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6 Ed Sullivan Shows Starring The Rolling Stones / [2 DVD]

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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 17 of their greatest hits. Also featured is a 24 page booklet featuring rare television production documents and photos of The Rolling Stones as well as a 1966 replica ticket for entry to The Ed Sullivan Show. 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 and more.

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The Ed Sullivan Show

October 25, 1964


London Lee - Comedian

Itzhak Perlman - Wieniawski's "Concerto #2 in D Minor"

Stiller and Meara - Comedy Routine

Peg Leg Bates - Tap Dancer

Laurence Harvey - "Charge of the Light Brigade"

The Rolling Stones - "Around and Around"

The Kim Sisters - "Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho"

The Berosinis - Acrobats

Phyllis Diller - Comedienne

The Rolling Stones - "Time Is On My Side"

The Ed Sullivan Show

May 2, 1965


The Rolling Stones - "The Last Time"

Topo Gigio - Topo falls in love

Morecambe and Wise - Comedy Sketch

Leslie Uggams - "My Melancholy Baby"

Gitta Morelly - Balancing Act

Dusty Springfield - "I Only Want to Be With You"

The Rolling Stones - "Little Red Rooster"

The Rolling Stones - "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love"

Tom Jones - "Watcha Gonna Do When Your Baby Leaves You"

Totie Fields - Comedienne

The Half Brothers - Jugglers

The Rolling Stones - "2120 South Michigan Avenue" under credits

The Ed Sullivan Show

February 13, 1966


The Rolling Stones - "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"

Señor Wences - Ventriloquist

Les Olympiades - Adagio Act

Eddie Schaeffer - Comedian

Hal Holbrook - Lincoln's Second Inaugural Speech

Romanian Folk Ballet - Traditional Music and Dance

The Rolling Stones - "As Tears Go By"

The Rolling Stones - "19th Nervous Breakdown"

Sandy Baron - Comedian


The Ed Sullivan Show

September 11, 1966


The Rolling Stones - "Paint It, Black"

The Muppets - Rock `n' Roll Routine

Franco Corelli and Renata Tebaldi - "Vicino a te" from Andrea Chénier

Louis Armstrong - "Cabaret"

Joan Rivers - Comedienne

Robert Goulet - "Once I Had a Heart"

Red Skelton - Comedian

The Rolling Stones - "Lady Jane"

The Rolling Stones - "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?"

The Ed Sullivan Show

January 15, 1967


Michael Bennett Dancers - Clog Dance

Flip Wilson - Comedian

Petula Clark - "Elusive Butterfly"

Petula Clark - "Color My World"

Monroe - Acrobat

The Muppets - Vaporous Pool Routine

Sisters '67 - "Kumbaya"

Alan King - Comedian

The Rolling Stones - "Ruby Tuesday"

The Rolling Stones - "Let's Spend Some Time Together"

The Ed Sullivan Show

November 23, 1969

Opening The Rolling Stones - "Gimme Shelter"

Rodney Dangerfield - Comedian

Topo Gigio - Football Routine

Ella Fitzgerald - "You Better Love Me"

Ella Fitzgerald - "Open Your Window"

Hawthorne Tiger & Horses - Animal Act

Lucho Navarro - Comedian

Robert Klein - Comedian

The Rolling Stones - "Love In Vain"

The Rolling Stones - "Honky Tonk Women" "

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Product Details

  • Actors: The Rolling Stones
  • Directors: The Rolling Stones
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: SOFA Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 1, 2011
  • Run Time: 312 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005LJTU7E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,806 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By DanyD on December 17, 2011
Format: DVD
After the great set of Ed Sullivan Shows of the Beatles featuring the four originals episodes(but slightly edited of the cigarette commercials and one performance of Mitzi Gaynor edited for whatever reason), the three originals episode of Elvis Presley with magnificiant remasterisation of the picture using VidFire that allows kinescope telerecording to be finally viewed like it was when originaly broadcast in semi video quality. Here we have the six appearances of the Rolling Stones on the Ed Sullivan Show. I don't say originals because it is not the original episodes as broadcast. All of the episodes have something missing here and there, Tom Jones original song in that episode is "It's not unusual", not "Whatcha gonna do about it" taken from another episode June 13, 1965, Dusty Springfield original song is "All Cried Out" not the badly edited second song of a medley taken from an episode of May 1964!!!. The most weird is the Franco Corelli & Renaldo Tebaldi number (replacing a Holiday on Ice segment) in the 1966 episode taken from the week after the appearance of the Rolling Stones and they are announced as such at the end of the Rolling Stones episode. I don't know if they had problems of copyrights or if the Power that Be didn't like the original show but all of the episodes missing pieces and replacing parts here and there. They should have released only their performances instead of theses patchwork of fake episodes. Not a great release by Sofa here.... But the quality is good
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By DVD Verdict on October 30, 2011
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P.S. Colbert, DVD Verdict --The half-dozen appearances the filthy five made on The Ed Sullivan Show certainly weren't the group's most revelatory television spots--only vocals were performed live, and even those were abetted by pre-recorded backing tracks--but they may have been the most important. Remember this same variety hour formally introduced The Beatles to America, effectively ushering in our second "British Invasion."

Just as they did for The Fab Four, the good folks at SOFA Entertainment have packaged the whole kit 'n caboodle of meetings between The Stones and Sullivan (easily the most ill-suited man to ever host a variety show), presenting each episode in its entirety, including commercials for Hai Karate after shave, Aerowax floor shine, "Medically Tested" Proslim reducing pills, Vivarin Stimulant Tablets, and the occasional health advisory: "If you're not taking color pictures with the new Polaroid Colorpak camera, there's something being left out of your life."

You wanna know what America looked like on a Sunday night in 1964, 1966, and 1969? This package has that and more, all brilliantly restored and as easy to navigate as a magic carpet ride.

-Full review at
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By TimJ on September 30, 2011
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This collection from The Ed Sullivan Show has the best collection of live Rolling Stones performances. This captures the Stones when they were young, raw and making name for themselves in the US. In my opinion, the best music from The Rolling Stones came in the mid to late 60s when Brian Jones was still part of the band. Really happy to see this collection available.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By LindsM on September 29, 2011
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You do not understand how long I have been waiting for this release. I remember watching many of The Stones on Sullivan performances when I was younger. I have been searching for these performances for years but they are nowhere to be found. These first few years of The Rolling Stones include some of the great songs like Satisfaction, Gimme Shelter, Lets Spend The Night Together, Lady Jane (which they stopped performing all together after Brian Jones died in 1969), Time is on My Side and so many more. Thank you to whomever is responsible for making these performaces available.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Ton on October 1, 2011
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For some reason only four of these shows were collected in a set that was released in october, but THIS is the one you will want. This is the one you can't do without if you are even remotely interested in the music of The Rolling Stones, as these are very, very fine performances of a lot of their greatest hits played and broadcasted when they were hits (or just before that), and there unfortunately is not a lot of good quality video material available from that era. You can enjoy the Stones when they themselves still had no idea that over 4 decades later they would still be the greatest band ever and, especially when you watch these shows in chronological order and in their completeness, see how they stood out between the other, most of them now highly dated performers from that era even at their first appearance in the Ed Sullivan show and grew in their confidence even more throughout that decade. It is always great to see the Stones complete with Bill Wyman and, although Ronnie Wood is by far the best replacement -even preferred by me- Brian Jones. He plays some interesting instruments here and it even might make some who don't agree with me on the Ronnie subject admire this man for filling the gap Brian left. It's wonderful to see Mick's eyes roll when he delivers the censored words "some time together" instead of "the night together", already showing how weirdly twisted and hypocritically prudish American National Television was already (something not changed in 5 decades of "progress" as we saw when a word that is also used for naming a rooster was edited out of a slightly delayed live broadcast of the World Series when the Stones performed there a few years ago).Read more ›
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