The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 13 Episode 36

June 18, 1961: 13th Anniversary Show w/ Connie Francis, Al Hirt, Robert Goulet

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jun 18, 1961 on CBS
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June 18, 1961: 13th Anniversary Show w/ Connie Francis, Al Hirt, Robert Goulet
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13th Anniversary Show
Sullivan Tribute:
--Cyril Ritchard, Dorothy Louden, Marion Marlowe, Jean Carroll and Bert Lahr perform a musical tribute to Sullivan.
--Dorothy Louden, Marion Marlowe and Jean Carroll - read excerpts from critiques (reviews of Sullivan's TV series) and sing "Cryin' All the Way to the Bank."
--Bert Lahr (movie comedian) - sings "S-U-L-L-I-V-A-N."
Music:
--Connie Francis sings "Love Is Where You Find It" and "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You."
--Robert Goulet (musical-comedy star) sings "The Lamp Is Low" and does a medley of songs from 1948.
--Al Hirt (trumpeter, with his combo) performs "What's New" and "It's A Long Way to Tipperary."
Broadway:
--Eddie Foy and Susan Johnson perform "I Wouldn't Bet A Penny" (from the Broadway musical "Donnybrook.")
--Joan Fagan sings "Sez I" (also from "Donnybrook").
Comedy:
--Charlie Manna (comedian) - does a submarine routine.
Also appearing:
--Gene Littler (US Open champ) - gives a golf demonstration.
--Cameos/audience bows: Henry Crown (owner of the Empire State Building), Burt Elson (track star), Pinkus Sober, and Raymond Walber (Walker?)
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