The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 12 Episode 40

July 3, 1960: Rosemary Clooney, Phil Foster, Dave Barry, Phil Foster, The Wanderers, Happy Jesters

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jul 03, 1960 on CBS
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July 3, 1960: Rosemary Clooney, Phil Foster, Dave Barry, Phil Foster, The Wanderers, Happy Jesters
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Music:
--Rosemary Clooney sings "For You," "Bali Ha'i" and "You Do Something To Me."
--The Wanderers (doo wop vocal group) - "Gonna Live Til I Die," "Mam'selle" & "Birth Of The Blues."
Comedy:
--Dave Barry (stand-up comedian) - makes jokes about women out on the town, dieting, and a drunk driving routine (with Ed as cop).
--Phil Foster (stand-up comedian) - tells jokes about his wife.
--The Happy Jesters (comic vocal group) - "Your Cheatin' Heart" and "Heart Of My Heart."
Also appearing:
--Channing Pollock (magician/illusionist)
--The Botands (three-man balancing act)
--The Borjevas - plate spinning act, spins about 30 plates.
--Gogi Pasha (Indian illusionist with 3 assistants) - makes woman disappear.
--The Laribles (trapeze act).
--Los Churumbeles de España (singing & dancing ensemble) - 8 men sing "Ole" and are joined by a Spanish dancer.

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    Bern Bennett

    Bern Bennett

    Announcer (1948-1949)

    Ed Sullivan

    Ed Sullivan

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    Ralph Paul

    Ralph Paul

    Announcer (1959-61, 1964-71)

    Art Hannes

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    Announcer (1949-1964)

    Phil Foster

    Phil Foster

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    Guest Star

    Channing Pollock

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    The Wanderers

    The Wanderers

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    Rosemary Clooney

    Rosemary Clooney

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    Recurring Role

    Dave Barry

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    The Happy Jesters

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      • Witmike added the following:
        Channing Pollock:
        One of the smoothest magicians I have ever seen. Elegant, skillful, attractive, and quite original. My idea of the perfect Magician! A truly magnificent dove worker.
        His style was unique; he smiled only at the end of his act.
        Pollock worked the London Palladium in the late 1950's. Before he returned to the U.S., he taught his Magic Act to his driver/chauffeur. As it turned out, the chauffeur did the act almost as well as Channing. Incidently, Channing Pollock was a very good teacher of magic. He taught at the famous Chavez School of Magic in California in the early 50's which he had attended as a student. Channing had earlier been, of all things, a vacuum cleaner salesman. He was noticed by the famous New York talent agent Mark Leddy in 1954 and given the chance to first appear on Ed Sullivan's Toast of the Town show on March 7, 1954. He later appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1955 and again on July 3, 1960 when he returned from England. Magician Pollock then appeared in Las Vegas to sellout crowds. He later dabbled with a Magic Illusion Show, only to retire from Magic at the top of his game in about 1966. He was a favorite performer for birthday parties of the children of Prince Ranier and Princess Grace of Monaco. Later he started to act in films in Europe. He completed at least four films which were made in Italy and France.
        Pollock was married three times, first to Rozy who later befriended Yoko Ono and other glitterari, then to Mimi who worked as his assistent in his Magic Act and finally to a rather wealthy woman who insisted he retire from films. They later started an organic herb farm together.
        In 2000, Channing Pollock was honored by Magicians the world over by being inducted into the Magicians Hall of Fame. He is now 76 years of age but, still attends magician's gatherings.

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