The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 1 Episode 29

January 2, 1949: Rudy Vallee, Pat C. Flick, The Ravens, Irv Harmon

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jan 02, 1949 on CBS
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January 2, 1949: Rudy Vallee, Pat C. Flick, The Ravens, Irv Harmon
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Music:
--The Ravens (rhythm & blues quartet) - "My Sugar is So Refined."
--Rudy Vallee - sings "Alouette" (audience sing-a-long) and sings a medley: "Deep Night," "Kitty from Kansas City," "Main Stein Song," "I'm Just a Vagabond Lover," "If You Were the Only Girl (In the World)" and "Betty Co-Ed."
Comedy:
--Irv Harmon (comedian) - phone booth routine.
--Pat C. Flick (comedian, sitting in audience) - heckles Ed then hassles lady sitting next to him.
--Bobby Whaling and Yvette (comedic bicycle act).
Also appearing:
--Betty Jane Smith (Copa Cabana dancer) - performs a tap dance routine.
--Audience bows: George M. Cohan Jr. (son of George M. Cohan); Johnny Farrell (former US Open Golf champion); Jersey Woe Wolcott (heavy weight champion); Arthur Murray; Sydney Blackburn (actor).

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