The Ed Sullivan Show Season 20

Season 20

The Ed Sullivan Show Season 20

First Air Date: September 11, 1966

First Aired on    :   1966
Episodes    :   42 episodes



Episodes

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20x42 Connie Francis / Ronnie Dove / Henny Youngman (June 25, 1967)


Guests: --Connie Francis – ""Born Free,"" ""Winchester Cathedral"" and an Italian medley --Ronnie Dove and the Swingle Singers – ""Cry"" (Johnnie Ray imitation) --Swingle Singers (French octet use their voices as instruments) --Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara (comedy team) --Henny Youngman (stand-up comedian with violin) --Flip Wilson (stand-up comedian) --Los Robellos / Dorcan Robles Band (Mariachi band) - ""Ceilito Lindo (Ai Ai),"" ""Rancho Grande,"" ""La Cucaracha"" & ""Mexican Hat Dance"" --Los Tonitos (high wire act) --Augsburg Jungle Wonders (trained animal act with monkey and baboon) CBS repeated this show on June 16, 1968.


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20x41 20th Anniversary: Diahann Carroll; Spanky & Our Gang (June 18, 1967)


Ed Sullivan's 20th Anniversary show: Guests: --Spanky & Our Gang - ""Sunday Will Never Be the Same"" & ""Coney Island Washboard"" --Diahann Carroll (singer-actress) - ""As Time Goes By"" & ""Running Wild"" --The Rubin Mitchell Trio - ""My Liza Jane"" --Peter Gennaro (dancer) - dance interpretation of ""On a Clear Day"" --Tanya The Elephant Other guests (scheduled to appear): --Norm Crosby (comedian) --Robert Merrill (Metropolitan Opera baritone) --Jack Carter (comedian)


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20x40 Mamas and the Papas / Richard Pryor / Alan King (June 11, 1967)


--Opening of show, Ed's intro --Topo Gigio (mouse) - talks about being sick from eating too much candy. --Topo Trio (Topo Gigio and two other mouse puppets) - sing ""Pop,"" a song in Italian. --Audience bow: Jennifer Reinke (spelling bee champion) Commmercial: Dutch Masters cigars --Kane Triplets (singers) - ""When Your Eyes Meet Mine,"" ""Pow! Pow! Pow!"" and ""Mutual Admiration Society. They also talk (or sing) about ""What It's Like To Be Triplets"" --Richard Pryor (stand-up comedy, re: being in the army, military pep talks, submarine warfare) Commercial: Anacin Pain Reliever --Rouvaun (opera singer) - ""Vesti La Giubba"" (dressed in clown suit) --Audience bows: Rod Laver & Ken Rosewald (tennis players); Bill Collins (Australian broadcaster) --Rouvaun - ""On A Clear Day"" --Rob Murray (juggler) Commercials: Geritol; Sominex --The Mamas and the Papas - ""Dedicated to the One I Love."" Mama Cass thanks Ed for putting pop groups on his show. --The Mamas and the Papas -


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20x39 The Young Rascals / Harry James Orchestra / Rodney Dangerfield (June 04, 1967)


--Nancy Ames - ""Blow Gabriel Blow"" (with Harry James playing trumpet) --Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) - sketch: Topo dreams what it would be like with his mouse-wife Rosie and their baby mouse. (Topo only appears at the beginning and end of sketch.) --Roger Ray (stand-up comedian with xylophone) --The Young Rascals - ""A Girl Like You"" & ""Groovin'"" --Georgie Kaye (stand-up comedy, jokes: florists; N.Y. lottery, Expo 67', income tax forms) --Harry James Orchestra - ""Blues for Sale"" --Audience bow: Paul Anka --Nancy Ames - ""So What's New"" & ""Nice Work If You Can Get It"" -- Rodney Dangerfield (stand-up, jokes include shrink, car, brother, working in tough places, ""No Respect"" routine) --Chong & Mana (Chinese circus novelty act using bricks, flowers, knives, fire)


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20x38 The Temptations / Robert Goulet / Tessie O' Shea / Pickle Brothers (May 28, 1967)


Guests: --The Temptations - medley: ""(I Know) I'm Losing You,"" ""All I Need"" and ""My Girl"" --Robert Goulet - ""The Impossible Dream"", ""My Cup Runneth Over"", ""Walking Happy"" --The Roselles (South American Highwire act) - On tape, introduced by Ed from Expo 67 in Montreal. --The Jovers (balancing duo) --Tessie O' Shea - ""Two Ton Tessie"" --Peter Lawford (audience bow) --The Pickle Brothers (comedy trio, fast-paced vaudeville-style humor) - Dracula sketch --Audience Bow: Peter Wolfendon (New Zealand pacing driver who trained and developed trotter ""Cardigan Bale"") Ed mentions that he and Sylvia had purchased a few trotters (horses) recently. Other guests (scheduled to appear): --Jane Morgan --Topo Gigio --Doodletown Pipers --Lee Tully --Jack De Leon


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20x37 Expo '67: The Seekers; Petula Clark; Alan King (May 21, 1967)


Broadcast from Montreal's Expo '67 Guests: --The Seekers - ""Georgy Girl"" --Petula Clark - medley: ""I Know A Place,"" ""Je Me Sens Bien,"" ""My Love"" and ""Downtown"" --Petula Clark - ""Don't Sleep in the Subway"" and ""This is My Song"" (sung partially in French) --Alan King (comedian) --Birgit Nilsson and the Montreal Symphony - ""In Questa Reggia"" (The Montreal Symphony under the direction of Wilfrid Pelletier.) --Ronald Turini (plays piano with the Montreal Symphony) --Claude Leveillee - ""Le Rendezvous"" (Actor discovered by Edith Piaf) --Peter Gennaro (choreographer) dances with female dancers at various pavilions. --Les Feux Follets (square dance & clog dancers in traditional costumes, dancing with brooms) Audience bows: Jean Drapeau (Montreal mayor) & Pierre Dupuy (Commissioner General of Expo '67)


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20x36 The Turtles / Woody Allen / Leslie Uggams (May 14, 1967)


The Turtles - ""Happy Together"" & ""She'd Rather Be with Me"" Other guests: -- Woody Allen (stand-up comedy routine) - includes jokes about Ed Sullivan & Ed's show. --Leslie Uggams - sings ""Being Good"" & "" Hallelujah, Baby!"" (both songs are from the play ""Hallelujah, Baby!"" in which Leslie played Georgina Franklin) --Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara (comedy team) - stand-up jokes about both mothers coming to dinner for Mother's Day. They sing ""Irish-Jewish Marriage."" --Aliza Kashfi - ""If I Were A Rich Man"" (song from ""Fiddler On the Roof,"" sung In English and Hebrew) --Enzo Stuarti - ""Exodus"" --Tanya Solnik (young girl sings in Hebrew) --The Keigo Imperial Dancers (dancers from Japan) --The Varadys (teeter board acrobats) --Audience Bows: Navy Vietnam Veterans


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20x35 Expo '67: The Supremes; Xavier Cugat with Charo (May 07, 1967)


Broadcast from Montreal's Expo '67 --The Supremes - ""The Happening"" --The Supremes - medley: ""Thoroughly Modern Millie,"" ""Second Hand Rose"" and ""Mame."" (Supremes are wearing flapper costumes.) Other guests: --Xavier Cugat with Charo - Latin medley --Roberta Peters - ""Bell Song"" --Frank Ifield - ""You Came Out Of Nowhere"" & ""She Taught Me How To Yodel"" --Clair & McMahon (comedy team, computer dating routine) --Corbet Monica (comedian) --The Alcettys (balancing act) Audience bows: Jean Drapeau (Montreal mayor); Bill Haughton (harness jockey); Bob Usury (Kentucky Derby winner); Leslie Uggams


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20x34 Paul Revere & the Raiders / Jack Benny / Melina Mercouri (April 30, 1967)


Guests: --Paul Revere and the Raiders - ""Good Thing,"" ""Ups and Downs,"" ""Him or Me - What's It Gonna Be"" & ""Kicks"" --Rich Little (comedian-impressionist) - imitates Fred MacMurray, Jack Lemmon, John Wayne, Walter Brennan, etc. --Melina Mercouri (Broadway star) - performs ""Illya Darling,"" ""Never on Sunday"" and ""Piraeus, My Love"" in scenes from the Broadway play ""Illya Darling."" --Jim Henson's Muppets - sing ""I Feel Pretty"" in a ""How to be Ugly"" skit. --Gilbert Price (singer) - ""Old Man River"" --Jack Benny (comedian doing a stand-up act) --Edward Villella and Patricia McBride (ballet dancers, from the New York City Ballet) - dance a pas de deux CBS repeated this show on July 2, 1967.


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20x33 scheduled: Bobby Vinton; Bert Lahr; Jackie Mason; Joan Rivers (April 23, 1967)


Scheduled guests: --Bobby Vinton --Bert Lahr --Jackie Mason --Joan Rivers --The McGuire Sisters --George Kirby


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20x32 Tony Bennett / Count Basie / Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood (April 16, 1967)


Guests: --Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood - ""Summer Wine"" --Nancy Sinatra - ""Love Eyes"" --Tony Bennett and the Count Basie Orchestra - ""Sunny Side Of The Street,"" ""I Left My Heart In San Francisco,"" ""Don't Get Around Much Any More"" & ""The Lady's In Love With You"" --Count Basie Orchestra - ""Edward Great Saxophone"" --Totie Fields (stand-up comedian) - talks about having no flaws then sings ""I'm Perfect"" --Peter Gennaro (dancer-choreographer with other dancers) - ""Alouette"" (Totie Fields makes a cameo) --Hendra & Ullet (comedy team) - A Mets fan tries to explain baseball to an Englishman. (The duo performed the same sketch on 7-Aug-66) --Alan Kogosowski (13 or 14-year-old pianist) - plays Chopin's Polonaise --Los Indio Tabajaras - South American Indians play guitars --The Mercners (acrobats) - girl does mid-air somersaults on pole held by 2 men --Audience bow: Dolores Credsler? (star of "" Cherie"") - Ed says, ""Now in our audience tonight is one of the fine singing stars o


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20x31 scheduled: Richard Pryor; Ed Ames; Lana Cantrell; Davis & Reese (April 09, 1967)


Scheduled guests: --Richard Pryor --Ed Ames --Lana Cantrell --Davis & Reese --Peter Gennaro --Shirley Verrett --Douglas & Haig


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20x30 scheduled: Alan King; Henny Youngman; Wayne & Shuster (April 02, 1967)


Scheduled guests: --Sonny & Cher --Alan King --Henny Youngman --Wayne & Shuster --Robert Merrill --Gospel Jazz Singers


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20x29 Dave Clark Five / scheduled: Eddie Albert; Pat Buttram (March 26, 1967)


--Dave Clark Five - ""I've Got To Have A Reason"" & ""You Got What It Takes"" Other guests (scheduled): --Eddie Albert --Pat Buttram --Muppets --London Lee (stand-up comedy) --Sergio Franchi --Anna Moffo


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20x28 Lovin' Spoonful / Johnny Rivers / Cab Calloway (March 19, 1967)


Guests: --The Lovin' Spoonful - ""Bald Headed Lena"" (and 2 more songs at end of show) --Johnny Rivers - ""Baby I Need Your Lovin'"" --Alan Drake (stand-up comedian) - talks about an Italian neighborhood & sings. --Cab Calloway - ""Minnie the Moocher"" (with special lyrics to introduce his daughter Chris) --Chris Calloway - ""I'm Not At All In Love"" --Cab and Chris Calloway - ""Side by Side"" --Audience bow: Carol Channing --The Trio Hoganas (balancing act from Europe) - acrobats balance on tightrope --George Carlin (comedian) - talks about daytime TV --Jane Powell (singer) - operatic medley from ""Porgy and Bess"" --Jerry Stiller and Anne Mara (comedy team) - portray a couple at a high school reunion. --The Lovin' Spoonful - ""Do You Believe in Magic?"" (background keeps changing) and ""Daydream"" Other guests (scheduled to appear): --Jackie Kahane (comedian) --Dave Allen (comedian)


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20x27 Lou Rawls / Nancy Ames / The Kessler Twins (March 12, 1967)


Guests: --Lou Rawls - ""Yesterday"" --Nancy Ames - ""Cherish"" & ""They Can't Take That Away From Me"" --Jack Carter (stand-up, jokes about California, politics, fatherhood, hippies, 1960's music) --The Kessler Twins - ""Moulin Rouge"" (with dancers) --Smith And Dale (comedians, tax lawyer routine) --Jimmy Joyce (stand-up comedy) - re: airlines; priests --Dick Albers (comic trampoline act) --Grainne Yeats (harpist, sings Irish folk song) --Emerald Society Pipe Band (bag pipe & drum music) --Feller Brothers & Dodo (tight wire act with springboard) Audience bows: John Tio Hagan; Jack Dempsey, Jesse Owens


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20x26 Dionne Warwick / Gwen Verdon / Rodney Dangerfield (March 05, 1967)


Guests: --Dionne Warwick - ""The Way You Look Tonight"" --Gwen Verdon - ""If My Friends Could See Me Now"" (from ""Sweet Charity"") --Rodney Dangerfield (stand-up comedy, jokes about name, girls, driving, NYC, lawyers, wife) --Alan King (stand-up comedy, jokes about airlines, Miami Beach, doctors, kids) --Robert Horton - ""The Impossible Dream"" --Chris Kirby (British ventriloquist, assorted tongue twisters, sings ""Old MacDonald"") --Norman Wisdom (stand-up comedy, plays clarinet, drums, sings) --Galla Shawn (trapeze artist) --Wychwoods (Poodle Act) Audience bows: Sergio Franci; Bob Thomas


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20x25 Nancy Sinatra / Henny Youngman / Xavier Cugat (February 26, 1967)


Nancy Sinatra - ""My Buddy"" & ""Sweet Georgia Brown"" Other guests: --Henny Youngman (joined onstage by 10 violinists) --Xavier Cugat Orchestra - ""Tequila"" --Xavier Cugat and Charo - ""Shalom Aleichem"" (Charo plays guitar and sings) --Barbara McNair - ""I Feel A Song Coming On"" & ""Somewhere Over The Rainbow"" medley --Corbett Monica - stand up comedian --The Romeros - Four Flamenco guitarists play --George Campo (Vaudeville style routine) --The Steel Bandits - ""Georgie Girl,"" ""Spanish Flea"" & "" Colonial Bogey March"" (played by young boys on steel drums) --Pinky And Perky (frog puppet act) --Clair & McMahon (stand-up comedy, how commercials can ruin a marriage) Audience bows: Mrs. Marvin Shields (Navy hero's widow); Kathleen Nolan


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20x24 Nancy Sinatra, Henny Youngman (February 25, 1967)



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20x23 Young Rascals / Joan Rivers / Lola Falana / Nancy Walker (February 12, 1967)


--The Young Rascals - ""Lonely Too Long"" and ""Come On Up"" instrumental (Young Rascals also perform ""Mickey's Monkey"" later in show.) --Peter Gennaro (dancer / choreographer) - dances to ""Baubles, Bangles, and Beads"" with women dancers. --Ravic and Babs (rollerskating couple, from England) --Sally Ann Howes - medley: ""Someone To Light Up My Life"" & ""If He Walked Into My Life"" --Joey Adams (stand-up comedian) - tells one liners & pokes fun at Ed Sullivan. --Los Indios Tabajaros (Indian guitar duo from South America) - instrumental song --Joan Rivers (stand-up comedy) - re: Las Vegas, her mother, parents, smoking, being an unpopular teenager, not being asked to the senior prom. --Lola Falana - ""On Broadway"" with dancers (including Tommy Tune?) --Audience Bow: ""KO"" Phil Kaplan (boxer) --Ed talks about Bert Lahr --Nancy Walker & Jack Gilford (comedians appearing in a sketch first done by Lahr) On film: --The Beatles - ""Strawberry Fields Forever"" & ""Penny Lane"" pr


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20x22 Woody Allen / Lainie Kazan / Wayne & Shuster (February 05, 1967)


Guests: --Woody Allen (stand-up) --Lainie Kazan (""My Man's Gone Now"") --Wayne And Shuster (stand-up comedians) --Stu Gilliam (stand-up comedian) --The Muppets (female frog sings ""I've Grown Accustomed to His Face"") --The Doodletown Pipers (singers) - ""Rhythm Of Life"" & medley: ""Hang On Sloopy,"" ""Georgie Girl,"" ""Hard Days Night,"" ""California Dreamin',"" ""Barefootin'"" --Gene Barry - ""To Life L'chaim"" & reads from Charles Lownesbury's will --Ugo Garrido (foot juggler) --Audience bows (cameos): Captain Linda Bawnan; Xavier Cugat & Charo


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20x21 Mel Torme & the Woody Herman orchestra / George Carlin / Nipsy Russell (January 29, 1967)


Guests: --The Woody Herman Orchestra - ""Apple Honey"" --Mel Torme with the Woody Herman Orchestra - medley: ""A Taste of Honey"" ""I Left My Heart In San Fransisco"" and ""More"" --Mel Torme & the Woody Herman Orchestra - ""Bring Back Bands"" --Gail Martin (Dean Martin's daughter) - ""He Loves Me"" & ""Rose of Washington Square"" --The Smothers Brothers (comedy team) - ""John Henry"" --Nipsy Russell (comedian) --George Carlin (comedian) --Enzo Stuarti (singer) - ""Vesti la giubba"" --Your Father's Mustache (banjo-playing band) --The Seven Staneks (acrobats/balancing act)


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20x20 Lovin' Spoonful / Johnny Mathis / Ginger Rogers (January 22, 1967)


Guests: --The Lovin' Spoonful - ""Nashville Cats"" & ""Darlin' Be Home Soon"" --Johnny Mathis - medley of hits: ""It's Not For Me To Say,"" ""Twelfth Of Never,"" ""Wild Is The Wind,"" ""Chances Are,"" ""Wonderful Wonderful!"" --Johnny Mathis and Our Young Generation - ""I'm Ready For Love"" --Ginger Rogers - ""Before The Parade Passes By"" (production number from ""Hello Dolly"") --Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara (comedy team) --Abbe Lane (singer) - Spanish medley including ""Call Me,"" ""Spanish Flea,"" ""La Bamba"" --Bob King (stand-up comedian) --Topo Gigio (puppet) --Bergergs Chimps (might be Berosini Chimps) - trained animal act --The Three Kims (acrobats / tumblers) Audience bows: Ruby Keeler; Billy Reed CBS repeated this show on 16-Jul-67.


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20x19 Rolling Stones / Petula Clark / Allan Sherman (January 15, 1967)


--The Rolling Stones - ""Ruby Tuesday"" & ""Let's Spend Some Time Together"" (censored version of ""Let's Spend the Night Together""). --Petula Clark - ""Elusive Butterfly"" & ""Color My World"" --Allan Sherman (stand-up comedian) --The Muppets (Kermit plays the piano & sings) - Following the sketch, Jim Henson comes out to greet Ed --Allan King (stand-up comedian) - routine about family members --Sisters of St. Benedict (Nuns from Erie, Pennsylvania; a.k.a. Sisters '67) - sing a show tune medley: ""It's A Lovely Day,"" ""Consider Yourself"" & ""Kumbaya"" --The Michael Bennett Dancers (clog dancers) --The Monroes (balancing act from Madrid, Spain) --On film: Footage of a 14-year-old waterskiier, Ricky McCormick, doing stunts at Cypress Gardens, Fla. --Audience bow (cameo): Miriam Colon (Puerto Rican star)


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20x18 Ethel Merman / Gordon MacRae / Flip Wilson / Serendipity Singers (January 08, 1967)


Guests: --Ethel Merman - ""Some People"" --Ethel Merman and Gordon MacRae - ""You're Just in Love"" (a.k.a. ""You're Not Sick, You're in Love"") --Gordon MacRae - Soliloqy from ""Carousel"" --Flip Wilson (stand-up comedy) --The Serendipity Singers - ""If I Were a Carpenter"" & a medley of folk songs --Jose Greco (dancer, with his flamenco troupe) - dance to ""The Horseman"" --Myron Cohen (comedian) - toll booth routine --Malmo Girls (gymnasts from Sweeden) - girls juggle balls in unison --The Royal Highlanders (pipe and drum corps) --The King Toys (acrobatic act) --clown act Scheduled act: --The Muppets


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20x17 The New Vaudeville Band / Peter Nero / Joan Rivers (January 01, 1967)


--The New Vaudeville Band - ""Winchester Cathedral,"" ""Whispering"" & ""Shine"" Other guests: --Joan Rivers (comedian) --Peter Nero - ""Summertime"" & ""It Ain't Necessarily So"" --Lana Cantrell - ""You'd Better Love Me"" & ""I Will Wait For You"" --Georgie Kaye (stand-up comedy) --The Castro Brothers - sing ""Tonight"" in Spanish --Les Ballets Africains (dance troupe) --Sandra Balesti (ballet solo to Rodgers & Hammerstein medley) --The Three Haucs (jugglers) --Hendra & Ullet (comedy team) --The Tovarich Troupe (balancing troupe)


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20x16 scheduled: European Circus Acts (Krone Circus Arena, Munich) (December 25, 1966)


Ed presents circus acts at the Krone Circus Arena in Munich, Germany.


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20x15 scheduled: Count Basie; Dianne Carroll; Totie Fields; P. Gennaro (December 18, 1966)


Scheduled guests: --Count Basie --Diahann Carroll --Totie Fields --Peter Gennaro --Sandler & Young


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20x14 Mamas & the Papas / Joan Rivers / Morey Amsterdam (December 11, 1966)


--Mamas & the Papas - ""Monday, Monday,"" ""California Dreamin',"" & ""Words of Love"" Start of show: --Harry James (with orchestra) - ""Ciribirin"" and ""A Taste of Honey"" --Audience bow: Sgt. Robert O'Malley, USMC (Medal of Honor recipient, Vietnam) --On tape: Obernkirchen Children's Choir - sing medley of Christmas songs --Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) - Topo talks to Ed about Japan. Ends with Ed putting Topo to bed. --Mamas & the Papas - ""Monday, Monday,"" ""California Dreamin',"" & ""Words of Love"" --Morey Amsterdam (stand-up comedy) - re: Ed Sullivan; restaurants; Reagan --Patricia McBride & Edward Villella (ballet dancers) - pas de deux from ""Don Quixote"" --Joan Rivers (stand-up comedian) --Lana Cantrell - ""Let Yourself Go"" --David Frye (stand-up comedian, does impressions of celebrities) --Lana Cantrell - ""Stay""


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20x13 Supremes / Gary Lewis & the Playboys / Wayne & Shuster (December 04, 1966)


Guests: --Harlem Globetrotters (comic basketball stunts) --Lainie Kazan - ""What Now My Love"" --The ""Walking Happy"" cast - ""Clog and Grog Dance"" --Wayne And Shuster (comedy team) --Robert Merrill and Jan Peerce (opera singers) - ""La Forza Del Destino""     --Red Buttons - stand up monologue --Diana Ross and the Supremes - ""My Favorite Things"" and medley of hits: ""Come See About Me,"" ""Stop! In the Name of Love,"" ""You Can't Hurry Love,"" ""You Keep Me Hanging On"" & ""I Hear a Symphony"" --Gary Lewis and the Playboys - medley: ""This Diamond Ring,"" ""Green Grass,"" ""She's Just My Style"" & ""Where Will the Words Come From"" --Gary Lewis - ""One Last Kiss"" (very short song. Gary sings to girl named Cindy Palmer from Endicott, NY. His last appearance before going into the military.)


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20x12 Leslie Uggams / Glenn Yarbrough / Muppets (November 27, 1966)


Guests: --Leslie Uggams - ""We Can Work It Out"" --Glen Yarbrough - ""Rose"" (audience singalong during chorus, title might be ""Rose'd Say"") --The Muppets - ""Glow Worm"" (Kermit eats two small worms but has a problem with the third, larger worm) Other guests (scheduled to appear): --Richard Pryor --Wayne and Shuster (comedy team) --Kevon & Wilder (comedians) --Fiesta Mexicana (group performs native songs and dances) --The All-American College Football stars.


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20x11 Dave Clark 5 / Bobby Vinton / Barbara McNair / Dick Cavett (November 20, 1966)


--Dave Clark Five - ""Sitting Here Baby"" (live) and ""19 Days"" promo video --Bobby Vinton - ""Coming Home Soldier"" --Barbara McNair - medley: ""Come Back to Me"" and ""Lover Come Back to Me"" --Franco Correlli (Met Opera singer) - ""Torna A Sorriento"" --Nancy Walker and Charles Nelson Reilly - Doctor's Office comedy sketch --Dick Cavett - stand-up monologue --Henny Youngman (comedian) --Burger's Animals (trained dog act) --Peter Gennaro with female dancers --The Three Wilds (tap dance trio)


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20x10 scheduled: New Vaudeville Band; Noel Harrison; Johnny Hart; Joan Sutherland (November 13, 1966)


Scheduled guests: --The New Vaudeville Band - ""Winchester Cathedral"" --Noel Harrison - sings ""Mr. Tambourine Man"" & ""Don't Dilly Dally on the Way"" --Johnny Hart --Joan Sutherland --McGuire Sisters


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20x09 Lou Rawls / Nancy Ames / Corbett Monica (November 06, 1966)


Guests: --Lou Rawls - ""Love Is A Hurtin' Thing"" & ""In the Evening"" --Topo Gigio (mouse puppet) - boxing skit --Nancy Ames - ""Be Ready"" & ""Time After Time"" --The Kim Sisters - ""Sound of Music"" medley --Corbett Monica (comedian) --The U.S. Air Force Academy Chorale --The Rudas Dancers --Arthur Haynes (listed as an ""acrobat"") --The Pollack Brothers' Circus Elephants CBS repeated this show on Aug. 6, 1967.


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20x08 James Brown / Nancy Sinatra / Stan Freberg / Mrs. Miller (October 30, 1966)


--James Brown - medley of hits: ""I Got You (I Feel Good),"" ""Papa's Got A Brand New Bag,"" ""Prisoner of Love,"" ""Please, Please, Please"" & ""Night Train"" --Nancy Sinatra - ""Strangers in the Night"" & Sugar Town"" Other guests: --Stan Freberg (satirist) comedy routine: A ""Father Of The Year"" award is presented to the father of the H-Bomb & Freberg sings a folk song about men & women having same hair length. --Judith Anderson & Donald Davis (actors) - perform a scene from the play ""Elizabeth, the Queen"" --Rich Little (comedian, does impressions of Walter Brennan, Jack Benny, John Wayne, Art Carney, Jackie Gleason, Jimmy Stewart, Kirk Douglas, etc.) --Arthur Haynes (comedian) - Barbershop sketch - barber is rude to a customer who only wants a shave. --Mrs. Miller - medley: ""Downtown,"" ""How Gentle is the Rain,"" ""Second Hand Rose"" & ""Bill Bailey"" --U.S. Marine Corps Silent Drill Team - do precision tricks with rifles Audience bows: Mrs. Frank Sinatra, MGM Head Bob Whiteman


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20x07 Peggy Lee, Jim Nabors (October 25, 1966)



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20x06 Four Tops / Eddie Albert / Carroll Baker / Allan Sherman (October 16, 1966)


Guests: --The Four Tops - ""Reach Out, I'll Be There "" --Eddie Albert - ""Ballad of William Sycamore"" --Carroll Baker - medley from ""Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"" --Allan Sherman (comedian) --Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara (comedy team) - sketch about the last two people on earth meeting each other --Pat Cooper (comedian) --Sergio Franchi (singer) - ""Core 'N Grato"" --Sergio Franchi and the Kessler Twins - ""Shadow of Your Smile"" --The Kessler Twins - ""When In Rome I Do Like The Romans Do "" --The Suzuki Violins (9 children from Japan playing violins) - ""Invitation To The Dance"" --Dick Albers (trampoline act) CBS repeated this show on August 13, 1967.


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20x05 scheduled: Petula Clark; Richard Pryor; Allan & Rossi (October 09, 1966)


Petula Clark - ""Who Am I?"" & ""Come Rain Or Come Shine"" Additional guests (scheduled to appear): --Richard Pryor --Wayne & Shuster --Allen & Rossi --Manuela Vargas (possibly The Manuela Vargas Ballet Troupe) --The Berosini Chimps


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20x04 Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons (October 04, 1966)



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20x03 Supremes / Nipsey Russell / Ethel Merman (September 25, 1966)


--The Supremes - ""You Can't Hurry Love"" & medley (""I Hear A Symphony,"" ""Stranger In Paradise,"" ""Wonderful, Wonderful,"" ""Without A Song"" & ""Yes I Do"") --Ethel Merman - Irving Berlin medley (""All By Myself,"" ""All Alone,"" ""Table And Chair"") and ""I've Got Sunshine In The Morning"" from ""Annie Get Your Gun"" Other guests: --Nipsey Russell (stand-up comedy) --Steve Rossi (comedian) - sings ""Dommage"" --Frank Fontaine (comedian) - does stand-up monologue & sings ""Little Man You've Had A Busy Day"" --Uncalled for Three (stand-up comedy)


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20x02 Jackie Mason / Herman's Hermits / The Peanuts (September 18, 1966)


Guests include: --Herman's Hermits - ""My Reservation's Been Confirmed"" and ""Dandy"" (and possibly ""L' Autre Jour"") --Jackie Mason (stand-up comedy) - tells jokes about Alfred Hitchcock; does an Ed Sullivan impersonation --The Peanuts (singers Emi and Yumi Ito) - ""Lover Come Back to Me"" --Franco Correlli & Renata Tebaldi (from the Metropolitan Opera) - ""Andrea Chénier"" --Nancy Ames - medley (in English and Spanish): ""Yesterday,"" ""1-2-3,"" ""A Taste of Honey,"" ""Call Me"" and ""La Cucaracha"" --Muppets - 3-headed monster performs rock song (title? ""Rock It to Me,"" by The Bruthers) Additional guests (scheduled to appear): --Red Buttons --Polynesian Festival highlights (on film?) - featuring 167 natives from the South Pacific islands.


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20x01 Rolling Stones / Louis Armstrong / Robert Goulet (September 11, 1966)


--The Rolling Stones - ""Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In the Shadow?"" ""Paint It Black"" & ""Lady Jane"" --Louis Armstrong - ""Cabaret"" --Joan Rivers --Robert Goulet - ""Once I Had A Heart"" --""Holiday on Ice"" segment from Madison Square Garden with skater Ronnie Robertson --Red Skelton (scheduled guest)




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