(10/22/77) Appeared on the NBC "Great American Laugh-Off" Special. Filmed in San Francisco, Robin Williams did improvisational Shakespeare readings. Also impressions by Ben Power
and Jim Giovanni
, songs by Nancy Bleiweiss, satirical sketches by Duck's Breath and The Graduates (alumni of Chicago's "Second City") and monologues ...
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Marty Fromage | Sudy Nim | Ray D. Tutto | Robin Willaims
5' 7" (1.7 m)
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] This is a group that pulled off the single most surprising lead singer swap in all of rock history. Their first great frontman Peter Gabriel
decided to stop dressing like vegetables and little furry woodland creatures and went solo to shock his monkey. And instead of asking another steadily qualified singer or having a talent contest so Simon Cowell
could go, "I'm sorry, darling, you...
Wild improvised stream-of-consciousness comedy dialogue where he would do cultural references, impersonations and one-liners with rapid switching.