Ed Sullivan's Headliners (1934)

Ed Sullivan (stiff as ever even back in 1934) hosts a stage show with different acts and has lunch with some strange folks.


Milton Schwarzwald


Sylvia Sullivan (story)


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Cast overview:
Ed Sullivan ... Himself - Newspaper Columnist
Sid Gary Sid Gary ... Himself - Vocalist (as Sid Garry)
Irene Taylor Irene Taylor ... Herself - Vocalist
Jesse Block Jesse Block ... Himself - Comedian
Eva Sully Eva Sully ... Herself - Comedienne
George Givot ... Greek Restaurant Owner
Barbara Blane ... Herself - Acrobatic Dancer
Ben Pollack ... Himself - Orchestra Leader


Ed Sullivan (stiff as ever even back in 1934) hosts a stage show with different acts and has lunch with some strange folks.

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Release Date:

2 May 1934 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Mentone #10: Ed Sullivan's Headliners See more »

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Mentone Productions See more »
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1.37 : 1
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Green Eyes
Music by Nilo Menendez (song "Aquellos ojos verdes")
Performed by Ben Pollack and His Orchestra
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Early Vaudeville Time Capsule!
8 December 2006 | by trw3332000See all my reviews

Legendary Ed Sullivan was a very popular newspaper columnist in New York in the 1930s and due to his cavorting with Broadway and Vaudeville stars, made this short for Universal Pictures. "Ed Sullivan's Headliners" (of 1934)is a great 20 minute short! Hosted by a young Ed Sullivan, we hear popular vocalist Sid Gary (Garry) see husband/wife comedy team Jesse Block and Eve Sully (by a fluke they missed out on an audition that Burns & Allen later got and the rest was history) Dialogue comedian George Givot is the owner of a Greek Restaurant who mangles the English language. Also on hand are some strange Vaudeville Acts: a diva vocalizing and a young female contortionist. This film was reissued by Realart/Universal back in the late 40s/early 50s and is believed to still be extant.

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