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The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 15 Episode 4

October 21, 1962: Cliff Richard, Kate Smith, Wayne & Shuster, Rip Taylor, Dave Barry

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 21, 1962 on CBS
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October 21, 1962: Cliff Richard, Kate Smith, Wayne & Shuster, Rip Taylor, Dave Barry
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Music:
--Cliff Richard (British singer) - possibly "Living Doll" and "What Do You Know, We've Got A Show" (songs listed in a newspaper 'TV previews' column).
--Kate Smith sings "Love Is A Many Splendored Thing" and a medley ("Tenderly," "I've Got the World on a String" and "When Your Lover Has Gone").

Comedy:
--Rip Taylor (comedian) - does a routine with Ed.
--Wayne & Shuster (comedy team) - do a WWII sketch called "Dumkopfs of the Deep," about an inept U-boat commander.
--Dave Barry (comedian) - makes jokes about new model cars.

Also appearing:
--Ralph Terry (of the Yankees) is interviewed by Ed Sullivan.
--The Amazing Chan Canasta (magician) - does magic tricks.
--Captain Danion and his sea lions (aka Captain Dayan's Sea Lions) - sea lions do a balancing act
--Audience bows: Carroll Baker and Van Johnson.

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    Bern Bennett

    Bern Bennett

    Announcer (1948-1949)

    Ed Sullivan

    Ed Sullivan

    Host

    Ralph Paul

    Ralph Paul

    Announcer (1959-61, 1964-71)

    Art Hannes

    Art Hannes

    Announcer (1949-1964)

    Dave Barry

    Dave Barry

    scheduled guest

    Guest Star

    Cliff Richard

    Cliff Richard

    scheduled guest

    Guest Star

    Rip Taylor

    Rip Taylor

    scheduled guest

    Recurring Role

    Kate Smith

    Kate Smith

    scheduled guest

    Recurring Role

    Wayne and Shuster

    Wayne and Shuster

    scheduled guests

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