The Ed Sullivan Show

September 27, 1970: Rare Earth, Bobby Vi...

Season 24, Episode 2

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The Ed Sullivan Show - September 27, 1970: Rare Earth, Bobby Vinton, Holiday on Ice performers
Watched Aired: Sun, 1970-09-27

Show broadcast from the Baltimore Civic Center.

Music:
--Rare Earth - "I'm Losing You" & "Let the Sunshine In" (on ice w/ skaters)
--Bobby Vinton sings "It's a Long Way to Tipperary" and a medley ("London Bridge," "Knees Up Mother Brown," "Whoops-A-Daisy," "I'm A Londoner" & "The Old Bamboo")
--Bobby Vinton and Karen Wyman - "For Me and My Gal" duet
--Karen Wyman sings a medley of Edith Piaf songs ("Milord," "If You Love Me," "Love Is Like Champagne" & "La Vie En Rose")

Comedy:
--Joe Jackson (hobo clown) - rides a bike which falls apart

Holiday on Ice segments (1970 edition of ice show):
--Tommy Allen & Juanita Percelly (ice skating pair) - do a Russian production number, and skate to "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" & "I'll Never Fall In Love Again."
--Marei Langenbein and Ray Balmer (skaters doing classical and modern ballets)
--John LaDue & Alfredo Mendoza - skaters in a "Ferdinand the Bull" story
--In a production number, the Holiday on Ice Corps de Ballet do a tribute to Sonja Henie.
--Skaters perform a slapstick cop & drunk routine (pie in the face slapstick, etc.)
--A Cinderella production number
--Tommy Curtain (juggles while skating)
--Tommy Holiday (trained animal act with chimps on ice skates, dogs also perform)

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1970-09-27
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