The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 20 Episode 8

October 29, 1967: The Cowsills, Polly Bergen, Don Ameche, Myron Cohen, Denor Wences

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 29, 1967 on CBS
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October 29, 1967: The Cowsills, Polly Bergen, Don Ameche, Myron Cohen, Denor Wences
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Music:
--The Cowsills perform "The Rain, the Park & Other Things" and a medley ("The Cruel War,"
"Monday, Monday," "Sweet Taking Guy," "Oh Lonesome Me," "Please Mr. Postman" & "Reach Out I'll Be There").
--Polly Bergen sings "Once In A Lifetime" & "What The World Needs Now."
--Peter Nero (pianist with orchestra) - "Fiddler On The Roof" medley.
--Noucha Doina (violinist with trio)
Broadway:
--Excerpts from the musical "Henry, Sweet Henry" includes Alice Playten singing "Poor Little Person," and a scene with Don Ameche.
Comedy:
--Myron Cohen (stand-up comedy)
--Lou Alexander (stand-up routine) - violence in fairy tales, problems with contact lenses, etc.
--Senor Wences (ventriloquist, with various puppets)
Also appearing:
--Peter Gennaro (choreographer) - performs a Halloween dance with 6 "witches."
--Audience bows: Paul Ford (Broadway star); Camille Bonano ("Miss Byline" beauty contest winner)

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