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  Reply # 1106986 12-Aug-2014 12:05
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I am just sitting here with my mouth open. I am lost for words to adequately... Just wow.

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  Reply # 1107003 12-Aug-2014 12:21
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davidcole: I just finished watching the "The Crazy Ones" episode which him, where the actress that played Mindy was his new girlfriend.


That one's on the to-do list. It just moved right to the top.




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  Reply # 1107008 12-Aug-2014 12:25
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RIP Robin, you will be sadly missed.

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  Reply # 1107019 12-Aug-2014 12:48
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We watched Mork and Mindy the other weekend, so funny.  Our daughter (17) couldn't work out why her mother and I were laughing so much.
Classic.

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I'm so shocked and sad about his passing :( No other actor has ever let me experience such a wide range of emotions, from the sadness of Good Morning Vietnam, the inspiration of Dead Poets Society to hysteric laughter every time I see the Genie in Aladdin. Farewell, Mr. Williams. You will be missed.




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I didnt like him in Mork and Mindy but Mrs Doubtfire, Jumanji and Dead Poets Society plus others I cant think of off hand were great.  Wasnt impressed with RV.  The one I liked best of all was him in Dead Poets society.   He was a great actor and will be missed




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  Reply # 1107072 12-Aug-2014 14:23
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It just goes to show that no matter how famous, popular, wealthy you are, depression and addiction know no boundaries, and to use a cliche we're all human. Such a great loss.

I went to his 'Weapons of Self Destruction' show in Auckland a few years ago, absolutely hilarious he was. 




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  Reply # 1107076 12-Aug-2014 14:28
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I physically walked into him on the red carpet at the opening of the Planet Hollywood when he was here for the opening. Security jumped on me, but I had my head down and headphones on. He was very nice and waved off his security. Took me a minute to realize to whom I had collided and wish I had my wits about me :) 


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  Reply # 1107079 12-Aug-2014 14:31
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So many great roles he played. All over way too soon RIP

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Introduced the kids to Robin Williams in the form of Aladdin just in the weekend. It was a fantastic performance that had the kids in stitches. Could only have been ad libbed. Stunned to read the story. 




 

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TinyTim: Introduced the kids to Robin Williams in the form of Aladdin just in the weekend. It was a fantastic performance that had the kids in stitches. Could only have been ad libbed. Stunned to read the story. 


Apparently most of the Genie dialogue was ad-libbed.




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  Reply # 1107086 12-Aug-2014 14:45
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Mork and Mindy and Good will hunting are two of my favorites

RIP Robin :(

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  Reply # 1107196 12-Aug-2014 18:06
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  Reply # 1107204 12-Aug-2014 18:18
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