The Ed Sullivan Show: Season 9, Episode 39

Episode #9.39 (17 Jun. 1956)
"Toast of the Town" Episode #9.39 (original title)

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Charlie Applewhite ...
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Charles Bain ...
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Hal Boyle ...
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Daniel Brown ...
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William Bruckner ...
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Gary Crosby ...
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Ertel and Scott ...
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The Field Artillery Gospel Singers ...
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Brian Field ...
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The Four Gleemen ...
Themselves
Les Garcons de Paris ...
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Richard Hayes ...
Himself
Bill Higgenbotten ...
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C'est si bon
Music by Henri Betti
Lyrics by André Hornez
English lyrics by Jerry Seelen
Performed by Les Garcons de Paris
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