The Ed Sullivan Show Season 16

Season 16

The Ed Sullivan Show Season 16

First Air Date: September 30, 1962

First Aired on    :   1962
Episodes    :   42 episodes



Episodes

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16x42 Matt Monro / Joan Sutherland / Della Reese (August 18, 1963)


Guests (taped show): --Joan Sutherland - ""Son vergin vezzosa"" (from Bellini's ""I Puritani"") --Della Reese - ""You Came a Long Way from St. Louis"" & ""Be My Love"" --Matt Monro (British singer) - ""Georgia on My Mind"" --Stan Kenton and his band - ""Maria"" & ""I Feel Pretty"" --Thelma Lee (comedian) --Norman & Dean (comedy team) --Bob Bramson (hoop act) --The Gimma Brothers (acrobatic tumblers)


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16x41 On tape: Kate Smith; Jackie Mason; Joya Sherrill (August 04, 1963)


Guests, on tape (pre-recorded show): --Kate Smith - ""I Wish You Love,"" ""When Your Lover Has Gone"" & ""But Beautiful"" --Jackie Mason (comedian) --Morecombe and Wise (comedy team from Britain) --Joya Sherrill (jazz singer) - ""New York's My Home"" --Danny Costello (singer) - ""You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You"" & ""Falling in Love with Love"" --Pat Buttram (comedian) --The Antonio Ballet Espanol --Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) - ""Volare""


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16x40 On tape: Wayne & Shuster; Kay Stevens; Marion Marlowe; Bill Dana (July 14, 1963)


Guests, on tape (pre-recorded show): --Wayne & Shuster (comedy team) --Kay Stevens (musical-comedy performer) - ""Make Someone Happy"" & ""I Ain't Down Yet"" --Marion Marlowe (singer) - ""Night and Day"" --Bill Dana (in character as Jose Jimenez) - ""My Funny Valentine"" --The Kane Triplets (singer) - ""Dear Mr. Kennedy"" & ""When We Grow Up"" --Harry Rose (vaudevillian) - Al Jolson medley --Linon (clown) --Dennis Spicer (comedy ventriloquist) --Conrad Buckner (tap dancer)


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16x39 Al Hirt / Totie Fields / Geula Gill / Alberto Rochi (June 30, 1963)


Guests: --Al Hirt (trumpet player with combo) - ""Down by the Riverside"" and, later in show, ""Carnival in Venice"" & ""Row Row Row"" --Geula Gill (Israeli singer, with 2 backup singers & band) - ""Tzena Tzena"" & ""Malaguena Salerosa"" --Tommy Cooper (magician-juggler) --Alberto Rochi (tenor) - ""Al Di La"" (in Italian) --Totie Fields (stand-up comedian) - tells jokes about her career, the Sullivan Show, her weight, etc. --Wallace Brothers (tap dancers-entertainers) - tap dance and tell jokes --Jack Carter (stand-up comedian) - jokes about his work with Ed, Las Vegas, air travel, married life, gambling, etc. & sings ""Bye Bye Blackbird. --Bobby Ramsen (stand-up comedian)


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16x38 15th Anniversary Show with clips from past shows: Elvis Presley, Gary Cooper (June 23, 1963)


15th Anniversary Show with clips from past shows (special 90-minute episode): --1949: Charles Laughton - soliloquy from Henry V (TV debut) --1951: Gertrude Lawrence, Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein - excerpt of ""Whistle A Happy Tune"" --1951: Helen Hayes - talks about ""Victoria Regina"" --1952: Jackie Gleason & Art Carney - Bakery Scene --1952: Cole Porter - talks about early flop --1953: Walt Disney & Ed Sullivan at Disney Studios: Walt Shows Ed how animation is done. --1954: Jack Benny gets advice from Ed Sullivan. --1955: Scenes from three movies reenacted live on stage: (1) James Cagney, Henry Fonda, Jack Lemmon perform scene from Mr. Roberts; (2) Gary Cooper, Rod Steiger do scene from ""The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell""; (3) Robert Mitchum & Shelly Winters do scene from ""Night of The Hunter."" --1956: Phil Silvers & Bing Crosby - comedy mixup sketch --1956: Elvis Presley - ""Hound Dog"" --1956: Clark Gable, Ed Sullivan & Raoul Walsh - Ed goes to New Mexico t


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16x37 Eartha Kitt / Jackie Mason / Wayne & Shuster / Kaye Ballard (June 16, 1963)


Scheduled guests: --Eartha Kitt --Jackie Mason (comedian) --Wayne and Shuster (comedy team) --Kaye Ballard (comedian) Regulars: --Series regulars: The Hugh Lambert dancers The Ray Bloch orchestra


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16x36 Barbra Streisand / Stiller & Meara / McGuire Sisters (June 09, 1963)


Guests: --Barbra Streisand - ""When the Sun Comes Out"" --Stiller & Meara (comedy team; do parodies of popular TV commercials) --The McGuire Sisters - ""Old Devil Moon,"" ""Cordially Invited"" & ""Daddy"" --Guy Marks (stand-up comedy & sings ""Red Scarf"" & ""Loving You Has Made Me Bananas"") -- Sue Carson (stand-up comedy and song & dance routine) --The Steiner Brothers (tap dancing team) --Alan Gale (stand-up comedian, topics: marriage, London travels) -- Bob Bramson (juggler, juggles hula hoops) --John (balancer, balances balls, spins hoops, acrobatics) Audience bows: Johnny Unitas & Harry Richman; Neil Sedaka; Dallas Texas Students; Navy Men


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16x35 scheduled: Sammy Davis, Jr.; Janet Blair; Rowan & Martin; Kim Sisters (June 02, 1963)


Scheduled guests: --Sammy Davis, Jr. --Janet Blair --Rowan and Martin (comedy team) --The Kim Sisters --Jesse Pearson (singer) --Sue Carson (comedian)


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16x34 scheduled: Cab Calloway; Eydie Gorme; Frank Fontaine; Sergio Franchi (May 26, 1963)


Scheduled guests: --Cab Calloway --Eydie Gorme --Frank Fontaine (backed by the Arbors vocal group) --Sergio Franchi (Italian singer) --Pat Buttram (comedian) --Bill Dana (comedian, in character as ""Jose Jimenez"") --Topo Gigio (the Italian mouse)


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16x33 Ann-Margret / Steve Lawrence / Kate Smith (May 19, 1963)


Guests: --Ann-Margret - ""Bye, Bye, Birdie"" and ""Baby, Won't You Please Come Home"" --Steve Lawrence - ""The Sweetest Sounds,"" ""Misty"" and ""Lazy River"" --Kate Smith - ""Who Cares"" & ""As Long As He Needs Me"" --Totie Fields (comedian) --Frank Fontaine --Vaughn Meader (comedian, doing a JFK sketch) --Topo Gigio (puppet) --Lucho Navarro (vocal impressionist / sound imitator) --The cast of the Café Society's night-club revue ""New York Coloring Book.""


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16x32 scheduled: Vivien Leigh; Brenda Lee; Ann-Margret; Al Hirt (May 12, 1963)


Scheduled guests: --Vivien Leigh (actress, singing ""Wilkes-Barre, Pa."" from her Broadway show ""Tovarich"") --Brenda Lee - ""Losing You"" --Myron Cohen --Al Hirt --Ann-Margret --Richiardi (illusionist) --Rip Taylor


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16x31 Lucille Ball & Bob Hope / Ella Fitzgerald / Jackie Mason (May 05, 1963)


Guests: --Ella Fitzgerald - ""Start Of Something Big,"" ""No Moon At All,"" ""Bill Bailey,"" ""I'm Old Fashioned"" & ""Stompin' At The Savoy"" (Roy Elridge on horn). --Bob Hope and Lucille Ball talk about their movie ""Critic's Choice"" --Jackie Mason (stand-up, jokes about visiting London; the government) --Kaye Stevens (comedian) - sings ""Today I Love Everybody"" --Four West (comedy troupe) - skit on office personnel --Dick Contino (accordion player) - ""Malaquena"" & ""Granada"" --Grant Johannsen (concert pianist) - ""Prokofiev Precipitado"" --Bob De Voye Trio (might be Bob De Boye Trio) - two men & a woman do a dance number --Kalani & the Kids from Tahiti (ethnic Tahitian dance and costumes) Audience bows: Brenda Lee; Vic Ghezzi (golfer); and the jockey who won the Kentucky Derby.


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16x30 Connie Francis / Xavier Cugat & Abbe Lane / Wayne & Shuster (April 28, 1963)


Broadcast from Toronto, Canada: --Connie Francis - ""Days of Wine and Roses,"" ""Exodus,"" ""If My Pillow Could Talk"" & ""Hava Nagila"" --Xavier Cugat & Abbe Lane - Latin medley: ""Perfidia,"" ""Besame Mucho"" and ""Blame It On the Bossa Nova"" --Jan Peerce - ""Maria"" (song from ""West Side Story""), ""The Sweetest Sounds"" & ""Flower Song"" (from ""Carmen"") --Wayne and Shuster (comedy team) - sketch with reporter having a difficult time interviewing hep-cat jazz musician --Jack Carter (comedian) --Les Jerolas (two French speaking Canadians singing ""Little Darlin'"" and doing impressions) --The 48th Highlanders of Canada (bagpipe band) Audience bows: Tim Horton, Carl Brewer, Bob Fulford, Bob Nevin, Allen Stanley & Harold Ballard (all of the Toronto Maple Leaf team).


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16x29 scheduled: Liza Minnelli; Anthony Quinn; Della Reese (April 21, 1963)


Scheduled guests: --Liza Minnelli --Anthony Quinn (actor, scheduled to read poetry) --Della Reese (jazz singer) --Errol Garner (jazz pianist) --Mary Costa (opera singer) --Charlie Manna (comedian) --Pat Henning (comedian) --Ben Blue (comedian) --Arthur Tracy (billed as an old time ""Street Singer"") --Vinicio (juggler)


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16x28 From London: Judy Garland / Peter O'Toole / Cliff Richard (April 14, 1963)


Show taped in London: --Judy Garland - ""Smile (Though Your Heart Is Breaking)"" & ""I Could Go On Singing"" --Peter O'Toole - talks with Ed about ""Lawrence of Arabia"" & sings ""When Irish Eyes Are Smiling"" with Ed. (This was O'Toole's debut on Ed's show). --Cliff Richard (with the Shadows) - ""Bachelor Boy"" & ""Do You Wanna Dance?"" --Frank Infield (singer from Australia) - ""I Remember You"" --Margo Henderson (singer from Scotland) - ""What A Crazy World"" (plays piano & does vocal impressions) --Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) - sings ""Tickety Tock"" --The Del Ray Brothers (juggling act, juggle flaming torches with their feet) --The Rastellis Clowns (men in blackface, one clown has a huge bullet through body, piano blows up) --Rupert's Bears (German family & bear act) --Mac Romay (comic magician from France) --The Pusztai Troupe (teeterboard act / seven man Hungarian acrobatic team) --The Schaller Brothers (comic trampoline act, performing stunts)


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16x27 scheduled: Frankie Avalon; Stiller & Meara; Lee Evans Jazz Trio (April 07, 1963)


Scheduled guests: --Frankie Avalon (singer) --Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller (comedy team) --Kaye Ballard (comedian) --The Lee Evans Jazz Trio --Bill Dana (comedian, in character as ""Jose Jimenez"") --Anita Gillette (musical comedy performer) --Johnny Puleo and his Harmonica Gang


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16x26 Jackie Wilson / The McGuire Sisters (March 31, 1963)


Guests: --Jackie Wilson - ""Baby Workout"" & ""Night"" --The McGuire Sisters - Biography medley --Lou Wills Jr. (tap dancer) --Tommy Cooper (comic magician, funny hats) --Rickie Layne And Velvel (ventriloquist dummy act) --Dave Barry (standup comedian, with income tax jokes) --Novelites (Alabama Jubilee Rube Hillbilly comedy act, bass player uses Ampeg Baby bass electric standup) --Ed Sullivan brings out medal of Honors Winners


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16x25 Barbra Streisand / Chubby Checker / Woody Herman (March 24, 1963)


Guests: --Barbra Streisand - ""Cry Me a River"" --Chubby Checker - ""Peanut Vendor"" & limbo medley: ""Let's Limbo Some More"" and ""Limbo Rock"" (Chubby does the limbo on stage.) --Woody Herman & his band - ""Caledonia"" and, later in show, ""The Girl Upstairs"" (with the Hugh Lambert dancers) --Morecambe & Wise (British comedy team) - Judo self defense routine. --Totie Fields (stand-up comedian wearing tutu) --Dave Madden (stand-up comedian, tells jokes about going to the doctor & heath while smoking a cigarette throughout the routine). --Tommy Cooper (comedian, performing tricks) --Joy Kaye (clown act & pantomime) --Spencer Trio (acrobatic / balance act) --Saddri Dancers (comedy dance team) --Audience bows: Ann-Margret; Jesse Pearson


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16x24 Sid Caesar / Paul Anka / Chad Mitchell Trio / McGuire Sisters (March 17, 1963)


--Morecambe and Wise (British comedy team) - appear twice in show. --The McGuire Sisters (vocal trio) - sing ""Danny Boy"" --Sid Caesar does a scene from the Broadway show ""Little Me"" with other cast members. --Paul Anka - ""Falling in Love with Love,"" ""Stardust"" and ""Remember Diana"" --Judge Pigmeat Markham and Shorty (comedy duo) - comedy routine about math. --Rico (magician) - trick with metal ball and silk scarf. --The Chad Mitchell Trio - ""Columbus Stockade Blues"" and ""Blowin' in the Wind""


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16x23 Kaye Stevens / Wayne & Shuster / Leon Bibb / Guy Lombardo Orchestra (March 10, 1963)


Guests: --Kaye Stevens (musical-comedy singer) - ""Somebody Is Keeping Score"" --Jan Murray (stand-up comedian) - tells jokes about TV shows & doctors --Guy Lombardo Orchestra - medley: ""Moon River,"" ""Third Man"" theme, ""Enjoy Yourself,"" ""Winter Wonderland"" & ""Boo Hoo"" --Wayne & Shuster (comedy team) - routine in which they compare flying first class to economy. --Leon Bibb (folksinger) - ""They Called The Wind Mariah"" --Izumi Yukimura (Japanese jazz singer) - ""Lullaby Of Birdland"" (spelling might be Isumi Yukimuara) --Jimmy Roma (trumpet player) - imitates, on his trumpet, the voices of Connie Francis & Al Jolson --The Half Brothers (juggling act) ---Pinky & Perky (puppets) - 2 pig marionettes & a goose sing ""Lets Twist Again""


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16x22 scheduled: Mike Clifford; Kate Smith; Bob Newhart; Nancy Walker (March 03, 1963)


Scheduled guests: --Bob Newhart (comedian) --Kate Smith (singer) --Nancy Walker (comedian) --Charles Nelson Reilly (comedian) --Anita Bryant (singer) --Dennis Spicer (ventriloquist from Britain) --Mike Clifford (singer) --Los Flamencos (Spanish dance group) --John (hand-balancing act)


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16x21 From Las Vegas: Jimmy Durante; Eddie Jackson; Sonny King (February 24, 1963)


Show broadcast from Las Vegas Guests (confirmed): --Jimmy Durante --Eddie Jackson and Sonny King (appear with Durante in an extended segment which runs over 20 minutes). Additional guests (scheduled to appear): --Carol Lawrence --Patt Buttram (comedian) --The Nitwits (comedy troupe from England) --Eric Brenn (plate spinner) --Eddie Siefert and Company (contortionists) --The Desert Inn Dancing Girls


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16x20 Hal Holbrook / Patti Page / Three Stooges / Dave Madden (February 10, 1963)


Guests (confirmed): --Patti Page (singer) - might have performed ""If I Were a Bell"" --Hal Holbrook (actor) - In a scene from his off-Broadway play ""Abe Lincoln in Illinois,"" Holbrook recites Lincoln's ""Against A House Divided"" speech. --The Three Stooges --Dave Madden (comedian) --Bill Dana (comedian, in character as ""Jose Jimenez"") Additional guests (scheduled to appear): --The Bob De Voye Trio (dancers) --Fred and Angela Roby (ventriloquist act)


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16x19 International performers: Franco Corelli; Eve Boswell; Hannah Ahroni (February 03, 1963)


International performers (scheduled to appear): --Franco Corelli (Italian tenor) --Eve Boswell (English vocalist) --Hanna Ahroni (Israeli singer) --Sasha Tormas (Hungarian violinist) --Juan Valdez and his marionettes (from Spain) --Dolinoff and the Raya Sisters (French specialty act) --The Three Merkeys (German contortionists) --The Two Carmenas (German balancing act) --a performing Russian bear


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16x18 Neil Sedaka / Wayne & Shuster / Janet Blair / Dave Astor (January 27, 1963)


Guests: --Neil Sedaka (singer playing the piano) - medley: ""Happy Birthday Sweet 16,"" ""Calendar Girl"" & ""My Yiddish Mama"" --Wayne and Shuster (comedy team) - does a takeoff on ""Bonanza"" featuring ""The Cartwheels."" --Janet Blair - ""I Believe In You"" --Otto Harbach tribute. Ed Talks About Harbach's Death and shows a film clip from 1954 of Otto Harbach reciting the lyrics of ""Smoke Gets In Your Eyes."" --The Kim Sisters - Banjo Medley: ""Baby Face"" & ""Bye Bye Blue"" Later in show, medley: ""A Hundred Million Miracles,"" ""You Are Beautiful,"" ""I Enjoy Being A Girl,"" ""Fan Tan Fannie"" and ""Grand Avenue"" --Dave Astor (stand-up comedy) - topics: want ads, ugly babies and great leaders of the day. --Ballet De Espanol (Flamingo dancers) --Delage (magician with female assistant) --Amin Brothers (Egyptian acrobatic balancing act) --Audience bows: Ronnie Ferraro (jockey from Hileigh)


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16x17 The McGuire Sisters, Sergio Franchi (January 19, 1963)



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16x16 Brenda Lee / Jackie Mason / Robert Goulet (January 13, 1963)


Live from the Miami Beach Convention Hall. Guests include: --Brenda Lee - ""Just Because"" & ""Alone Am I"" --Jackie Mason (stand up routine about singing, cops, etc.) --Robert Goulet - ""The Moon Was Yellow"" and ""Gigi""/""Camelot"" medley --Sophie Tucker - sings a medley on her 75th birthday. --Con Conwally (balancing knife act) --The Flying Alexanders (trapeze act, performing outdoors) Also: A tribute to the Cuban Brigade 2506 (former prisoners held in Cuba). The Cuban Brigade 2506 Band - performs ""Day-O"" Audience bows: the mayors of Miami & Miami Beach


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16x15 Sammy Davis Jr./ Barry Sisters / Vaughn Meader / Pat Carroll (January 06, 1963)


Guests: --Sammy Davis Jr. - ""Something Gotta Give,"" ""Hey There,"" ""What Kind of Fool I am"" --Barry Sisters - ""All For You"" --Vaughn Meader (impressionist) --Pat Carroll & Fred Clark (comedians) --Ricky Layne & Vevel (ventriloquist act) --Fred Kapps (magician) --Ugo Garrido (juggler)


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16x14 Italy's Podrecca's Piccoli Theater (puppets) (December 30, 1962)


Italy's Podrecca's Piccoli Theater with puppet ""performers"" (all under 36 inches tall). Puppets: --Prof. Piccolowski (pianist) --Mme. Sinforosa Strangoloni (soprano) --Biscromio Scarmigliati (violinist) --Miss Legnetti (vocalist) --Anna Piccolova (ballerina) --Bil Bol Bul (acrobat) --Sibilio Pifferetti and his dachshund Saltarello


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16x13 From Guantanamo Naval Base: Connie Francis / Louis Armstrong (December 23, 1962)


From Guantanamo Naval Base, Cuba: --Connie Francis - ""Who's Sorry Now,"" ""Bye Bye Love,"" ""Your Cheating Heart"" and ""Someday You'll Want Me to Want You"" --Louis Armstrong and his band - ""Blueberry Hill,"" ""Mack the Knife,"" ""Indiana,"" ""Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen"" and ""Sleepy Time Gal"" --Carol Lawrence - ""Skaking the Blues Away"" and ""A Bushel and a Peck"" --Jack Carter (comedian) --Frank Fontaine (comedian) --George Carl (comedy pantomimist)


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16x12 Barbra Streisand / Liberace / Clancy Brothers (December 16, 1962)


Guests: --Barbra Streisand - ""My Coloring Book"" and ""Lover Come Back to Me"" --Liberace - ""Moon River"" and ""Mack the Knife"" --The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem (Irish folk-singing group) - ""Gypsy Rover"" & ""South Australia"" --Russ Lewis (ventriloquist, with dummy ""Clarence"") - Lewis tries to coach Clarence on how to tell a joke --Linon (Belgian clown, frets over having to walk a tightrope) --Audience bow: YA Tittle of the New York Giants Additional guests (not on PBS repeat, but scheduled to appear): --Xavier Cugat and Abbe Lane --Victor Julian's dog act --The Goans (trampoline act from Mexico)


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16x11 Four Seasons / Peggy Lee / Anthony Newley / Jose Greco (December 09, 1962)


Guests (info taken from various sources): --The Four Seasons - ""Big Girls Don't Cry"" --Peggy Lee - ""The Best Is Yet to Come,"" ""Nice and Easy,"" ""Close Your Eyes,"" ""Like Someone in Love"" & ""I'm a Woman"" --Anthony Newley (musical-comedy star) --Jose Greco (dancer, appearing with his Spanish dance troupe) --Joey Forman (comedian) --George Matson (impressionist - record mimic) --Dominique (French pickpocket expert) --Alan Gale (comedian, scheduled guest)


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16x10 Pearl Bailey / Al Hirt / Phil Foster / Pat Henry (December 02, 1962)


Guests (confirmed): --Pearl Bailey --Al Hirt and his combo --Phil Foster --Bill Dana (comedian) --Pat Henry (comedian) Additional guests (scheduled to appear): --Jerome Hines (bassist) --Maya Plisetskaya (prima ballerina of the Bolshoi Ballet dances ""The Dying Swan"") --Rinat choir of Israel --TV Guide's All-American Football Team


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16x09 Tony Bennett / Rosemary Clooney / Jackie Mason / Jack Carter (November 25, 1962)


Guests: --Rosemary Clooney - ""Limehouse Blues"" and ""Sleepytime Gal"" --Tony Bennett - medley: ""Just In Time,"" ""I Left My Heart in San Francisco"" & ""Sing You Sinners"" --Jackie Mason (stand-up comedian) - Jackie shows Ed how he should do his show. He does a comedy monologue later in the show. --Jack Carter (stand-up comedian, tells stories) --Charlie Cairoli and company (comedy team) - One person (Charlie Cairoli?) is dressed like Charlie Chaplin while another man plays clarinets. --Zoni & Nancy Claire (ballet dancers) --Leonard Sues (trumpet player) - plays an assortment of classic songs by Henry Busey, Clyde Mccoy, Louis Armstrong. --Hugh Lambert Dancers - ""My Pretty Girl"" Roaring 20's production number. --Audience bows: Anthony Quinn; Milt Plum & Gale Cogdill (Detroit Lions football players); Mauro Nino (boxer from Peru) Scheduled to appear: --Bob Lewis


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16x08 Van Johnson / Kaye Stevens / Paul Lynde / Bob Lewis (November 18, 1962)


Guests: --Van Johnson - ""Nice Work If You Can Get It"" --Kaye Stevens - ""Hey, Look Me Over"" and ""My Man"" --Kaye Stevens, Paul Lynde & Dick Contino - sing comedic song about ""Tune In And You'll See Our Shows On TV"" --Paul Lynde (comedy act, plays Carl Cankerin who has just come back from Africa bruised and broken up). --Barbados Police Band (performs medley) --Vern And Betty (limbo dancers) --Bob Lewis (stand-up routine, plays banjo & tells jokes) --Gabriella Tucci (opera singer) - ""Visi D'arte"" --Dick Contino - ""Exodus"" (on accordion) --Max And Sheri (acrobatic comedy team) On film: Royal Command performance for Women in International Show Business. Scenes of Queen Elizabeth & the Duke Arriving, passing along line of performers, Eartha Kitt, Bob Hope, Sophie Tucker, others. Audience bows: Sophie Tucker (later appears on stage); Alex Webster (from the New York Giants)


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16x07 scheduled: Robert Goulet; Phyllis McGuire; Rowan & Martin (November 11, 1962)


Scheduled guests: --Robert Goulet - ""You Stepped Out of a Dream"" & ""Don't Be Afraid of Romance"" --Phyllis McGuire (of the McGuire Sisters) and Robert Goulet - ""Darn It, Baby, That's Love"" --Rowan & Martin (comedy team) --Senor Wences (ventriloquist) --Jerry Shane (comedian) --Charlie Cairoli and Paul (Paul Freedman?) - comedy duo --The Five Olanders (tumblers)


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16x06 Tribute to Richard Rodgers with Peggy Lee; Diahann Carroll; Roberta Peters (November 04, 1962)


Tribute to Richard Rodgers (broadcast from Carnegie Hall): Rodgers & Hart songs: --Peggy Lee - ""Mountain Greenery"" (with 50 piece orchestra) --Peggy Lee & Steve Lawrence - ""Manhattan"" --Steve Lawrence - ""With a Song in My Heart"" --Diahann Carroll - ""Little Girl Blue"" --Roberta Peters - ""Falling in Love with Love"" --Cesare Siepi - ""Where or When?"" --Peter Nero (piano player) - ""Slaughter on Tenth Avenue"" Songs from Rogers and Hammerstein shows: --Peggy Lee - ""It Might as Well be Spring"" (from ""State Fair"") & ""Younger Than Springtime"" (""South Pacific"") Note: Another source listed Steve Lawrence as singing ""Younger Than Springtime."" --Gordon MacRae - ""If I Loved You"" (from ""Carrousel""), ""Oklahoma,"" ""Surrey with the Fringe on Top"" & ""Beautiful Morning"" (all from ""Oklahoma"") --Gordon MacRae & Roberta Peters - ""Shall We Dance"" (from ""King and I"") --Steve Lawrence, Cesari Siepi & Gordon Macrae - There's Nothing Like A Dame --Roberta Peters - ""Wonderful Guy"" (f


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16x05 Louis Prima / Jackie Mason / Steve Allen (October 28, 1962)


Guests: --Louis Prima, Gia Maione & Sam Butera - ""Oh Marie"" & ""I Want You To Be My Baby"" --Gia Maione - ""How High The Moon"" Other guests: --Helen Shapiro - ""I Don't Care"" & ""After You've Gone"" --Steve Allen - comedy sketch: ""You Bet Your Bird"" take off on game shows and, later in show, Steve teaches Ed to how to play the piano. --Acker Bilk (with the Hugh Lambert Dancers) - ""Acker's Lacquer"" --Jackie Mason (comedy monologue about luxury apartments, the incinerator) --Norman And Dean (comedians, lip-synch to Allen Sherman's song ""Sarah Jackman"") --Sergio Franchi - ""Funiculi, Funicula"" & ""What Kind Of Fool Am I"" --Lucho Navvaro (sound impressionist, imitates Cape Canaveral, Indianapolis 500, the World Series, Queen Of England) Audience bows: Joe Kern; Y. A. Tittle; Norm Snead; Byron Gentry


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16x04 scheduled: Cliff Richard, Kate Smith; Wayne & Schuster; Rip Taylor (October 21, 1962)


Guests (confirmed): --Kate Smith --Rip Taylor (comedian) Additional guests (scheduled to appear): --Cliff Richard (British singer) --Wayne & Schuster (comedy team) --Dave Barry (comedian) --Chan Canasta (magician) --Captain Danion and his sea lions


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16x03 scheduled: Connie Francis; Louis Prima; Jerry Van Dyke (October 14, 1962)


Scheduled guests: --Connie Francis --Louis Prima (with Sam Butera & the Witnesses) --Jerry Van Dyke (comedian) --Sergio Franchi (tenor) --Lee Allen (pantomimist) --The Kuban Cossacks (dance group) --Maryse Begary (aerialist)


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16x02 scheduled: Paul Anka; Vaughn Meader; Yolanda White (October 07, 1962)


Scheduled guests: --Paul Anka - ""The Longest Day"" & ""Eso Beso"" --Dennis Spicer (ventriloquist) --Yolanda White (singer) --Peter Duchin (pianist) --Maury Wills (shortstop) and Walter Alston (manager) - both from the Los Angeles Dodgers --Denny Willis and his comedy quarter (comedy troupe?) --Dick Albers (trampoline artist)


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16x01 Eddie Fisher / Al Hirt / Mickey Mantle & Whitney Ford (September 30, 1962)


Guests (15th Season Opener): --Eddie Fisher --Al Hirt and his combo --Mickey Mantle and Whitney Ford (of the New York Yankees) - give tips for young baseball players --Bill Dana (comedian, in character as ""Jose Jimenez"") --Jack Carter --Sonny Liston Additional guests (scheduled to appear): --Joya Sherrill (singer) --Leo Bassi (juggler) --The winners of the Harvest Moon Ball dance contest




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