The Ed Sullivan Show Season 22

Season 22

The Ed Sullivan Show Season 22

First Air Date: September 29, 1968

First Aired on    :   1968
Episodes    :   40 episodes



Episodes

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22x40 Sam & Dave / Roslyn Kind / Jackie Mason (August 31, 1969)


Guests: --Sam & Dave - medley: ""Brown Sugar"" & ""That Lucky Ol' Sun"" --Roslyn Kind - ""The Fool On The Hill"" & ""Give Me You"" --Jackie Mason (stand-up comedy) --Pat Cooper (stand up comedy) --Sandler & Young - do ""The French Lesson"" routine and sing ""Come On People (Glory River)"" & ""Let My People Go"" --Anna Moffo - ""Chacun le Sait"" (aria from Donizetti's ""Daughter Of The Regiment"") --Ballet America (""Hill Country"" based on traditional American folk dancing) --Charlie Cairoli (circus clown)


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22x39 Steppenwolf / Nancy Ames / Stiller & Meara (August 17, 1969)


Guests: --Steppenwolf - ""It's Never Too Late"" & medley: ""Born To Be Wild""/""Magic Carpet Ride"" --Nancy Ames - medley: ""I Got You, Babe""/""Happy Together"" --Sergio Franchi (singer) - ""Love Finds The Way,"" ""Lonely Is A Man Without Love,"" ""Noche de Ronda,"" ""Serenata"" & ""For Once In My Life"" --Stiller & Meara (stand-up comedy, Stiller plays a shy obscene phone caller) --Peter Gennero (dances to ""Back Roads Of My Mind"") --Van Harris (stand up comedy, jokes about marriage & ""kids today"") --Washington D.C. Festival Chorus (2 Dozen High School students sing patriotic songs) --Charlie & Cairoli (Charlie is dressed as C. Chaplin, while Cairoli plays clarinets) --Erich Brenn (juggler, spins plates & does other tricks)


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22x38 scheduled: Vikki Carr; Henny Youngman; Clara Ward Gospel Singers (July 27, 1969)


Scheduled guests: --Vikki Carr - ""Where Am I Going?"" & ""The Glory of Love"" --Henny Youngman (comedian) - holds a violin and bow while telling jokes about his wife --Clara Ward Gospel Singers - ""Born Free"" & ""City Called Heaven"" --Gilbert Price - ""I've Gotta be Me"" --The Bob Fournier & Hal Greco dancers


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22x37 Bobby Vinton / Lainie Kazan / The Sugar Shoppe (July 06, 1969)


Guests: --Bobby Vinton - ""Those Were The Days"" and a medley (""Blue Velvet,"" ""Take Good Care of My Baby"" and ""Please Love Me Forever"") --Lainie Kazan (actress-singer) - sings ""Love"" --The Sugar Shoppe (Canadian group) - performs ""Poor Papa"" (1920's song) and ""Save The Country."" --Gordon MacRae - ""America the Beautiful"" (he recites, then sings, the lyrics). --Jackie Vernon (comedian) --Shirley Bassey - ""This is My Life"". --Al Koran (mentalist) Thanks to ""min1"" for helping with this synopsis. Please see ""Recap"" for more details. Additional guest (scheduled to appear): ----Charlie Manna (comedian)


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22x36 scheduled: Sonny James; Flip Wilson; Jackie Mason (June 22, 1969)


Scheduled guests: --Sonny James --Flip Wilson --Jackie Mason --Karen Wyman --Hal Frazier --Georgia Tech Glee Club


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22x35 The Everly Brothers / Phil Crosby / Marilyn Maye (June 15, 1969)


Guests: --The Everly Brothers - ""Walk Right Back"" & "" Bye Bye Love"" (and possibly ""Bowling Green"" & ""Wake Up Little Susie"") --Phil Crosby (singer) - ""Let There Be Love"" --Marilyn Maye (singer) - ""Misty"" Other guests (scheduled to appear): --Rodney Dangerfield --Stiller & Meara (comedy team) --Peter Gennaro (dancer) - ""Don't Rain on My Parade"" --The Inner Dialogue - ""The Touch"" & ""I Go to Life""


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22x34 scheduled: Jerry Vale; the Serendipity Singers; Burns & Schreiber (June 08, 1969)


Scheduled guests: --Jerry Vale (singer) --Myron Cohen (comedian) --Burns and Schreiber (comedy team) --The Serendipity Singers --Monique Leyrac (singer) --Kile and Paam (singer)


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22x33 Smokey Robinson & the Miracles / Lesley Gore / Mason Williams (June 01, 1969)


Guests: --Smokey Robinson & the Miracles - ""Doggone Right"" & ""Abraham, Martin & John"" --Lesley Gore - medley: ""I Could Have Danced All Night"" & ""A Natural Woman"" --Mason Williams - ""Major Thang"" & ""Greensleeves"" --Gwen Verdon and two other female dancers - ""Mexican Breakfast"" --Alan King (stand-up comedian making his 45th appearance) - tells stories about dogs. Alan said he has just returned back from Israel where he dedicated a new hospital ""Alan King Hospital"". Largest diagnostic room is called ""The Ed Sullivan Room."" --Wayne & Shuster (stand-up comedy; sketch about a student rebellion at a nursery school) --Ace Trucking Company (Improv company parodies commercials & does an obscene phone call sketch) Audience bows: Johnny Longdon (jockey); Jack Waldren; Jack Dempsey; Patricia Jane Berg (golfer); Jean Drapeau (mayor of Quebec); Tom Knowles & Bob Cameron; Diana Ross


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22x32 Mary Hopkin (Goodbye) / Sam & Dave (May 25, 1969)


--Mary Hopkin - ""Goodbye"" --Mary Hopkin - ""Love Is The Sweetest Thing"" (probably the correct date for this song) --Sam & Dave - ""Born Again,"" ""Soul Man"" & ""I Thank You"" --Ernest Montego (juggler on unicycle) --Ron Carey (comedian) - does routine imitating his priest, Father Murphy Other guests (scheduled): --Theodore Bikel --Louis Nye (comedian) --Primo Family (singers)


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22x31 Fifth Dimension / Liza Minnelli / George Carlin (May 18, 1969)


Guests: --Fifth Dimension - ""Up Up & Away,"" ""Working on a Groovy Thing"" and ""Aquarius""/""Let the Sun Shine In"" --Liza Minnelli - ""You Made Me So Very Happy,"" ""Didn't We?"" (and possibly ""MacArthur Park"") --George Carlin (comedian) - ""The Big 3 News"" sketch with Carlin as a news reporter, commercial announcer and ""Al Sleet"" (the Hippy Dippy Weatherman) --Audience bow: Jacqueline Susann --Joan Rivers --Bill Dana (comedian, as Jose Jimenez) - Ed appears in act, asking Bill questions. --The U. S. Military Academy Glee Club --Vino Venito (sword balancer from ""Circus, Circus"" in Las Vegas) - balances candelabra.


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22x30 Diana Ross & the Supremes / Ed Ames / Lana Cantrell (May 11, 1969)


Guests: --Diana Ross & the Supremes - ""The Impossible Dream,"" ""You're Nobody ‘till Somebody Loves You"" and ""No Matter What Sign You Are"" --Ed Ames - ""Son Of A Travelin' Man"" & ""Windmills Of Your Mind"" --Lana Cantrell - ""Life Is"" & ""Stay"" --The Muppets --David Frye (comedian, doing impressions of celebrities) --Irwin C. Watson (stand-up comedian)


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22x29 Richie Havens / scheduled: Joel Grey; Vikki Carr (May 04, 1969)


Richie Havens - ""High Flyin' Bird"" Other guests (scheduled): --Joel Grey --Stiller & Meara --Vicki Carr --Baja M. Band --S. Mitchell --Brascia & Tybee --Peter Gennaro


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22x28 Joe Cocker & the Grease Band / scheduled: Connie Francis, Alan King (April 27, 1969)


--Joe Cocker & the Grease Band - ""Feelin' Alright"" --Connie Francis - ""Those Were The Days"" & ""The House I Live In"" Other guests (scheduled): --Alan King --John Byner (comedian) --Lovelace Watkins (singer) --The Martys (novelty act)


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22x27 The Chambers Brothers (April 13, 1969)



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22x26 Peggy Lee / Tony Bennett / Duke Ellington Band (April 06, 1969)


Guests: --Peggy Lee - ""Spinning Wheel"" & ""Natural Woman"" --Duke Ellington Band - ""Rocking In Rhythm"" --Tony Bennett - ""Love Song,"" ""Solitude,"" ""What The World Needs Now"" & ""People"" (with the Duke Ellington Orchestra) --Rodney Dangerfield (stand-up comedy) --Joan Rivers (comedian) --Eddie Albert (spoken word, talks about Easter) --Shirley Verrett - ""Alleluja"" by Mozart --Edward Villella & Patricia McBride (pas de deux from ""Romeo & Juliet"")


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22x25 Cast of Hair / Peter Nero / Steve & Eydie (March 30, 1969)


Guests: --The cast of ""Hair"" - ""Aquarius""/""Let the Sun Shine In"" --Peter Nero - ""Mrs. Robinson"" (instrumental) --Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme --The Lennon Sisters - ""On A Clear Day"" --The Muppets --Charlie Callas (stand-up comedian) --Dickie Henderson (stand-up comedian) - does a Frank Sinatra imitation


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22x24 Sly and the Family Stone / Dionne Warwick / George Burns (March 23, 1969)


Guests: --Sly and the Family Stone - ""Love City"" (and possibly ""Stand"") --Dionne Warwick - ""This Girl's in Love with You"" --Mason Williams - ""Classical Gas"" --Lana Cantrell - ""Don't Tell Mama"" (Broadway production number) & ""My Way"" --George Burns (stand-up comedy) --Jack Carter (stand-up comedian) --Phillip Waruinge (boxer from Kenya) --Pompoff & Thedy (comedy skit with bumbling classical musicians) --Joyce Cuoco (child ballet dancer) Audience bows: James Garner; Bill Gargan


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22x23 Janis Joplin / Chet Atkins / Floyd Cramer & Boots Randolph (March 16, 1969)


Guests: --Janis Joplin - ""Raise Your Hand"" & ""Maybe, Maybe, Maybe"" --Boots Randolph (saxophonist) - ""Yakety Sax"" --Floyd Cramer (pianist) - ""On the Rebound"" --Chet Atkins (guitarist) - ""Autumn Leaves"" --Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer and Boots Randolph - ""Rock a Bye Your Baby (with a Dixie Melody)"" --Ed Ames - ""If I Had A Hammer"" & ""Changing, Changing"" (possible 3rd song: ""Love"") --Honey Ltd. (four female singers) - ""At Long Last Love"" & ""R-E-S-P-E-C-T"" --Scoey Mitchell (stand-up comedian) --The United States Air Force Marching Band --The Carals (juggling-balancing act from Germany) - man with female assistant --Norm Neilson (magic act) --Barbara Joe Rubin (female jockey interviewed by Ed) --Audience bows: Buddy Hackett & his wife Sherry; Jerry Vale; Benny Friedman (University of Michigan 1925 All American star)


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22x22 Creedence Clearwater Revival / The Association / Jeannie C. Riley (March 09, 1969)


Guests: --Creedence Clearwater Revival - ""Proud Mary"" & ""Good Golly Miss Molly"" --Jeannie C. Riley - medley: ""Harper Valley PTA"" & ""There Never Was a Time"" --The Association - ""Goodbye Columbus"" --Mickey Mantle (Ed interviews Mantle, who talks about his plans to retire from baseball) --Norm Crosby (comedian) --Greg Morris (actor, from ""Mission Impossible"") - sings/speaks ""For Once In My Life"" --Carol Lawrence - ""Startime"" --Will Jordan (comedian, does celebrity impressions) --Valente & Valente (juggling team) --The American Legion Drill Team from Chicago Audience bows (cameos): Pierre Gallent (author); John Gary


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22x21 scheduled: Paul Anka; Checkmates; Alan King (March 02, 1969)


--Paul Anka - ""Goodnight My Love"" & ""It Only Takes A Moment"" --Checkmates Ltd. --Flip Wilson Other guests (scheduled): --Gwen Verdon --Alan King --Nancy Walker --Nancy Ames


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22x20 5th Dimension / Harold Prince tribute / Herschel Bernardi (February 23, 1969)


Tribute to Harold Prince (theatrical director and producer) Songs from his productions: --Harry Goz sings ""Sunrise Sunset"" (from ""Fiddler on the Roof"") --Anita Gillette, Martin Ross and the ""Cabaret"" Broadway cast - ""Wilkommen"" --Herschel Bernardi - sings ""Life Is"" and performs the ""Mime Dance"" (with the ""Zorba"" cast) Other guests: --Dickie Henderson (comedian) --Audience Bow: US Air Force Col. Joe M. Jackson --Michele Lee - sings ""Steady Steady"" --Audience bows: Buddy Rogers & Bob Thomas --Glenn Yarbrough - ""When the Honey Wind Blows"" & ""Baby, the Rain Must Fall"" --Myron Cohen (comedian) --The Fifth Dimension - medley: ""What the World Needs Now"" & ""All You Need Is Love"" --The Fifth Dimension - ""California Soul""


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22x19 Blood, Sweat & Tears / Caterina Valente / Arthur Godfrey (February 16, 1969)


Guests: --Blood, Sweat & Tears - ""Smiling Phases"" (and possibly ""Spinning Wheel"") --Caterina Valente - ""Malaguena,"" ""The Look of Love"" and ""That Old Black Magic"" --Arthur Godfrey and the Young Americans - ""A Tall Oak Tree"" --The Young Americans - ""Georgy Girl,"" ""Tammy"" and ""Thoroughly Modern Millie"" --Rodney Dangerfield (comedian) --Eric Brenn (juggler) --Fiore & Eldridge (comedy team) --The Rios Brothers (balancing act)


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22x18 scheduled: Leslie Uggams; Joan Rivers, Barbara Eden (February 09, 1969)


Scheduled guests: --Barbara Eden - ""Do You Know the Way to San Jose?"" --Leslie Uggams --Roslyn Kind --Joan Rivers --Bill Dana --Peter Gennaro --Schaller Brothers


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22x17 Vanilla Fudge / Temptations / James Earl Jones (February 02, 1969)


Guests: --Vanilla Fudge - ""Shotgun"" --The Temptations - ""The Best Things in Life Are Free,"" ""Runaway Child"" and medley (""Cloud Nine"" & ""I'm Gonna Make You Love Me"") --Sergio Franci - medley: ""Hava Nagila,"" ""If I Were A Rich Man"" (in English & Italian) --James Earl Jones (Jones & cast do a scene from ""The Great White Hope"") --Stiller & Meara (comedy team) --Jacques d'Amboise & Allegra Kent (from the New York City ballet) - ""Meditation"" from ""Thais"" pas de deux --Audience bows (cameos): Tina Louise; Carol Lawrence; Roslyn Kind (Barbra Streisand's Sister)


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22x16 Tommy James & the Shondells / George Hamilton / Shirley Bassey (January 26, 1969)


Guests: --Tommy James and the Shondells - ""Crimson & Clover"" & ""Mony, Mony"" --Shirley Bassey - ""Goin' Out of My Head"" (and possibly ""You Go To My Head"" & ""Something's Coming"") --George Hamilton - ""Act Naturally"" & ""This Guys In Love With You"" --The Green Machine - ""Stand Up and Be Counted"" (pop band made up of U. S. Marines) --Joe Namath (on videotape, sit down interview) --John Byner (stand-up comedian, does celebrity impressions) --Irwin C. Watson (stand-up comedian) --John Byner & Irwin Watson (give suggestions to Ed on how to call guests over for a bow) --Ballet America (Hoedown style dance routine) --Marvyn Roy (magician) --Audience bows: Elston & Arlene Howard; Luciene Fontaine; Sterling Moss (racecar driver)


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22x15 Gary Puckett & the Union Gap / Liza Minnelli / John Davidson (January 19, 1969)


Guests: --Gary Puckett & The Union Gap - ""Don't Make Promises"" & ""By The Time I Get To Phoenix"" --Liza Minnelli - ""Frank Mills"" --Victor The Bear - wrestles with a man and Ed in this segment. Ed gives the bear some ice cream and a drink out of a Coca Cola bottle after wrestling segment. Bear muzzled during wrestling segment --John Davidson - ""Didn't We"" & ""Somewhere"" --Shelly Berman (comedian) - plays a twanger --The Lennon Sisters - ""It's Today"" & "" Yesterday"" Other guests (scheduled to appear): --Wayne & Shuster --Scoey Mitchell


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22x14 The Chambers Brothers / Gina Lollobrigida / Don Rickles (January 12, 1969)


Live From Circus Circus in Las Vegas Guests: --The Chambers Brothers - medley: ""I Can't Turn You Loose,"" ""People Get Ready"" & ""Time Has Come Today"" --Gina Lollobrigida with dancers - ""Walking Happy"" (lyrics: ""The Kind Of Walk You Walk"") --Jerry Vale - ""Till"" & ""Those Were The Days"" --Don Rickles (stand-up comedian, running joke - Rickles keeps hassling Ed) --The Nitwits (comedy-instrumental group) --Joe Gerlac (high distance sponge diver) --Rudy Cardanez (juggler) --Ferazzini Chimps (animal act) --The Flying Alexanders (trapeze act & tightrope act) --The Cannastrellis (daredevil trampoline tumblers) --The Amazing Meckners (tumblers perform the double somersault) --Audience bows: Ella Fitzgerald; Harry James; Buddy Hackett; Abbe Lane; George Kirby; Jack Carter; Myron Cohen; Bill Miller; Jay Sarnow


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22x13 Diana Ross & the Supremes / Johnny Mathis / Henry Mancini (January 05, 1969)


Guests: --Diana Ross & the Supremes - ""Love Child,"" ""I'm Living In Shame"" & ""I Get A Kick Out of You"" --Henry Mancini (with orchestra) - ""Conquest"" --Johnny Mathis - Latin medley and ""Moment to Moment"" --Johnny Mathis with Mancini's orchestra - Henry Mancini medley: ""Dear Heart,"" ""Days Of Wine & Roses"" & ""Moon River"" --Rodney Dangerfield (stand-up comedy) --Burns & Schreiber (stand-up comedians) - routine about machines. (Avery Schreiber acts like a machine complete with sound effects) --Peter Gennaro (dances to ""Strangers in the Night"") --Shani Wallis - ""I Can't Give You Anything But Love"" --Shani Wallis - ""As Long As He Needs Me"" (from "" Oliver"") --Rolan Brothers (balancing act) --Audience bows (cameos): Jack Lord; Jean Claude Killy (Olympic skier)


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22x12 Eddie Albert / Sly and the Family Stone / Lainie Kazan (December 29, 1968)


Guests: --Lainie Kazan - ""The Trolley Song"" & ""How Can I Be Sure"" --George Kirby (stand-up comedy) --Earl Wilson Jr. - ""The Impossible Dream"" --Audience bow: Earl Wilson Sr. --The Jovers (balancing duo) --Your Father's Mustache - medley: ""Hello My Baby,"" ""Mame,"" and ""Take Me Out to the Ball Game"" --Audience bow: Lovelace Watkins --Eddie Albert - ""September Song"" --Sly and the Family Stone - medley: ""Everyday People,"" ""Dance to the Music,"" ""Ya Ya Ya,"" ""M'Lady"" & ""Hey Music Lover"" --Charlie Manna (stand-up comedian) - does comedy and sings ""Laura"" and ""Smile"" --Burger's Animals (trained animal act) - dogs box & jump rope. Dog and monkeys ride horses. Scheduled guests (scheduled to appear but not listed on transcript): --Judy Collins - ""Both Sides Now"" --Elias and Shaw (comedy team) --The Chung Trio


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22x11 The Vogues / Patti Page / Mike Douglas (December 22, 1968)


Guests: --The Vogues - medley (""Turn Around, Look At Me,"" ""You Are My Reason to Live"" & ""Till"") --The Muppets (reindeer discuss Christmas deliveries) --Flip Wilson (stand-up, jokes: Girl Scout cookies & Harold the Boy Scout routine) --Joe Namath & N. Y. Jets football players (celebrate win over Miami Dolphins, with film clips) --Bake Turner (of the New York Jets) - plays guitar & sings -- Stiller & Meara (stand-up routine: an interview with Mrs. Santa Claus) --Patti Page - ""Happy Birthday Little Jesus"" (poem read in child talk) --Mike Douglas & Patti Page - medley: ""It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,"" ""My Cup Runneth Over"" & ""Little Green Apples"" --Mike Douglas - ""The Christmas Song"" --Lovelace Watkins - ""A Portrait Of My Love"" (operatic song) --Peter Gennaro (dancer) - ""Sleigh Ride"" --Marine Major David Althoff (highly decorated Marine)


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22x10 Stevie Wonder / Brooklyn Bridge / Jane Morgan (December 15, 1968)


Guests: --Stevie Wonder - ""For Once in My Life,"" ""You Met Your Match"" & ""Alfie"" --Brooklyn Bridge - ""Worst That Could Happen"" --Norm Crosby (stand-up comedian) - tells jokes using fractured English --Rich Little (comedian-impressionist) - imitates George Burns,  Jack Benny, Rochester, Ed Sullivan, etc. --Ed shows a 1951 film clip of Anna Maria Alberghetti --Anna Maria Alberghetti - ""Who Can I Turn To"" --Jane Morgan - ""It's Today"" (production number from ""Mame"") and ""We Need A Little Christmas"" (with ""Mame"" Broadway cast). --Edward Villella (ballet dancer) - pas de deux with Patricia McBride and solo dance. --Rossi & Ross (comedy team Steve Rossi & Joe E. Ross) - comedians doing impressions --Audience bows: Otto Preminger (movie producer), Jules Dassin (producer)


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22x09 Ray Charles / The Association / Richard Pryor (December 08, 1968)


Guests: --The Association - ""Never My Love"" & ""Along Comes Mary"" --Ray Charles - ""Marie,"" ""Eleanor Rigby"" (with Ray Block's Orchestra) & ""If It Weren't for Bad Luck"" --Liza Minnelli - ""Sweet Blindness"" & ""Simon"" --Richard Pryor (stand-up, jokes: childhood; school; God creating people; slaves; impersonates Richard Nixon) --Joan Sutherland --Jack E. Leonard (insult comedian) --The Veterans (Comic circus from Sweden; athletes try to vault) --Venezuelan Folk Ballet (colorfully costumed Venezuelans sing & dance) --Audience bow: Anna Maria Alberghetti


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22x08 Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass / Engelbert Humperdinck / Tiny Tim (December 01, 1968)


Guests: --Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass - ""My Favorite Things"" ""The Christmas Song"" --Tiny Tim - ""Great Balls of Fire,"" ""School Days,"" ""I'm Glad I'm A Boy"" and ""My Hero"" --Englebert Humperdinck - ""Les Bicyclettes De Belsize"" & ""Marry Me"" --Jack Carter (stand-up comedy) --Gloria Loring - ""Can't Take My Eyes Off You"" & ""I'm Gonna Make You Love Me"" --Peter Gennero (dancer) --Scoey Mitchell (comedian) --David Hemmings (actor) - recites a Dylan Thomas poem --Audience bows: Lou Brecker; Ann Margret; Gail Hunnicut


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22x07 The Muppets (November 27, 1968)



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22x06 scheduled: Alan King, George Hamilton, Connie Francis, Stiller & Meara (November 03, 1968)


According to a November 1968 New York Times article, this episode was cancelled due to the AFTRA musicians' union strike. (With a re-run aired in its place.) However, a few Beatles websites mention that a clip from the Beatles' movie ""Yellow Submarine"" was shown on this date. The scheduled guests for this week were Connie Francis; Alan King; George Hamilton; Stiller & Meara; Peter Gennaro and The Antonettes (a teeterboard act).


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22x05 Mary Hopkin / Gary Lewis and the Playboys / George Carlin (October 27, 1968)


Guests: --Mary Hopkin - ""Morning of My Life"" & ""Those Were the Days"" --Gary Lewis and the Playboys - ""Main Street"" --George Carlin (comedian) --Helen Hayes (reads preface from her book) --Ed Ames (singer-actor) - sings a medley of love songs incl. ""Gentle On My Mind"" & ""The Look Of Love"" --The Doodletown Pipers --Kuban Cossacks (Cossack dancers) --Judge Dewey Markham & Pigmeat Markham (comedy sketch) --Audience bows: Don Rickles; Jerry Vale; Perle Mesta


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22x04 The Fifth Dimension / Steve McQueen (on film) / Joan Rivers (October 20, 1968)


Guests: --The Fifth Dimension - ""Sweet Blindness"" --On film: Steve McQueen shown riding a motorcycle, short interview, clip from ""Bullet"" --David Frye (stand-up, impressions) --Joan Rivers (stand-up comedy) --Lana Cantrell (""Didn't We"") --The Piero Brothers (jugglers) --Sandler & Young (""Gonna Build A Mountain"") --A scene from ""Lovers & Other Strangers"" (with Richard Castelano, Ellen Verbit, and Bobby Alto). --Audience bows (cameos): Ed Ames, Grace Cahn, Martin Wolman, Ed King; Peter Yates, Carmine Santullo


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22x03 The Beach Boys / Richard Pryor / Peter O'Toole (October 13, 1968)


--The Beach Boys - ""Do It Again"" & ""Good Vibrations"" --Start of show, opening titles --Ed talks with jockey Stanley Dancer, with million dollar racing horse Cardigan Bay. --Audience bows (cameos): Irving Rudd; Sugar Ray Robinson --Denny McLain Quartet (baseball player Denny, playing organ, with his combo) - ""Girl From Ipanema"" --Bob Gibson (baseball pitcher playing guitar) & the Denny McLain Quartet - instrumental song, unknown title --Audience bow: Mickey Lolich (1968 World Series pitching hero) --Richard Pryor (stand-up comedy) - re: ""being cool,"" personal grooming & hygene. --Jim Henson's Muppets - Muppets jump in & out of trash cans, scaring little girl. (At end of segment Jim Henson comes out and shakes hands with Ed.) --Sugar Ray Robinson - Ed asks Robinson on stage, asks Robinson his opinion about the greatest boxers. On film: ""Goodbye Mr. Chips"" film clip with Petula Clark & Peter O'Toole. Ed interviews Clark & O'Toole. Ed & O'Toole sing ""When Irish E


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22x02 scheduled: Dionne Warwick; Tiny Tim; Tony Bennett (October 06, 1968)


Scheduled guests: --Dionne Warwick - ""Impossible Dream"" and ""Promises, Promises"" --Tony Bennett (performing with the Woody Herman Orchestra) --Woody Herman and orchestra --Tiny Tim - ""Hello, Hello,"" ""As Time Goes By"" and ""I Gave Her That"" --Flip Wilson --The Kessler Twins (dancing singers) - ""Lili Marlene"" --Goetchie (unicyclist) --The cast of ""You're A Good Man Charlie Brown"" perform two songs from the play - the title song and ""Happiness""


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22x01 Jefferson Airplane / Diana Ross & the Supremes / Red Skelton (September 29, 1968)


Guests include: --Jefferson Airplane - ""Crown of Creation,"" ""Won't You Try"" & ""Saturday Afternoon"" --Diana Ross & the Supremes - ""Funny Girl"" medley and ""Love Child"" --Red Skelton (comedy monologue) --Sergio Franchi & Virna Lisi (actors) - on film, Ed interviews the actors on location in Italy. (Franchi and Lisi were probably on the set of their film ""The Secret of Santa Vittoria"") --The Faraceenees (correct spelling?, acrobats)




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