The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 9 Episode 9

November 18, 1956: Fats Domino, Guy Mitchel, Mitzi Greenl / Elvis Presley (film clip)

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 18, 1956 on CBS
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November 18, 1956: Fats Domino, Guy Mitchel, Mitzi Greenl / Elvis Presley (film clip)
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Music:
--Fats Domino performs "Blueberry Hill."
--Guy Mitchell - "Singing the Blues."
--Don Rondo sings "Two Different Worlds."
--Mitzi Green (actress & nightclub entertainer) - reminisces about the Palace Theater, sings "Two A Day," and imitates Joe E. Lewis.
Comedy:
--Lou Nelson (song-and-dance man, comedian) - stand-up topics include smiling, laughter, and traffic regulations.
--Sid Fields (comedian) - plays mind reader "Shando" in a sketch with Ben Blue.
--Ben Blue (comedian, Charlie Chaplin-type character) - does a pantomime sketch.
--Elsa and Waldo (comic dance act) - woman in tutu pulls strings of puppet Waldo.
Also:
--Conn and Mann (tap dancing duo from the Copacabana)
--A look at the new U.S. Air Force Academy cadet uniforms designed by Cecil B. De Mille and his associates Henry Wilcoxon and John L. Jensen.
--On film: A clip from "Love Me Tender" starring Elvis Presley (in his movie debut), Debra Paget and Richard Egan.

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