The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 9 Episode 32

May 5, 1957

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 05, 1957 on CBS
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May 5, 1957
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Music:
--Johnnie Ray - "All Of Me" and "Yes Tonight Josephine."
--Johnnie Ray (later in show) - medley: "Cry," "Just Walking In The Rain" and "Should I Reveal?"
--The Vagabonds (instrumental/comedy group) - "Lazy River."
--James Melton sings "Almost Like Being In Love" (with female violinists).
Broadway:
--Walter Pidgeon & Ruth Matteson - perform a scene from "The Happiest Millionaire."
Comedy:
--Dewey Pigmeat Markham (comedian) - routine: Dewey & Shorty argue about mathematics. (Boy wonder Robert Strom who won $192,000 on "$64,000 Question" joins Pigmeat & Ed Sullivan in mathematics sketch).
Also on this show:
--Boxers Sugar Ray Robinson and Gene Fulmer meet on stage.
--Walter Pidgeon joins Ed, Sugar Ray & Gene Fulmer on stage. They talk about Walter's boxing techniques. Then Ed interviews the boxers.
--Ballet sequence choreographed by Nina Novak (possiblyThe Corps de Ballet of the ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, featuring Meredith Baylis and Eugene Slavin doing the "Czardas").
--Audience bows: Abba Eban, General Burnell, Governor Lane Dwynell, Dave Condon.

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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)

Walter Pidgeon

Walter Pidgeon

Himself

Guest Star

Gene Fulmer

Gene Fulmer

Himself

Guest Star

Ruth Mayyeson

Ruth Mayyeson

Guest

Guest Star

Johnnie Ray

Johnnie Ray

Himself

Recurring Role

Sugar Ray Robinson

Sugar Ray Robinson

Himself

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The Vagabonds

The Vagabonds

Themselves

Recurring Role

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