The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 3 Episode 10

November 19, 1950: Sarah Vaughn; Victor Borge; Jerome Hines; Victor Moore

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 19, 1950 on CBS
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November 19, 1950: Sarah Vaughn; Victor Borge; Jerome Hines; Victor Moore
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Broadcast from The Boston Opera House.

--Sarah Vaughn sings "Tenderly."
--Victor Borge (Danish comic pianist) plays Staccato and Minuet while eating a sandwich.
--Jerome Hines (of the Metropolitan Opera) sings "Song Of The Vagabond."
--Johnny Alden (baritone) sings an Italian song.
--Victor Moore (actor) portrays Bill Jones in the courtroom scene from "Lightenin'." (Victor Moore played the role a few weeks earlier on CBS-TV's "Magnavox Theatre.")
--Partington & Kaiser (dancers) - perform the dance from "Call Me Madame."
--Gautier's Steeplechase (trained animal act) - routine include ponies jumping steeples, dogs riding ponies, and monkeys performing various tricks.
--Cameo: Jack Sharkey (boxer)
--On-stage bow: Walt Dropo (baseball player)

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