The Ed Sullivan Show

Season 10 Episode 2

September 29, 1957: Della Reese; Johnnie Ray; Burns & Allen; Ida Lupino & Howard Duff

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Sep 29, 1957 on CBS
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September 29, 1957: Della Reese; Johnnie Ray; Burns & Allen; Ida Lupino & Howard Duff
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Guests:
--Johnnie Ray (singer) - "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone.
--Della Reese (singer) - "These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)."
--George Sanders (actor) sings "Around The World In 80 Days."
--Ida Lupino and Howard Duff join Ed Sullivan to sing "Geymore," an original song written by Ida.

Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
--George Burns and Gracie Allen (comedy team) - do a comedy routine.
--Richard Hearne (comedian, England's "Mr. Pastry")
--Sally Forrest - dances to "The Man Who Got Away."
--Carla Alberghetti (singer)
--The Happy Jesters (instrumental impressionists).
--The Tropicana Girls (from Las Vegas).
--Sing Lee Sing (listed as an "equilibristic act").
--On film: The Milwaukee Braves (winners of the National League pennant).

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