The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 13 Episode 11

December 18, 1960: Mahalia Jackson, Roger Williams, Jack Carter, Hal March, The Limeliters, Phil Ford & Mimi Hines

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Dec 18, 1960 on CBS
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December 18, 1960: Mahalia Jackson, Roger Williams, Jack Carter, Hal March, The Limeliters, Phil Ford & Mimi Hines
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Music:
--Roger Williams (pianist) - "Flight Of the Bumblebee" & "O Come All Ye Faithful."
--Mahalia Jackson sings "Sweet Little Jesus Boy" and "By His Word."
--The Limeliters (folk singers) - "There's A Meeting Here Tonight" & When I Came To This Land" (with solo by Glenn Yarborough).
--Trude Adams (sings to a puppet) - "Look Where You're Going."
--Roger Williams, and other guests, join Ed Sullivan for "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town."
Comedy:
--Hal March & Tom D' Andrea (former comedy team, reunited) - Army skit: two pals discuss their lives in the service.
--Jack Carter (stand-up comedian) - tells jokes about show business & society.
--Coco The Chimp (Chimp act) - Chimp in army uniform performs military stances.
--Phil Ford & Mimi Hines (husband & wife comedy team) - play a British couple, Reggie & Cynthia, then sing "Wherever We Go."

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    Bern Bennett

    Bern Bennett

    Announcer (1948-1949)

    Ed Sullivan

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    Ralph Paul

    Ralph Paul

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    Art Hannes

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    Announcer (1949-1964)

    Tom D'Andrea

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    Mimi Hines

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    The Limeliters

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    Trude Adams

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    Jack Carter

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