The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 8 Episode 30

April 15, 1956

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 15, 1956 on CBS
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April 15, 1956
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Music:
--Helen Traubel (Broadway performer & opera soprano) sings "I Could Have Danced All Night" and "(Won't You Come Home) Bill Bailey?"
--The Annapolis U.S. Naval Academy Glee Club sing a few songs.
Comedy:
--Ed Gardner (comedian, "Archie" from "Duffy's Tavern") performs "Two Top Gruskin," his classic radio bit about a two-headed baseball player.
--Rickie Layne (ventriloquist with his puppet "Velvel")
Also appearing:
--Members of the 1929 Philadelphia Athletics baseball team pay tribute to their late manager, Connie Mack. This salute includes a pitch for funds to erect a statue of Connie Mack in Philadelphia's Shibe Park.
--Fred Kaps (magician from the Netherlands)
Filmed segment:
--Grace Kelly and Ralph Meeker perform "The French Lesson" via a kinescope clip from the October 18, 1953 "Toast of the Town." (A few days after the April 15, 1956 broadcast, Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier III of Monaco.)

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    Bern Bennett

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    Grace Kelly

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    Ralph Meeker

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    Helen Traubel

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