The Ed Sullivan Show

November 1, 1970: Richard Pryor, Bobbie ...

Season 24, Episode 7

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The Ed Sullivan Show - November 1, 1970: Richard Pryor, Bobbie Gentry, Melba Moore, Roy Clark
Watched Aired: Sun, 1970-11-01

Music:
--Bobbie Gentry sings "I Want You Back," "Benjamin" and "Your Number One Fan."
--Roy Clark - "Thank God and Greyhound, You're Gone" and "Malaguena."
--Melba Moore - "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother."

"Purlie" Broadway cast:
--Melba Moore sings "Purlie."
--"Purlie" Broadway cast (without Melba Moore) - "Walk Him Up the Stairs" production number.

Comedy:
--Richard Pryor - talks about growing up in the inner city.
--Stanley Myron Handelman (comedian) - topics include his "no neck" friend.
--Fenella Fielding (singer-comedian) sings "Don't Let Me Down."

Audience bows: Ben Gross (newsman), Tom-Tom Moore (hero, caught a falling baby), and Harry Hirschfield.

CBS repeated this show on April 25, 1971.

Source: tv.com
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Played by Ed Sullivan in 698 episodes.
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Played by Bern Bennett in 649 episodes.
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Played by Richard Pryor in 14 episodes.
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Played by Bobbie Gentry in 4 episodes.
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Played by Melba Moore in 2 episodes.
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Played by Roy Clark in 2 episodes.
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Played by Fenella Fielding in 1 episode.
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