This was the Big Daddy of all the variety shows. To appear on Ed Sullivan really meant something in those days. Ed had an act for everyone in the family. Singers, comedians, ballerinas, jugglars, Broadway show casts, animal acts, singing nuns, plate-spinners (don't ask)-all thrown together for your viewing pleasure. It was a big deal when your parents finally let you stay up to watch The Ed Sullivan Show because, after all, Sunday was a school night. Ed's apparent lack of a personality was a plus; the show was all about who was appearing that week. The Ed Sullivan show went off the air in 1971, a victim of changing times.
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