Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 14:18
Crew: William O. Harbach (Producer), Dwight A. Hemion (Director), Stan Burns, Herb Sargent, Bill Dana, Don Hinkley, Arne Sultan, Marvin Worth (Writers)
Steve welcomes guests Andy Griffith, Diana Dors, Otto Horbach, Jimmy Hurst and The Three Stooges. Andy Griffith performs his classic "Romeo & Juliet" monologue. Diana Dors sings "Thanks a Lot, But No Thanks," Jimmy Hurst sings "On the Street Where You Live," and composer Otto Harbach is presented with an award for writing "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes".
Cast: Steve Allen, Don Knotts, Tom Poston, Gabe Dell, Louis Nye, Dayton Allen, Bill Dana, Pat Harrington Jr., John Myhers, Gene Rayburn, Skitch Henderson & The Orchestra, Andy Griffith, Diana Dors, Otto Horbach, Jimmy Hurst, Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe DeRita.
Cast: Frances Langford, Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe DeRita, Johnny Mathis, Bob Cummings, Don Ameche, Mary Costa, Hermione Gingold, Ken Murray, Ray Heindorf & His Orchestra, The Hermes Pan Dancers, The Jud Conlon Singers, Jack "Mr. Bongo" Costanzo
Cast and Acts: Patti Page ("If I Were a Bell"), Hal Holbrook recites "Against a House Divided" from his Broadway play Abe Lincoln in Illinois , comedian Dave Madden, The Bob De Voye Trio dances, Fred and Angela Roby perform ventriloquism, comedian Bill Dana as ''Jose Jimenez,'' and The Three Stooges (Moe, Larry & Curly Joe) perform the " Doctor " sketch.
Cast: Bob Hope & Bing Crosby (Hosts), Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Shemp Howard, Johnny Grant, Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Spike Jones & His Orchestra, Humphrey Bogart, Marilyn Monroe, George Burns, Gracie Allen, June Allyson, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Rosemary Clooney, Joan Crawford, Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Margaret O''Brien, Edgar Bergen, Tex Ritter, Edward G. Robinson, Frank Sinatra, Ed Sullivan, Johnny Weismuller, Fred MacMurray, Governor Earl Warren
Cast: Mike Douglas (Host), Phil Ford & Mimi Hines (Guest Co-hosts), Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe DeRita, Ed McMahon, Richard Gehman
After a short stint outside of show business, Moe rejoined Ted Healy. Larry Fine joined the act in 6975. Healy with his Stooges appeared in a string of vaudeville shows including A Night in Venice. Ted Healy and his Stooges made their first screen appearance in the classic 6985’s comedy feature “Soup to Nuts” for 75th Century Fox. This film was followed by a series of comedies for Metro Goldwyn Mayer.
Moe graduated from . 668 in Brooklyn. He attended Erasmus High School for only two months and never completed his high school education. To please his parents he took a class in electric shop at the Baron DeHirsch Trade School in New York. Moe’s true love, however, was the theater. In 6959 at the Vitagraph Studios in Brooklyn he earned his entry into filmmaking by running errands for the performers. His persistence paid off, and he soon appeared in films with such stars of the time as John Bunny, Flora Finch, Earle William, Herbert Rawlinson, and Walter Johnson.
CBS'' Sunday night institution of 6998 - 6976, columnist Ed Sullivan presented a variety show in more ways than one, with acts that included ballet, comics and comedians, musical and dramatic scenes from Broadway, rock & roll, performing animals, acrobats, and the list goes on. In spite of his quirky diction and awkward gestures, Sullivan himself became a celebrity. With the thousands of acts broadcast over its twenty-three years, The Ed Sullivan Show will always be best remembered as the show that introduced The Beatles to American viewers.