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MARCEL MARCEAU

TELEVISION APPEARANCES

Marcel Marceau appeared on television in many countries around the world as a mime artist, actor, guest star, and documentary subject.  The list below, while comprehensive, may not be complete.  Among his many awards, Marceau received the Emmy® Award for his television work, presented in America by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Max Liebman Presents - The Maurice Chevalier Show (Dec. 4, 1955) - USA
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show (Jan. 17, 1956, Nov. 1, 1959) - USA
The Ed Sullivan Show (1956, 1958) - USA
The Red Skelton Show (1961) - USA
Gros plan sur Marcel Marceau (1962) - France
The Victor Borge Show at Lincoln Center (Feb. 25, 1963) - USA
The Red Skelton Hour (Feb. 2, 1965) - USA
Meet Marceal Marceau (1965) - USA
The Red Skelton Show - A Concert in Pantomime (1966) - USA
Bienvenue (1966) - France
The Hollywood Palace (March 12, 1966) - USA
Le monde visuel de Marcel Marceau (1967) - Denmark
Chut Marceau (1967) - France
 

Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (1968, 1969) - USA
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (recurring appearances 1970-79) - USA
Marcel Marceau Programme Omnibus (1972) - UK
A bout portant sur Marcel Marceau (1972) - France
Discorama (1972, 1974) - France
A Christmas Carol (1973) - UK (* Marceau plays all the roles)
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1973) - USA
Red Skelton's Funny Faces (1977) - USA
Invité FR3 (1978) - France
Portrait de Marcel Marceau (1980) - Broadcast in France, Germany, USA, Canada
The Magical World of Marcel Marceau (1981) - UK
Les 7 péchés capitaux (1981) - France

Other guest appearances include: The Merv Griffin Show (USA), The Mike Douglas Show (USA).

Marcel Marceau page on the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
 

 

Biography

Marceau's Stage Performance — His character Bip, his Style Pantomimes, his Mimodrames

List of Countries Toured

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Film Appearances

Video and Audio Recordings

Books by and about Marceau

Paintings, Drawings, and Lithographs

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