The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 17 Episode 9

November 22, 1964: Tony Bennett, Leslie Uggams, Victor Borge, Pat O'Brien

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 22, 1964 on CBS
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November 22, 1964: Tony Bennett, Leslie Uggams, Victor Borge, Pat O'Brien
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Music:
--Leslie Uggams sings "Somewhere" and a Gospel medley.
--Tony Bennett sings "I Left My Heart In San Francisco," "Moment Of Truth" and "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)?"
--The Pan Am North Stars (steel drum band) - "Voices Of Spring."
Tribute to JFK:
--Pat O'Brien (actor) recites "What Is A Little Girl?" dedicated to Caroline Kennedy.
--Victor Borge recites a tribute to JFK while pianist Leonid Hambro plays the Overture By Strauss.
--Irish Children's Choir (probably from the Christian Brothers Elementary School In New Ross, County Wexford) sing "The
Boys of Wexford" and "Kelly, the Boy from Killane."
Also appearing:
--Audience bow: Anthony Newley

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