ROBERT GOULET - CONTRACT SIGNED 06/12/1962 - HFSID 83342
ROBERT GOULET Tony and Grammy-winning singer and actor Robert Goulet signed this contract in 1962 to appear as a guest on Talent Scouts. Carbon Contract signed: "Robert Goulet" in blue ink as Performer, 2 page, 8½x11, 1 sheet, front and verso. No place, 1962 June 12.
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Tony and Grammy-winning singer and actor Robert Goulet signed this contract in 1962 to appear as a guest on Talent Scouts.
Carbon Contract signed: "Robert Goulet" in blue ink as Performer, 2 page, 8½x11, 1 sheet, front and verso. No place, 1962 June 12. "Standard AFTRA Engagement Contract For Single Television Broadcast and For Multiple Television Broadcasts Within One Calendar Week" between IMPA Productions, Ltd. and Goulet for Goulet's appearance on Talent Scouts (Show #1) to be aired on July 3, 1962. Goulet was to be paid $500 for his appearance as "Guest - Talent Scout" for the performance, which was to be taped at the CBS-TV Studio in New York City on June 25, 1962. Goulet has also written his telephone and social security numbers (blacked out on scan) beneath his signature. Also signed by a representative of IMPA Productions, Ltd. In the year he signed this contract, Goulet was also a guest on two game shows, Password and What's My Line?, and he made appearances on The Jack Paar Program, The Bell Telephone Hour and Toast of the Town (four shows). Singer/actor Goulet (1933-2007) made his Broadway debut in 1959 as Lancelot in Camelot. After his hit single What Kind of Fool Am I?, Goulet won a Grammy Award as Best New Artist in 1963. For the rest of that decade, Goulet focused on album recordings. The winner of the 1968 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical (The Happy Time), Goulet was the star of La Cage aux Folles when it won the 2005 Tony Award for Best Musical Revival. Goulet, who performed for three Presidents and at a command performance for Queen Elizabeth II, also appeared in a number of films, including I'd Rather Be Rich (1964), Atlantic City (1980), Beetlejuice (1988), The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear (1991) and Toy Story 2 (1999, singing voice of Wheezy the Penguin). He also found success in TV adaptations of musicals, including Brigadoon (1966), Carousel (1967) and Kiss Me Kate (1968), and Goulet has also appeared in made-for-TV movies and made guest appearances on TV shows ranging from Toast of the Town (1961) to The Tony Danza Show (2005). He was married to singer/actress Carol Lawrence, the second of his three wives, from 1963 until their divorce in 1981. Lightly creased with folds, horizontal fold at Goulet's signature. Thumbprint-size soiling at upper left blank margin. Staple holes at upper left margin and upper edge, three ¼-inch tears at blank area above staples. Overall, fine condition.
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