The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 9 Episode 34

May 19, 1957

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 19, 1957 on CBS
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Music:
--Tommy Sands sings "Teenage Crush" and "Goin' Steady."
--Rise Stevens and Julie Wilson - "Drop That Name" (song from the Broadway musical "Bells Are Ringing").
--The Glen Miller Band led by Ray McKinley - perform two songs.
Comedy:
--Judge Dewey "Pigmeat" Markham and Shorty (comedy team) - "Money" routine.
--Lou Holtz (comedian) - talks in a fake British accent.
--Georges Ulmer (comedy singer from London)
--Pepper Davis and Tony Reese (comedy team) - act out an interview with a punch drunk boxer.
Also appearing:
--The Maxwells (comedy balancers)
--Audience bows: Walter Brennan (actor), Eddie Arcaro (jockey, Preakness winner aboard horse Bold Ruler), Billy Pearson (jockey and quiz show winner), Sam Woodson (hero, rescued boy trapped in well), Edna Howard Fowler (president general the United Daughters of the Confederacy).

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Tommy Sands

Tommy Sands

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Ray McKinley

Ray McKinley

Himself

Guest Star

The Glenn Miller Orchestra

The Glenn Miller Orchestra

Themselves

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Rise Stevens

Rise Stevens

Herself

Recurring Role

Julie Wilson

Julie Wilson

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Recurring Role

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