The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 13 Episode 2

October 2, 1960: Bob Newhart, Mickey Rooney, Danny Thomas, The McGuire Sisters

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 02, 1960 on CBS
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October 2, 1960: Bob Newhart, Mickey Rooney, Danny Thomas, The McGuire Sisters
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Guests:
--Bob Newhart (comedian) - does a monologue about an employee who releases all of his pent-up resentment at his retirement party.
--Mickey Rooney & Joey Foreman (comedy sketch) - Rooney plays a drunken, inept Senator interviewed by reporter Forman.
--Danny Thomas (stand-up routine: sings a little & tells jokes about marriage)
--The McGuire Sisters - "I Love You"
--The McGuire Sisters & the Kane Triplets - "Kids" (from "Bye Bye Birdie"); "Hound Dog" excerpt, "When the Saints Go Marching In" & "That Old Soft Shoe"
--Earl Grant (singer-organist) - "Old Man River" and "El Cumbanchero"
--Harvest Moon Dancers (perform various dances: the rhumba, waltz, polka, jitterbug, and the fox trot)

Audience bows: Roger Maris, Elston Howard, Whitey Ford; Bill "Moose" Skowron (of the New York Yankees); Wilma Rudolph (Olympic track star who won 3 gold metals); Marjorie Lord; Andy Griffith; Al Mingert (Mingert bows from stage).

CBS repeated this show on July 16, 1961.

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    Bern Bennett

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    Ed Sullivan

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