The Ed Sullivan Show: Season 20, Episode 1

Episode #20.1 (11 Sep. 1966)
"Toast of the Town" Episode #20.1 (original title)

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Episode credited cast:
Himself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Himself - Singer
Franco Corelli ...
Himself - Opera Singer
Himself - Singer
Himself - Singer (as The Rolling Stones)
Himself - Singer (as The Rolling Stones)
Herself - Comedienne
Ronnie Robertson ...
Ice Skater
Rock Band
Himself - Comedian
Renata Tebaldi ...
Singer (as The Rolling Stones)
Singer (as The Rolling Stones)


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Ed's got some popular headliners for his 19th season premiere. There's Red Skelton with a monologue and pantomime act, taped specially for Sullivan, and there's a segment from "Holiday on Ice" on tape for a skill reminding us of winter. But for the rest, the show is live, with Robert Goulet singing "Impossible Dream," that great song from the stage hit "Man of La Mancha"; the Rolling Stones for the teenage crowd rocking with "Lady Jane" and "Paint It Black"; and comedienne Joan Rivers making her Sullivan Show debut. See more »


Ed Sullivan introduces Jim Henson's Muppets as "Jim Newsome's Puppets". See more »


Once I Had a Heart
Written by Roy C. Bennett and Sid Tepper
Performed by Robert Goulet
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