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    RIP Robert Guillaume

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    Re: RIP Robert Guillaume

    RIP Robert Guillaume. I always enjoyed his show, Benson. It was one of my staple shows I watched very week during my younger years.
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    Re: RIP Robert Guillaume

    Now I finally feel old.

    Benson was great.
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    -- Joseph Daniel Votto 7/10/2017

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    Re: RIP Robert Guillaume

    Guillaume was first a big Broadway star. In 1976, he starred in an all Black production of Guys and Dolls that is still my favorite version of the show. A much bigger talent than most TV fans realized.
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    Re: RIP Robert Guillaume

    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    Guillaume was first a big Broadway star. In 1976, he starred in an all Black production of Guys and Dolls that is still my favorite version of the show. A much bigger talent than most TV fans realized.
    I loved the Benson sit com but he was also a very talented baritone. I saw him live at the Cincinnati Pops

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    Re: RIP Robert Guillaume

    Benson was a spin-off of Soap, and far more successful.

    He was also in Sports Night.
    "There was like a softness to it, a glow to it. I felt... I felt warm."

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    Re: RIP Robert Guillaume

    Gov. Gatling lived to 94 and Lt. Gov. Dubois made it to 89. Pretty good run for that ticket.
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