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Season 10 Episode 25

March 16, 1958: St. Patrick's Day Show

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 16, 1958 on CBS
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March 16, 1958: St. Patrick's Day Show
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1958 St. Patrick's Day Show
Music:
--Mickey Shaughnessy (actor) sings "Danny Boy."
--The Friendly Sons Of St. Patrick - "Eileen Alanna Asthore" and "O'Donnell Abu."
--Darryl Stewart (Australian singer) - "When Irish Eyes are Smiling."
--Eddy Manson & His Harmonica Group - "The Orange and The Green," "The Rose Of Tralee," "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" and "The Irish Washerwoman."
Broadway:
--Peter Lind Hayes, Mary Healy, and Ray Walston perform the opening scene from the comedy "Who Was That Lady I Saw You With?"
Comedy:
--Myron Cohen (story-telling comedian)
--Sue Carson sings "I Do" while telling humorous stories.
Also appearing:
--Jesse Owens is presented with a Championship Performance Award (as an outstanding athlete of the 1930-45 era.)
--The McNiff Irish Dancers - Irish step dancing.
--Martin Granger Marionettes
--The Mascots (acrobatic balancing act)
--Championship Pee Wee Leprechaun Junior hockey team from Lucan, Ontario, Canada.
--Cameos: Mitzi Gaynor, Pier Angeli, Carol Heiss (ice-skater), Maureen O'Hara and Mary Healy are introduced by Ed Sullivan at the beginning of this show.

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