The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 15 Episode 33

May 19, 1963: Ann-Margret, Steve Lawrence, Kate Smith, Totie Fields, Vaughn Meader

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 19, 1963 on CBS
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May 19, 1963: Ann-Margret, Steve Lawrence, Kate Smith, Totie Fields, Vaughn Meader
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Music:
--Ann-Margret sings "Bye, Bye, Birdie" and "Baby, Won't You Please Come Home?"
--Steve Lawrence sings "The Sweetest Sounds," "Misty" and "Lazy River."
--Kate Smith - "Who Cares" & "As Long As He Needs Me."

--Gloria Bleezarde, Ronnie Hall, Carol Morley, and Ronny Whyte perform two songs from their Off-Broadway revue "New York Coloring Book." (The first song pokes fun at Kennedy's physical fitness program and the second views earth from the astronauts' capsule).

Comedy:
--Totie Fields (comedienne) - high school reunion routine.
--Vaughn Meader (comedian, in character as John F. Kennedy) - The President is visited by the IRS.
--Lucho Navarro (vocal impressionist from South America) - does various sound effects.
--Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) - answers Ed's citizenship questions, sings an Italian song, and takes a shower.

Also appearing:
--Audience bow: Julian Ching (spelling?) (student who won the Joseph Kern scholarship)moreless

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Bern Bennett

Bern Bennett

Announcer (1948-1949)

Ed Sullivan

Ed Sullivan

Host

Ralph Paul

Ralph Paul

Announcer (1959-61, 1964-71)

Art Hannes

Art Hannes

Announcer (1949-1964)

Ann-Margret

Ann-Margret

Herself

Guest Star

Frank Fontaine

Frank Fontaine

Himself

Guest Star

Vaughn Meader

Vaughn Meader

Guest

Guest Star

Steve Lawrence

Steve Lawrence

Himself

Recurring Role

Kate Smith

Kate Smith

Herself

Recurring Role

Totie Fields

Totie Fields

Herself

Recurring Role

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