The Ed Sullivan Show

May 30, 1971: Ed Sullivan Show Special Edition (hosted by Jack Jones)

Season 23, Ep 26, Aired 5/30/71
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  • Episode Description
  • Ed Sullivan Show Special Edition --Jack Jones (guest host) sings "Get Together" and "If I Could Read Your Mind." --Your Father's Moustache - "Mountain Dew" and "5-Feet-Two." --Loretta Lynn - "I Wanna Be Free" and "Coal Miner's Daughter." --Jack Jones and Loretta Lynn - "Move It On Home." --The New Seekers - "Look What They've Done to My Song," "Beautiful People" and "Nickel Man." --Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara (comedy team) - routine includes parody of insurance commercials, pilot admits to being afraid to fly, a woman tells man she's pregnant, and parody of detergent commercial. Later in show, they do a routine where "Walter Cronkite" interviews the mother of a student protester. Medley (Jack Jones and guests): "La Bomba" (Charles Rodriguez), "I'm A Nut" (Loretta Lynn), instrumental song (Your Father's Moustache), "Your Song" (The New Seekers), "Do You Love Me?" (Stiller and Meara), "God Bless America" (spoken by Loretta Lynn), "What Are You Doing?" (Jack Jones), and "Those Were the Days" (entire cast).moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jack Jones

    Himself, guest host

  • Loretta Lynn

    Herself

  • Anne Meara

    Herself

  • The New Seekers

    Themselves

  • Charles Rodriguez

    Himself

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