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Robert Goulet

1933-11-26 Lawrence, Massachusetts, U.S.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Robert Gerard Goulet (November 26, 1933 – October 30, 2007) was a Canadian American entertainer. He rose to international stardom in 1960 as Lancelot in Lerner and Loewe's hit Broadway musical Camelot. His long career as a singer and actor encompassed theatre, radio, television and film. Description above from the Wikipedia article Robert Goulet, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age Self 2021-08-14
Bing Crosby: The Television Specials Volume 2 – The Christmas Specials Himself 2010-11-09
Broadway's Lost Treasures III: The Best of The Tony Awards Host / Himself (segment "Rose-Marie") / Jacques Bonnard (segment "The Happy Time") 2005-08-07
Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There Self 2003-01-01
Jack Paar: Smart Television Self 2003-11-29
Recess: School's Out Mikey's Singing Voice (voice) 2001-01-27
My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs Self 2001-03-06
The Last Producer Henry Moore 2000-08-22
G-Men from Hell The Devil 2000-12-07
Mr. Wrong Dick Braxton 1996-02-16
Based on an Untrue Story Remo 1993-09-20
The Please Watch the Jon Lovitz Special Himself 1992-05-17
The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear Quentin Hapsburg 1991-06-28
The Magic of Bing Crosby Himself (archive footage) 1991-10-29
Richard Lewis: I'm Doomed 1990-07-07
WWE WrestleMania VI Himself 1990-04-01
Beetlejuice Maxie Dean 1988-03-30
Scrooged Himself 1988-11-22
A Special Lady Himself 1980-07-01
Atlantic City Singer 1980-09-03
The Couple Takes a Wife Randy Perkins 1972-12-05
Bing Crosby and the Sounds of Christmas Himself 1971-12-14
Underground Dawson 1970-10-07
Carousel Billy Bigelow 1967-05-07
Kismet Host 1967-10-24
I Deal In Danger David March 1966-12-01
Brigadoon Tommy Albright 1966-10-15
I'd Rather Be Rich Paul Benton 1964-08-25
Honeymoon Hotel Ross Kingsley 1964-06-03
Judy Garland, Robert Goulet & Phil Silvers Special 1963-03-19
The Broadway of Lerner and Loewe Himself 1962-02-11
Gay Purr-ee Jaune-Tom (voice) 1962-10-24