Readers Comments (11)

  1. Wow !! What cool memories. Thanks for the show.

  2. It’s really cool to see Keith Richards before he died 😉

  3. I can’t explain it but it made me cry it made me laugh.Ed Sullivan was a nice guy’I remembered him and will until I die’Ed Sullivan I love you I still remember you.I was very young but those were the days.

    • I don’t think Leno even gets that sort of reaction from people. I think he’s the closest in current times. It’s not Letterman or O’Brien that are gonna still be entertaining decades after they’ve passed on. I’m a little too young for a lot of Ed Sullivan. I remember a lot more Johnny Carson.

  4. I agree with the first post, cool memories. I grew up in this time period and hardly ever watched Ed Sullivan. As a kid it bored me so I watch other stuff. Too bad. I wish had. But watching this video brings back a lot of memories. I thought the Beatles, Elvis and Ella Fitzgerald were very good. Jim Morrison was pretty good too.

  5. Kev
    Thanks for the Memories!
    P.S. Keith Richards is “dead” – He just doesn’t know it yet LOL !

    • How could you not know? You’re shaving, you wipe the steam off the mirror and look .. nope… he’s gotta know…

  6. I loved the “Ed Sullivan Show.” It had everything, comedy, singing, jugglers, trained animal acts and when the fat lady came out to sing opera mom would go make us popcorn!

    I don’t suppose there is any way to show the original “Tonight Show” with Jack Parr is there? He had some really great moments on his show. I especially liked listening to him and Oscar Levant talk about anything. Anyhow. . . Jack Parr available?

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