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Paul Gilbert - Confessions Of A Las Vegas Loser 1969

On: Sunday, March 18, 2012

Paul Gilbert
Ed MacMahon
New York City, New York, USA
Dec 27 1918 - Feb 13 1975 age 56
Official Site

Singer-actor-comedian Paul Gilbert had already had an adventurous life before he ever made it to Hollywood.
Born into a vaudevillian family, he trained with South American aerialists and traveled with the circus until a dramatic 65-foot fall ended his high-flying career, according to a 1954 article in Time magazine. He was an accomplished singer and dancer, talents frequently on display during the next few decades of TV and film work.
Gilbert, who served in the U.S. military as a fighter pilot and started on the nightclub circuit as an entertainer, made his series debut in 1954 in a half-hour show called "The Duke," a fish-out-of-water comedy that ran for 13 episodes on NBC. His other TV appearances included "The NBC Comedy Hour," "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and "Lux Video Theater" along with "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In," "The Dean Martin Comedy Hour" and "The Ed Sullivan Show."
Gilbert and his fourth wife, actress Barbara Crane, adopted Jonathan and Melissa Gilbert, who became part of the cast of '70s hit drama, "Little House on the Prairie."  He died of a stroke in 1975.  Source: LATimes

01 Let's Go To Vegas 2:22
02 Roulette Set 2:03
03 Born Loser 2:30
04 Concerto For Craps 1:21
05 Vegas Dialogue 2:58
06 Blackjack 1:47
07 Keno Mental Karate 2:15
08 The Strip 2:42
09 Baccarat 1:54
10 A Piece Of The Action 2:00
11 One Armed Bandits 1:54
12 Famous Last Words 1:54

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