The 4 Complete Ed Sullivan Shows

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The 4 Complete Ed Sullivan Shows

[ Universal Music DVD / 2 DVD ]

Release Date: Thursday 9 September 2010

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Rated: G - Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Act 1993Suitable for General Audiences

The Beatles' performances on The Ed Sullivan Show are nothing less than cultural milestones and some of the most beloved shows in television history.

It begins on February 9, 1964, when The Beatles stepped onto Ed Sullivan's New York stage to make their American TV debut and 73 million Americans and many more around the world tuned in to watch. This is the ultimate "where were you when…?" moment for an entire generation, kicking off the phenomenon known as BEATLEMANIA.

These are the four complete Sullivan programs that featured The Beatles' unforgettable live performances - 20 timeless songs, 7 of them Number One hits! Classic songs performed include "I Want To Hold Your Hand," "She Loves You," "Help," "Yesterday," "Twist And Shout" and "Ticket To Ride."

This new package will also feature bonus content including more landmark Ed Sullivan/Beatles moments and features all-new design and packaging elements.

Tracks:

DVD - Disc 1:
The Ed Sullivan Show, February 9, 1964
1. Ed's Opening
2. The Beatles - "All My Loving"
3. The Beatles - "Till There Was You"
4. The Beatles - "She Loves You"
5. Fred Kaps - Card and Salt Shaker Trick
6. The Cast of "Oliver!" - "I'd Do Anything For You"
7. Georgia Brown ("Oliver!") - "As Long As He Needs Me"
8. Frank Gorshin - Comedian/Impressionist
9. Terry McDermott - Olympic Athlete
10. Tessie O'Shea - Medley Of Favorite Show Tunes
11. The Beatles - "I Saw Her Standing There"
12. The Beatles - "I Want To Hold Your Hand"
13. Wells & The Four Fays - Acrobatic Physical Comedy

The Ed Sullivan Show, February 16, 1964
1. The Beatles - "She Loves You"
2. The Beatles - "This Boy"
3. The Beatles - "All My Loving"
4. Sonny Liston - Heavyweight Champion/Audience Bow
5. Joe Louis - Former Heavyweight Champion/Audience Bow
6. Allen and Rossi - Boxing Skit
7. Mitzi Gaynor - "It's Too Darn Hot"
8. Mitzi Gaynor - Medley Of Hits
9. The Nerveless Nocks - Sway Pole Routine
10. Myron Cohen - Complex Comedy Bits
11. The Beatles - "I Saw Her Standing There"
12. The Beatles - "From Me To You"
13. The Beatles - "I Want To Hold Your Hand"

BONUS MATERIAL:
-Jan. 26, 1964 - Ed mentions The Beatles will appear in February
-Feb. 2, 1964 - Ed promotes next week's debut of The Beatles
-March 1, 1964 - Ed talks about The Beatles' Miami show and Liston/Clay fights

DVD - Disc 2:
The Ed Sullivan Show, February 23, 1964
1. Ed's Opening
2. The Beatles - "Twist And Shout"
3. The Beatles - "Please Please Me"
4. Gloria Bleezarde - "Safety In Numbers"
5. Pinky & Perky - Caterpillar & Crow Routine
6. Pinky & Perky - Dog & Cow Routine
7. Morecambe & Wise - Louis XIV Sketch
8. Acker Bilk - "Acker's Lacquer"
9. Gordon & Sheila MacRae - Take-off on "The Garry Moore Show"
10. Dave Barry - Stand-Up re: His Daughter's Marriage
11. Cab Calloway - "St James Infirmary"
12. Cab Calloway - "Old Man River"
13. Morty Gunty - Comedy Stand-Up
14. The Beatles - "I Want To Hold Your Hand"

The Ed Sullivan Show, September 12, 1965
1. Ed's Opening
2. Soupy Sales - Reminisces With Ed
3. Cilla Black - "September In The Rain"
4. Fantasio - Sleight-Of-Hand Artist
5. The Beatles - "I Feel Fine"
6. The Beatles - "I'm Down"
7. The Beatles - "Act Naturally"
8. Allen & Rossi - "Try To Remember"
9. Cilla Black - "Goin' Out Of My Head"
10. Soupy Sales - "The Mouse"
11. The Beatles - "Ticket To Ride"
12. The Beatles - "Yesterday"
13. The Beatles - "Help!"

BONUS MATERIAL:
-April 26, 1964 - Ed talks about "A Hard Day's Night"
-May 24, 1964 - Ed interviews The Beatles in London
-Oct. 4, 1964 - Ed and Topo Gigio
-Oct. 31, 1965 - Ed tells the audience The Beatles have been awarded MBE titles by Queen Elizabeth II
-May 29, 1966 - Ed mentions The Beatles will appear next week
-July 17, 1966 - Ed introduces a commercial featuring Beatle dolls
-Nov. 26, 1967 - Ed receives a telegram from The Beatles