The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 22 Episode 34

May 31, 1970: Al Martino, Rich Little, Julie Budd, Dana Valery, Voices of East Harlem

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 31, 1970 on CBS
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May 31, 1970: Al Martino, Rich Little, Julie Budd, Dana Valery, Voices of East Harlem
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Music:
--Al Martino sings "Can't Help Falling In Love" and "Sweet Caroline."
--Julie Budd sings "California Shoeshine Boys" (with 4 female back-up singers) and "If I Ruled the World" (solo).
--The Voices of East Harlem (choir) sing "Simple Song of Freedom" and "Shake a Life."
--Dana Valery (sister of Sergio Franchi) - "For Once in My Life" and "Let It Be."
Comedy:
--Rich Little (comedian-impressionist) - imitates various movie stars.
--Bob Lewis (comedic magician) - tells jokes while doing magic tricks.
Also appearing:
--Burger's Animals (trained animal act)
--Klaus Beckers (unicyclist, doing balancing act)
--The Muppets - Kermit the Frog, Grover, and other Muppets sing "What Kind of Fool Am I?"
--Audience bows: Clevon Little and Melba Moore (actors, both Tony Award winners for "Purlie").

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