All 6 Ed Sullivan shows [videorecording] : the Rolling Stones / producer Josh Solt ; for Sullivan productions, producer Bob Precht ; directors, Tim Kiley, John Moffitt.
- 2 of 2 copies available at Berklee College of Music.
0 current holds with 2 total copies.
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|Media Center||DVD 5099-5100 Disc 1||37684001067200||Media Center Desk||Copy hold / Volume hold||Available||-|
|Media Center||DVD 5099-5100 Disc 2||37684001067199||Annex||Copy hold / Volume hold||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 2 videodiscs (ca. 312 min.) : sd., col., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.+ 1 booklet
- Edition: Deluxe collector's ed.
- Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : SOFA Entertainment ; c2011.
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|Formatted Contents Note:||
DVD 1. Ed Sullivan show, October 25, 1964. Opening ; London Lee, comedian ; Wieniawski's Concerto #2 in D minor (Itzhak Perlman) ; Stiller and Meara comedy routine ; Peg Leg Bates, tap dancer ; Charge of the light brigade (Laurence Harvey) ; Around and around (The Rolling Stones) ; Joshua fit the battle of Jericho (The Kim Sisters) ; The Berosinis, acrobats ; Phyllis Diller, comedienne ; Time is on my side (The Rolling Stones) -- Ed Sullivan show, May 2, 1965. Opening ; The last time (The Rolling Stones) ; Topo falls in love (Topo Gigio) ; Morecambe and wise comedy sketch ; My melancholy baby (Leslie Uggams) ; Gitta Morelly balancing act ; I only want to be with you (Dusty Springfield) ; Little red rooster ; Everybody needs somebody to love (The Rolling Stones) ; Watcha gonna do when your baby leaves you (Tom Jones) ; Totie Fields, comedienne ; The Half Brothers, jugglers ; 2120 South Michigan Avenue (The Rolling Stones) -- Ed Sullivan show, February 13, 1966. Opening ; (I can't get no) Satisfaction (The Rolling Stones) ; Señor Wences, ventriloquist ; Les Olympiades adagio act ; Eddie Schaeffer, comedian ; Lincoln's second inaugural speech (Hal Holbrook) ; Traditonal music and dance (Romanian Folk Ballet) ; As tears go by ; 19th nervous breakdown (The Rolling Stones) ; Sandy Baron, comedian -- DVD 2. Ed Sullivan show, September 11, 1966. Opening ; Paint it, black (The Rolling Stones) ; Rock 'n' roll routine (The Muppets) ; Vicino a te from Andrea Chénier (Franco Corelli and Renata Tebaldi) ; Cabaret (Louis Armstrong) ; Joan Rivers, comedienne ; Once I had a heart (Robert Goulet) ; Red Skelton, comedian ; Lady Jane ; Have you seen your mother, baby, standing in the shadow? (The Rolling Stones) -- Ed Sullivan show, January 15, 1967. Opening ; Clog dance (Michael Bennett Dancers) ; Flip Wilson, comedian ; Elusive butterfly ; Color my world (Petula Clark) ; Monroe, acrobat ; Vaporous pool routine (The Muppets) ; Kumbaya (Sisters '67) ; Alan King, comedian ; Ruby Tuesday ; Let's spend the night together (The Rolling Stones) -- Ed Sullivan show, November 23, 1969. Opening ; Gimme shelter (The Rolling Stones) ; Rodney Dangerfield, comedian ; Football routine (Topo Gigio) ; You better love me ; Open your window (Ella Fitzgerald) ; Hawthorne tiger & horses animal act ; Lucho Navarro, comedian ; Robert Klein, comedian ; Love in vain ; Honky tonk women (The Rolling Stones).
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Host, Ed Sullivan; featuring the Rolling Stones.
Now fans can see the Rolling Stones as they've seldom seen them - young, edgy, and electrifying - and on their way to conquering the world. This deluxe 2-DVD collector's edition features all six Ed Sullivan Show episodes starring the Rolling Stones, who perform seventeen of their greatest hits. This is the first time these full shows have ever been released. Also included in these full episodes are performances by Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, the Muppets, Tom Jones, the orginal commercials and more.
|Target Audience Note:||
Rating: Not rated.
|System Details Note:||
DVD, NTSC, all regions; menu aspect 16:9, program aspect 4:3 pillar boxed; Dolby stereo, Dolby 5.1
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