The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 14 Episode 39

June 10, 1962: Larry Storch, The Lettermen, Danny Lewis, Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jun 10, 1962 on CBS
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June 10, 1962: Larry Storch, The Lettermen, Danny Lewis, Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris
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Music:
--The Lettermen (vocal trio) - "How Is Julie?"
--Danny Lewis (veteran song and dance man, father of Jerry Lewis)
--Julie Wilson sings a medley of Cole Porter songs (possibly "That Old Feeling" and "Once in a Lifetime").

Comedy:
--Jerry Van Dyke (comedian performing with banjo) - performs a humorous song.
--Jackie Mason (comedian)
--Larry Storch (stand-up comedian) - impersonates John F. Kennedy.

Also appearing:
--Mickey Mantle & Roger Maris (of the New York Yankees) appear on stage with Ed Sullivan (scheduled to give tips to young baseball players).
--The Hanneford Family (equestrians, from Ringling Brothers Circus) - appear in 2 segments.
--Copenhagen dancers (circus act) - 2 blonde women do acrobatics, balancing
--Cameos: Spelling Bee champions Neddy Crawford (13-year-old) and Michael Day (14-year-old)

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