The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 22 Episode 28

April 12, 1970: Florence Henderson, Joan Rivers, Shirley Booth, Sergio Franchi

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 12, 1970 on CBS
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April 12, 1970: Florence Henderson, Joan Rivers, Shirley Booth, Sergio Franchi
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Music:
--Florence Henderson (actress) sings "What Do You Do When Love Dies?" and "Song of Norway" medley.
--Sergio Franchi sings "More Than Strangers" and "L-O-V-E."
--The Young Saints perform "Your Love" and "Tenderly."
Broadway:
--Shirley Booth and Al Freeman Jr. perform "Follow the Lamb" from the musical version of "Lillies of the Field."
Comedy:
--Joan Rivers (comedian) - topics include current fashions, doing housework, etc.
--Myron Cohen (comedian)
--The Muppets - puppet rock band mimes to the Beatles' "Come Together."
Also appearing:
--Satani Demon (fire-eater wearing a devil costume)
--Albert Almoznino - does hand puppets of Ben Gurion, Stalin, Kruschev, Charles De Gaulle, Kennedy, and Richard Nixon.
--Audience bows: Judy Carne (from "Laugh-In"), George Sholty (trotting horse driver)
--Cameo: Lewis J. Stadlen (dressed as Groucho Marx) interrupts Ed at the beginning of the show.
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