The Ed Sullivan Show

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In February 1964, The Beatles made their TV debut on the Ed Sullivan Show, catching the attention of Bob Eubanks. Wink Martindale catches up with Eubanks in an interview from 1977 about The Beatles playing the Hollywood Bowl. x000D x000D He discusses having second thoughts about booking them for the concert and then selling out in 3.5 hours. He explains how increasingly more difficult it became over the years to sneak The Beatles out of the venue.

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Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara began performing together in coffehouses in Greenwich Village in the 1960's, and then as frequent guests on The Ed Sullivan Show. They based their standup characters on exaggerated vrsions of themselves, especially in the irrepressible commercials for Blue Nun wine. Offstage they raised two children, Amy and Ben. After years of memorable work on stage and in radio, television, and films, Jerry Stiller found himself wondering what had happened to his once-flourishing career.

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All Star Jazz Show: Live From The Ed Sullivan Theater

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Brooke Halpin became an instant Beatles fanatic when he saw them perform on the Ed Sullivan show on February 9, 1964. Captivated with The Beatles and their music, he performed Beatle songs with several successful bands at venues in New York and New Englan

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Get an inside view of The Ed Sullivan Show and the unusual story of one of the most unlikely television stars in the history of the medium. Sullivan's shows were unique in their variety, spontaneity, and the fact that Sullivan insisted they be live. In this book Bernie Ilson, the Sullivan show's P.R. man for eight years, takes us on a trip down memory lane to revisit one of the most popular shows in television history.

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Six months after their triumphant first U.S. visit in February, 1964 which included their live American television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show The Beatles returned to the States for their first full-fledged North American tour. Starting on August 19, 1964 in San Francisco, they traversed the country. Playing to a half-million fans, breaking attendance records and causing mass hysteria wherever they appeared.

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The Best of the Supremes on the Ed Sullivan Show

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Two cataclysmic events occur on February 9, 1964. The Beatles appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show" and later that night, nine-year-old Jane MacLeod's life changes forever. It has been said that children are good observers but poor interpreters. Jane's interpr

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Just as electrifying as the Beatles or Elvis on Ed's hit variety show, the Stones made 4 appearances on the show and sang about every major hit they had in the '60s. These shows encompass a dozen hits plus many other special guests and even the original commercials. It's the perfect blast from the past for Stones fans, Ed Sullivan fans and fans of 1960s' entertainment.

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The whole of the Beatles' amazing TV career is covered here - from their earliest appearances on "Thank Your Lucky Stars " and "The Ed Sullivan Show" to their live performance of "All You Need Is Love" in front of the biggest ever audience in television history. This book shows how the Fab Four swept away the media conventions of an earlier era and replaced them with their own brand of humor.

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Real Johnson is about to start Yale University in the fall of 1963. This is the beginning of a humorous journey dealing with everything from admission interviews, SAT test, buying a wardrobe, roommates, drugs, drinking, cheating, honor codes, and true love during a very interesting period in our history. As per Bob Dylan "The times they are a changing" This was evident with the three biggest events of that school year, the assassination of John Kennedy, the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show, and Cassius Clay winning the heavyweight crown by knocking out Sonny Liston.

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In 1958, Jerome Robbins' "ballet in sneakers," NY Export: Opus Jazz, became a smash hit when it was broadcast on The Ed Sullivan Show and toured around the world. Shot on location on New York City and featuring an ensemble cast of New York City Ballet dancers, NY Export: Opus Jazz re-imagines the original ballet for a whole new generation.

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Fine in fine dust jacket. Glued binding. Paper over boards. With dust jacket. 344 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. 1st printing 2006 with DJ. Book is LIKE NEW. No marks or writing. DJ shows light wear

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(Book). The Beatles' North American tours turned the entertainment business on its ear and forever changed the landscape of the concert touring industry. In February 1964, after finally achieving a number-one hit in America, the Fab Four came to the country with high hopes, performing on the wildly popular Ed Sullivan Show in both New York City and Miami and playing concerts at Carnegie Hall and the Washington Coliseum.

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(Book). The Beatles' North American tours turned the entertainment business on its ear and forever changed the landscape of the concert touring industry. In February 1964, after finally achieving a number-one hit in America, the Fab Four came to the country with high hopes, performing on the wildly popular Ed Sullivan Show in both New York City and Miami and playing concerts at Carnegie Hall and the Washington Coliseum.

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The Ed Sullivan Show sent millions racing to the record stores after a band performed there. Perhaps you've seen some of these performances by the electrifying young Rolling Stones, but this set brings you all six full episodes starring the Stones with Dusty Springfield, Tom Jones, Louis Armstrong and others plus original commercials. A 24-page booklet features rare television production documents and photos of the band as well as a 1966 replica ticket for entry to The Ed Sullivan Show.

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We woke up with a bowl of cereal to Captain Kangaroo and Mr. Green Jeans on the Motorola and were to bed with a transistor radio on out pillow after the Ed Sullivan Show and Gunsmoke. In between we played hop scotch, marbles and jumped roped. We rolle

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Rory McEwen strummed his way onto the Ed Sullivan show, sat in on a sitar session with George Harrison and Ravi Shankar, and was a leader in the post-war folksong revival. Yet arguably his greatest legacy was not in the field of musicâ a talented, precise artist, McEwen revolutionized the field of botanical art. McEwen developed a distinctive style working on unadorned vellum, presenting botanical subject matter with scientific precision and artistic flair, without ever compromising one for the other.

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