The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 22 Episode 11

December 7, 1969: 5th Dimension, Imogene Coca, Ferrante & Teicher, Richard Tucker

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Dec 07, 1969 on CBS
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December 7, 1969: 5th Dimension, Imogene Coca, Ferrante & Teicher, Richard Tucker
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Music:
--The 5th Dimension sing "Wedding Bell Blues" and a medley ("People Got to Be Free" & musical version of the Declaration of Independence).
--The 5th Dimension sing "Happy Birthday" to Rudolph Friml (the oldest member of ASCAP).
--Ferrante & Teicher (two pianists) - theme from "Midnight Cowboy."
--Tony Sandler & Ralph Young - "Put On A Happy Face" & "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)."
--Richard Tucker (Metropolitan tenor wearing clown suit) - sings the aria from the opera "Pagliacci."
Comedy:
--Imogene Coca - in a comedy routine, plays a shopper who is forced into Hippie garb by an aggressive sales woman.
--Ron Carey (stand-up routine) - topic: Catholic football team.
Also appearing:
--Burch Mann's Ballet America (twelve dancers)
--Feller Brothers & Dodo (high wire act from West Berlin)
--Audience bows: Irene Papas, Yves Montand, Irving Rudd & Mrs. Bob Gibson, and a group of wounded Vietnam veterans.
CBS repeated this show on August 2, 1970.
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    Bern Bennett

    Bern Bennett

    Announcer (1948-1949)

    Ed Sullivan

    Ed Sullivan

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    Ralph Paul

    Ralph Paul

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    Art Hannes

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    Ferrante and Teicher

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    Richard Tucker

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    Imogene Coca

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    5th Dimension

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    Ralph Young

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