Goulet caught the attention of American audiences in 1960 in the Lerner and Loewe musical "Camelot," starring as Sir Lancelot opposite Richard Burton and Julie Andrews on Broadway, a role that made him a star and helped launch his recording career. He went on to win a Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1962 and a Tony Award in 1968 for "The Happy Time," and he would ultimately appear in the Broadway revival of "Camelot" in 1993 -- only this time, playing the role of King Arthur.
Goulet's film credits include Beetlejuice (1988) and Naked Gun 2½ (1991). He died Oct. 30, 2007, at the age of 73.
Hollywood caricaturist Al Hirschfeld turned simple pencil-to-paper drawings into lively cartoons of some of the entertainment industry's most popular names. His unique style is easily recognizable, down to the famous hidden placement of his daughter Nina's name on every drawing. This Academy Award-nominated documentary takes a look at Hirschfeld's career and features the likenesses of Lauren Bacall, Robert Goulet, Carol Channing and more.