The Ed Sullivan Show

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The classic prime time variety show most famous for its vaudeville acts and its rock music performances.

The classic prime time variety show most famous for its vaudeville acts and its rock music performances.

Original Release

06/20/1948 on CBS

US Release

06/20/1948

Cast

Ed Sullivan Self - Host
Ed Sullivan Himself - Host
Art Hannes Announcer (voice)
Bern Bennett
Art Hannes
Ralph Paul
Frank Shuster Comedian
Johnny Wayne Comedian
Anne Meara Herself - Comedienne
Topo Gigio Italian Mouse Puppet
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Episode #24.1 Sunday, 20 September 1970
2 Episode #24.2 Sunday, 27 September 1970
3 Episode #24.3 Sunday, 04 October 1970
4 Episode #24.4 Sunday, 11 October 1970
5 Episode #24.5 Sunday, 18 October 1970
6 Episode #24.6 Sunday, 25 October 1970
7 Episode #24.7 Sunday, 01 November 1970
8 The Carpenters, Rodney Dangerfield, The Four Tops, Freda Payne, Ron Carey, Hank Williams, Jr. Sunday, 08 November 1970
9 Episode #24.9 Sunday, 15 November 1970
10 SALUTE TO RICHARD RODGERS broadcast from the Hollywood Bowl Sunday, 22 November 1970
11 Buck Owens, Joan Rivers, Norm Crosby, Dory Previn, Jim Bailey, Dick Jensen, Lahman & Barkley, Albert Lucas Sunday, 29 November 1970
12 The Grass Roots, Joey Heatherton, The Three Degrees, Pat Cooper, Scoey Mitchell, Peter Gennaro Sunday, 06 December 1970
13 Episode #24.13 Sunday, 13 December 1970
14 Episode #24.14 Sunday, 20 December 1970
15 Episode #24.15 Sunday, 27 December 1970
16 Rodney Dangerfield, John Byner, Jim Bailey, Sergio Franchi, O.C. Smith, Lana Cantrell Sunday, 03 January 1971
17 Tony Bennett, Ethel Merman, Vikki Carr, Gary Puckett, Melina Mercouri, Norm Crosby, Judy Carne, Albert Brooks, the Muppets Sunday, 10 January 1971
18 Episode #24.18 Sunday, 24 January 1971
19 Episode #24.19 Sunday, 31 January 1971
20 Episode #24.20 Sunday, 07 February 1971
21 Episode #24.21 Sunday, 21 February 1971
22 The Everly Brothers, George Carlin, Shirley Bassey, Sid Caesar, Jerry Butler, David Brenner, The Brockways, Tybee & Antonio Sunday, 28 February 1971
23 Episode #24.23 Sunday, 07 March 1971
24 Bernadette Peters, George Hamilton, Oliver, The Phil Driscoll Explosion, The Young Saints, Georgie Kaye, Skiles & Henderson Sunday, 21 March 1971
25 Melanie, David Frye, Sandler & Young, Danny Davis & the Nashville Brass, Joanna Simon, Norman Wisdom, Vic Perry, Tony Fane, Lennie Schultz Sunday, 28 March 1971
26 Special Memorial Day Edition Sunday, 30 May 1971
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Directors

John Moffitt, Robert Bleyer, John Wray, Tim Kiley, Robert Precht, Robert Klein, Robert Schwartz, Byron Paul, Clarence Schimmel, John Wray

Writers

Norman Corwin, Joe Bigelow, Robert Precht, Buddy Arnold, John Rapp, Lester A. White, Robert Mott, Lyn Duddy, Jerry Bresler

Cast

Ed Sullivan Self - Host
Ed Sullivan Himself - Host
Art Hannes Announcer (voice)
Bern Bennett
Art Hannes
Ralph Paul
Frank Shuster Comedian
Johnny Wayne Comedian
Anne Meara Herself - Comedienne
Topo Gigio Italian Mouse Puppet
Ralph Paul Himself - Announcer
The Muppets Themselves
The Ray Bloch Orchestra Themselves
Roberta Peters Self
Alan King Himself - Comedian
Totie Fields Herself
Connie Francis Herself - Singer
Marty Allen Himself - Comedian
Jack Carter Self - Comedian
Jerry Stiller Himself - Comedian

Producers

Ed Sullivan Executive Producer
Marlo Lewis Executive Producer
Robert Precht Executive Producer
Richard Lewine Executive Producer
Robert Precht Producer
Ed Sullivan Producer
Marlo Lewis Producer
Jack McGeehan Producer
Nat Hiken Producer
Robert Tamplin Producer
1959 Golden Globe Television Achievement Won
1958 Emmy Best Musical, Variety, Audience Participation or Quiz Series Nominated
1957 Emmy Best Series - One Hour or More Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Variety Series Won
1955 Emmy Best Variety Series Including Musical Variety Nominated
1954 Emmy Best Variety Program Nominated
1953 Emmy Best Variety Program Nominated
1952 Emmy Best Variety Show Nominated
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