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Doors - History - 1965–68 - Early Television Performances
... It was not until they appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show that they gained attention on television. 17, 1967, The Doors gave a memorable performance of "Light My Fire" on The Ed Sullivan Show ... was sung out on national TV, and a furious Ed Sullivan canceled another six shows that had been planned ...
The Ed Sullivan Show
... The Ed Sullivan Show is an American TV variety show that originally ran on CBS from Sunday June 20, 1948 to Sunday June 6, 1971, and was hosted by New ... Sunday Night Movie, which ran only one season and was eventually replaced by other shows ... In 2002, The Ed Sullivan Show was ranked #15 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time ...
Charlton Heston Filmography - Television - 1949–1960
... Fe Flight" ? October 8, 1951 Lux Video Theatre "Route 19" ? October 13, 1951 Your Show of Shows "Episode October 13, 1951" Himself October 22, 1951 Studio One "Macbeth" Macbeth November 12, 1951 ...
List Of The Beatles' Live Performances - 1964
... Date City Country Venue The Beatles 1963 Christmas Shows (Continued) 1 January 1964 London England Astoria Cinema 2 January 3 ... January 4 ... January 5 ... January 6 ... January 7 ... January 8 ... January ... New York Carnegie Hall 16 February 1964 Miami, Florida The Ed Sullivan Show 23 February 1964 New York City, New York The Ed Sullivan Show Spring 1964 UK Tour 19 April 1964 London England Around The Beatles TV ...
Keely Smith - Film and Television Appearances
... appearances Year Title Role Notes 1957 Dinah Shore Chevy Show, TheThe Dinah Shore Chevy Show Self Episode 2.5 1958 Universal Special The Wildest Self Musical ...

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    What we have we prize not to the worth
    Whiles we enjoy it, but being lacked and lost,
    Why, then we rack the value, then we find
    The virtue that possession would not show us
    Whiles it was ours.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Form ever follows function.
    —Louis Henry Sullivan (1856–1924)