The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 17 Episode 13

December 20, 1964: Jack Jones, Allen and Rossi, Charlie Manna

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Dec 20, 1964 on CBS
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December 20, 1964: Jack Jones, Allen and Rossi, Charlie Manna
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Guests:
--Jack Jones - Christmas medley & "My Favorite Things."
--Jack Jones (later in show) - "Somebody Loves Me" & "You're Nobody" medley
--Allen & Rossi (comedy team) - James Bond spoof
 --Steve Rossi sings "Have You Had Any Fun?"
--Sandu and the Green Mountain Boys (might be Sandu Scott and the Scotties) - sings, does imitations including Ed Sullivan and Carol Channing (singing "Hello Dolly").
--Charlie Manna (comedian) - opera sketch, sings "Barber of Seville"
--Jesuit Priests led by Father Lawrence Madden - Religious medley
--Victor Julian (circus dog act with dogs in costume, one as Santa Claus)
--Topo Gigio (mouse puppet) - Topo's homesick during Christmas, gets phone call from Mama
--Jim Brown - talks to Ed on stage
--Audience bow: Jack Rice (high-school all-American)
--George Carl (comic pantomime)
--Audience bows: Buddy Hackett & London Lee
--The Morlidors (cortortionist act) - man in black mask with 2 female assistants

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