The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 22 Episode 10

November 30, 1969: Neil Diamond, Julie Budd, Sergio Franchi, Irwin C. Watson

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 30, 1969 on CBS
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November 30, 1969: Neil Diamond, Julie Budd, Sergio Franchi, Irwin C. Watson
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Music:
--Neil Diamond - "Sweet Caroline" & "Holly Holy."
--Julie Budd (15 year old singer) - "Skylark"
--Sergio Franchi sings "Stay" & " Granada" (both songs in English & Italian).
--Voices Of East Harlem (led by Bernice Cole) - medley including "For What It's Worth" (Gospel style singing).
Comedy:
--Pat Henry - stand-up topics include New York, marriage, and health.
--Irwin C. Watson - stand-up monologue topics include old sayings, the Moon, and Indians.
--The Muppets (2 singing cows & 1 hairy creature sing the "Ma-Na-Ma-Na" song)
Also appearing:
--Martin Brothers (jugglers from Argentina)
--Audience bows: Toots Shore & Bob Considine (with their wives), Wayne Zahn (bowling champ), and Raymond A. Gallagher (VFW Commander-In-Chief).
Filmed segments: (1) A scene from "A Boy Named Charlie Brown"; baseball sketch from Broadway play (2) Prior to Sergio Franchi's performance, Ed shows footage of himself and Sergio in an Italian village passing wine bottles to others in a long line.
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