The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 8 Episode 38

June 10, 1956

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jun 10, 1956 on CBS
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June 10, 1956
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Music:
--Nat King Cole sings "Somebody Loves Me" and "Dream Sonata."
--Nat King Cole (playing piano) - "Just One of Those Things."
--Joe Clay (Cajun rockabilly singer) - "Only You."
--Jacqueline Francois (French chanteuse) - "Mademoiselle de Paris."
Comedy:
--Edie Adams (singer-comedienne) - sings "Greensleeves" and does a Marilyn Monroe impersonation.
--T.C. Jones (female impersonator appearing in the upcoming "New Faces" revue) - imitates Bette Davis singing "Bill" (a song from the Broadway musical "Showboat").
--Jack Carter (comedian) - does a routine from his current Broadway show "Mr. Wonderful" and reprises bits he performed in earlier Broadway shows "Call Me Mister" and "Top Banana."
--Rickie Layne (ventriloquist with his puppet Velvel)
Also appearing:
--Carol Haney (dancer) - dances to a medley of songs from Broadway's "Pajama Game."
--Audience bows: Archie Moore (heavy weight boxer), and members of the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels squadron.
Filmed segment:
--A repeat of the animated film "A Short Vision," which was originally shown on the May 27, 1956 "Ed Sullivan Show."

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    Edie Adams

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    Joey Clay

    Joey Clay

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    T.C. Jones

    T.C. Jones

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    Jack Carter

    Jack Carter

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    Nat King Cole

    Nat King Cole

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    Carol Haney

    Carol Haney

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