The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 10 Episode 28

April 6, 1958: Maurice Chevalier, Carol Burnett, Conrad Hilton, Guy Lombardo

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 06, 1958 on CBS
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April 6, 1958: Maurice Chevalier, Carol Burnett, Conrad Hilton, Guy Lombardo
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Music:
--Maurice Chevalier sings "Thank Heaven for Little Girls" and "Quai de Bercy."
--Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians perform "Everywhere You Go," "Easter Parade" and "Over and Over."
--Nell Rankin (Metropolitan Opera mezzo-soprano) sings "Pace, Pace Mio Dio."
--Betty Johnson and The Johnson Family sing a medley of religious songs ("Holy, Holy, Holy," "I Come to the Garden Alone," and "Christ the Lord is Risen Today").
Comedy:
--Carol Burnett (comedienne) - portrays different types of weather girls in a spoof of the Emmy Awards.
Also appearing:
--Regine & Andre Berny (dance team)
--The Chicago Opera Ballet (troupe of 17 dancers) perform "The Merry Widow Waltz."
--Les Marquis Markays (two acrobatic brothers) - perform balancing tricks.
--Clarence Willard (contortionist, billed as "The Man Who Grows Before Your Eyes") - appears to grow taller while on stage.
--Joe Castor (puppet act from The Lido in Paris) - a puppet paints a picture.
--Conrad Hilton (hotel magnate) recites a prayer that he wrote.
--Dr. Everett Clinchy, president of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, presents an award to Ed Sullivan.
--Audience bow: Mrs. Wendell Willkie.
--On-stage bows: Don Kerr (head of Eastman Kodak), Linley Ruddock (Boys Club of America's "boy of the year"), and Jerry Wald (movie producer).

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