo. Later in show, Billy Eckstine sings ""If I Can Help Somebody"" --Roger Williams - Till"" and ""St. Louis Blues"" --Charlotte Rae (stand-up comedian, jokes about her diet routine) --Helen Woods - ""Love Is A Many Splendid Thing"" (Ziegfeld Follies girl dances & plays violin) --Katina Ranieri - ""Arrivaderchi Roma"" & ""Kanaya"" --Gaby, Fofo, & Miliki (musical/comedy routine) --Fernanda Montel - ""Melodie D'amour"" --June Taylor Dancers (from ""The Jackie Gleason Show"") dancing girls with hula-hoops. --Inia Tewiata (singer from New Zealand) - ""Waiata Poi"" --Ed Introduces Seventeen Magazine Doll Making Contest Winners. Ginger Christensen, Fannee Fields, Sharon Rae Robinson

Guests: --Gene Vincent & the Blue Caps - ""Dance to the Bop"" --Georgia Gibbs - ""Great Balls of Fire"" & ""Rock A Bye My Baby"" --Carol Burnett - ""Careless"" --Johnny Carson (stand-up comedy, does a routine about a children's show host who's suffering from a hangover) --Julius LaRosa - ""You Make Me Feel So Young"" and ""Just Forever"" --Kate Smith - ""All the Way"" & ""When Lover Has Gone"" --Harvey Stone (stand-up comedian) --Jose Melis (pianist from Jack Paar's show) - ""Tamanoco"" --Wally Griffin (stand-up comedian, jokes about Boston, does a routine about delinquents) --Les Garcons Delarue (French novelty act) --Vic & Adio (acrobats) --Latinos (3 male dancers, doing leaps and athletic dancing. Dancer dances on his head). --On film: Ed visits the set of ""Big Country."" Ed jokes around with the director (William Wyler) and the actors (Gregory Peck, Charlton Heston, Jean Simmons, Burl Ives). Chuck Connors pretends to rough Ed up.

Scheduled: --Rex Harrison (star of Broadway's ""My Fair Lady"") --Kay Kendall (comedian, wife of Rex Harrison) --Tony Martin (singer, in a remote from Boston) --The Four Aces (vocal group) --Barbara McNair (singer) --Joe E. Lewis (comedian) --Lu Ann Simms (singer) --The West Point Glee Club European acts (scheduled): --Les Garcons de la Rue (a French comedy singing group) --The Morlidor Troupe (novelty act) --Holger and Dolores (dance team)

--Buddy Holly and the Crickets - ""That'll Be the Day"" and ""Peggy Sue"" --Sam Cooke - ""You Send Me"" and ""For Sentimental Reasons"" --The Rays - ""Silhouettes"" --Bobby Helms - ""My Special Angel"" --Polly Bergen - ""Mean To Me"" and ""Smoke Gets In Your Eyes"" -- Ray McKinley & the Glenn Miller Orchestra (with guest singers) - perform a medley --Douglas Fairbanks (actor) - appears in a comedy sketch and, later in show, recites the Rudyard Kipling poem ""If"" --The Colliers All American Football Team (General Mills) introduced by Ed Sullivan and Lefty James. --Martha Ann Bentley (ballerina, dressed as a jockey) --Jean Carroll (comedian) --Tony And Sally Demarco (couple dancing to ""White Christmas"")

--The Platters - ""Only You"" and ""Indiff'rent"" --Ray Peterson - ""Fever"" --Noel Coward - sings medley of his own songs (please see Recap for titles) --Noel Coward sings ""What's Going To Happen To The Children"" (When There Are No More Grown Ups) --Eric Brenn - Plate juggler --See Hee Family - Acrobats --Sealy Wang (?) - puppet act --Jean Medeira (Metropolitan Opera Star) sings ""Sygoyna"" Ed Sullivan presents football awards --Princeton Triangle Club (men in drag) dance ""The Charleston"" --Cara Philano and Maria Rose (dancers) --Eileen O'Dare (dancer) --On film: Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis, Ernest Borgnine and Janet Leigh on location in Munich, Germany: --Jackel Mac Kensie (British Television star)

Scheduled guests: --Tony Bennett (singer) --Della Reese (singer) --Eddie Foy and Barbara Perry (from the Broadway musical ""Rumple"") --Lo, Hite and Stanley (comedy team) --Sue Carson (comedian) --Rita Streich (soprano, from Vienna) --The Konyots (comedy dance team) --Rudy Cardenas (juggler) --Paul Sydell and Spotty (animal act) --Baby Opal (performing baby elephant)

--Frankie Lymon - ""Goody Goody"" and ""It's Christmas Once Again"" Other guests: --Mary Knoll Seminarians - ""Mary Had a Baby"" --Parade Of The Snowmen - skate to ""Winter Wonderland"" --Skaters to ""Sleigh Ride"" (vocal) --Robert Maxwell (harpist) - ""White Christmas"" --Carol Lawrence - ""The Christmas Song"" sung to Jill and Dolly Davis who are dressed as rabbits --Jill and Dolly Davis tap dance to ""It's beginning To Look A lot Like Christmas"" --Shirley Reid (ventriloquist) - ""Santa Claude Is Coming To Town"" (doll is shown singing) --Rise Stevens - ""Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow"" and ""Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas"" --Skaters to ""Sleigh Ride"" --William Syrone speaks: theme praying --Joey Alfidi - 8 year old piano player ""The Minute Waltz"" while 3 beauty queens look on. --Audience bow: Wayne Morris --Rise Stevens with Mary Knoll Seminarians - ""I Wonder As I Wander""

--Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five - ""Caldonia"" & ""Peace Of Mind"" Scheduled guests: --Red Buttons --Roberta Sherwood --Victor Julian and his pets --Jo Hanwey (comic juggler) --Norbu (comedy act) --The DeCastro Sisters (vocal group) On film: a clip from the movie ""Legend of the Lost,"" with John Wayne, Sophia Loren and Rossano Brazzi.

Scheduled guests: --Johnnie Ray (singer) --The Everly Brothers --Clifford Guest (ventriloquist) --Bambi Linn (dancer) --Rod Alexander (dancer) --The ""Vienna on Parade"" orchestra --The Amandis (acrobats/teeterboard act) --Tex Barton and his horse (novelty/trained animal act)

Guests: --On film: Clip of Bing Crosby playing golf. --James Arness - appears on stage to talk with Ed. Then a film clip from the TV series ""Gunsmoke"" is shown (Marshall Dillon's office) --Mike Kellin & Sondra Lee - perform a scene from Ben Hecht's ""Winkleberg"" --Cesare Siepi - April Love"" --Marimba Masters (percussion group from the Rochester School Of Music) - ""Yesterdays"" and ""What Child Is This?"" --Jay Marshall (stand-up comedy, does tricks with golf tricks, tells jokes, makes things from folded paper). Later, Lefty the Hand puppet sings ""If I Had My Way."" --Elena Guest - ""Arrivederchi Roma"" --Peg Leg Bates & Jimmy Valentine (two tap dancers with peg legs) --Marcel Marceau - excerpt from David & Goliath routine --Texas Tommy - Novelty Act: Dog Act, Form Pyramid & Ride Bicycle --Roger Bannister, Johnny Podres, Bobby Morrow & Stan Musial - ""Sports Illustrated"" Sportsmen of the Year, clips of select plays are shown. --Sid James (Sports Illustrated represent

Guests: --On film: Mario Lanza - (1) In Rome, Lanza talks to Ed about the film ""7 Hills of Rome"" (2) Film clip: Lanza sings ""Arrivaderci Roma"" --Marisa Allasio (Italian actress from ""7 Hills of Rome"") - appears on stage with Ed. (Listed as ""Marissa Alotsio"" on transcript.) --Kirby Stone Quartet - ""It's A Really Big Show"" (performed with Ed Sullivan at opening of show) --Kirby Stone Quartet - ""It's Wonderful"" (song performed towards end of show. This version of ""It's Wonderful"" is about 2 snakes.) --Julie Wilson - ""I've Got To Sing"" and ""All The Way"" --Ballet De Florence & Frederick (3 men and women ballet dancers) --Valerie Clark - ""You're The Greatest"" --Clifford Guest (ventriloquist) (1) Dummy trapped in suitcase; (2) He re-appears later in show pretending to hold a baby in his arms. Makes a crying noises, belches. --Harrison And Kossi (ice skaters) - skate to ""Midnight In Paris."" Also, re-appears later in show. --Dario Cassini (opera singer) - ""Could My Heart Still

--Buddy Holly and the Crickets (their 2nd Sullivan appearance) – ""Oh Boy"" (performed towards end of show) --Jimmie Rodgers - ""Oh, Oh, I'm Falling In Love"" and ""Long, Hot Summer"" --Ted Lewis - ""Steppin' Out With A Memory,"" ""K-K-K-Katy"" (with Eddie Chester and Beverly Marshall) and ""Tiger Rag"" --Joyce Grenfell (comedian doing a nursery school routine) --Billy Myles - ""The Joker"" --Andre Moon & his Puppets - 8 Dancing Puppets --Japanese film actresses Hediko Takimini, Shiro Kido (approximate spellings) and other Japanese female stars appear in recognition of Japanese Film Week. --Duke University Glee Club - ""Prayer"" & ""Alma Mater"" --Wally Griffin (stand-up comedian) --Gartner and Landry (judo) --Kovach & Rabovski (jazz / ballet) --Japanese Dance Group - Japanese dancers and singer appear in production numbers at the beginning and end of show.

Scheduled guests: --Ted Lewis (bandleader) --Beverly Marshall (comedian) --Georges Guetary (French singer) --Helen Gallagher (dancer) Georges Guetary and Helen Gallagher perform ""Isn't It Wonderful?"" - a song from the Broadway show ""Portofino"" in which they both appear. The theme of this show was the Brussels World's Fair (scheduled to open in April 1958). Guests from various nations of the world were to appear.

Scheduled guests: --Gina Lollobrigida (actress) --Sally Ann Howes (musical-comedy star who replaced Julie Andrews in Broadway's ""My Fair Lady"") --Billy Kenny (singer, formerly of the Ink Spots) --Jack Carter (comedian) --Goose Tatum and the Harlem Basketball Stars --The Three Bragazzis (an Italian comedy act) --Rolly and Arry (pantomime artists)

Scheduled guests: --Vic Damone sings ""Gigi"" and ""Gift of Love"" --On film: Anna Magnani (actress, takes Ed on a filmed tour of Rome) --Davis and Reese (comedy team) --Willie, West and McGinty (vaudeville comedians, doing a ""House-building"" sketch) --The Four Esquires (vocal quartet) --The Little Gaelic Singers (from Ireland) --George Carl (pantomime artist) --Toni Dalli (singer from Italy) --Rochiardi (illusionist / magician from Spain) --The Three Szekelys (a ""hand-balancing"" act)

--The Happy Jesters (comedy singing male trio) - ""Somebody Stole My Gal"" --Radio City Music Hall Symphony [song - unknown] --Victor Moore (veteran actor, celebrating his 82nd birthday) - sings 3 songs --Jack Sharkey (heavyweight boxing champ) - Fishing exhibition --Joe Kirkwood - Trick Golf shots --Tina Robin - sings ""Imagination,"" does imitations of other singers, and ""Melancholy Baby"" --Martin Brothers (jugglers) --Gino Donati (opera singer doing a balancing act) --Michelle Boston - young girl - mentalist --Jack Warden --The Happy Jesters - ""Your Cheating Heart"" --La Vern Baker - ""Substitute"" --Cornelis - silent act as patient in dentist's office

Scheduled guests: --Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. (actor) --The Everly Brothers (singers) - ""This Little Girl of Mine"" --Charles Manna (comedy singer) --Jean Carroll (comedian) --Georges Guetary (French singer) --Jay Nemeth (ventriloquist) --The Bonny Sisters (vocal trio)

Guests: --The Everly Brothers - ""Wake Up Little Susie"" & ""Be Bop a Lula"" --Jo Stafford - ""Anything Goes"" & ""Tomorrow Mountain"" --The Sparkletones - ""Cotton Pickin' Rockers"" (Rockabilly band) --Lonnie Satin & Barbara McNair (of the Broadway musical ""The Body Beautiful"") - ""All Of These & More"" --Cyril Ritchard - ""Opportunity Knocks But Once,"" ""Mother Comes Too"" and ""Come To The Supermarket"" --Carol Heiss (ice skater, live from Madison Square Garden) --David Jenkins (figure skater, live from Madison Square Garden) --Dick Shawn (comedian, during act puts on ""blackface"" make up & becomes Othello) --The Vagabond Painter (Tour-bier) - Parisian painter creates Folies Bergeres dancer out of map of Paris --The Samy Brothers (acrobatic act from Egypt) --Harrison & Fisher (ballroom dancing) --Los Trianos (or ""Los Triannas"" - Spanish Flamenco dancers)

St. Patrick's Day show with scheduled guests: --Mickey Shaughnessy (actor, appeared in the 1957 movie ""Don't Go Near the Water"") --Myron Cohen (comedian) --Sue Carson (comedian) --Darryl Stewart (Australian singer) - ""When Irish Eyes are Smiling"" --The McNiff Irish Dancers --The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick (a glee club) - ""Eileen Allana"" and ""O'Donnell Aboo"" --Eddy Manson and his harmonica group - playing an Irish medley --Martin Granger and his puppets --The Mascots (balancing act) --Also: Ed presents the second Championship Performance Award to the outstanding athlete of the 1930-45 era.

Guests: --Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II promote their film ""South Pacific."" A film of the NYC premiere of the movie is shown. Rodgers and Hammerstein appear on stage with Ed. --Roberta Peters (opera singer) - ""Younger Then Springtime"" (with Richard Rodgers playing piano). --The Marquis Chimps (trained animal act) --Bert Lahr (comedian) - baseball sketch with sportscaster David Burns. --Michael Hale (singer) - ""Luck Be A Lady Tonight"" --Carol Haney and Peter Gennaro (dancers) --The Four Preps"" - sing ""26 Miles (Santa Catalina)"" --Dickie Henderson (British singing comedian) --Wally Griffith (comedian) --Roberta Peters (opera singer) - ""The Shadow Song"" --Torakichi Nakamura and Koichi Ono (Japanese golfers) --Cameo: Frank Pace (former US Secretary Of War) --Audience bows: Herb Cups; Mrs. Richard Rodgers; Mrs. Oscar Hammerstein; Charles Silvio --The Rays"" (vocal group) - sing ""The Man Above""

Scheduled guests: --Della Reese (singer) --Roger Williams (pianist) --Frankie Vaughan (singer from England) --Jane Morgan (singer) --Sam Levenson (comedian) --Georges Guetary (French singer) --Anton Dolin and his London Festival Ballet (with John Gilpin, Louis Godfrey, Michael Hogan and Andre Prokovsky) --George Shearing (pianist) --Dorothy Donegan (pianist) --O'Brady (novelty puppet act from Europe) --The Three Brazzazzis (European comedy act)

Guests: --Carol Burnett (comedian, doing a tribute to the Emmy Awards) --Maurice Chevalier - ""Gigi"" & ""Quay De Bercy"" --Conrad Hilton (reads a poem he wrote) --Guy Lombardo - ""Everywhere You Go"" and ""Over & Over"" (Note: The singer is either Kenny Gardner or Bill Flanagan) --Nell Rankin (mezzo-soprano) sings ""Pace, Pace"" --Chicago Opera Ballet - ""The Merry Widow Waltz"" --The Johnson Family - medley of religious songs --Regine & Andre Berny (dancing team) --Les Marquis Markays (acrobats, two brothers perform balancing tricks) --Clarence Willard (contortionist, called ""The Man Who Grows Before Your Eyes"") - appears to grow taller on stage --Joe Castor (puppet show, puppet paints a picture) --Audience bow: Mrs. Wendell Willkie --On-stage bows: Don Kerr, Linley Ruddock, Jerry Wald --Dr. Everett Clinchy, of the National Conference Of Christians & Jews, presents Ed with an award.

Scheduled guests: --Nat King Cole (singer) --Mickey Mantle (of the New York Yankees, was the American League's most valuable player of 1957) --Yogi Berra (catcher) --Whitey Ford (pitcher) --Jack Norworth (composer, wrote ""Take Me Out To the Ball Game"") --Joyce Grenfell (British comedian) --Laurie London (14-year-old singer)

Guests: --The Champs - ""Tequila"" --Hermoine Gingold & Billy Dewolfe - ""Careless Talk"" --Kathy Linden - ""Billy"" --Vivian Blaine - ""Say, Darling"" (from the Broadway show ""Say, Darling."") --David Wayne - ""River"" and a number from ""Say, Darling"" --Scenes from the University Of Pennsylvania Mask and Wig Club (men in drag, chorus line). --Rickie Layne (ventriloquist with his dummy Velvel) --Martin Granger puppets --Helene & Howard (comedy dance team) --Miklos Gafni (Hungarian tenor) - ""E. Lucevan E. Stelle"". --Annapolis Glee Club - ""Navy Song"" --Anna D'Angelo - ""Kansas City"" --Freddie Bell & The Bell Boys (vocal group) - ""Saints Ding, Dong"" and ""Say Darling"" --D'Angoly's (juggling act) --Audience bows: Will Jordan, Bill Gunn, Mary Martin

Guests: --The Everly Brothers - ""All I Have To Do Is Dream"" --Sal Mineo (actor) - sings ""A Couple Of Crazy Kids"" & ""Baby Face"" --Patachou - ""Poor People Of Paris"" & ""Wonderful Guy"" --Georgia Gibbs - ""Today I Love Everybody"" and ""Melancholy Baby"" --Teresa Brewer - ""I Think The World Of You"" --Maria Neglia (novelty voilin act) - ""Plink Plank Plunk"" --Jack Carter (stand-up comedian) --Arthur Worsley (ventriloquist act) --Art Todd & Dotty Todd - demonstrate multitrack tape recording --Julius Sundman (magician) --Trio Hoganis Acrobats (highwire act) --Keoni Dancers (acrobatic dancers) --Cameos: Muriel Abbott (talent agent); Gladys Robinson (artist)

Guests: --The Chordettes - ""Lollipop"" --David Seville - ""Witch Doctor"" --Lillian Roth - ""How About You"" & ""Sing You Sinners"" --Wayne & Shuster (comedy team) - Julius Caesar sketch --Amru Sani (singer from India) - ""I Remember You"" --Carol Haney & Peter Gennaro - ""On The Sunny Side of the Street"" --Denise Darcel - ""Mam'selle"" --Helen Gallagher - ""Something's Coming"" --Ed Townsend - ""For Your Love"" --The Kims (3 men comic acrobat act) --Gaston Palmer (French comic juggler) --The Clementi Twins (Australian bicyclist balancing act) On-stage bows: Captain Zohar (Israeli pilot) & Milo Valenzuela (Kentucky Derby jockey); Bob Mathias --Audience bows: BPOE National Youth Leadership contest Winners; winners of the 15th Annual National Press Photographers News Picture award; Pakistan's cricket team.

--Connie Francis - ""Who's Sorry Now?"" Scheduled guests: --Eleanor Roosevelt - pays tribute to Israel's 10th anniversary --Tony Martin (singer) --Wayne and Shuster (comedy team) --Benny Fields and Blossom Seeley (vaudeville team) --Al Hibbler (singer) --Don Rondo (singer) --Art & Dotty Todd (singer) --Dick Contino (accordian player) --George Givot (entertainer, show business veteran) --The Trio Rayros (comedy tumbling act)

Scheduled guests: --Maurice Chevalier (star of the new movie ""Gigi"") --Sophie Tucker --Carol Lawrence (of ""West Side Story"") --Jack E. Leonard (comedian) --The West Point Glee Club --The Kim Sisters (singing trio from Korea) --Georgie Tapps and his dancers --The Wake Forest College majorettes, Winston-Salem, N.C. --John Risko (plate spinner)

Scheduled guests: --Frankie Lymon (singer) --Alan King (comedian) --Hermione Gingold (actress-comedian) --Allan Drake (comedian) --Althea Gibson (tennis star, making her TV singing debut) --Zizi Jeanmaire and Roland Petit (husband & wife ballet performers from France) --The Three Edwards (Canadian balancing act) --The Theda Sisters (European trapeze performers)

Scheduled guests: --Johnny Wayne and Frank Shuster (guest hosts, taking over while Ed was at the World's Fair in Brussels) --Edie Adams (singer-comedian) --Jimmie Rodgers (singer) - ""Secretly"" --Doretta Morrow (singer) --Sallie Blair (singer) --Mario Del Monaco (singer) --Jeanmarie and Roland Petit (French ballet stars) --The Amin Brothers (Egyptian novelty act)

Scheduled guests: --Della Reese --Hugh O'Brian (star of ""Wyatt Earp"") --Alan King (comedian) --Carol Haney and Peter Gennaro (dancers) --Jack E. Leonard (comedian) --Roberta Sherwood (singer, accompanied by her three sons, who play guitar, drums and trumpet.) --Noelle Adam (dancer, star of Francoise Sagan's ballet ""The Broken Date"") ""King's Castle"" sketch performed by Alan King and his comedy troupe. Cast: --Alan King (as the husband) --Georgann Johnson (as the wife) --Ruth McDevitt (as the mother-in-law) --Bernie West (as the brother-in-law) --Chris Snell (as the boy)

The Brussels World's Fair (a filmed tour of the fair) Guests (also on film): --The Platters - probably ""Twilight Time"" --William Holden --Sophia Loren --Brigitte Bardot --Maurice Chevalier --Jacques Tati --Mitzi Gaynor --The Nitwits (British comedy troupe) --The Bayanihan Troupe (Philippine folk dancers)

Note: The 10th Anniversary Special is made up of clips from the past 10 years of ""Toast of the Town"" & ""The Ed Sullivan Show."" Clips: --1948 highlights: The June Taylor Girls (chorus line); Patsy Flick --1949 highlights: First TV ice show, Carol Lynn, Ed In Fur Coat Tries To Ice Skate, falls / Luise Rainer / Teresa Brewer's Debut / Charles Laughton reads from the Bible / Harry Armstrong / Maude Nugent Jerome / W. C. Handy / Bill Bojangles Robinson / Rosemary Clooney's debut --1950 highlights: Babe Didrikson Zaharis, Margaret Truman, Perry Como / Audience Bows: Roy Campanella, Mrs. Knute Rockne / Mayor O'Dwyer makes Gordon Jenkins cry. / Scene from ""Member Of The Wedding"" --1951 highlights: Moira Shearer, Gertrude Lawrence / Helen Hayes Talks About. ""Victoria Regina"" & Theater Life / Oscar Hammerstein Recites ""The Last Time I Saw Paris Lyrics (TV's first split screen) / Yul Brynner, Sugar Ray Robinson Kids Sam Snead --1952 highlights: Jackie Gleason & Art Carney; Audrey He

1958-06-30T00:00:00Z

11x40 Moscow's Moiseyev Ballet

11x40 Moscow's Moiseyev Ballet

  • 1958-06-30T00:00:00Z — 60 mins

Newspaper description #1: Hour-long show devoted to Moscow's famed Moiseyev dancers, with Ray Bloch and his orchestra. Newspaper description #2: Tonight's show should fare considerably better than last week's 10th anniversary program. This one should be a real knock-out with the famous Moiseyev Ballet from Russia as the singular attraction. This will mark the first time that the frenzied folk-dancers have appeared on American TV.

Program broadcast from Las Vegas: Esther Williams swimming segments: --(1) Esther introduces ""Water Babies"" (children diving into swimming pool). Esther Williams gives little girl piggy back ride in swimming pool. --(2) Esther Williams announces Junior Champion Swimmers. Joe Monahan on high board. Papsy Georgian in pool with children swimming and diving. The AAU Champion Synchronized swimming team. Esther Williams emerges from a circle of swimmers, she swims, approaches side of pool, then blows a kiss to the viewer. --On film: Clip of Frank Sinatra in Monte Carlo, Monaco for the world premiere of ""Kings Go Forth."" Sinatra appears with Prince Ranier, Princess Grace & Caroline. Other guests: --Carol Burnett (stand-up comedy routine about braces) --Professor Backwards (stand-up routine about Las Vegas) --Kirby Stone Four - ""Lazy River"" --Sally Blair - ""Witchcraft"" --Duke Lloyd - Gigi"" (incomplete, interrupted by a Mercury commercial) --Joe Cook, Jr. (comedian

Scheduled guests (from the Desert Inn in Las Vegas, Nevada): --Ann Blyth (movie star) - might have performed ""Little Girl Blue"" on this date. --The Four Preps (vocal group) - ""Big Man"" & ""Lazy Summer Night"" --Anna Maria Alberghetti (singer, movie star) --Pat McCormick (Olympic diving champion) --Ramine (Hawaiian dancer, appears in the movie ""South Seas Adventure"") --Brascia and Tybee (dance team) --Rickie Layne (ventriloquist) --Bennett and Patterson (comedy duo) --Richiardi (magician)

The 5th Annual Army talent show: --Teresa Brewer (scheduled guest host) Scheduled Army talent: --Pfc. Constantine Cassolas (operatic tenor from Brooklyn, NY) --The Second U.S. Army chrous, directed by Rinaldo Massimino --The Circle (a country and western trio) with Sfc. Horace Burns (Knoxville, Tenn.), Sgt. Ervin Elswick (Cromona, Ky.) and Sgt. Thomas Parker (Kannapolis, N.C.) --The Cold Cuts with Sp-1 Ernest Calla (East Boston, Mass.), Pfc. Howard Garfin (Flushing, N.Y.), Pfc. John Guthman (Stowe, Vt.), Pfc. Stan Kletkewicz (Philadelphia, Pa.) and Pfc. Robert Runion (Bluefield, W.Va.)

Guests: --Ernie Kovacs - conducts the Nairobi Symphony (with musicians in monkey costumes). --Sheb Wooley - ""The Purple People Eater"" --Gisele MacKenzie - ""All The Way"" --Bobby Van - ""Too Darn Hot"" (sings and dances to song from ""Kiss Me Kate"") --Gordon MacRae - medley: ""Moonlight Bay,"" ""Tea For Two,"" ""Stranger In Paradise"" and ""If I Loved You"" --Paul Hampton - ""Let's Fall In Love"" --George Givot (Italian comic) --Jean Wald (orchestra made up of elderly women) - Grandma Orchestra plays 1920's medley. --Julia Mead - impersonates Ertha Kitt, Ray Bolger, Ethel Merman --Jimmy and Mildred Mulcay (harmonica players) - ""Caravan"" --Frisco Four (barbershop quartet) --The Goofers (comical musicians) - ""Flying Blues"" & ""Man On the Flying Trapeze"" (musicians goofing around, on pogo sticks, doing cartwheels, one swings upside down while playing bass, etc.)

Scheduled: --Wayne and Shuster (comedy team) --Dolores Gray (musical-comedy star) --Jack E. Leonard (comedian) --Margaret Tynes (singer) --Dieter Tasso (juggler)

Scheduled: The 4th Annual U.S. Navy World Wide Talent Contest --Sam Levenson (comedian, appearing as guest host) Guests include --Rear Adm. Dan Gallery's steel drum band (from the San Juan, Puerto Rico Naval Base)

Guests include: --Gregory Peck (cameo, introduces Judy White, burn victim) --Teresa Brewer - ""Don't Bring Lulu"" and ""I Wouldn't Trade The Sliver"" --Roger Williams (pianist) - ""Near You"" --Domenico Modugno (Italian vocalist) - ""Volare"" --Carol Lawrence & Peter Gennaro - ""Shine On My Shoes"" --Shelly Berman (stand-up comedian doing jokes about life's most embarrassing moments) --Ted Williams (makes an appeal for the Jimmy Fund, for children with cancer) --Perez Prado - ""Patricia"" --Elsa & Waldo (comedy dance routine, woman in tutu) --Jackie Cannon (stand-up routine) --Marquis Chimps (trained monkey/chimp act) --Audience bows: Max Case, Harry Dekay, Emmy Wideman & Anthony Marsello, Dana Andrews, Jack Sterling

Scheduled guests: --Wayne and Shuster (comedy team, appearing as guest hosts while Ed was in Israel) --Frankie Lymon (singer) - ""The Only Way To Love"" --Georgie Kaye (comedian) --Jean Carroll (comedian) --Charlie Applewhite (singer) - ""Stormy Weather"" --Ann Leonardo (singer) - ""You, You Romeo"" --Althea Gibson (tennis champion & singer) --Elisa Jayen (dancer) --Janik and Arnaut (dancers, doing their ""Snake Dance"")

The Air Force Talent Show Civilian guests: --Dick Powell (actor, appearing as guest host while Ed was in Israel) --Jack E. Leonard (comedian) --The Air Force talent consisted of winners of the Annual All Air Force Talent Contest. (The grand finals were held in May 1958 at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi.) Also appearing: Contestants in the Miss America Pageant, including --Anita Bryant (Miss Oklahoma) --Mary Ann Mobley (Miss Mississippi, later became Miss America 1959)

Broadcast from Madison Square Garden --John Harris's Ice Capades --Georgia Gibbs - sings ""The Hula-Hoop Song"" Scheduled guests: --Johnny Ray (singer) --Jane Morgan (singer) --Professor Backwards --Jill Corey (singer) --Jinx (a chimpanzee that performs on skates)

12x01 Tommy Edwards / West Side Story Broadway cast / Mickey Rooney

  • Season Premiere

    1958-09-15T00:00:00Z — 60 mins

Guests: --Tommy Edwards - ""It's All In the Game"" --Mickey Rooney and Joey Forman - appear together in a ""Candid Camera"" parody. --Mickey Rooney - talks about the film ""The Last Mile"" in an interview with Ed. --Jacquelyn McKeever (musical-comedy star) sings ""I Feel Pretty"" (from ""West Side Story"") --Domenico Modugno (Italian vocalist) sings ""The Coffee Song"" and ""Drunken Donkey"" in Italian. (Note: Domenico Modugno was the composer of ""Volare."") --The Marilicks (correct spelling?) - plate juggling & spinning act --Audience bows: Jerome (Jerry) Robbins / Stuart Granger / Col. Greg Pappy Boyington (WWII hero, leader of the Baa Baa Black Sheep Squadron) --On stage intro: Major Johnson (commander of Grenadier Band, The Scotguard Pipers) --Joe E. Lewis (comedian) - does his famous drunk ""act"". --Pinky and Perky (a puppet act from Europe) - does a humorous version of ""Volare"" --Jaye P. Morgan (singer, scheduled to appear with her four brothers) Additional guests

Scheduled guests: --Wayne & Shuster (comedy team) --Alan King (comedian) Also, these stars of CBS's programs for the upcoming season were scheduled: --Steve McQueen (""Wanted-Dead or Alive"") --Jackie Gleason (""Jackie Gleason Show"") --Art Carney (DuPont Show of the Month's ""Harvey"") Gleason and Carney appear together in a filmed sequence. --Raymond Burr (""Perry Mason"") --Edward R. Murrow (""Person to Person"" and ""Small World"") --Phil Silvers (""Phil Silvers Show"") --Red Skelton (""Red Skelton Show"") --Gale Storm (""Gale Storm Show"") --Ronald Reagan (""GE Theater"") --Robert Young, Jane Wyatt, Elinor Donahue, Billy Gray and Lauren Chapin (from ""Father Knows Best""). --Arthur Godfrey (Arthur Godfrey Show,"" appearing on tape) --Dorothy Collins and Johnny Desmond (""Your Hit Parade"") --Spring Byington (""December Bride,"" appearing on tape) --Richard Boone (""Have Gun Will Travel"") --Warner Anderson (""The Lineup"") --Robert Culp (""Trackdown"")

Guests: --Julie Wilson - ""It's Great To Be Alive."" --Bobby Van (dancer) And Robert Maxwell (harpist) --Shecky Greene (Las Vegas comedian) - jokes about boxers, intellectual comics, Danny Thomas. Shecky then sings ""Autumn Leaves"" and lampoons band singers. --Los Chavales with Trini Reyes (Flamenco-style Spanish dancing) --On film: ""Early Morning Mist."" - A sight-seeing movie of New York narrated by Ed (runs approx 2.5 minutes). --Wayne and Shuster (Canadian comedy team) - do a baseball parody sketch: The New York Yankees vs. The Liverpool Whitespats. --Whitey Ford, Yogi Berra and Mickey Mantle appear with Ed. --Sacha Distel (French actor engaged to Brigitte Bardot - they never married) - following film of Ed interviewing Brigitte Bardot, Sacha Distel sings ""Please Don't Tell Bridget."" --Ballet Español (bullfighting ballet) --Julie Wilson - ""I Could Write A Book"" --Audience bows: Gregory Peck and wife. ""The Big Country"" is plugged. --Jim O'Toole is introduced (O

Scheduled guests: --Danny Thomas --Frankie Laine (singer) --Patachou (French singer) --Tina Robin (singer) --Little Buck (dancer) --Bambi Linn and Rod Alexander (dancing team) Baseball segment: --Milwaukee Braves: Warren Spahn, Henry Aaron, Eddie Matthews, Red Schoendienst and Del Crandall. --Joe Garagiola (Sportscaster and former St. Louis Cardinals catcher)