The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 17 Episode 38

June 20, 1965: Cab Calloway, Dave Clark Five, Juliet Prowse, Soupy Sales

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jun 20, 1965 on CBS

Episode Recap

--Start of show, with mention of sponsors.

--Commercial: Kent Cigarettes

--On film: Ed chats with Burt Lancaster at the Hollywood premiere party for "The Hallelujah Trail."

--Soupy Sales (comedian) - performs "Joe's Bake Shop" routine.

--Ed Sullivan reads a telegram congratulating him on his show's 17th Anniversary.

--Cab Calloway sings "It Ain't Necessarily So" and "There's a Boat Leaving Soon for New York."

--Ed reads another congratulatory telegram, this one from U Thant, the Secretary General of the U.N.

--Commercial: Kent Cigarettes

--Arthur Haynes (British comedian) - does a routine about the "Duel of Honor" between British soldiers stationed in India.

--Commercial: Pillsbury

--The Malmo Girls (16 gymnasts from Sweeden) - females performing dance and gymnastic routine

--Audience bow: Princess Christina of Sweden

--Totie Fields (comedian) - talks about her high school reunion

--Commercial: Wisk

--Soupy Sales sings Turkish song "Pachalafaka" ("I Love You") to Ed (in drag)

--Juliet Prowse (dancer, in a modern dance routine) - dances to "Sometimes I'm Happy" (begins as a solo dance, then is joined by Hugh Lambert, the show's choreographer).

--Commercial: Lipton Tea

--Elizabeth & Collins (knife throwers)

--The Dave Clark Five - "Glad All Over," "Come Home" & "I Like It Like That."

--Commercial: Anacin

--Show closing with Ed's goodnight and mention of sponsors Lipton Tea & Kent. Closing credits with footage of the Malmo Girls from earlier in show.