The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 23 Episode 4

October 11, 1970: At the State Fair (from Memphis, Tennessee)

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 11, 1970 on CBS
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October 11, 1970: At the State Fair (from Memphis, Tennessee)
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"At the State Fair" from the Mid-South State Fair in Memphis, Tennessee.
Music:
--Sonny James sings "Endlessly" and "Tennessee Waltz."
--Loretta Lynn sings "You Ain't Woman Enough" and "Coal Miner's Daughter."
--The Johnny Mann Singers - "Go Where You Wanna Go" and a medley ("Glory, Glory Hallelujah," "Dixie," "Grand Old Flag")
--Warren Pence (11-year-old banjo player)
Comedy:
--Archie Campbell - stand-up monologue
Also appearing:
--Arthur Godfrey (TV-radio personality) - arrives on horseback, then does a few horse tricks.
--David Merrifield (trapeze act) - performs stunts from a helicopter.
--The Stony Mountain Cloggers (country dancers) do a square dance/tap routine.
--Judy Ford (Miss America 1969) - does a trampoline act.
Film footage: Ed Sullivan and his wife Sylvia tour the fair.
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