The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 13 Episode 32

May 21, 1961: From the Stardust Hotel in Las Vegas - Jerry Lewis, Phil Harris, The Jubilee Four, Mac Ronay

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 21, 1961 on CBS
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May 21, 1961: From the Stardust Hotel in Las Vegas - Jerry Lewis, Phil Harris, The Jubilee Four, Mac Ronay
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Broadcast from the Stardust Hotel in Las Vegas.
Music:
--Sandy Stewart sings "Some of These Days."
--Phil Harris sings "Preacher and the Bear" and "Old Master Painter."
--Phil Harris and The Jubilee Four (gospel quartet) sing "Old Time Religion."
Comedy:
--Jerry Lewis - following an audience bow, Lewis runs on stage and does a comedy routine with Ed. He then does a stand-up monologue about folk singers, rock 'n' roll music, and his son Gary Lewis. Jerry closes the routine by singing an Al Jolson medley.
--Mac Ronay (French mime-magician) - does tricks with various props (including a rope, a lit candle, etc.)
Also appearing:
--Tyrolean Slap Dancers (Austrian dancers) - 8 men dressed in lederhosen slap their legs and feet, then slap each other. Segment opens with 8 female dancers, possibly the Don Arden Dancers.
--Rudy Cardenas (juggler from Mexico)
--Michelle & Michael (arial artists) - from a helicopter, the duo perform a high wire act over a huge pool outside the Desert Inn.
--Lilly Yokoi (Japanese-American cyclist) - woman does a balancing act on a bike.
--Audience bows: Jack Benny; The Crosby Brothers (Phillip, Lindsay and Dennis).

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Bern Bennett

Bern Bennett

Announcer (1948-1949)

Ed Sullivan

Ed Sullivan

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Ralph Paul

Ralph Paul

Announcer (1959-61, 1964-71)

Art Hannes

Art Hannes

Announcer (1949-1964)

Phil Harris

Phil Harris

Himself

Guest Star

The Jubilee Four

The Jubilee Four

Themselves

Guest Star

Jerry Lewis

Jerry Lewis

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Guest Star

Jack Benny

Jack Benny

Himself, audience bow

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The Crosby Brothers

The Crosby Brothers

Themselves, audience bows

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Mac Ronay

Mac Ronay

Himself

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