The Ed Sullivan Show

June 23, 1963: 15th Anniversary Show (with clips from past shows)

Season 15, Ep 38, Aired 6/23/63
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  • Episode Description
  • 15th Anniversary Show with clips from past shows (special 90-minute episode): --1949: Charles Laughton - soliloquy from Henry V (TV debut) --1951: Gertrude Lawrence, Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein - excerpt of "Whistle A Happy Tune" --1951: Helen Hayes - talks about "Victoria Regina" --1952: Jackie Gleason & Art Carney - Bakery Scene --1952: Cole Porter - talks about early flop --1953: Walt Disney & Ed Sullivan at Disney Studios: Walt Shows Ed how animation is done. --1954: Jack Benny gets advice from Ed Sullivan. --1955: Scenes from three movies reenacted live on stage: (1) James Cagney, Henry Fonda, Jack Lemmon perform scene from Mr. Roberts; (2) Gary Cooper, Rod Steiger do scene from "The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell"; (3) Robert Mitchum & Shelly Winters do scene from "Night of The Hunter." --1956: Phil Silvers & Bing Crosby - comedy mixup sketch --1956: Elvis Presley - "Hound Dog" --1956: Clark Gable, Ed Sullivan & Raoul Walsh - Ed goes to New Mexico to meet Clark in a ghost town where he's filming a movie. --1956: Red Skelton - doctor routine --1957: Louis Armstrong, Gary Cooper & Ed Sullivan - "Sweet Adelaide" --1957: Fred Astaire sings and dances to "That Face" (Astarie's TV debut) --1958: Maurice Chevalier & Sophie Tucker - "I Remember It Well" (from "Gigi") --1958: The Moiseyev Ballet --Jimmy Durante & Sonny King - "Love You, Love You" --1961: Robert Goulet - "If Ever I Would Leave You" --1961: Richard Burton & Julie Andrews - "How I Became King" & "What Simple Folk Do" (from "Camelot")moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Bern Bennett

    Announcer (1948-1949)

  • Ed Sullivan

    Host

  • Ralph Paul

    Announcer (1959-61, 1964-71)

  • Art Hannes

    Announcer (1949-1964)

  • Julie Andrews

    Herself, on film

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