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The Ed Sullivan Show

Episode #14.31 (Season 14, Episode 31)
TV Episode | 60 min | Comedy, Music

Gene Barry and Teresa Brewer sang "Hills of Old Kentucky". Teresa sang Milord, her current single hit, and "I Wouldn't Trade the Silver in My Mother's Hair".
Producer
Robert Precht (as Bob Precht)
Status
Edit Released
Updated May 14, 1961

Release date
May 14, 1961 (United States)

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11 cast members
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Ed Sullivan
Himself - Host Himself - Host   See fewer
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Gene Barry
Himself Himself   See fewer
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Teresa Brewer
Herself - Singer Herself - Singer   See fewer
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Joe DeRita
Curly-Joe Curly-Joe   See fewer
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Larry Fine
Larry Larry   See fewer
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Pete Fountain
Jazz Combo Leader / Clarinetist (as Peter Fountain's Jazz Group) Jazz Combo Leader / Clarinetist (as Peter Fountain's Jazz Group)   See fewer
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Larry Griswold
Acrobatic Comedian Acrobatic Comedian   See fewer
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The Idlers
Folk Singers Folk Singers   See fewer
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Adam Keefe
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Richard Tucker
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