The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 3 Episode 8

November 5, 1950: The Nat King Cole Trio; Buster Keaton; Nanette Fabray; Milton Berle

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 05, 1950 on CBS
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November 5, 1950: The Nat King Cole Trio; Buster Keaton; Nanette Fabray; Milton Berle
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Guests:
--The Nat King Cole Trio performs "Orange-Colored Sky" and, later in show,"Calypso" (both production numbers with dancers).
--Buster Keaton (silent era movie comedian) - does a pantomime fishing sketch.
--Nanette Fabray sings "On A Sunday By The Sea" from her Broadway musical "High Button Shoes."
--Milton Berle (comedian) - stand-up routine.
--Leonard Sues plays "Blue Skies" on trumpet, then attempts a duet with Milton Berle.
--Rosella Hightower and Andre Eglevsky (of the American Ballet) perform the 'Nutcracker' pas de deux.
--Audience bow: Monsignor Wagner (of Boy's Town)
--The Boys Town Choir - perform a song.
--Montes de Oca (trampoline act) - performs a head-to-hand balancing act.

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