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VIDEO: Tony Winner Robert Morse Sings 'Best Things In Life' on MAD MEN

May 27
10:15 2014
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Two-time Tony Award winner Robert Morse showed off his vocal chops on the May 25th episode of AMC's MAD MEN.

In the episode, Jon Hamm's Don Draper hallucinates Morse's recently deceased Bert Cooper singing the musical tune, 'The Best Things in Life Are Free,' with lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy G. DeSylva and music by Ray Henderson. It was first heard in the 1930 musical Good News. Check out the clip below!

Morse has earned multiple nominations and wins for Tony, Drama Desk and Emmy awards over a period of five decades. He is well known for his appearances in musicals and plays on Broadway, as well as roles in movies and television shows.

Originally best known for his role as young 1960s New York City businessman J. Pierrepont Finch in the 1961 Broadway musical and 1967 film How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, he gained new prominence in the late 2000s for his recurring role of elder 1960s New York City businessman Bertram Cooper on the AMC television show Mad Men.

VIDEO: Tony Winner Robert Morse Sings 'Best Things In Life' on MAD MEN

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