The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 9 Episode 18

January 20, 1957: Ivory Joe Hunter, Sonny James, Fess Parker, Jill Corey; The Tarriers

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jan 20, 1957 on CBS
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January 20, 1957: Ivory Joe Hunter, Sonny James, Fess Parker, Jill Corey; The Tarriers
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Music:
--Sonny James sings "Young Love."
--Ivory Joe Hunter (playing piano) sings "Since I Met You Baby."
--Betty Johnson - "I Dreamed."
--Fess Parker (with guitar) sings "Wringle Wrangle."
--The Tarriers - "The Banana Boat Song."
--Russell Arms - "Cinco Robles."
--Jill Corey - "I Love My Baby"
--Marion Marlowe - "True Love"
--Mattiwilda Dobbs (Metropolitan Opera star) - "Summertime."

Comedy:
--Ben Blue (pantomime act) - appears in two comedy skits: A Cafe sketch with "live" lobsters and a quick change sketch portrait comes to life.

Also appearing:
--Three Markays (3-man acrobatic team, contortionists do routine on parallel bars)
--On film: Ed at annual banquet for the Indianapolis 500 auto race.
--Jo Sullivan, Marion Marlowe, Gena Rowlands, Gretchen Wildler, Julia Mead, Edith Adams, Jill Corey modelgowns from past Presidential inaugurations.
--Audience bows: Edward Mulhare (actor); John Cassevetes

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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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    Ivory Joe Hunter

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    Sonny James

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    Fess Parker

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    Jill Corey

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    Ben Blue

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