The Ed Sullivan Show Season 19

Season 19

The Ed Sullivan Show Season 19

First Air Date: September 12, 1965

First Aired on    :   1965
Episodes    :   43 episodes



Episodes

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19x43 Petula Clark (August 14, 1966)



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19x42 U. S. Marines Tribute (Guadalcanal Anniversary) w/ clips from 3-Oct-65 (August 07, 1966)


Show Dedicated To the U. S. Marines (Anniversary Of 1942 Landing On Guadalcanal). New segments added to segments from 3-Oct-65 show. New Segments: --Hendra And Ullett (comedy team) - A Met's fan tries to explain baseball to an Englishman. (This sketch was also performed on April 16, 1967.) --Marquis Chimps (chimp act) --The Swingles (vocal choir) Repeat segments taken from October 3, 1965: --Peter Sellers (on film, plays a Felliniesque director interviewed by Sullivan) --Judy Garland (""Come Rain or Shine,"" ""Rock-A-Bye Your Baby"" & ""By Myself"") --Tom Jones (""With These Hands"") --Jackie Vernon (stand-up comedian) --The Swingin' Lads (singers who update classic music) --Topo Gigio (Ed talks with mouse puppet) --Philippine Dancers (bamboo stick dance)


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19x41 Simon & Garfunkel (I Am A Rock) (July 17, 1966)


--Simon & Garfunkel - ""I Am A Rock"" New segment added to repeat of the January 30, 1966 show.


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19x40 scheduled: Jerry Vale; Brigit Nilsson; Swinging Lads; Nancy Walker (June 26, 1966)


Scheduled guests: --Jerry Vale (singer) - ""The Song Is You"" & ""It's Magic"" --Birgit Nilsson (Metropolitan Opera soprano) - ""Pace, Pace, Mio Dia"" (from Verdi's ""La Forze del Destino"") --Nancy Walker (comedian) --Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara (comedy team) --London Lee (comdian) --The Swinging Lads (vocal group) --Joyce Cuoco (ballerina) --The Arirang Ballet (Korean dance and instrumental group) --The Yong Brothers (balancing act) --The Berosini Chimps (animal act)


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19x39 Dave Clark Five / Wayne Newton / Joey Adams / Jackie Vernon (June 12, 1966)


--Dave Clark Five - ""Look Before You Leap"" & ""Please Tell Me Why"" --Wayne Newton - ""The Good Old Days,"" ""My Country Tis of Thee"" and ""Somebody to Love"" --Joey Adams (stand-up comedian) --Jackie Vernon (stand-up comedian) --Jackie Kahane (stand up comedian) --Peter Gennaro does a tape dance routine with 6 female dancers. --University of North Carolina Men's Glee Club sing (a capella) - ""Hey Look Me Over"" and ""Dixie"" --Elwyn Ambrose (writer) recites poetry while a cat puppet is shown on screen. --Solvi Wang sings ""Getting to Know You"" (in English and Norwegian)


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19x38 The Beatles (on film) / scheduled: Richard Pryor; Robert Goulet (June 05, 1966)


--The Beatles (on film) - ""Rain"" & ""Paperback Writer"" promos Other guests (scheduled to appear): --Richard Pryor --Robert Goulet --Bobbie Norris - ""Silently"" --Bobbie Norris and Robert Goulet - ""Two Sleepy People"" --Charlotte Rae --Totie Fields


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19x37 The Thomas Group / scheduled: Bobby Vinton; Jane Morgan (May 29, 1966)


The Thomas Group (rock band) - ""Autumn"" Other guests (scheduled to appear): --Bobby Vinton --Jane Morgan --Wayne & Shuster --Edward Villella & Patricia McBride (ballet dancers) --Colvia & Wilder


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19x36 Nancy Sinatra / Mrs. Miller / Robert Merrill / Stiller & Meara (May 22, 1966)


Guests: --Nancy Sinatra - ""Last of the Secret Agents"" & ""Let It Be Me"" --Maria Cole (Nat ""King"" Cole's widow) - sings ""Blue Prelude"" --Joan Rivers (stand-up comedian) - jokes about jealousy towards beautiful girls --Stiller & Meara (stand-up comedy team) - routine about a Jewish boy & Irish Catholic girl who want to get married --Robert Merrill (Metropolitan opera baritone) - ""Figaro"" --Mrs. Miller (housewife turned singer Elva Miller) - ""These Boots are Made for Walking,"" ""How Gentle Is Rain,"" ""Hard Day's Night"" & ""Downtown"" (sings off-key) --Allan & Rossi (comedy team, re: How to phone women for dates, with Ed as straight man) --West Point Glee Club - sing a medley Of WWI songs --Film clip: March of Dimes' ""Man of the Year"" dinner honoring Ed Sullivan. Johnny Carson, Soupy Sales, Henny Youngman, Myron Cohen, Joey Adams, Alan & Rossi, Alan King, Buddy Hackett all roast Ed. --Film clip: The premiere of ""Last of the Secret Agents"" with Allen & Rossi. Celebrities


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19x35 scheduled: Alan King; Kate Smith; the Bachelors (May 15, 1966)


Scheduled guests: --Alan King --Kate Smith --The Bachelors --Peter Gennaro --D'aldo Romano


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19x34 The Black Sheep / Harry James / Henny Youngman (May 08, 1966)


Guests: --The Black Sheep - ""Slow Down"" --Harry James Orchestra - ""Sunday Morning"" --The McGuire Sisters with Harry James - ""Cherry,"" ""You Made Me Love You,"" ""One O'Clock Jump"" --The McGuire Sisters - ""Matchmaker"" --Henny Youngman (stand-up comedian); --John Byner (stand-up comedy, celebrity impressions) --Gordon & Sheila MaCrae (Anthony Newley medley) --Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) --Jean Carroll (comedian) --The Serendipity Singers - ""Monday Monday,"" ""The Shadow Of Your Smile,"" ""What Now My Love""


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19x33 The Supremes / James Brown / 'Shot Of Five' composers (May 01, 1966)


Guests: --The Supremes - ""Love is Like an Itching In My Heart"" & ""More"" --James Brown - medley of hits: ""Papa's Got A Brand New Bag,"" ""I Got You (I Feel Good),"" ""Ain't That A Groove?"" & ""It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World"" and ""Please, Please, Please."" --Robert Joffrey Ballet (14 dancers) - ""Viva Vivaldi"" --Nancy Ames (singer) - medley of Latin tunes (in Spanish & English): ""Shadow of Your Smile"" & ""Besame Mucho"" --London Lee (stand-up, jokes: love, dating) --Billy Baxter (British comedian with Ed as straight man) --Les Mortales (acrobats from Poland doing pyramids and tumbling) - start as 5 men, finish as 4 men --Mark Reed Jr. (fast draw and quick shooting gun tricks) Shot Of Five segment (composers at five pianos) --Burton Lane - composer plays bits of his popular songs including ""How About You"" & ""What Did I Have That I Don't Have"" --Jimmy McHugh - excerpt from ""On The Sunny Side Of The Street"" --Ray Henderson - excerpts from ""Button Up Your Overcoat"" & ""


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19x32 Dave Clark Five / Allan Sherman / Roberta Peters (April 24, 1966)


Guests: --Dave Clark Five - ""Catch Us If You Can"" & ""Try Too Hard"" --Alan Sherman (comedian) - sings ""Second Hand Rose,"" ""Hello Mudda, Hello Fadda,"" & ""Mononucleosis"" --Roberta Peters - ""Una Voce Poca Fa"" --Roberta Peters & Allan Sherman - ""Here's To The Crab-Grass"" --Shelly Berman (comedian) --Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) --Kessler Twins - ""Two By Two"" --Steve Sanders (Gospel singer, father plays piano) --Jose Greco (Flamenco dancer, with other dancers) --Brascia & Tybee (modern ballet pas de deux) --John Moehring (magician)


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19x31 The Animals / Petula Clark / Jimmy Durante (April 17, 1966)


Guests: --The Animals - ""Shake"" & ""Don't Bring Me Down"" --Petula Clark - ""A Sign of the Times"" & ""Just Say Good Bye"" --Jimmy Durante & Sonny King - ""We're Going Home"" (and ""Don't Talk"") --Jimmy Durante (playing piano) - ""The Piano Player"" (""Piano Player Always Gets the Girls""), ""When The Saints Go Marching In"" (with Sonny King) & ""Inka-Dinka-Doo"" --Jimmy Durante - ""It's One of Those Songs"" (or ""It Was One of Those Songs"") --Myron Cohen (stand-up comedian) --Dorothy Kirsten & Franco Corelli - duet from Act One of Puccini's ""La Boheme"" --Lawrence and Carroll (dance team) --Gitta Morelly (contortionist) --Jose Cole ( balances himself on two bottle necks joined on top of each other. Then he balances himself on a cane with one arm twirling 5 rings)


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19x30 Count Basie / Diahann Carroll / Alan King (April 10, 1966)


Guests (from PBS repeat): --Count Basie and his band - ""007-The Incredible World of James Bond"" --Diahann Carroll - ""What the World Needs Now Is Love"" and ""Yesterday"" --Alan King (stand-up comedy) - talks about breaking his leg --Anden's Poodles (trained animal act) Additional guests (scheduled to appear): --Eddie Albert (actor) - reads ""The Creation"" by James Weldon Johnson --Richard Pryor (comedian) --Brusini (magician)


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19x29 scheduled: Count Basie; Stiller & Meara; Eydie Gorme (April 03, 1966)


Scheduled guests: --Eydie Gorme --Count Basie --Stiller & Meara --Robert Horton --Arthur Haynes --Sandy Baron --Dick Contino --The cast of ""Peanuts"" (might be ""You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown."")


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19x28 scheduled: Debbie Reynolds; Kirk Douglas; Cilla Black; Ed Ames (March 27, 1966)


Guests: --Debbie Reynolds - ""It's a Miracle"" (from ""The Singing Nun"" soundtrack) --Cilla Black - ""Love's Just A Broken Heart"" --Ed Ames - ""They Call the Wind Mariah"" Additional guests (scheduled to appear): --Kirk Douglas --Woody Herman --Totie Fields


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19x27 Young Rascals / Brenda Lee / Walter Cronkite (March 20, 1966)


Guests: --Young Rascals - ""Good Lovin'"" --Brenda Lee - ""Time and Time Again"" --Walter Cronkite --Abbe Lane (medley of songs from Brazil) --Senor Wences (ventriloquist) --Peter Gennaro (dances to ""King Of The Road"") --The cast from ""Wait A Minim"" (South African dancers) --Jean Carrol (stand-up comedian) --Des O'Connor (stand up comedian) --Des O'Connor & Jack Douglas (British comedians) --The Magid Triplets (tap dancers) --The Olympiades (body builders painted gold) --Audience bow (cameo): Mayor Barr


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19x26 scheduled: Pearl Bailey; Wayne & Shuster; Clancy Brothers (March 13, 1966)


St. Patrick's Day salute with scheduled guests: --Pearl Bailey --Wayne & Shuster (comedy team) --Clancy Brothers (Irish folk singers) --Tommy Makem (Irish singer) --Jackie Vernon (comedian) --Johnny Hart (magician) --Topo Gigio --Three Kims (Sweedish acrobats) --The Emerald Society Pilive Pipe Band (of the New York City Police Department) --The McNiff Dancers


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19x25 Frankie Avalon & Annette Funicello / Tom Jones (March 06, 1966)


Guests: --Tom Jones - ""More"" --Frankie Avalon & Annette Funicello - medley (""This Land Is Your Land,"" ""I Left My Heart In San Francisco,"" ""I'll Take Manhattan,"" ""Big D,"" ""Meet Me In St. Louis"" and ""Chicago"") --Frankie Avalon - medley (""After You're Gone,"" ""You're Nobody Until Somebody Loves You"" & ""Baby Won't You Please Come On Home"") --Annette Funicello - ""Nowhere To Go But Up"" (with dancers) --Ray Milland, Melville Cooper, Geoffrey Lumsden, Anthony Kemble Cooper (actors doing scenes from the Broadway play ""Hostile Witness"") --Mireille Mathieu (French singer) - ""Hymn to Love"" --John Byner (comedian) - imitates Ed Sullivan, imitates foreign dubbing of American actors' voices, then does a routine about one member of an acrobatic team having to work alone. --Los Vegas 5 (singing-instrumental group) - ""Guadalajara"" & ""Granada"" --Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) - Topo talks about his visit to Italy and visiting with his family. --Arthur Haynes - sings ""So


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19x24 Nancy Sinatra / Gary Lewis & the Playboys / Petula Clark (February 27, 1966)


Guests: --Nancy Sinatra - ""These Boots are Made for Walkin'"" --Gary Lewis and the Playboys - ""She's Just My Style"" & ""Sure Gonna Miss Her"" --Petula Clark - ""A Sign of the Times,"" ""My Love"" and ""I Want to Hold Your Hand"" --Richard Pryor (comedian) - talks about a school bully, Leroy --Alan King (comedian) - routine about when he got married --Blossom Seely - ""San Francisco"" & ""My Kind Of Town"" --Blossom Seely - ""Shine On, Harvest Moon"" --The Tokyo Happy Coats (5 member female band, vocal-instrumental group) - ""Bye Bye, Blues"" & ""Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?"" --The Trio Rennos (aerialists) --The Berosini Chimps --Audience Bows: NY Knickerbocker coach Dick Maguire and Marquette University coach Al Maguire (brothers) Other guest (scheduled to appear): --Jerry Vale


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19x23 Diana Ross & the Supremes / Richard Kiley / Dave Clark Five (February 20, 1966)


Guests: --Dave Clark Five - ""Over and Over"" & ""At the Scene"" --Diana Ross and the Supremes - ""My World is Empty Without You"" & ""Somewhere"" --Joan Diener - ""What Do You Want of Me?"" (from ""Man of La Mancha) --Richard Kiley - ""Impossible Dream"" (from ""Man of La Mancha) --Allan Sherman (comedian-satirist) --Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara (comedy team) --Menasha Skulnik (actor-comedian) --Ken Venturi (golf pro) --Ugo Garrido (juggler)


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19x22 Rolling Stones / Hal Holbrook / Ethel Merman / Wayne Newton (February 13, 1966)


Guests: --The Rolling Stones - ""Satisfaction,"" ""As Tears Go By,"" & ""19th Nervous Breakdown"" --Wayne Newton - ""April Showers"" --Ethel Merman - ""Annie Get Your Gun"" medley & ""No Business Like Show Business"" --Hal Holbrook (playing Abraham Lincoln, reciting 2nd Inaugural Speech, anti slave speech) --Sandy Baron (comedian) --Eddie Schaeffer (comedian) --Romanian (Rumanian?) Folk ballet --Audience Bow: Allen & Rossi CBS repeated this show on July 10, 1966.


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19x21 The Animals / Rosemary Clooney / Nancy Walker (February 06, 1966)


Guests: --The Animals - ""We Gotta Get Out of This Place"" & ""Inside Looking Out"" --Rosemary Clooney - ""Baby, The Ball Is Over"" & ""All Alone"" --Deli skit with Nancy Walker, Charles Nelson Reilly and Julia Meade (another source lists 'Joy Nichols' in the cast). --Alan King (comedian) - routine about his insurance company --Tony Lema (golf pro) - gives Ed some golf tips --Peter Gennaro - ""I Got Rhythm"" --Gino Tonetti (singer) - ""Al Di La"" --Pompoff Thedy and family (clowns, listed on transcript as 'Pompoff & Thedy') --Audience Bow: Jack Adams (Canada's Mr. Hockey, former? Detroit Red Wings coach) --On film: Ann Margret in a clip from ""Made In Paris"" with Louis Jordan


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19x20 Four Tops / José Feliciano / SSgt. Barry Sadler / Dinah Shore (January 30, 1966)


Guests: --The Four Tops - ""Nice and Easy"" --The Four Tops - medley: ""The Whole World Sings With You,"" ""It's the Same Old Song,"" ""Something About You"" & ""I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)"" --SSgt. Barry Sadler - ""Ballad of the Green Berets"" --Jose Feliciano - ""Flight of the Bumble Bee"" --Dinah Shore - ""Chim-Chim-Cheree,"" ""Something Wonderful"" & blues medley (including ""Bye Bye Blues"") --Dick Capri (stand-up comedy, makes faces as he wonders how a mask maker does his job) --Jackie Vernon (comedian) --Topo Gigio (plays violin) --Les Faux Follets (wooden clog dance) --Markworth & Mayana (precision archery) --Audience bow: Jean Drapeau (Montreal Mayor)


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19x19 Rick Nelson / Duke Ellington / Maria Cole (January 23, 1966)


Guests: --Rick Nelson - ""Your Kind of Lovin'"" & ""Fire Breathin' Dragon"" --Duke Ellington - medley of hits --Maria Cole (widow of Nat King Cole) with the Duke Ellington Orchestra - ""There'll Never Be Another You"" (Note: Maria was a singer with the Duke Ellington Orchestra before marrying Nat King Cole in 1948.) --Eydie Gorme - ""I Feel So Spanish"" and ""What Did I Have."" --Eydie Gorme and the Trio Los Contos - perform a Spanish song (unknown title). --""The Mad Show"" (skits from the stage show, cast includes Jo Anne Worley) --George Kirby (comedian, does impressions of celebrities) --Robert Bob King (comedian) --The Hungarian National Ballet (men in military uniforms, women in peasant dresses)


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19x18 scheduled: The Lettermen, Stiller & Meara; Mike Douglas (January 16, 1966)


--Mike Douglas - ""The Men in My Little Girl's Life"" --Mimi Hines - ""Who Are You Now?"" (from ""Funny Girl"") Scheduled guests: --Stiller & Meara --The Lettermen --Barbara McNair --Frank Gorshin (comedian) --Phil Ford & Mimi Hines


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19x17 Four Seasons / Leslie Uggams / King Family / Brigitte Bardot (on film) (January 02, 1966)


Guests: --Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons - ""Let's Hang On"" and ""Don't Think Twice"" --Brigitte Bardot (on film?) - talks with Ed about her impressions of the U.S. and her film ""Viva Maria."" Ed shows a film clip of Bardot's first Sullivan appearance from 1958. --Wayne & Shuster (comedy team) - portray two inept bank robbers --Leslie Uggams - ""What the World Needs Now,"" ""Yesterdays"" and ""Yesterday"" --Alan King (stand-up monologue) --Jimmy Roselli - ""Give My Regards to Broadway"" and ""Torna"" --The King Family - ""When the Saints Go Marching In,"" ""It's a Grand Night for Singing"" and a George M. Cohan medley. --Bel Caron Trio (adagio dancers) CBS repeated this show on July 31, 1966.


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19x16 The Remains / Stiller & Meara / Jack Carter (December 26, 1965)


Guests: --The Remains - ""Let Me Through"" --Stiller & Meara --Sergio Franchi - ""The Lord's Prayer"" & medley: ""Mimi,"" ""Maria"" ""Everything"" --Peter Gennaro --Topo Gigio (Christmas sketch with Ed) --Jack Carter (comedian) --Leontyne Price (opera singer) - ""Vissi d'Arte"" --George Carl --Komarzuru Tsukushi (top spinner from Japan)


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19x15 Stars of the Circus World (from Munich, Germany) (December 19, 1965)


Stars of the Circus World (from Munich, Germany) Russian Cossacks (stunt trick horseback riding act featuring an 8 year-old girl); Ruppert's Bears (3 bears perform handstands and ride bicycles); Katarina (high wire act); Sembach Elephants (7 elephants form pyramid, line up on hind legs); Kroplins Chimps (trained animal act); Sam And Sammy (man foot juggles his son then spins and flips him with his feet); Rogana (female acrobat); the Schickler Sisters (3 Equestriennes); the Gaonas (4 aerialists from Mexico). CBS repeated this show on Aug. 28, 1966.


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19x14 The Byrds / Al Hirt / Alan King / Wayne Newton (December 12, 1965)


Guests: --The Byrds - ""Mr. Tambourine Man"" & ""Turn, Turn, Turn"" --Al Hirt (trumpeter) - appears twice during show --Alan King (stand-up comedian) --Barbara McNair - ""Just in Time"" and ""For Once In My Life"" --Tony and Nick (British comedy team) --Wayne Newton - ""Swanee"" --The Bratislova slovakian Folkloric Company (Czech dance troupe)


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19x13 Martha & the Vandellas / Tom Jones (December 05, 1965)


Guests: --Martha and the Vandellas - ""Dancin' in the Streets"" --Tom Jones - ""Thunderball"" --Robert Goulet and Jane Powell - medley including ""I Remember It Well"" (from ""Gigi""), ""How Could You Believe Me When I Said I Love You When You Know I've Been a Liar All My Life? (from ""Royal Wedding"") and ""When I'm Calling You."" --Wayne Newton - ""Swanee"" (performance might be from another episode). --Shelley Berman (stand-up comedian) - a very troubled man phones his therapist but keeps forgetting who he's taking to. --Bobby Ramsen (stand-up comedian) - tells jokes about the (then) current TV programs. --Chong & Mana (plate spinners, man jumps through flaming hoop; etc.) Other guests (scheduled to appear): --The Idla Girls (Swedish gymnasts)


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19x12 Petula Clark / Glenn Yarbrough / Sammy Kaye (November 28, 1965)


Guests: --Petula Clark - ""My Love"" & ""Mademoiselle de Paris"" --Glenn Yarbrough - ""Baby, the Rain Must Fall"" & ""900 Miles"" --Sammy Kaye (with orchestra) - ""The Hucklebuck,"" ""Harbor Lights"" (vocal trio with steel guitar), ""Baby Face,"" ""It Isn't Fair"" ""Hey Daddy"" --All-American Football team including Bob Griese and Bubba Smith. --Victor Borge (comedy routine) --The Little Angels of Korea (dancers) --Ed introduces Korean Ambassador --Rudi Schweitzer (juggler) --Sally Ann Howes - ""All of a Sudden My Heart Sings"" --Jackie Vernon (stand-up comedian) - jokes about his childhood, odd jobs


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19x11 scheduled: Johnny Mathis; Mort Sahl; Peter Nero (November 21, 1965)


Scheduled guests: --Johnny Mathis --Mort Sahl --Peter Nero --Jean Carroll (comedian) --Killer Joe Piro and his Discotheque Dancers --Ginny Tiu (singer-pianist appearing with her family) --The Monterey Singing Boys' Choir


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19x10 Dave Clark Five / scheduled: Woody Allen; Bert Lahr (November 14, 1965)


Dave Clark Five - ""Over And Over"" & ""Catch Us If You Can"" Other guests (scheduled): --Woody Allen --Bert Lahr --Jerry Vale (singer) - possibly ""The Shadow of Your Smile"" --Barry Sisters (singers) --The Harvest Moon Ball dance contest winners


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19x09 Righteous Brothers / Peggy Lee / Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass (November 07, 1965)


Guests: --Righteous Brothers - ""Turn On Your Love Light"" and ""You'll Never Walk Alone"" --Righteous Brothers with Petty Lee - ""Yes, Indeed"" --Herb Albert & the Tijuana Brass - ""Taste of Honey"" & ""Zorba's Dance"" --Peggy Lee - ""It's A Grand Night for Singing"" --Peggy Lee - medley: ""Falling In Love"" & ""How Long Has This Been Going On?"" --Alan King (stand-up comedian) - He does his routine and introduces his wife and two sons, Bobby and Andy, in audience. --Anna Moffo - ""La Balletella"" --Les Doubles Faces (pantomime act with umbrellas) --Baby Opal (elephant act with trainers)


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19x08 Barry McGuire / scheduled: Liza Minnelli; Harlem Globetrotters (October 31, 1965)


--Barry McGuire with the Grass Roots - ""Child of Our Times"" (from this episode?) Scheduled guests/songs: --Barry McGuire - ""Eve of Destruction"" --Liza Minnelli --Allan Sherman (comedian) - sings ""Shine On, Harvey Bloom,"" ""Crazy Downtown"" and ""Drinking Man's Diet"" --The Harlem Globetrotters --London Lee (comedian) --Jarru Seacombe --Peter Gennaro and the Budapest Children's Choir


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19x07 Marvin Gaye / Herman's Hermits / Duke Ellington (October 24, 1965)


Guests (from Hollywood): --Herman's Hermits - ""Just A Little Bit Better"" and ""Jezebel"" --Marvin Gaye - sings ""Take This Heart of Mine"" (live singing over pre-recorded music track) --Duke Ellington and his Orchestra - medley (""Cat Opener,"" ""Do Nothing till You Hear From Me,"" ""Don't Get Around Much Anymore,"" Caravan,"" ""Satin Doll."") and ""Take the 'A' Train"" --Helen Hayes (actress) - does a monologue in character as Harriet Beecher Stowe --Richard Pryor (stand-up comedy) - imitates the Ali vs. Liston fight, school plays, etc. --The Smothers Brothers - comedy routine: ""Lonesome Traveler,"" ""Church Bell Song,"" childhood memories.   --Myron Cohen (comedian) --The Manuela Vargas Ballet Troupe (Spanish dancers) --Audience bows: Samuel W. Gordon (Los Angeles Mayor), Dave Chasen Other guest (scheduled to appear): --Ginny Tiu (singer-pianist)


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19x06 Sam the Sham / The Animals / Sid Caesar / Pat Boone (October 17, 1965)


--Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs - ""Ring Dang Doo"" --The Animals - ""The Work Song"" Complete show: --The McGuire Sisters - ""Sing Something Simple"" --Totie Fields (comedian) - tells jokes about various topics and sings ""There Are Smiles"" --Sid Caesar and Joyce Jameson in an operetta sketch. Joyce sings ""Shadow Waltz"" --Audience bow: Lou Johnson (baseball star from the Dodgers) --The Gimma Brothers (tumblers, from the Stardust in Las Vegas) --Pat Boone - sings ""Night and Day"" and ""I Love You So Much It Hurts Me"" (correct song title?) and ""You'll Never Walk Alone"" --Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs - ""Ring Dang Doo"" --The McGuire Sisters - ""How Come You Do Me Like You Do"" --The Animals - ""The Work Song"" --Guy Marks (comedian) - demonstrates different operatic styles --The Fiji Military Band (correct name of band?) - marching band from Eastern Australia perform ""The Marching Song"" Note: Sean Connery was scheduled to appear on this show but is not mentioned


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19x05 Supremes / Petula Clark / Woody Allen / Wayne Newton (October 10, 1965)


Guests (from Hollywood): --Petula Clark - ""Round Every Corner"" and ""A Foggy Day in London Town"" --Diana Ross & the Supremes - ""You're Nobody"" (probably ""You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You"") --Woody Allen (stand-up comedy) --Wayne Newton - ""Remember When"" & medley: ""Alabamy Bound,"" ""Mammy,"" ""Toot Toot Tootsie Goodbye,"" ""Shuffle Along"" & ""Waiting For The Robert E. Lee"" --Kate Smith - ""More"" and ""The Lord's Prayer"" --The Step Brothers (acrobatic dancers) --Lilly Yokoi (Japanese acrobat) --Topo Gigio


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19x04 Judy Garland / Tom Jones / Peter Sellers (October 03, 1965)


Guests (from Hollywood): --Judy Garland - ""Come Rain or Shine,"" ""Rock-A-Bye Your Baby"" & ""By Myself"" --Peter Sellers (on film, plays a Felliniesque director interviewed by Sullivan) --Tom Jones - ""With These Hands"" --Sophie Tucker (medley: ""When My Baby Smiles At Me,"" ""My Man,"" ""Give My Regards To Broadway,"" ""Louise,"" ""If You Knew Susie (Like I Know Susie)"" & ""Some Of These Days"") --Jackie Vernon (stand-up comedian) --The Swingin' Lads (barbershop quartet) --Topo Gigio


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19x03 Sonny and Cher, Leslie Uggams (August 26, 1965)



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19x02 series now in COLOR: Red Skelton / Dino, Desi & Billy (September 19, 1965)


Guests (from Hollywood): --Dino, Desi & Billy - ""I'm A Fool"" and ""Not the Loving Kind"" --Red Skelton (stand-up comedy) --Eddie Fisher - medley: ""My Favorite Things,"" ""A Wonderful Day Like Today,"" ""Sunrise Sunset"" --Polly Bergen - ""What The World Needs Now Is Love"" --Sadler & Young (singers) - medley of French & American songs --Sandler & Young with Polly Bergen - ""Mr. Boom Boom"" & ""Dominique"" --Las Vegas Sahara Dancers --Kimris Duo (aerial act performed in CBS parking lot)


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19x01 The Beatles (4th live appearance) / Cilla Black (September 12, 1965)


--The Beatles (on tape, recorded 14-Aug-65) I Feel Fine, I'm Down, Help!, Yesterday, Act Naturally and Ticket to Ride --Cilla Black - Goin' Out of My Head & September In The Rain ------------------------------------ Guests: --Soupy Sales - talks about Ed's summer vacation. --Cilla Black - September In The Rain --Fantasio (illusionist/ magician) - slight-of-hand artist --The Beatles I Feel Fine, I'm Down and Act Naturally --Steve Rossi - sings Try to Remember --Marty Allen and Steve Rossi (comedy team) - Allen demonstrates different sports that he's tried. Ends with Rossi singing We Love You. --Cilla Black - Goin' Out of My Head --Soupy Sales - The Mouse --The Beatles Ticket to Ride, Yesterday and Help! --Ed Sullivan closing comments, next week's guests, closing titles.




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