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The five Sullivan brothers were World War II sailors who, serving together on the USS
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This long-running variety series premiered on June 20, 1948 with the title Toast of the Town. (The Toast of the Town link covers the first 8 seasons of Ed Sullivan.) The series was re-titled The Ed Sullivan Show on September 25, 1955 (the beginning of the 9th season). Although the name had changed, it remained the same variety
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On board were five brothers; Albert Leo Sullivan, Francis Henry Sullivan, George Thomas Sullivan, Joseph Eugene Sullivan and Madison Abel Sullivan. Four of the brothers were killed in the initial explosion that sunk the lightly-armored , and the fifth, George, died later in the water. Rescue efforts were delayed because of the Japanese presence in the area, and only a few survivors were eventually recovered.

 

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During World War Two five Sullivan brothers from Waterloo in Iowa, U.S. were killed in action on the front line. Today the widow of one of those brothers h
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Reference to the Sullivan brothers is made in the War Department scene where General Marshall is informed of the deaths of three of the four Ryan brothers. The Sullivans were not the first group of brothers to have died at one time during wartime, but they became famous after their deaths, and are the most well-known case of multiple brothers being killed at one time in the U.S. military. Although the movie somewhat implies a change in policy or decision-making on the part of the military following the loss of the Sullivans, this is not in fact true. The plot of the movie, however, needs a reason for the Ryan brothers to have been split up, and the real-life loss of the Sullivans provides an event that justifies such an action.

The Ed Sullivan Show was an American television variety show that ran on CBS from June 20, 1948, to June 6, 1971, and was hosted by New York entertainment columnist Ed Sullivan. It was replaced in September 1971 by the CBS Sunday Night Movie.. In 2002, The Ed Sullivan Show was ranked #15 on TV Guide ' s 50 Greatest TV Shows of All …
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