The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 8 Episode 12

December 11, 1955

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Dec 11, 1955 on CBS
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December 11, 1955

--Teresa Brewer - "There'll Be Some Changes" & "A Good Man Is Hard To Find"
--Sugar Ray Robinson (boxer) - Talks about his comeback & thanks Ed for his support. Robinson's manager Joe Glaser makes an appearance.
--Ed presents Lambert Trophy to Coach Olson on behalf of the University of Pittsburgh. Also on stage: Sugar Bowl Queen Dawn Aber & the co-captains.
--Judy Tyler & William Johnson - "All At Once You Love Her" (from their Broadway play "Pipe Dream")
--Joyce Grenfell (English comedian) - sings an old English folk song and does a stand-up comedy routine (with sympathetic mother talking to her teenage daughter)
--The Grenfell Dance Team (Irving Davis, Patty Stone & Beryl Kaye) dance to "Basquette"
--Wandy Tworek (comic concert violinist from Denmark)
--Mimi Benzell (opera singer) - "Autumn Leaves" (in French)
--Oberkirchen Choir sing "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen," a German carol & "Deck the Halls"
--The Three Markays (comic acrobats, contortionists with parallel bars)
Audience bows: George Meany (president of AFL/CIO) and his wife; Joan Caulfiled, Frank Ross, Donald Douglas, Jr., John S. Pillsbury & J. R. Potee, Henry & Victor Lambert; U.S. serviceman


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