--Sullivan displays a gift plaque followed by an audience bow by war veterans.
Commercial: Kodak cameras (introduced by Julia Meade)
--The Hi-Lads (comedy vocal quartet)
--Guy Marks (comedian, Copacabana performer)
--Ford and Reynolds (comedy team) - do a comedy routine that includes a rendition of the song "Misty"
Commercial: Eastman Kodak (with Julia Meade)
--Charles Chaplin Jr. (actor-comedian) - jokingly asks Ed Sullivan for a job, then does a comedy routine originaly done by his father.
--The Ducats (tap dancers) - five children doing a song-and-dance act.
--Professor Backwards (comedian) - stand-up comedy monologue.
--Steve Role (singer, with acoustic guitar) performs "They Call the Wind Mariah"
Commercial: Kodak movie projectors
--Count Basie and his Band perform a big band song
--Jean Carroll (female comedian)
Commercial: Eastman Kodak & Polyester fabrics.
--Dennis Day sings unknown song and "Climb Ev'ry Mountain"
Commercial for Lustre Cream Shampoo (with actress Vera Miles).
--Ed Sullivan announces next week's guests (Bert Lahr, Louis Prima & Keely Smith with Sam Butera and the Witnesses, Jack Lemmon, Billy Williams, Shari Lewis and others).
--The Hi-Lads (comedy vocal quarted) - perform a song
--Ed Sullivan ends the show by asking his audience to support the Red Cross's Chilean Disaster Relief Fund. Ed then says "Goodnight."
Scheduled guest (not mentioned on transcript):
--Chita Rivera (musical comedy star) Note: According to the TV Scout newspaper column, scheduled guest Chita Rivera dropped out of the show as she was ill.