“After the 'Camelot' triumph, Mr. Goulet was called the next great matinee idol. Judy Garland described him as a living 8-by-10 glossy. He was swamped with offers to do movies, television shows and nightclub engagements. Few articles failed to mention his blue bedroom eyes, and many female fans tossed him room keys during performances. His hit song from 'Camelot,' 'If Ever I Would Leave You,' remains a romantic standard.
“'Something in his voice evokes old times and romance,' Alex Witchel wrote in The New York Times Magazine in 1993. 'He makes you remember corsages.'”
-- “Robert Goulet, the Suave Baritone, Is Dead at 73”
Here is that hit song, and that voice:
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