The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 16 Episode 24

March 15, 1964: Dave Clark Five, Peter O'Toole, Jack Jones, Pat O'Brien, Jackie Vernon

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 15, 1964 on CBS
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March 15, 1964: Dave Clark Five, Peter O'Toole, Jack Jones, Pat O'Brien, Jackie Vernon
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Music:
--Dave Clark Five performs "Do You Love Me," "Bits and Pieces" and "Glad All Over."
--Jack Jones sings "Rosalie" & "Call Me Irresponsible."
--Carmel Quinn sings a medley of Irish songs.
Actors:
--On tape: Peter O'Toole is interviewed and joins Ed in singing "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling."
--Pat O'Brien does dramatic recreation of Knute Rockne's inspirational speech to Notre Dame's football team.
Comedy:
--Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) talks to Ed about Irish culture.
--Jackie Vernon (comedian)
Also appearing:
--The Volantes (unicycle balancing act) - performance includes riding a unicycle in the theater aisle and playing an accordion while riding a unicycle atop a table.
--The Augspurg Jungle Wonders (trained monkey act).

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    Ed Sullivan

    Ed Sullivan

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    Ralph Paul

    Ralph Paul

    Announcer (1959-61, 1964-71)

    Art Hannes

    Art Hannes

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    Carmel Quinn

    Carmel Quinn

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    Pat O'Brian

    Pat O'Brian

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    The Volantes

    The Volantes

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    The Dave Clark Five

    The Dave Clark Five

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    Topo Gigio

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    Jack Jones

    Jack Jones

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      • Dave Clark 5 - Ed Sullivan appearances:
        --"Glad All Over" (March 8, 1964)
        --"Do You Love Me," "Bits & Pieces" & "Glad All Over" (March 15, 1964)
        --"Can't You See That She's Mine" & "Do You Love Me" (May 31, 1964)
        --"Anyway You Want It" (November 1, 1964)
        --"Everybody Knows" and "Anyway You Want It" (Feb. 14, 1965)
        --"Glad All Over," "Come Home" & "I Like It Like That" (June 20, 1965)
        --"Over And Over" & "Catch Us If You Can" (November 14, 1965)
        --"Catch Us If You Can" (December 12, 1965)
        --"Over And Over" & "At The Scene" (February 20, 1966)
        --"Catch Us If You Can" & "Try Too Hard" (April 24, 1966)
        --"Look Before You Leap" & "Please Tell Me Why" (June 12, 1966)
        --"Sittin' Here Baby" (live) and "19 Days" promo (Nov. 20, 1966)
        --"I've Got To Have A Reason" & "You Got What It Takes" (March 26, 1967)
        Supposedly, the DC5 made 18 appearances on Sullivan. The actual number was 13 appearances...with 5 repeats. (Thanks to Gary Belich for the DC5 date/song list.)

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