Ed Gilbert

Ed Gilbert (born Edmund Francis Giesbert on June 29, 1931 – May 8, 1999) was an American actor, with extensive credits in both live action roles and voice work in animation, although he was better known for the latter. He is also credited, under his birth name, with research in entomology and the discovery of new beetle species.

Ed Gilbert
Born
Edmund Francis Giesbert

June 29, 1931
DiedMay 8, 1999 (aged 67)
OccupationActor, voice actor, entomologist
Years active1963–1999

Career

During the 1960s, Gilbert appeared on television series such as The Gallant Men, Combat!, The Rogues and Mannix. In 1966, he guest starred as Robert Cramer on four episodes of Ben Casey. He is well known as Fenton Hardy on the 1970s television series The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries.

He provided the voices of Superion (replacing Frank Welker), Thrust and Blitzwing in the 1984-86 seasons of The Transformers, Kissyfur's father Gus in Kissyfur, Thirty-Thirty, Sandstorm, Shaman and other voices in BraveStarr, Baloo in the Disney animated series TaleSpin, General Hawk in G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, Puggsy and Daddy Starling in Tom and Jerry: The Movie, Mr. Smee in Peter Pan and the Pirates, Phasir in the Aladdin television series, The Mandarin in the first season of Iron Man: The Animated Series and Dormammu in Spider-Man: The Animated Series. He also voiced Tigger on some albums and read-along cassettes in the early 1990s, He voiced minor characters in Batman: The Animated Series; Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero and The New Batman Adventures.

Entomology

Gilbert, under his birth name, also pursued the study of Coleoptera and described a number of beetle species and genera, such as Linsleychroma, including Linsleychroma monnei.[1][2]

Death

He died on May 8, 1999 of lung cancer. His interment was at Eternal Valley Memorial Park and Mortuary in Newhall, California.

Selected filmography

Title Year Role Notes
Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island 1998 Mr. Beeman Voice role
Yogi the Easter Bear 1994 Grand Grizzly
Guard Dog
The Pagemaster George Merry
SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron 1993-1994 Katscracth Gang Member, Enforcer Sargent, Enforcer Commando, Tiger Conklin
Batman The Animated Series 1993 Jack Haly
Tom and Jerry: The Movie 1992 Pugsy and Daddy Starling
TaleSpin 1990–1991 Baloo
The Rescuers Down Under 1990 Francois
The Little Mermaid 1989 Additional Voices
Asterix and the Big Fight Bossa Nova/Fishstix (American dub)
Scooby-Doo! and the Reluctant Werewolf 1988 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
G.I. Joe: The Movie 1987 General Hawk
Kissyfur 1986 Gus
The Transformers: The Movie Blitzwing
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero 1985–1986 General Hawk
The Transformers 1984–1987 Blitzwing, Thrust, Superion

References

  1. ^ "Ed Gilbert". TV.com. CBS Interactive.com. 8 May 2010. Retrieved 12 May 2016.
  2. ^ "Linsleychroma monnei Giesbert, 1998". Base de données Titan sur les Cerambycidés ou Longicornes (in French). Retrieved 12 May 2016.

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Preceded by
None
Voice of Blitzwing
1985-1986
Succeeded by
Bumper Robinson
1933 Saint Mary's Gaels football team

The 1933 Saint Mary's Gaels football team was an American football team that represented Saint Mary's College of California during the 1933 college football season. In their 13th season under head coach Slip Madigan, the Gaels compiled a 6–3–1 record and outscored their opponents by a combined total of 161 to 73. The Gaels' victories included a 13–6 besting of Fordham, a 22–14 victory over UCLA, and an 18–6 victory over SMU. They lost to California (13–14), USC (7–14), and Oregon (7–13).Four Gaels received honors on the 1933 All-Pacific Coast football team: halfback George Wilson (AP-1, UP-1); end Fred Canrinus (AP-2, UP-1); tackle Carl Jorgensen (AP-2, UP-1); and guard Ed Gilbert (AP-2).

1974 NHL Expansion Draft

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Aladdin (animated TV series)

Aladdin is an American animated television series produced by Walt Disney Television Animation which aired from February 6, 1994, to November 25, 1995, based on the original 1992 Disney film of the same name. The series is set after The Return of Jafar, and picked up where the installment left off.

The series was produced by Alan Zaslove and Tad Stones, who were already renowned for their work on Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers and Darkwing Duck. Many of the films' stars provided the voices of their TV counterparts, with the notable exceptions of Dan Castellaneta filling in for Robin Williams in the Genie role (like in The Return of Jafar), and Val Bettin as the Sultan (who replaced Douglas Seale after the original film). Unlike The Little Mermaid, the series does not feature any musical numbers.

The series originally aired as a preview on The Disney Channel in early 1994, and in September of that year it began airing concurrently on the syndicated The Disney Afternoon block and on Saturday mornings on CBS (prior to Disney's purchase of rival ABC). Disney Channel reran the series from 1997 until 2000. The show was shown on Toon Disney from April 1998 until December 2008.

The series was followed by Aladdin and the King of Thieves, which was released on August 13, 1996.

Anglim Gilbert Gallery

Anglim Gilbert Gallery (formerly Gallery Paule Anglim) is a contemporary art gallery founded by Paule Anglim (January 30, 1923 – April 2, 2015), which is located at 1275 Minnesota Street, San Francisco, California The gallery specializes in exhibiting works from west coast art movements.Following Paule’s passing in the spring of 2015 the gallery has been re-opened under the lead of her long-term director, Ed Gilbert, and renamed Anglim Gilbert Gallery. Anglim Gilbert Gallery’s second gallery location opened in the spring of 2016 at the Minnesota Street Project.

In May 2017, after over 35 years of exhibitions at 14 Geary Street, the gallery has consolidated its exhibition program entirely to its Minnesota Street Project location.

Baloo

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BraveStarr

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Edward Ferguson "Ed" Gilbert (born March 12, 1952 in Hamilton, Ontario) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey forward who played 166 games in the National Hockey League for the Kansas City Scouts and Pittsburgh Penguins. He would also play 29 games in the World Hockey Association for the Cincinnati Stingers.

Edward Gilbert (disambiguation)

Edward Gilbert was an American newspaper editor and California politician.

Edward Gilbert may also refer to:

Eddie Gilbert (cricketer) (1905–1978), Australian Aboriginal cricketer

Eddie Gilbert (wrestler) (1961–1995), American wrestler

Ed Gilbert (ice hockey) (born 1952), retired Canadian ice hockey forward

Edward Joseph Gilbert (born 1936), Roman Catholic Archbishop of Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Edward A. Gilbert (1854–1935), Nebraska politicianEd Gilbert may also refer to:

Ed Gilbert (1931–1999), American actor

Edmund William Gilbert (1900–1973), British social geographer

Edgar Gilbert (1923–2013), American mathematician and coding theorist

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This concept is usually applied to abstract strategy games, and especially to games with full information and no element of chance;

solving such a game may use combinatorial game theory and/or computer assistance.

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The Centurions (TV series)

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Toxic Crusaders

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