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Season 10 (CBS)(1957-58)
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  Playlist -  "The Ed Sullivan Show"  Season 10 (1957-58)

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CBS Sundays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern
10.1 [482] The Ed Sullivan Show:
22-Sep-1957 CBS Sun
Betty Grable, Harry James, Carol Channing, George Raft, Bobby Helms,
Jo Stafford, Jack Dempsey, Jack Durant, Jimmy Roselli

--Betty Grable - "Put Your Arms Around Me"
--Harry James (trumpet player) - "You Made Me Love You" and "Two O'clock Jump"
--Bobby Helms - "My Special Angel"
--Carol Channing (comedian) - does an impression of Sophie Tucker
--Jo Stafford medley: "You Belong To Me," "Make Love To Me" and "Jambalaya (On The Bayou)"
--Jo Stafford (later in show) - "Star Of Love"
--On film: clip from "Bolero" with Carol Lombard & George Raft.
--George Raft - "Sweet Georgia Brown" (Raft dances)
--George Raft, Jack Durant & Ed Sullivan talk about George Raft's life.
--Jack Dempsey and Ed Sullivan talk about the long count fight of 1927.
--Paul Anderson (Olympic champ weight lifter) - lifts stars from their seats
--Jay Nemeth (ventriloquist) - with puppet who sings "There Was A Boy"
--Jack Durant (comedian) - does impression of Clark Gable & sings "When You're Smiling"
--Jimmy Roselli - "Give My Regards To Broadway"
--Alfred Apaka & Nalani - Alfred sings Hawaiian songs while Nalani dances the hula.
--Elisa Jayne (does dance impressions as Bette Davis, Marilyn Monroe)

10.2 [483] The Ed Sullivan Show: broadcast from Hollywood
29-Sep-1957 CBS Sun
George Burns, Gracie Allen, Johnnie Ray, Ida Lupino, Howard Duff, Carla Alberghetti,
Sally Forrest, George Sanders, Richard Hearne, The Happy Jesters,

--Johnnie Ray (singer)
--George Burns and Gracie Allen (comedy team)
--Della Reese (singer)
--Ida Lupino and Howard Duff (husband and wife acting team;
stars of the TV series "Mr. Adams and Eve") - sing "Geymore" (with Ed Sullivan)
--Carla Alberghetti (singer)
--Sally Forrest (dancer)
--Richard Hearne (comedian, England's "Mr. Pastry")
--George Sanders (actor)
--The Happy Jesters (instrumental impressionists)

10.3 [484] The Ed Sullivan Show:
06-Oct-1957 CBS Sun
Eva Marie Saint, The Everly Brothers, Danny Thomas, Alan King, Kate Smith,
Bob & Ray
(Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding), The Mambo Aces,
--Eva Marie Saint (actress)
--The Everly Brothers
--Danny Thomas (comedian)
--Bob and Ray (comedy team)
--Alan King (comedian)
--Kate Smith (singer)
--The Mambo Aces (dancers)
--The Harvest Moon Ball contest winners (dancers)
--The Dancing Gordons (ballroom dancers)
--Edoardo Raspino (juggler)

[--] 13-Oct-57 The Ed Sullivan Show pre-empted for "The Edsel Show," a one-hour special
with Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Louis Armstrong; Rosemary Clooney; and others.

10.4 [485] The Ed Sullivan Show:
20-Oct-1957 CBS Sun
Georgia Gibbs, Joe Bennett, The Sparkletones, Sammy Kaye, Mickey Rooney, The Mills Brothers,
Carol Lawrence, Hildegarde

--The Mills Brothers (vocal group)
--Joe Bennett and the Sparkletones perform "Black Slacks"
--Georgia Gibbs (singer)
--Mickey Rooney (actor)
--Sammy Kaye and his band
--Carol Lawrence (actress from Broadway's "West Side Story")
--Hildegarde (singer)
--Tippy and Cobina (trained monkey act)

10.5 [486] The Ed Sullivan Show: ASCAP SHOW (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers)
27-Oct-1957 CBS Sun
Francis Farmer, The Platters, Maurice Chavalier, Constance Towers, W. C. Handy, Jane Morgan, Blossom Seely
--The Platters - The Great Pretender" (on film, Ed in Paris at Platters concert)
--Francis Farmer - "Down in the Valley" (performed towards end of show)
--Ed Presents Maurice Chavalier with Actors Award plaque
--Jane Morgan - Fascination"
--Andy Quinn - "Rock-A-Boogie
--Constance Towers - "You" & "The Night & The Music"
--Joe Howard - "Hello My Baby" & "Goodbye My Lady Love"
--Gene Austin (sings & yodels) - medley: "Lonesome Road," "How Come You Do Me Like You Do,"
"When My Sugar Walks Down The Street All The Birdies Go Tweet-Tweet," "Melancholy Baby" & "Blue Heaven"
--Blossom Seely - "Teasin' Rag" & "Somebody Loves Me Rag"
--T C Jones (female impersonator) - "Catch" & does a satire of old musicals
--Dario Cassini - "Thine Alone" (written by Victor Herbert)
--Don Rondo - "Bring Back My Summer Love"
--Rudolf Friml (pianist) - plays medley
--Frank Faye (comedian) - chats with audience. Later in show, Faye jokes around with Ed.
Faye sings satires of songs: Some Enchanted Evening" and "I'm So In Love With Me"
--Audience bows: Grace Cahn; Whoopi Gilbert; Johnny Meis (spelling?); Gen. Oscar Silber (spelling?).
--Cameo: W. C. Handy (in wheel chair) on stage With Ed

10.6 [487] The Ed Sullivan Show:
03-Nov-1957 CBS Sun
Sam Cooke, Jimmie Rodgers, Paul Anka, Joe Bennett, The Sparkletones,
Anna Maria Alberghetti, Carla Alberghetti, Patachou

--Sam Cooke - "You Send Me" (excerpt performed at end of show)
--Paul Anka - "Diana"
--Jimmie Rodgers - "Honeycomb" and "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine"
--The Sparkeltones (Joe Bennett & the Sparkletones) - "Black Slacks"
--Patachou - "Paris Looks at Herself" and "Jambes Roses"
Alberghetti Sisters segment:
--Alberghetti Sisters (Anna Maria & Carla duet) - "Mutual Admiration Society"
--Carla Alberghetti - "Mi Amore Sorento" (Anna Maria's Sister singing an Italian folk song)
--Carla introduces Mother Alberghetti who plays piano. Piano solo.
--Carla Alberghetti - "Fascination"
Other guests:
--Joy Kay (clown act slapstick) - Man's body is shoved into trunk, comes out as woman in bathing suit.
--Arthur Worsley (British ventriloquist, the dummy does all the talking)
--The Latinos (Three Italian dancers)
--Sue Carson (comedian/impressionist, imitates teenagers)
--The Dancers Of Bali (ethnic dance and costumes) - "The Monkey Dance"

10.7 [488] The Ed Sullivan Show
10-Nov-1957 CBS Sun
Robert Wagner, Joan Collins, Sarah Vaughan, Billy Eckstine, Roger Williams, Charlotte Rae, Helen Wood,
Fernanda Montel, Katina Ranieri, Inia Tewiata, June Taylor Dancers

--Ed talks with Robert Wagner & Joan Collins. A clip from the movie "Stop Over Tokyo" is shown.
--Sarah Vaughan - "Lucky In Love"
--Sarah Vaughan & Billy Eckstine - "Passing Strangers"
--Billy Eckstine - does impressions of other singers (Sammy Davis Jr., Louis Armstrong) then plays trumpet solo.
Later in show, Billy Eckstine sings "If I Can Help Somebody"
--Roger Williams - Till" and "St. Louis Blues"
--Charlotte Rae (stand-up comedian, jokes about her diet routine)
--Helen Woods - "Love Is A Many Splendid Thing" (Ziegfeld Follies girl dances & plays violin)
--Katina Ranieri - "Arrivaderchi Roma" & "Kanaya"
--Gaby, Fofo, & Miliki (musical/comedy routine)
--Fernanda Montel - "Melodie D'amour"
--June Taylor Dancers (from "The Jackie Gleason Show") dancing girls with hula-hoops.
--Inia Tewiata (singer from New Zealand) - "Waiata Poi"
--Ed Introduces Seventeen Magazine Doll Making Contest Winners. Ginger Christensen, Fannee Fields, Sharon Rae Robinson

10.8 [489] The Ed Sullivan Show:
17-Nov-1957 CBS Sun
Gene Vincent, Carol Burnett, Georgia Gibbs, Johnny Carson, Kate Smith, Julius LaRosa, Harvey Stone, Jose Melis,
Gregory Peck
(on film), Charlton Heston (on film), Jean Simmons (on film), Chuck Connors (on film), Burl Ives (on film)
--Gene Vincent & the Blue Caps - "Dance to the Bop"
--Georgia Gibbs - "Great Balls of Fire" & "Rock A Bye My Baby"
--Carol Burnett - "Careless"
--Johnny Carson (stand-up comedy, does a routine about a children's show host who's suffering from a hangover)
--Julius LaRosa - "You Make Me Feel So Young" and "Just Forever"
--Kate Smith - "All the Way" & "When Lover Has Gone"
--Harvey Stone (stand-up comedian)
--Jose Melis (pianist from Jack Paar's show) - "Tamanoco"
--Wally Griffin (stand-up comedian, jokes about Boston, does a routine about delinquents)
--Les Garcons Delarue (French novelty act)
--Vic & Adio (acrobats)
--Latinos (3 male dancers, doing leaps and athletic dancing. Dancer dances on his head).
--On film: Ed visits the set of "Big Country." Ed jokes around with the director (William Wyler)
and the actors (Gregory Peck, Charlton Heston, Jean Simmons, Burl Ives). Chuck Connors pretends to rough Ed up.

10.9 [490] The Ed Sullivan Show:
24-Nov-1957 CBS Sun
Rex Harrison, Kay Kendall, Tony Martin, The Four Aces, Barbara McNair, Joe E. Lewis, Lu Ann Simms
--Rex Harrison (star of Broadway's "My Fair Lady")
--Kay Kendall (comedian, wife of Rex Harrison)
--Tony Martin (singer, in a remote from Boston)
--The Four Aces (vocal group)
--Barbara McNair (singer)
--Joe E. Lewis (comedian)
--Lu Ann Simms (singer)
--The West Point Glee Club
European acts:
--Les Garcons de la Rue (a French comedy singing group)
--The Morlidor Troupe (novelty act)
--Holger and Dolores (dance team)

10.10 [491] The Ed Sullivan Show:
01-Dec-1957 CBS Sun
Buddy Holly and the Crickets (1st appearance), Sam Cooke, Polly Bergen, The Rays, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.,
Bobby Helms, Ray McKinley, The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Jean Carroll, Tony DeMarco, Sally DeMarco

--Buddy Holly and the Crickets "That'll Be the Day" and "Peggy Sue"
--Sam Cooke - "You Send Me" and "For Sentimental Reasons"
--The Rays - "Silhouettes"
--Bobby Helms - "My Special Angel"
--Polly Bergen - "Mean To Me" and "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes"
--Douglas Fairbanks Jr. -
(1) comedy routine: 3 men attached at hands pretend to be stuck;
(2) recites a Rudyard Kipling poem "If"
-- Ray Mckinley & the Glenn Miller Orchestra - medley: "You Belong To Me," "So Sweet,"
"Never Say Never Again" and "Blues In The Night."
--The Colliers All American Football Team
(1) Footage of football games picking All Star Team;
(2) Ed Introduces All Star Football Team;
(3) Ed introduces football coach Lefty James.
--Jean Carroll (comedian, tells jokes about domestic life)
--Martha Ann Bentley (ballerina, dressed as a jockey) - ballet set in a stable.
--Tony And Sally Demarco (dancers doing a Rogers and Astaire style dance) - dance to "White Christmas"
-- Audience Bows: Warner Anderson; Marshall Reed
Note: Jean Seberg appears at beginning of show when Ed introduces the guests
(but she is not mentioned anywhere else on the transcript).

10.11 [492] The Ed Sullivan Show:
08-Dec-1957 CBS Sun
The Platters, Noel Coward, Kirk Douglas (on film), Tony Curtis (on film), Janet Leigh (on film),
Ernest Borgnine
(on film), Erich Brenn, Eileen O'Dare
--The Platters - "Only You"
--Noel Coward
--Jean Madeira (opera singer)
--The Princeton Triangle Club
--Erich Brenn (comic-juggler)
--Eileen O'Dare (dancer)
--On film: Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis, Ernest Borgnine and Janet Leigh in a film clip made on location in Germany.

10.12 [493] The Ed Sullivan Show:
15-Dec-1957 CBS Sun
Tony Bennett, Della Reese, Eddie Foy, Barbara Perry
--Tony Bennett (singer)
--Della Reese (singer)
--Eddie Foy and Barbara Perry (from the Broadway musical "Rumple")
--Lo, Hite and Stanley (comedy team)
--Sue Carson (comedian)
--Rita Streich (Viennese singer)
--The Konyots (comedy dance team)
--Rudy Cardenas (juggler)
--Paul Sydell and Spotty (animal act)
--Baby Opal (performing baby elephant)

10.13 [494] The Ed Sullivan Show:
22-Dec-1957 CBS Sun
Frankie Lymon, Rise Stevens, Carol Lawrence, Robert Maxwell
--Frankie Lymon (singer)
--Rise Stevens (opera star)
--Carol Lawrence (from the Broadway musical "West Side Story")
--Robert Maxwell (harpist)
--Shirley Reid (ventriloquist)
--Joey Alfidi (pianist)
--Jill and Dolly Davis (dancers)

10.14 [495] The Ed Sullivan Show:
29-Dec-1957 CBS Sun
Red Buttons, Roberta Sherwood, The DeCastro Sisters, John Wayne (on film)
--Red Buttons
--Roberta Sherwood
--Victor Julian and his pets
--Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five
--Jo Hanwey (comic juggler)
--Norbu (comedy act)
--The DeCastro Sisters (vocal group)
On film: a clip from the movie "Legend of the Lost," with John Wayne, Sophia Loren and Rossano Brazzi.

10.15 [496] The Ed Sullivan Show:
05-Jan-1958 CBS Sun
The Everly Brothers, Johnnie Ray, Clifford Guest
--Johnnie Ray (singer)
--The Everly Brothers
--Clifford Guest (ventriloquist)
--Bambi Linn (dancer)
--Rod Alexander (dancer)
--The "Vienna on Parade" orchestra
--The Amandis (acrobats/teeterboard act)
--Tex Barton and his horse (novelty/trained animal act)

10.16 [497] The Ed Sullivan Show:
12-Jan-1958 CBS Sun
Bing Crosby (on film), James Arness, Mike Kellin, Sondra Lee, Cesare Siepi
--On film: Clip of Bing Crosby playing golf.
--James Arness - appears on stage to talk with Ed.
Then a film clip from the TV series "Gunsmoke" is shown (Marshall Dillon's office)
--Mike Kellin & Sondra Lee - perform a scene from Ben Hecht's "Winkleberg"
--Cesare Siepi - April Love"
--Marimba Masters (from the Rochester School Of Music) - "Yesterdays" and "What Child Is This?"
--Jay Marshall (stand-up comedy, does tricks with golf tricks, tells jokes, makes things from folded paper).
Later, Lefty the Hand puppet sings "If I Had My Way."
--Elena Guest - "Arrivederchi Roma"
--Peg Leg Bates & Jimmy Valentine (two tap dancers with peg legs)
--Marcel Marceau - clip of David & Goliath
--Texas Tommy - Novelty Act: Dog Act, Form Pyramid & Ride Bicycle
--Roger Bannister, Johnny Podres, Bobby Morrow & Stan Musial -
"Sports Illustrated" Sportsmen of the Year, clips of select plays are shown.
--Sid James (Sports Illustrated representative) - gives out Sportsmen Awards
--Ballet De Florence & Frederic (dancers) - dance to "Rock Around The Clock" and "You're The Top"
Audience bows: Jim Arness & his bride; Billy Beven (most popular newsboy); George Bart (sportswriter / author)

10.17 [498] The Ed Sullivan Show:
19-Jan-1958 CBS Sun
Mario Lanza (on film), Kirby Stone Quartet, Marissa Alotsio
--On film: Mario Lanza -
(1) In Rome, Lanza talks to Ed about the film "7 Hills of Rome"
(2) Film clip: Lanza sings "Arrivaderci Roma"
--Marisa Allasio (Italian actress from "7 Hills of Rome") - appears on stage with Ed. (Listed as "Marissa Alotsio" on transcript.)
--Kirby Stone Quartet - "It's A Really Big Show" (performed with Ed Sullivan at opening of show)
--Kirby Stone Quartet - "It's Wonderful" (song performed towards end of show. This version of "It's Wonderful" is about 2 snakes.)
--Julie Wilson - "I've Got To Sing" and "All The Way"
--Ballet De Florence & Frederick (3 men and women ballet dancers)
--Valerie Clark - "You're The Greatest"
--Clifford Guest (ventriloquist)
(1) Dummy trapped in suitcase;
(2) He re-appears later in show pretending to hold a baby in his arms. Makes a crying noises, belches.
--Harrison And Kossi (ice skaters) - skate to "Midnight In Paris." Also, re-appears later in show.
--Dario Cassini (opera singer) - "Could My Heart Still Be Beating"
--See Hee Family - (family from Formosa, plate spinners) - family spins plates on poles, man spinning plates bends backwards,
picks up glass in mouth)
--Diro Brothers (two jugglers) - spin and balance sticks, juggle, and spin hats with sticks.
--Coquettes (Four piece women group sings and plays instruments) - "Yacca Do Ray Do Ray"
--Ballet De Florence & Frederick (voodoo ballet with primitive costumes) - natives sacrifice maiden in dance.
--Audience bows: Jimmy Fow (Philadelphia Athletics ball player); Georges Cotari (French actor); Helen Gallagher (actress);
Robert Strauss (from "Stalag 17"); Richard Nay ("Stalag 17" producer); Louis Belsen ("Stalag 17" composer);
Jean Carter (1958 Maid Of Cotton); Lt. Col. Ruby L. Bradley (Army's most decorated nurse); Donald S. Charles (Chief of Fire Chiefs);
and Romy Schneider (actress).

10.18 [499] The Ed Sullivan Show:
26-Jan-1958 CBS Sun
Buddy Holly & the Crickets (2nd appearance), Jimmie Rodgers, Ted Lewis
--Buddy Holly and the Crickets "Oh Boy" (2nd appearance)
--Jimmie Rodgers - "Oh, Oh, I'm Falling In Love" and "Long, Hot Summer"
--Ted Lewis - "Steppin' Out With A Memory" and "Tiger Rag".
--Eddie Chester and Beverly Marshall join Ted Lewis for - "K-K-K-Katy."
--Billy Myles - "The Joker"
--Wally Griffin (stand-up comedian, routine: The Good Old Days)
--Joyce Grenfell (British comedian doing a nursery school routine)
--Andre Moon & his Puppets - 8 Dancing Puppets
--Japanese film actresses Hediko Takimini, Shiro Kido (approximate spellings)
and other Japanese female stars appear in recognition of Japanese Film Week.
--Duke University Glee Club - "Prayer" & "Alma Mater"
--Gartner and Landry (judo)
--Kovach & Rabovski (jazz / ballet)
--Japanese Dance Group
(1) early in show, Japanese dancers and singer appear in a production number
(2) later in show, group performs "Dragonfly"
(Another source lists this group as 19 Geisha girls from the Las Vegas Inn in a "Japanese Fantasy.")

10.19 [500] The Ed Sullivan Show:
02-Feb-1958 CBS Sun
Ted Lewis, Helen Gallagher, Georges Guetary
--Ted Lewis (bandleader)
--Beverly Marshall (comedian)
--Georges Guetary (French singer)
--Helen Gallagher (dancer)
--Georges Guetary and Helen Gallagher perform "Isn't It Wonderful?" - a song from the Broadway show "Portofino"
in which they both appear.
The theme of this show was the Brussels World's Fair (scheduled to open in April 1958). Guests from various nations
of the world were to appear.

10.20 [501] The Ed Sullivan Show:
09-Feb-1958 CBS Sun
Gina Lollobrigida, Jack Carter, Sally Ann Howes, Billy Kenny
--Gina Lollobrigida (actress)
--Sally Ann Howes (musical-comedy star who replaced Julie Andrews in Broadway's "My Fair Lady")
--Billy Kenny (singer, formerly of the Ink Spots)
--Jack Carter (comedian)
--Goose Tatum and the Harlem Basketball Stars
--The Three Bragazzis (an Italian comedy act)
--Rolly and Arry (pantomime artists)

10.21 [502] The Ed Sullivan Show:
16-Feb-1958 CBS Sun
Vic Damone, Anna Magnani,  The Four Esquires
--Vic Damone sings "Gigi" and "Gift of Love"
--On film: Anna Magnani (actress, takes Ed on a filmed tour of Rome)
--Davis and Reese (comedy team)
--Willie, West and McGinty (vaudeville comedians, doing a "House-building" sketch)
--The Four Esquires (vocal quartet)
--The Little Gaelic Singers (from Ireland)
--George Carl (pantomime artist)
--Toni Dalli (singer from Italy)
--Rochiardi (illusionist-magician from Spain)
--The Three Szekelys (a "hand-balancing" act)

10.22 [503] The Ed Sullivan Show:
23-Feb-1958 CBS Sun
LaVern Baker, Victor Moore, Raymond Paige, Tina Robin
--LaVern Baker (singer)
--Victor Moore (veteran actor, celebrating his 82nd birthday)
--Raymond Paige (conductor of the Radio City Music Hall symphony orchestra)
- appears in connection with the theater's 25th nniversary.
--Tina Robin (singer)
--Gino Donati (singer)
--Thurston Harris (singer)
--Cornelis (mime artist from Belgium)

10.23 [504] The Ed Sullivan Show:
02-Mar-1958 CBS Sun
Douglas Fairbanks Jr., The Everly Brothers, Charles Manna, Georges Guetary
--Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. (actor)
--The Everly Brothers (singers)
--Charles Manna (comedy singer)
--Jean Carroll (comedian)
--Georges Guetary (French singer)
--Jay Nemeth (ventriloquist)
--The Bonny Sisters (vocal trio)

10.24 [505] The Ed Sullivan Show:
09-Mar-1958 CBS Sun
The Everly Brothers, Jo Stafford, The Sparkletones, Barbara McNair
--Everly Brothers - "Wake Up Little Susie" & "Be Bop a Lula"
--Jo Stafford - "Anything Goes" & "Tomorrow Mountain"
--The Sparkletones - "Cotton Pickin' Rockers" (Rockabilly band)
--Lonnie Satin & Barbara McNair (of the Broadway musical "The Body Beautiful") - "All Of These & More"
--Cyril Ritchard - "Opportunity Knocks But Once," "Mother Comes Too" and "Come To The Supermarket"
--Carol Heiss (ice skater, live from Madison Square Garden)
--David Jenkins (figure skater, live from Madison Square Garden)
--Dick Shawn (comedian, during act puts on "blackface" make up & becomes Othello)
--The Vagabond Painter (Tour-bier) - Parisian painter creates Folies Bergeres dancer out of map of Paris
--The Samy Brothers (acrobatic act from Egypt)
--Harrison & Fisher (ballroom dancing)
--Los Trianos (or "Los Triannas" - Spanish Flamenco dancers)

10.25 [506] The Ed Sullivan Show: ST. PATRICK'S DAY SHOW
16-Mar-1958 CBS Sun
Mickey Shaughnessy, Myron Cohen, Sue Carson, Darryl Stewart
--Mickey Shaughnessy (actor, appeared in the 1957 movie "Don't Go Near the Water")
--Myron Cohen (comedian)
--Sue Carson (comedian)
--Darryl Stewart (Australian singer) - "When Irish Eyes are Smiling"
--The McNiff Irish Dancers
--The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick (a glee club) - "Eileen Allana" and "O'Donnell Aboo"
--Eddy Manson and his harmonica group - playing an Irish medley
--Martin Granger and his puppets
--The Mascots (balancing act)
--Also: Ed presents the second Championship Performance Award to the outstanding athlete of the 1930-45 era.

10.26 [507] The Ed Sullivan Show:
23-Mar-1958 CBS Sun
Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, Joan Blondell, Bert Lahr, The Four Preps, The Rays, Roberta Peters,
Carol Haney, Peter Gennaro, Dickie Henderson, Michael Hale

--Bert Lahr (comedian)
--Joan Blondell (actress) - in a comedy sketch, Blondell plays an announcer assigned to interview baseball player Bert Lahr
--The Four Preps sing "Twenty-Six Miles"
--Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein
--Roberta Peters (opera singer) - sings a song from the movie "South Pacific" with music by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
--Carol Haney and Peter Gennaro (dancers) - dance to Danny Kaye's recordings "Mommy, Gimme a Drinka Water!" and "Crazy Barbara."
--The Rays (singing group)
--Michael Hale (singer) - "Luck Be A Lady Tonight"
--Dickie Henderson (British comedian)
--Wally Griffith (comedian)
--Torakichi Nakamura and Koichi Ono (Japanese golfers)
--The Marquis Chimps

10.27 [508] The Ed Sullivan Show:
30-Mar-1958 CBS Sun
Della Reese, Roger William, Frankie Vaughan, Jane Morgan, Georges Guetary, Sam Levenson,
George Shearing, Dorothy Donegan, John Gilpin, Louis Godfrey, Michael Hogan, Andre Prokovsky,

--Della Reese (singer)
--Roger Williams (pianist)
--Frankie Vaughan (singer from England)
--Jane Morgan (singer)
--Sam Levenson (comedian)
--Georges Guetary (French singer)
--Anton Dolin and his London Festival Ballet (with John Gilpin, Louis Godfrey, Michael Hogan and Andre Prokovsky)
--George Shearing (pianist)
--Dorothy Donegan (pianist)
--O'Brady (novelty puppet act from Europe)
--The Three Brazzazzis (European comedy act)

10.28 [509] The Ed Sullivan Show:
06-Apr-1958 CBS Sun
Maurice Chevalier, Carol Burnett, Conrad Hilton, Guy Lombardo, Nell Rankin
--Carol Burnett (comedian, doing a tribute to the Emmy Awards)
--Maurice Chevalier - "Gigi" & "Quay De Bercy"
--Conrad Hilton (reads a poem he wrote)
--Guy Lombardo - "Everywhere You Go" and "Over & Over" (Note: The singer is either Kenny Gardner or Bill Flanagan)
--Nell Rankin - "Pace, Pace"
--Chicago Opera Ballet - "The Merry Widow Waltz"
--The Johnson Family - medley of religious songs
--Regine & Andre Berny (dancing team)
--Les Marquis Markays (acrobats, two brothers perform balancing tricks)
--Clarence Willard (billed as "The Man Who Grows Before Your Eyes") - appears to grow taller on stage
--Joe Castor (puppet show, puppet paints a picture)
--Audience bow: Mrs. Wendell Willkie
--On-stage bows: Don Kerr, Linley Ruddock, Jerry Wald
--Dr. Everett Clinchy, of the National Conference Of Christians & Jews, presents Ed with an award.

10.29 [510] The Ed Sullivan Show:
13-Apr-1958 CBS Sun
Nat King Cole, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Jack Norworth
--Nat King Cole (singer)
--Mickey Mantle (of the New York Yankees, was the American League's most valuable player of 1957)
--Yogi Berra (catcher)
--Whitey Ford (pitcher)
--Jack Norworth (composer, wrote "Take Me Out To the Ball Game")
--Joyce Grenfell (British comedian)
--Laurie London (14-year-old singer)

10.30 [511] The Ed Sullivan Show:
20-Apr-1958 CBS Sun
The Champs, Vivian Blaine, Hermoine Gingold
--The Champs - "Tequila"
--Hermoine Gingold & Billy Dewolfe - "Careless Talk"
--Kathy Linden - "Billy"
--Vivian Blaine - "Say, Darling" (from the Broadway show "Say, Darling.")
--David Wayne - "River" and a number from "Say, Darling"
--Scenes from the University Of Pennsylvania Mask and Wig Club (men in drag, chorus line).
--Rickie Layne (ventriloquist with his dummy Velvel)
--Martin Granger puppets
--Helene & Howard (comedy dance team)
--Miklos Gafni (Hungarian tenor) - "E. Lucevan E. Stelle".
--Annapolis Glee Club - "Navy Song"
--Anna D'Angelo - "Kansas City"
--Freddie Bell & The Bell Boys (vocal group) - "Saints Ding, Dong" and "Say Darling"
--D'Angoly's (juggling act)
--Audience bows: Will Jordan, Bill Gunn, Mary Martin

10.31 [512] The Ed Sullivan Show:
27-Apr-1958 CBS Sun
Sal Mineo, The Everly Brothers, Patachou, Georgia Gibbs, Teresa Brewer, Jack Carter, Maria Neglia, Arthur Worsley
--The Everly Brothers - "All I Have To Do Is Dream"
--Sal Mineo (actor) - sings "A Couple Of Crazy Kids" & "Baby Face"
--Patachou - "Poor People Of Paris" & "Wonderful Guy"
--Georgia Gibbs - "Today I Love Everybody" and "Melancholy Baby"
--Teresa Brewer - "I Think The World Of You"
--Maria Neglia (novelty voilin act) - "Plink Plank Plunk"
--Jack Carter (stand-up comedian)
--Arthur Worsley (ventriloquist act)
--Art Todd & Dotty Todd - demonstrate multitrack tape recording
--Julius Sundman (magician)
--Trio Hoganis Acrobats (highwire act)
--Keoni Dancers (acrobatic dancers)
--Cameos: Muriel Abbott (talent agent); Gladys Robinson (artist)

10.32 [513] The Ed Sullivan Show:
04-May-1958 CBS Sun
The Chordettes, David Seville, Lillian Roth, Wayne and Shuster, Amru Sani, Helen Gallagher, Denise Darcel
--The Chordettes - "Lollipop"
--David Seville - "Witch Doctor" with chipmunks (The chipmunks are probably played by puppets)
--Lillian Roth - "How About You" & "Sing You Sinners"
--Wayne & Shuster (comedy team) - Julius Caesar sketch
--Amru Sani (singer from India) - "I Remember You"
--Carol Haney & Peter Gennaro - "On The Sunny Side of the Street"
--Denise Darcel - "Mam'selle"
--Helen Gallagher - "Something's Coming"
--Ed Townsend - "For Your Love"
--The Kims (3 men comic acrobat act)
--Gaston Palmer (French comic juggler)
--The Clementi Twins (Australian bicyclist balancing act)
--On-stage bows: Captain Zohar (Israeli pilot) & Milo Valenzuel (Kentucky Derby jockey); Bob Mathias
--Audience bows:
BPOE National Youth Leadership contest Winners;
winners of the 15th Annual National Press Photographers News Picture award; Pakistan's cricket team.

10.33 [514] The Ed Sullivan Show:
11-May-1958 CBS Sun
Eleanor Roosevelt, Connie Francis, Tony Martin
--Eleanor Roosevelt - pays tribute to Israel's 10th anniversary
--Connie Francis (singer)
--Tony Martin (singer)
--Wayne and Shuster (comedy team)
--Benny Fields and Blossom Seeley (vaudeville team)
--Al Hibbler (singer)
--Don Rondo (singer)
--Art & Dotty Todd (singer)
--Dick Contino (accordian player)
--George Givot (entertainer, show business veteran)
--The Trio Rayros (comedy tumbling act)

10.34 [515] The Ed Sullivan Show:
18-May-1958 CBS Sun
Maurice Chevalier, Sophie Tucker, Carol Lawrence, Jack E. Leonard, The Kim Sisters
--Maurice Chevalier (star of the new movie "Gigi")
--Sophie Tucker
--Carol Lawrence (of "West Side Story")
--Jack E. Leonard (comedian)
--The West Point Glee Club
--The Kim Sisters (singing trio from Korea)
--Georgie Tapps and his dancers
--The Wake Forest College majorettes, Winston-Salem, N.C.
--John Risko (plate spinner)

10.35 [516] The Ed Sullivan Show:
25-May-1958 CBS Sun
Frankie Lymon, Alan King, Hermione Gingold, Allan Drake, Althea Gibson, The Theda Sisters,
Jeanmarie Petit, Roland Petit

--Frankie Lymon (singer)
--Alan King (comedian)
--Hermione Gingold (British comedian)
--Allan Drake (comedian)
--Althea Gibson (tennis star, making her TV singing debut)
--Jeanmaire and Roland Petit (husband & wife ballet performers from France)
--The Three Edwards (Canadian balancing act)
--The Theda Sisters (European trapeze performers)

10.36 [517] The Ed Sullivan Show: Guest Hosts: Wayne and Shuster
(taking over while Ed Sullivan was at the World's Fair in Brussels)
01-Jun-1958 CBS Sun
Edie Adams, Jimmie Rodgers
--Edie Adams (singer-comedian)
--Jimmie Rodgers (singer)
--Doretta Morrow (singer)
--Sallie Blair (singer)
--Mario Del Monaco (singer)
--Jeanmarie and Roland Petit (French ballet stars)
--The Amin Brothers (Egyptian novelty act)

10.37 [518] The Ed Sullivan Show:
08-Jun-1958 CBS Sun
Della Reese, Hugh O'Brian, Alan King, Jack E. Leonard, Roberta Sherwood, Carol Haney, Peter Gennaro
--Della Reese (singer)
--Hugh O'Brian (of "Wyatt Earp")
--Alan King (comedian)
--Carol Haney and Peter Gennaro (dancers)
--Jack E. Leonard (comedian)
--Roberta Sherwood (singer, accompanied by her three sons, who play guitar, drums and trumpet.)
--Noelle Adam (dancer, star of Francoise Sagan's ballet "The Broken Date")
"King's Castle" sketch performed by Alan King and his comedy troupe: Cast:
Alan King (as the husband), Georgann Johnson (as the wife), Ruth McDevitt (as the mother-in-law),
Bernie West (as the brother-in-law), Chris Snell (as the boy)

10.38 [519] The Ed Sullivan Show: THE BRUSSELS WORLD'S FAIR
15-Jun-1958 CBS Sun
Sophia Loren, William Holden, Brigitte Bardot, The Platters, Maurice Chevalier, Mitzi Gaynor, Jacques Tati, The Nitwits
--A filmed tour of the Brussels World's Fair
--The Platters
--William Holden
--Sophia Loren
--Brigitte Bardot
--Maurice Chevalier
--Jacques Tati
--Mitzi Gaynor
--The Nitwits (British comedy troupe)
--The Bayanihan Troupe (Philippine folk dancers)

10.39 [520] The Ed Sullivan Show: 10th ANNIVERSARY SHOW (clips from past shows)
22-Jun-1958 CBS Sun
Note: The 10th Anniversary Special is made up of clips from the past
10 years of "Toast of the Town" & "The Ed Sullivan Show."
--1948 highlights: The June Taylor Girls (chorus line); Patsy Flick
--1949 highlights: First TV ice show, Carol Lynn, Ed In Fur Coat
Tries To Ice Skate, falls / Luise Rainer / Teresa Brewer's Debut /
Charles Laughton reads from the Bible / Harry Armstrong / Maude
Nugent Jerome / W. C. Handy / Bill Bojangles Robinson / Rosemary Clooney's debut
--1950 highlights: Babe Didrikson Zaharis, Margaret Truman, Perry
Como / Audience Bows: Roy Campanella, Mrs. Knute Rockne / Mayor
O'Dwyer makes Gordon Jenkins cry. / Scene from "Member Of The Wedding"
--1951 highlights: Moira Shearer, Gertrude Lawrence / Helen Hayes
Talks About. "Victoria Regina" & Theater Life / Oscar Hammerstein
Recites "The Last Time I Saw Paris Lyrics (TV's first split screen)
/ Yul Brynner, Sugar Ray Robinson Kids Sam Snead
--1952 highlights: Jackie Gleason & Art Carney; Audrey Hepburn's TV
debut / Cole Porter / Johnnie Ray's TV debut / Richard Rodgers
--1953 highlights: Walt Disney doing studio sound effects / Ed Wynn
& Tony Martin / Josh Logan / Ralph Meeker & Grace Kelly / Will Jordan mimics Ed / Ben Hogan
--1954 highlights: Jack Benny / Desi Arnaz & Lucille Ball / Darryl F. Zanuck / Victor Borge
--1955 highlights: Louis Armstrong & Robert Merrill / Edward R. Murrow / Gina Lollobrigida & Burt Lancaster
--1956 highlights: Elvis Presley / Phil Silvers / Bing Crosby /
Julie Andrews / Ricki Lane & Velvel
--1957 highlights: Gary & Ed Harmonize / Louis Armstrong / Circus Show / Jones Beach Show /
Fred Astaire / Lerner & Loewe (composers of "My Fair Lady" & "Gigi")
--1958 highlights: Ed joins the Kirby Stone Four as they sing
"Really Big Shoe" / Wayne & Shuster / Maurice Chevalier & Sophie Tucker

10.40 [521] The Ed Sullivan Show: MOISEYEV BALLET FROM MOSCOW
29-Jun-1958 CBS Sun
Newspaper description #1:
Hour-long show devoted to Moscow's famed Moiseyev dancers, with Ray Bloch and his orchestra.
Newspaper description #2:
Tonight's show should fare considerably better than last week's 10th anniversary program.
This one should be a real knock-out with the famous Moiseyev Ballet
from Russia as the singular attraction. This will mark the first
time that the frenzied folk-dancers have appeared on American TV.

10.41 [522] The Ed Sullivan Show: Program broadcast from Las Vegas:
06-Jul-1958 CBS Sun
Esther Williams, Frank Sinatra (on film), Princess Grace Kelly (on film), Carol Burnett,
The Kirby Stone Four, Professor Backwards,  Duke Lloyd, Sallie Blair
--At the Desert Inn pool, Esther Williams appears with other swimmers
(including child swimmers the "Water Babies"; Junior Champion Swimmers; Joe Monahan and Papsy Georgian).
--Kirby Stone Four sing "Lazy River."
--Sallie Blair sings "Witchcraft."
--Duke Lloyd (a.k.a. Harold Lloyd Jr.) sings "Gigi" (incomplete, interrupted by a Mercury commercial).
--Carol Burnett (comedienne) - does a routine about braces and performs a comedic version of a song.
--Professor Backwards (comedian) - stand-up monologue about Las Vegas.
--Joe Cook Jr. (comedy juggler) - tells jokes while juggling.
Also appearing:
--Jacqueline du Bief (world figure skating champion) - performs at the Stardust Casino.
--"Jumping" Joe Monahan (trampoline act)
--The Morlidor Trio (male contortionist wearing a black mask with two female assistants)
--"Miss Dixie" Elaine Herndon (wearing a tiara) - talks with Ed.
--Audience bows: William Bendix, Robert Q. (Lewis?), Wilbert Clark, and Harold Lloyd.
On film:
--Frank Sinatra visits Monte Carlo for the world premiere of his film "Kings Go Forth."
At a palace garden, Sinatra attends a tea party with Monaco's Prince Ranier, Princess Grace (Grace Kelly) and Princess Caroline.

10.42 [523] The Ed Sullivan Show: Program broadcast from the Desert Inn in Las Vegas, Nevada
13-Jul-1958 CBS Sun
Ann Blyth, The Four Preps, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Pat McCormick
--Ann Blyth (movie star) - sings "Little Girl Blue" (and possibly "My Heart Stood Still").
--The Four Preps (vocal group) - "Big Man" & "Lazy Summer Night."
--Anna Maria Alberghetti (singer-actress) - "Italian Lullaby (Fala Nona)" and "I've Got The World On A String."
--Pat McCormick (Olympic diving champion)
--Ramine (Hawaiian dancer, appeared in the movie "South Seas Adventure").
--Brascia and Tybee (dance team)
--Rickie Layne (ventriloquist)
--Bennett and Patterson (comedy team)
--Richiardi (magician)
--The Nerveless Nocks (aerial show from a 70-foot pole).

 10.43 [524] The Ed Sullivan Show: THE 5th ANNUAL ARMY TALENT SHOW
20-Jul-1958 CBS Sun
Guest Host: Teresa Brewer
Scheduled Army talent:
--Pfc. Constantine Cassolas (operatic tenor from Brooklyn, NY)
--The Second U.S. Army chrous, directed by Rinaldo Massimino
--The Circle (a country and western trio) with Sfc. Horace Burns (Knoxville, Tenn.),
Sgt. Ervin Elswick (Cromona, Ky.) and Sgt. Thomas Parker (Kannapolis, N.C.)
--The Cold Cuts with Sp-1 Ernest Calla (East Boston, Mass.), Pfc. Howard Garfin (Flushing, N.Y.),
Pfc. John Guthman (Stowe, Vt.), Pfc. Stan Kletkewicz (Philadelphia, Pa.) and Pfc. Robert Runion 0(Bluefield, W.Va.)

10.44 [525] The Ed Sullivan Show:
27-Jul-1958 CBS Sun
Ernie Kovacs, Sheb Wooley, Bobby Van, Gisele MacKenzie, Gordon MacRae
--Ernie Kovacs - conducts the Nairobi Symphony (with musicians in monkey costumes).
--Sheb Wooley - "The Purple People Eater"
--Gisele MacKenzie - "All The Way"
--Bobby Van - "Too Darn Hot" (sings and dances to song from "Kiss Me Kate")
--Gordon MacRae - medley: "Moonlight Bay," "Tea For Two," "Stranger In Paradise" and "If I Loved You"
--Paul Hampton - "Let's Fall In Love"
--George Givot (Italian comic)
--Jean Wald (orchestra made up of elderly women) - Grandma Orchestra plays 1920's medley.
--Julia Mead - impersonates Ertha Kitt, Ray Bolger, Ethel Merman
--Jimmy and Mildred Mulcay (harmonica players) - "Caravan"
--Frisco Four (barbershop quartet)
--The Goofers (comical musicians) - "Flying Blues" & "Man On the Flying Trapeze"
(musicians goofing around, on pogo sticks, doing cartwheels, one swings upside down while playing bass, etc.)

10.45 [526] The Ed Sullivan Show:
03-Aug-1958 CBS Sun
Wayne and Shuster, Dolores Gray, Margaret Tynes
--Wayne and Shuster (comedy team)
--Dolores Gray (musical-comedy star)
--Jack E. Leonard (comedian)
--Margaret Tynes (singer)
--Dieter Tasso (juggler)

10.46 [527] The Ed Sullivan Show:
10-Aug-1958 CBS Sun
guests unknown

10.47 [528] The Ed Sullivan Show:
17-Aug-1958 CBS Sun
Gregory Peck (cameo), Teresa Brewer, Carol Lawrence, Roger Williams
--Gregory Peck (cameo, introduces Judy White, burn victim)
--Teresa Brewer - "Don't Bring Lulu" and "I Wouldn't Trade The Sliver"
--Roger Williams (pianist) - "Near You"
--Domenico Modugno (Italian vocalist) - "Volare"
--Carol Lawrence & Peter Gennaro - "Shine On My Shoes"
--Shelly Berman (stand-up comedian doing jokes about life's most embarrassing moments)
--Ted Williams (makes an appeal for the Jimmy Fund, for children with cancer)
--Perez Prado - "Patricia"
--Elsa & Waldo (comedy dance routine, woman in tutu)
--Jackie Cannon (stand-up routine)
--Marquis Chimps (trained monkey/chimp act)
--Audience bows: Max Case, Harry Dekay, Emmy Wideman & Anthony Marsello, Dana Andrews, Jack Sterling

10.48 [529] The Ed Sullivan Show: Guest Hosts: Wayne and Shuster
(taking over while Ed Sullivan was in Israel)
24-Aug-1958 CBS Sun
Frankie Lymon, Georgie Kaye, Althea Gibson
--Frankie Lymon (singer)
--Georgie Kaye (comedian)
--Jean Carroll (comedian)
--Charlie Applewhite (singer)
--Ann Leonardo (singer)
--Althea Gibson (tennis champion & singer)
--Elisa Jayen (dancer)
--Janik and Arnaut (dancers, doing their "Snake Dance")

10.49 [530] The Ed Sullivan Show: AIR FORCE TALENT SHOW
Guest Host: Dick Powell (taking over while Ed Sullivan was in Israel)
31-Aug-1958 CBS Sun
--Jack E. Leonard (comedian)
--The Air Force talent consisted of winners of the Annual All Air Force Talent Contest.
(The grand finals were held in May 1958 at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi.)

10.50 [531] The Ed Sullivan Show: JOHN HARRIS'S ICE CAPADES OF 1958
Broadcast from Madison Square Garden
07-Sep-1958 CBS Sun
Johnnie Ray, Georgia Gibbs, Jane Morgan, Jill Corey, Professor Backwards
--Johnnie Ray (singer)
--Georgia Gibbs (singer)
--Jane Morgan (singer)
--Professor Backwards
--Jill Corey (singer)
--Jinx (a chimpanzee that performs on skates)
A year earlier, on 08Sep57, Ed Sullivan presented another Ice Capades show from Madison Square Garden
(which was also titled "Ice Capades of 1958").

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