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Season 19 (CBS)(1966-67)
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  Playlist -  "The Ed Sullivan Show"  Season 19 (1966-67)

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  CBS Sundays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern (40 New Episodes) (Color)

 19.1 [882] The Ed Sullivan Show:
11-Sep-1966 CBS Sun
The Rolling Stones
Louis Armstrong
Red Skelton
Robert Goulet
Joan Rivers
--The Rolling Stones perform "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In the Shadow?" "Paint It Black" & "Lady Jane."
--Louis Armstrong sings "Cabaret."
--Robert Goulet sings "Once I Had A Heart" and "The Impossible Dream."
--Joan Rivers (comedian, making her 2nd Sullivan appearance) - stand-up routine
--Red Skelton (comedian) - performs a monologue and pantomime routine (in a taped segment running approx. 10 minutes).
"Holiday on Ice" segments:
Scenes from the ice show, taped at Madison Square Garden, includes an appearance by skater Ronnie Robertson.

19.2 [883] The Ed Sullivan Show:
18-Sep-1966 CBS Sun
Herman's Hermits (with Peter Noone)
Red Buttons
Jackie Mason
Nancy Ames
Franco Corelli
Renata Tebaldi
The Muppets
--Herman's Hermits - "Dandy," "L' Autre Jour" and "My Reservation's Been Confirmed."
--Nancy Ames sings a medley (in English and Spanish): "Yesterday," "1-2-3," "A Taste of Honey," "Call Me" and "La Cucaracha."
--Franco Corelli & Renata Tebaldi (of the Metropolitan Opera) - "Andrea Chénier."
--Jackie Mason (stand-up routine) - talks about Alfred Hitchcock and does an Ed Sullivan impersonation
--Red Buttons (actor-comedian) - routine ends with a rendition of "Blow Gabriel Blow."
--The Muppets - A three-headed monster performs "Rock It to Me" (a record by The Bruthers).
--Polynesian Festival highlights (175 dancers & musicians from different islands).
--Audience bow:
Navy Lieutenant (jg) Dieter Dengler (Navy-Flier hero who was shot down over North Vietnam.)
This marks Jackie Mason's return to "The Ed Sullivan Show" after being blackballed following his October 18, 1964 appearance.

19.3 [884] The Ed Sullivan Show:
25-Sep-1966 CBS Sun
Diana Ross & The Supremes
Ethel Merman
Nipsey Russell
Frank Fontaine
Steve Rossi
--The Supremes sing "You Can't Hurry Love" & a medley ("I Hear A Symphony," "Stranger In Paradise," "Wonderful, Wonderful," "Without A Song" & "Yes I Do").
--Ethel Merman sings "I've Got Sunshine in the Morning" (from "Annie Get Your Gun")
--Ethel Merman - medley of Irving Berlin songs ("All By Myself," "All Alone," and "Table And Chair").
--Steve Rossi (singer-comedian) sings "Dommage."
--Nipsey Russell (stand-up routine)
--Frank Fontaine - does a stand-up monologue & sings "Little Man You've Had A Busy Day."
--The Uncalled for Three (comedy trio, later known as The Pickle Brothers) - parody "To Tell The Truth" and Tarzan.
On film:
--A "Candid Camera" segment with Ed Sullivan and Allen Funt. After Ed leaves a cleaners, Funt asks customers if Ed "is any good."
Followed by Audience Bow by "Candid Camera" host Allen Funt.

19.4 [885] The Ed Sullivan Show:
02-Oct-1966 CBS Sun (repeated 20-Aug-67)
Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
Jimmy Durante
Connie Francis
Gwen Verdon
Alan King
Arthur Worsley
Jim Henson's Muppets
--Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons - "I've Got You Under My Skin."
--Jimmy Durante (comedian) - sings "It's Kinda Hard to Put Into Words" and a song about hats (hat routine with chorus girls).
--Connie Francis - Gershwin medley ("Love Walked In," "Let's Call The Whole Thing Off," "Somebody Loves Me," "A Foggy Day,"
"Swanee," "They Can't Take That Away From Me," "Our Love Is Here To Stay" and "But Not For Me").
--Gwen Verdon (singer-dancer) - "I'm A Brass Band" & "Sweet Charity."
--Alan King (stand-up comedian, making his 31st appearance) - talks about his wife's pregnancy.
--Arthur Worsley (English ventriloquist) - dummy does all the talking & sings "When You're Smiling."
--Jim Henson's Muppets - Kermit and another muppet talk about visual (and abstract)
thinking (with moving images superimposed on screen).
--Fiesta Italiana (dance troupe does a Sicilian bullwhip dance)
--The 1966 winners of the Harvest Moon Ball dance contest

19.5 [886] The Ed Sullivan Show:
09-Oct-1966 CBS Sun
Petula Clark
Richard Pryor
Wayne and Shuster
Marty Allen and Steve Rossi
Manuela Vargas
The Berosini Chimps
--Petula Clark sings "Who Am I?" and "Come Rain or Come Shine."
--Richard Pryor (stand-up routine) - fishing story.
--Wayne and Shuster (comedy team) do a Shakespearean baseball sketch.
--Allen and Rossi (comedy team) - include Ed in a football player sketch.
--Steve Rossi sings "Without A Song."
--Myron Cohen (story-telling comedian).
--Manuela Vargas (Flamenco dance troupe).
--Stop-Hop (dance troupe).
--The Berosini Chimps (trained animal act) - chimps walk on stilts, jump on trampoline and perform circus acrobatics.
--Audience bows: Don Freeman and Ken Venturi.

19.6 [887] The Ed Sullivan Show:
16-Oct-1966 CBS Sun (repeated 13-Sep-1967)
Carroll Baker
Eddie Albert
Allan Sherman
Stiller & Meara (comedy team) (Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara)
Sergio Franchi
The Kessler Twins
--The Four Tops - "Reach Out, I'll Be There."
--Carroll Baker (actress) - sings a "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" medley.
--Eddie Albert (actor) - dramatic reading of the "Ballad of William Sycamore."
--Allan Sherman - does song parodies "Smog Gets In Your Eyes" and "Lessons."
--Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara (comedy duo) - sketch about the last two people on earth meeting each other.
--Sergio Franchi (singer) - "Core 'ngrato."
--Sergio Franchi and the Kessler Twins - "Shadow of Your Smile."
--The Kessler Twins (singers-dancers) - "When In Rome I Do Like The Romans Do."
--The Suzuki Violins (9 children from Japan playing violins) - "Invitation to the Dance."
--Pat Cooper (stand-up monologue)
--Dick Albers (trampoline act)
--Cameo: Frank Robinson (of the Baltimore Orioles, 1966 World Series MVP)
--Audience bows: John Patterson, June Havoc, and a bobsled team.

19.7 [888] The Ed Sullivan Show:
23-Oct-1966 CBS Sun
Peggy Lee
Duke Ellington
Jim Nabors
Norm Crosby
Mirella Freni & Gianni Raimondi
Upstairs at the Downstairs
--Peggy Lee sings "Nice and Easy" & "Walking Happy."
--Duke Ellington & his Band perform "David Danced" while Bunny Briggs tap dances.
--Jim Nabors sings "Swanee" and "Cuando Calienta Ed Sol."
--Joan Rivers (comedy routine) - topics include small town life and flying.
--Mirella Freni & Gianni Raimondi (Metropolitan opera singers) - "La Boheme."
--Kovac and Ravovsky (Gypsy Ballet duo from Hungary) - perform a pas de deux.
--Upstairs at the Downstairs (4-person comedy troupe with Madeline Kahn) - perform an operatic-style song about New York City.
--The Muppets (Jim Henson puppets) - Father monster talks to son monster.
--Tanya the Elephant (trained animal act)

19.8 [889] The Ed Sullivan Show:
30-Oct-1966 CBS Sun
James Brown
Nancy Sinatra
Stan Freberg
Mrs. Miller
Rich Little
--Nancy Sinatra sings "Strangers in the Night" & Sugar Town."
--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."
--Judith Anderson & Donald Davis (actors) - perform a scene from the play "Elizabeth, the Queen."
--Stan Freberg (satirist) - does a comedy routine about the father of the H-Bomb winning the "Father Of The Year" award.
Freberg also sings a folk song about men & women having same hair length.
--Rich Little (comedian) - does impressions of Walter Brennan, Jack Benny, John Wayne, Art Carney, Jackie Gleason,
Jimmy Stewart, Kirk Douglas, etc.
--Arthur Haynes (British comedian, barbershop visual slapstick)
--Mrs. Miller sings (off-key) a medley of "Downtown," "How Gentle is the Rain," "Second Hand Rose" & "Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey?"
--U.S. Marine Silent Drill Team - perform precision drills with rifles.
--Audience bows: Mrs. Frank Sinatra; MGM Head Bob Whiteman.

19.9 [890] The Ed Sullivan Show:
06-Nov-1966 CBS Sun (repeated 06-Aug-1967)
Lou Rawls
Nancy Ames
The Kim Sisters
Topo Gigio
Corbett Monica
The Rudas Dancers
The Three Hermannis
--Lou Rawls - "Love Is A Hurtin' Thing" & "In the Evening."
--Nancy Ames - "Be Ready" & "Time After Time."
--The Kim Sisters - "Sound of Music" medley.
--The U.S. Air Force Academy Chorale
--Corbett Monica (comedian)
--Arthur Haynes (British comedian) - acrobatic sketch with assistants.
--Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) - boxing skit, sings "Me and My Shadow."
--The Rudas Dancers (acrobatic dance team)
--Baby Opal, Stella & Friend (trained circus elephants)

19.10 [891] The Ed Sullivan Show:
13-Nov-1966 CBS Sun
The New Vaudeville Band
Noel Harrison
Joan Sutherland
The McGuire Sisters
Flip Wilson (comedian)
Alan King (comedian)
Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet)
The Marquis Chimps (trained animal act)
--The New Vaudeville Band performs "Winchester Cathedral."
--Noel Harrison (actor-singer) sings "Mr. Tambourine Man" & "Don't Dilly Dally on the Way" (with dancers).
--The McGuire Sisters sing a medley of Jerry Herman songs including "Hello Dolly" (with Jerry Herman playing piano).
--Joan Sutherland sings "Sempre Libera" (from "La Traviata").

19.11 [892] The Ed Sullivan Show:
20-Nov-1966 CBS Sun
The Dave Clark Five
Bobby Vinton
Nancy Walker
Charles Nelson Reilly
Henny Youngman
Barbara McNair
Franco Corelli
Peter Gennaro
--Dave Clark Five - "Sitting Here Baby."
--On film: Dave Clark Five - "19 Days" promo video.
--Bobby Vinton - "Coming Home Soldier."
--Barbara McNair - medley: "Come Back to Me" and "Lover Come Back to Me."
--Franco Corelli (Met Opera tenor) - "Torna A Sorriento."
--Nancy Walker and Charles Nelson Reilly - Doctor's Office comedy sketch.
--Henny Youngman (violin-playing comedian)
--Dick Cavett - stand-up monologue.
--Burger's Animals (trained dog act)
--Peter Gennaro with female dancers
--The Three Wilds (tap dance trio)
--Audience bows: Rosanno Brazzi; Woody Allen

19.12 [893] The Ed Sullivan Show:
27-Nov-1966 CBS Sun
Richard Pryor
Leslie Uggams
Wayne & Shuster
Glenn Yarborough
The Muppets
--Leslie Uggams sings "The Trolley Song" and "We Can Work It Out."
--Glen Yarbrough (folk singer) - "World Turnin'" and "Rose'd Say" (2nd song with audience sing-a-long).
--Lou Jacobi, Kay Medford, Tony Roberts and Anita Gillette perform a scene from their Broadway play "Don't Drink the Water."
--Morty Storm (stand-up comedian).
--The Muppets - Sketch starts with big worm teaching little worm to dance. Then, to "Glow Worm," Kermit eats two small worms but has a problem with the third, larger worm.
--The All-American College Football Team of '66: Bob Griese, Floyd Little, Gene Washington, Bubba Smith and Mel Faar.
--Fiesta Mexicana (troupe performs native, Mariachi songs and dances)
--Brian Andru (comic tightrope act).
--Audience bows: Steve Spurier and Norman Wisdom.

19.13 [894] The Ed Sullivan Show:
04-Dec-1966 CBS Sun
Diana Ross & The Supremes
Gary Lewis and the Playboys
Red Buttons
Lainie Kazan
The Harlem Globetrotters
Wayne and Shuster
Robert Merrill
Jan Peerce
--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 of hits ("This Diamond Ring," "Green Grass," "She's Just My Style" &
"Where Will the Words Come From").
--Gary Lewis - "One Last Kiss" (Gary sings song to girl. His last appearance before going into the Army.)
--Harlem Globetrotters (comic basketball stunts).
--Red Buttons (stand-up comedy about the Holiday season)
--Lainie Kazan sings "What Now My Love" (and possibly "La Traviata").
--The "Walking Happy" cast perform "Clog and Grog Dance" set in a saloon.
--Wayne And Shuster (comedy team) - do a "Swan Lake Murder Case" sketch.
--Robert Merrill and Jan Peerce (opera stars) - "La Forza Del Destino."
--Miss Mara (Spanish trapeze artist)
--Audience Bows: Lt. Col. Felix Blanchard & Lt. Col. Arnold Tucker (both men were on the 1945 West Point football team)
--Cameo: Steve Spurrier (University Of Florida Heisman Trophy Winner)

19.14 [895] The Ed Sullivan Show:
11-Dec-1966 CBS Sun
The Mamas and the Papas
Harry James
Joan Rivers
Morey Amsterdam
Lana Cantrell
David Frye
Patricia McBride & Edward Villella
Obernkirchen Choir
Topo Gigio
--Mamas & the Papas - "Monday, Monday," "California Dreamin'," & "Words of Love."
--Harry James and his Orchestra - "Ciribirin" and "A Taste of Honey."
--Joan Rivers (stand-up comedy)
--Morey Amsterdam (stand-up comedy)
--Lana Cantrell (Australian vocalist) - "Let Yourself Go" & "Stay."
--David Frye (stand-up, impressions of celebrities)
--Patricia McBride & Edward Villella (ballet, pas de deux from "Don Quixote")
--On tape: Obernkirchen Children's Choir - sing a medley of Christmas songs.
--Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) - talks to Ed about Japan.
Audience bow: Sgt. Robert O'Malley, USMC (Medal of Honor recipient, Vietnam)

19.15 [896] The Ed Sullivan Show:
18-Dec-1966 CBS Sun
Count Basie
Diahann Carroll
Totie Fields
London Lee
Sandler & Young (Tony Sandler & Ralph Young)
Peter Gennaro
Rickie Layne and Velvel (ventriloquist act)
--Diahann Carroll sings "Am I Blue?"
--Count Basie and his Orchestra perform "Jingle Bells."
--Tony Sandler and Ralph Young perform a medley of Christmas songs.
--Little Angels of Korea (Korean girl band and dancers)
--Michael Smuin and Paula Tracy (dancers from the American Ballet Theater)
--Peter Gennaro (choreographer dressed as Santa Claus) does a Christmas dance routine with 8 little girls.
--The Martin Brothers (comic jugglers) - includes blindfolded man juggling flaming torches.
--Cameos: Dick Tiger (boxer) and Ted Owens (basketball coach)
--On film: Cam Ranh Choraleers (enlisted men and women serving in Vietnam) sing Christmas songs.

19.16 [897] The Ed Sullivan Show: EUROPEAN CIRCUS ACTS
25-Dec-1966 CBS Sun (repeated 27-Aug-1967)
European Circus Acts (from the Krone Circus Arena, Munich)
Ed presents European circus acts in this show taped at the Krone Circus Arena in Munich, Germany.
The performers are The Bronleys (husband-and-wife acrobatic team); The Atlas-Sahara Troupe (8-person acrobatic team);
Trio Rivels (musical clowns); The Ferkos (tumblers-balancers); Eddie Windsor and his donkey; The Titos (trampoline artists);
Adolf Althoff's trained animal act (Bangall tiger rides a horse); Fattini (sway-pole artist); The Three Winters (balancing act);
Trio Rennos (comedy acrobats); Fatima Zohra (contortionist); Kristelle Sembach-Krone's Circus Horses; Akeff (acrobatic act);
The Two Mascots (balancing act featuring sisters); Bentos Clowns; and The Veterans (comic tumblers).

19.17 [898] The Ed Sullivan Show:
01-Jan-1967 CBS Sun
The New Vaudeville Band
Joan Rivers  (comedian)
Peter Nero
Lana Cantrell
Georgie Kaye
The Castro Brothers
Sandra Balesti
The Three Haucs
Hendra and Ullett
The Tovarich Troupe
--The New Vaudeville Band - "Winchester Cathedral," "Whispering" & "Shine."
--Peter Nero (pianist) - "Summertime" & "It Ain't Necessarily So."
--Lana Cantrell (Australian vocalist) - "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)
--Tony Hendra & Nick Ullett (comedy team)
--The Tovarich Troupe (balancing troupe)

19.18 [899] The Ed Sullivan Show:
08-Jan-1967 CBS Sun (repeated 23-Jul-67)
Ethel Merman
Gordon MacRae
The Serendipity Singers
Flip Wilson
Jose Greco
Myron Cohen
Malmo Girls
Ross and Hunt
--Ethel Merman sings "Some People"
--Ethel Merman and Gordon MacRae - "You're Not Sick, You're in Love"
--Gordon MacRae - Soliloquy from "Carousel" (aka "My Boy Bill").
--Flip Wilson (stand-up comedy)
--The Serendipity Singers - "If I Were a Carpenter" & a medley of folk songs.
--Jose Greco (dancer with troupe) - flamenco dancers
--Myron Cohen (comedian) - toll booth routine
--Malmo Girls (Swedish girls juggle balls in synch).
--Ross and Hunt (comedy team) - accordion duet routine.
--The Royal Highlanders (pipe and drum corps).
--The King Toys (acrobatic act).

19.19 [900] The Ed Sullivan Show:
15-Jan-1967 CBS Sun
The Rolling Stones
Petula Clark
Allan Sherman
Alan King  (stand-up comedian)
The Muppets
Sisters '67
The Michael Bennett Dancers
The Monroes
--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) - does song parodies "Strangers in My Soup," "There No Governor (like Our New Governor)"
(pokes fun at then-California governor Ronald Reagan) and "Westchester Hadassah."
--The Muppets - Kermit plays the piano and sings "Tea for Two."
--Sisters '67 (Nuns from Erie, Pennsylvania) - sing a show tune medley: "It's A Lovely Day," "Consider Yourself" & "Kumbaya."
--The Michael Bennett Dancers - perform a clog dancing routine.
--Monroe/The Monroes (balancing act from Madrid, Spain).
--On film: Footage of a 14-year-old water-skier, Ricky McCormick, doing stunts at Cypress Gardens, Fla.
--Audience bow: Miriam Colon (Puerto Rican star).

19.20 [901] The Ed Sullivan Show:
22-Jan-1967 CBS Sun (repeated 16-Jul-67)
The Lovin' Spoonful
Ginger Rogers
Johnny Mathis
Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara
Abbe Lane
Bob King (stand-up comedian)
The Three Kims
Topo Gigio
--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."
--Topo Gigio (puppet)
--The Berosini Chimps (trained animal act)
--The Three Kims (acrobats / tumblers)
--Audience bows: Ruby Keeler; Billy Reed

19.21 [902] The Ed Sullivan Show:
29-Jan-1967 CBS Sun (repeated 03-Sep-67)
Mel Torme & the Woody Herman orchestra
George Carlin (comedian)
Nipsy Russell (comedian)
The Smothers Brothers (comedy team)
Gail Martin
Your Father's Moustache
Enzo Stuarti
The Seven Staneks
--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) - perform "The Ballad Of John Henry."
 --Enzo Stuarti (tenor) - "Vesti la giubba."
--Your Father's Mustache (banjo-playing band)
--The Seven Staneks (a balancing act)

19.22 [903] The Ed Sullivan Show:
05-Feb-1967 CBS Sun
Woody Allen
Lainie Kazan
Wayne and Shuster (stand-up comedians)
New Doodletown Pipers
Stu Gilliam (stand-up comedian)
Gene Barry
Ugo Garrido
--Woody Allen (stand-up)
--Lainie Kazan sings "My Man's Gone Now."
--The Muppets - female frog (Kermit in wig) 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'" and "Barefootin'").
--Gene Barry (singer-actor) - "To Life L'chaim" & reads from Charles Lownesbury's will.
--Ugo Garrido (foot juggler)
--Audience bows (cameos): Captain Linda Bawnan; Xavier Cugat & Charo

19.23 [904] The Ed Sullivan Show:
12-Feb-1967 CBS Sun
The Young Rascals
Joan Rivers  (stand-up comedian)
Nancy Walker
Lola Falana
Joey Adams  (stand-up comedian)
Sally Ann Howes
Jack Gilford
Peter Gennaro
Ravic and Babs
Los Indio Tabajaros
--The Young Rascals - "Lonely Too Long," "Come On Up" (instrumental), and "Mickey's Monkey."
--Lola Falana - "On Broadway."
--Sally Ann Howes - medley: "Someone To Light Up My Life" & "If He Walked Into My Life."
--Los Indios Tabajaros (South American Indian guitar duo) - instrumental song
--On film: The Beatles - "Strawberry Fields Forever" & "Penny Lane" videos.
--Joan Rivers (stand-up comedy) - topics include her teenage years.
--Nancy Walker & Jack Gilford (comedians) - comedy sketch originally done by Bert Lahr.
--Joey Adams (stand-up comedian) - routine includes Ed Sullivan jokes.
--Ravic and Babs (British rollerskating couple)
--Peter Gennaro (dancer-choreographer, with female dancers) - "Baubles, Bangles, and Beads" production number.
--Audience bow: "KO" Phil Kaplan (boxer)

19.24 [905] The Ed Sullivan Show:
19-Feb-1967 CBS Sun
The Four Tops
Pearl Bailey
Pat Boone
Jackie Mason
Boots Randolph
Joe E. Lewis
--The Four Tops - "Climb Every Mountain."
--The Four Tops - medley: "Reach Out, I'll Be There," "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)" and "Bernadette."
--Pearl Bailey sings "Winchester Cathedral."
--Pearl Bailey - "Who Cares?" and a "Nothing for Nothing" medley.
--Boots Randolph (saxophonist) - "Shadow of Your Smile" & a medley.
--Pat Boone sings an excerpt of "Soliloquy from 'Carousel' (My Boy Bill)," then does a soliloquy about his own daughters.
--Frankie Michaels (Broadway actor) sings "Mame."
--Morey Amsterdam (stand-up comedy) - topics include Ed Sullivan, show business, and travel.
--Joe E. Lewis (nightclub comedian)
--The Martys (European acrobats)
--Audience bow: Allen Funt ("Candid Camera" host)

19.25 [906] The Ed Sullivan Show:
26-Feb-1967 CBS Sun
Nancy Sinatra
Barbara McNair
Henny Youngman
Xavier Cugat
Corbett Monica  (stand up comedian)
The Romeros
--Nancy Sinatra - "My Buddy" & "Sweet Georgia Brown."
--Henny Youngman (comedian, 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.
--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

19.26 [907] The Ed Sullivan Show:
05-Mar-1967 CBS Sun
Dionne Warwick
Gwen Verdon
Rodney Dangerfield
Alan King
Robert Horton
Norman Wisdom
--Dionne Warwick sings "The Way You Look Tonight"
--Gwen Verdon sings "If My Friends Could See Me Now."
--Rodney Dangerfield - topics include girls, driving, NYC, lawyers, and his wife.
--Alan King - topics include airlines, Miami Beach, doctors, kids.
--Robert Horton (actor & nightclub performer) sings "The Impossible Dream."
--Chris Kirby (British ventriloquist) - assorted tongue twisters, sings "Old MacDonald."
--Norman Wisdom (British stand-up comedian) - plays clarinet, drums, sings.
--Galla Shawn (trapeze artist)
--Wychwoods (Poodle Act)
--Audience bows: Sergio Franci; Bob Thomas

19.27 [908] The Ed Sullivan Show:
12-Mar-1967 CBS Sun
Lou Rawls
Nancy Ames
Jack Carter
The Kessler Twins
Smith and Dale
Jimmy Joyce
--Lou Rawls sings "Yesterday."
--Nancy Ames - "Cherish" & "They Can't Take That Away From Me"
--Jack Carter (stand-up routine) - topics include 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, topics: flying & 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

19.28 [909] The Ed Sullivan Show:
The Lovin' Spoonful
Johnny Rivers
Cab Calloway
Chris Calloway
Jane Powell
Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara
George Carlin
The Trio Hoganas (balancing act)
--The Lovin' Spoonful - "Bald Headed Lena," "Do You Believe in Magic?" and "Daydream."
--Johnny Rivers - "Baby I Need Your Lovin'."
--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."
--Jane Powell (singer) - operatic medley from "Porgy and Bess."
--George Carlin (comedian) - takes a look at daytime TV.
--Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara (comedy team) - portray a couple at a high school reunion.
--Alan Drake - routine about an Italian neighborhood, with singing.
--The Trio Hoganas (acrobatic act from Europe) - woman performs stunts on tightrope, while two men hold the ends of the rope in their mouths.
--Audience bow: Carol Channing (from Broadway's "Hello, Dolly!").

19.29 [910] The Ed Sullivan Show:
26-Mar-1967 CBS Sun
The Dave Clark Five
Eddie Albert
Pat Buttram
The Muppets
London Lee (stand-up comedy)
Sergio Franchi
Anna Moffo
--Dave Clark Five - "You Got What It Takes" and possibly I've Got To Have A Reason."
Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
--Eddie Albert (actor) - recites "The Creation" by James Weldon Johnson.
--Pat Buttram (comedian, played Mr. Haney on 'Green Acres').
--London Lee (stand-up comedian).
--Sergio Franchi (tenor)
--Anna Moffo (soprano, of the Metropolitan Opera).
--The Rhos Male Choir from Wales
--Didier Danion (glass balancer).
--Jim Henson's Muppets


Next two weeks:
CBS aired reruns due to a strike by AFTRA (American Federation of Television and Radio Artists).

[---] 02Apr1967 - repeat from 26June1966.
The following guests were originally scheduled:
April 2, 1967 (cancelled show): Sonny & Cher, Alan King, Henny Youngman, Wayne & Shuster, Robert Merrill, The Gospel Jazz Singers.

[---] 09Apr1967 - repeat from 23Oct1966.
The following guests were originally scheduled:
April 9, 1967 (cancelled show): Richard Pryor, Ed Ames, Lana Cantrell, Davis & Reese, Peter Gennaro, Shirley Verrett, and Douglas & Haig.


19.30 [911] The Ed Sullivan Show:
16-Apr-1967 CBS Sun (repeated 9-Jul-67)
Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood
Count Basie Orchestra
Totie Fields
Peter Gennaro
Hendra and Ullett
Los Indio Tabajaros
--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) - makes jokes about her weight, "I'm Perfect" routine.
--Peter Gennaro (dancer-choreographer with other dancers, and Totie Fields cameo) - "Alouett."
--Tony Hendra & Nic Ullett (comedy team) - A Mets fan tries to explain baseball to an Englishman.
(Hendra and Ullett performed the same sketch on 7-Aug-66)
---Alan Kogosowski (14-year-old Australian pianist) - plays Chopin's Polonaise.
--Los Indio Tabajaros - South American Indians play guitars
--Peter Gennaro (dancer-choreographer with other dancers) - "Alouette" (with cameo by Totie Fields).
--The Mercners (acrobats) - girl does mid-air somersaults on pole held by 2 men.

19.31 [912] The Ed Sullivan Show:
23-Apr-1967 CBS Sun
Bobby Vinton
Bert Lahr
Jackie Mason
Joan Rivers
The McGuire Sisters
George Kirby
--Bobby Vinton sings "Georgy Girl" "Matchmaker," "Sunrise, Sunset" and "L'Chain."
--The McGuire Sisters sing "Music to Watch Girls By," and a medley of songs from recent movies.
--The Young Americans (troupe of young singers) - perform a medley.
--Bert Lahr (actor-comedian) - sketch about a near-sighted doctor.
--Jackie Mason - jokes about NYC, television commercials, etc.
--Joan Rivers - talks about troubles plaguing women.
--George Kirby (comedian) - routine includes celebrity impressions.
--Agostinos (man & woman duo) - Adagio dancing with acrobatics
--Audience bows: Roger Tenney, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Considine.
--Audience bow: Dolores Gray (Broadway actress, star of "Sherry!") - Ed Sullivan blooper, describes
Ms. Gray as "starving" instead of "starring" in her latest Broadway play.

19.32 [913] The Ed Sullivan Show:
30-Apr-1967 CBS Sun (repeated 02-July-1967)
Paul Revere & the Raiders
Jack Benny
Melina Mercouri
Mark Lindsay
Rich Little
Gilbert Price
Edward Villella & Patricia McBride
Jim Henson's Muppets
--Paul Revere and the Raiders - "Good Thing," "Ups and Downs," "Him or Me - What's It Gonna Be?" & "Kicks."
--Rich Little (impressionist) - imitates Fred MacMurray, Jack Lemmon, John Wayne, Walter Brennan, etc.
--Melina Mercouri (actress-singer, in scenes from her Broadway musical "Illya Darling") - performs "Illya Darling," "Never on Sunday" and "Piraeus, My Love."
--Gilbert Price (baritone) sings "Old Man River."
--Jack Benny - commemorates the 35th anniversary of his debut on Ed's radio show.
--Edward Villella and Patricia McBride (ballet team) - dance a pas de deux.
--Jim Henson's Muppets - unattractive Muppet sings "I Feel Pretty."

19.33 [914] The Ed Sullivan Show: Broadcast from MONTREAL'S EXPO '67
07-May-1967 CBS Sun
Diana Ross & The Supremes
Xavier Cugat with Charo
Roberta Peters
Frank Ifield
Corbett Monica  (comedian)
Clair & McMahon (comedy team) (Dick Clair & Jenna McMahon)
--The Supremes - "The Happening"
--The Supremes (wearing 1920s Flapper costumes) - medley: "Thoroughly Modern Millie," "Second Hand Rose" and "Mame."
--Xavier Cugat with Charo - Latin medley.
--Roberta Peters (coloratura soprano) - "Bell Song."
--Frank Ifield sings "You Came Out Of Nowhere" & "She Taught Me How To Yodel."
--Clair & McMahon (comedy team) - computer dating routine.
--The Alcettys (balancing act)
--Audience bows: Jean Drapeau (Montreal mayor); Bill Haughton (harness jockey); Bob Usury (Kentucky Derby winner); Leslie Uggams.

19.34 [915] The Ed Sullivan Show:
14-May-1967 CBS Sun
The Turtles
Woody Allen
Leslie Uggams
Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara
Enzo Stuarti
--The Turtles - "Happy Together" & "She'd Rather Be with Me."
-- Woody Allen (stand-up comedy routine) - includes jokes about Ed Sullivan.
--Leslie Uggams sings "Being Good" & " Hallelujah, Baby!" (songs from Leslie's Broadway
musical "Hallelujah, Baby!" in which she plays a chorus girl named Georgina Franklin.)
--Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara (comedy team) - do a routine about a couple fretting over both their mothers coming
over for Mother's Day, then sing "Irish-Jewish Marriage."
--Aliza Kashi (Israeli singer) -"If I Were A Rich Man" (song from "Fiddler on the Roof," sung in English and Hebrew).
--Enzo Stuarti (tenor) - "Exodus."
--Tanya Solnik (young girl singing in Hebrew) - medley of songs.
--The Varadys (teeter board acrobats)
--Audience Bows: Navy Vietnam Veterans

19.35 [916] The Ed Sullivan Show: Broadcast from MONTREAL'S EXPO '67  
21-May-1967 CBS Sun (repeated 30-Jul-67)
The Seekers
Petula Clark
Alan King  (comedian)
Brigit Nilsson (operatic soprano)
Peter Gennaro
--The Seekers (Australian pop group) - "Georgy Girl."
--Petula Clark sings "Don't Sleep in the Subway," "This is My Song" and a medley
("I Know A Place," "Je Me Sens Bien," "My Love" and "Downtown").
--Birgit Nilsson and the Montreal Symphony (under the direction of Wilfrid Pelletier) - "In Questa Reggia."
--Ronald Turini (pianist, appearing 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)

19.36 [917] The Ed Sullivan Show:
28-May-1967 CBS Sun
The Temptations
Robert Goulet
Tessie O' Shea
The Pickle Brothers (comedy team, previously The Uncalled For Three)
Jane Morgan
Topo Gigio
The Doodletown Pipers
Lee Tully
Jack De Leon
--The Temptations - medley: "(I Know) I'm Losing You," "All I Need" and "My Girl"
--Robert Goulet sings "Come Back to Me" and "The Impossible Dream."
--Robert Goulet sings a medley ("My Cup Runneth Over" and "Walking Happy").
--Tessie O' Shea - "I'm Home Again," "I'm A Londoner" and "Two Ton Tessie."
--Jane Morgan - "Today" and "I Want To Be with You."
--Jack De Leon (comedian) - does a routine about Italian films.
--The Pickle Brothers (comedy trio, fast-paced vaudeville-style humor) - Dracula sketch.
--The Jovers (balancing duo) - man and woman do comedic acrobatics.
--The Roselles (South American Highwire act) - performance taped at Expo '67 in Montreal.
--Audience bows: Peter Wolfendon (New Zealand racehorse pacing driver); Peter Lawford (actor)

19.37 [918] The Ed Sullivan Show:
04-Jun-1967 CBS Sun
The Young Rascals
Yhe Harry James Orchestra
Rodney Dangerfield
Nancy Ames
Georgie Kaye
--The Young Rascals - "A Girl Like You" & "Groovin'"
--Harry James Orchestra - "Blues for Sale."
--Nancy Ames - "Blow Gabriel Blow" (with Harry James playing trumpet)
--Nancy Ames - "So What's New" & "Nice Work If You Can Get It."
-- Rodney Dangerfield (stand-up comedian) - - "No Respect" routine includes jokes about his shrink, his car, brother, and working in tough places.
--Georgie Kaye (stand-up comedy) - topics include florists, N.Y. lottery, Expo 67' and income tax forms.
--Roger Ray (stand-up comedian with xylophone)
--Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet)
--Roger Reyes (stand-up comedian with xylophone)
--Chung & Manna (Chinese circus novelty act using bricks, flowers, knives, fire)
--Audience bow: Paul Anka

19.38 [919] The Ed Sullivan Show:
11-Jun-1967 CBS Sun
The Mamas and the Papas
Richard Pryor
Alan King
The Kane Triplets
Rob Murray (juggler)
Topo Gigio
--The Mamas and the Papas - "Dedicated to the One I Love,"
--Mama Cass thanks Ed for putting pop groups on his show, group sings "Creeque Alley"
--Richard Pryor (stand-up comedy) - topics includes being in the army, submarine warfare.
--Alan King (stand-up comedian) - jokes about the contents of his wife's purse.
--Gospel Jazz Singers - medley: "Rockin' Is Our Business," "Gonna Build a Mountain" & "Tennessee Waltz."
--Rouvan (opera singer) - "Vesti La Giubba" (dressed in clown suit) & "On A Clear Day."
--The Kane Triplets sing "When Your Eyes Meet Mine," "Pow! Pow! Pow!" and "Mutual Admiration Society."
--Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) - segment includes Topo singing the song "Pop" with two other mouse puppets.
Audience bows:
--Jennifer Reinke (spelling bee champ); Rod Laver & Ken Rosewald (tennis players); Bill Collins (Australian broadcaster)

19.39 [920] The Ed Sullivan Show: Ed Sullivan Anniversary Show
18-Jun-1967 CBS Sun
Spanky and Our Gang
Norm Crosby
Diahann Carroll (singer)
Robert Merrill (Metropolitan Opera baritone)
Jack Carter (comedian)
--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."
--Robert Merrill (Metropolitan Opera baritone) sings "Toreador Song" (from the opera 'Carmen').
--Norm Crosby (comedy monologue)
--Jack Carter (stand-up routine)
--Peter Gennaro (choreographer) - dance interpretation of "On a Clear Day."
--Polynesian Festival Dancers
--Tanya The Elephant (trained animal act)
--Audience bows:
Roberta Peters (singer), Arthur Freed (lyricist & film producer), and Wendy Cox (Miss New York USA).

19.40 [921] The Ed Sullivan Show:
25-Jun-1967 CBS Sun (repeated 16-June-1968)
Connie Francis
Flip Wilson
Henny Youngman
Flip Wilson (stand-up comedian)
Ronnie Dove
The Swingle Singers
Stiller & Meara (comedy team) ( Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara)
--Connie Francis sings "Born Free," "Winchester Cathedral" and an Italian medley ("Chella Llà,"
"Scapriciatello/Do You Love Me Like You Kiss Me?" and "Ritorna A Sorriento").
--Ronnie Dove and the Swingle Singers - "Cry" (Johnnie Ray imitation).
(The Swingle Singers were a French octet that used their voices as instruments.)
--Los Rebeldes (Mariachi band) and Joaquin Robles Spanish Ballet (Flamenco dancers) - "Ceilito Lindo (Ai Ai),"
"Rancho Grande," "La Cucaracha" & "Mexican Hat Dance."
--Henny Youngman (stand-up comedian with violin)
--Los Tonitos (high wire act)
--Augsburg Jungle Wonders (trained animal act with monkey and baboon)

Summer Reruns of "The Ed Sullivan Show" (02-July-67 to 03-Sep-67) (10 weeks)
02-Jul-67 - repeat from 30-Apr-67 (Paul Revere & the Raiders)
09-Jul-67 - repeat from 16-Apr-67 (Nancy Sinatra; Tony Bennett)
16-Jul-67 - repeat from 22-Jan-67 (Lovin' Spoonful; Ginger Rogers)
23-Jul-67 - repeat from 08-Jan-67 (Ethel Merman; Gordon MacRae)
30-Jul-67 - repeat from 21-May-67 (Petula Clark, Seekers)
06-Aug-67 - repeat from 06-Nov-1966 (Lou Rawls; Nancy Ames)
13-Aug-67 - repeat from 16-Oct-1966 (Eddie Albert; Carol Baker)
20-Aug-67 - repeat from 02-Oct-66 (4 Seasons, Jimmy Durante)
27-Aug-67 - repeat from 25-Dec-66 (Krone Circus Arena in Munich)
03-Sep-67 - repeat from 29-Jan-67 (Mel Torne; Woody Herman)

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