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    R.I.P Robin Williams

    I'm not sure if this is allowed or if this is in the right place. I just wanted to tell everyone that the great actor and comedian died yesterday. I figured we could all talk about the great memories we all share of him. The world lost an amazing entertainer.

    My two favorite movies he played in are Aladdin and Jumanji. What are your favorite Robin Williams movies?

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    I'm never affected by celebrity deaths, but I found myself genuinely very sad when I heard about his passing. I grew up on his movies. He was one of my absolute favorite actors/comedians. He's made so many great movies! It's hard to narrow down to favorites... but I really loved Dead Poets Society, What Dreams May Come, Patch Adams, Mrs. Doubtfire...

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    Its a shame that he died, he really was a great actor. My favorite movie with him was Night in the Museum a more recent film.

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    Yes I was shocked to by this one I grew up on him as well. I wasn't even looking for it I was just scanning the web. Once I found it I couldn't believe it.

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    I liked him in Mork and Mindy. There seems to be something about comedians and depression and substance abuse...... Jonathan Winters, Richard Pryor, John Belushi to name a few others. It's really sad that he didn't get the help he obviously needed. What a waste..... He did a lot of good in his life and probably had a lot more to offer.

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    I also loved Hook to.

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    I agree with @pinky, so many of the great comedians have such troubled souls. I think I will always associate him with Mork & Mindy and Mrs Doubtfire.

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    I really loved Hook, Aladdin and Good Morning Vietnam. RIP Robin Williams.

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    Loved Hook

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    I think I liked him in Good Morning Vietnam and The Dead Poets Society the best, but he was great in every movie or TV episode he did. Medicine still has so far to come when it comes to mental health issues, let's hope we get there sooner rather than later!

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    I dont usually care either if celebrity dies, but last night I was really really sad. He was a great actor!! I loved his movies, Mrs Doubdfire, Jumanji, One Hour Photo, The Birdcage and Bicentennial Man and many many more, truly sad. Depression is very dangerous and should not be taken lightly.

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    I hope one they find some help for depression. Depression runs in my family I know the dangers. Its really sad that his life had to end like this. And those calling him selfish should be a shamed. He did so many good movies if he's in them you can bet its good. I will surely miss him R.I.P Robin Williams hope your still making jokes.

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    It really is a huge loss for the world. He was an amazing actor. I can't think of a favorite movie, because almost all my favorite movies have Robin Williams in them. Jack, Death to Smoochy, and Flubber are some great ones I don't see mentioned. Aladdin, Hook, Good Morning Vietnam, Good Will Hunting and Dead Poets Society are all classics that will be remembered as great cinematic masterpieces.

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    I loved Patch Adams and Popeye!

    He will be missed. Nanu Nanu

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    I think Good Will Hunting has to be my favorite...

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    Re: R.I.P Robin Williams

    As another member said, I usually don't get sad over celebrity deaths but I was shocked and sad to hear he passed away. I feel bad for his family...
    I can't name a favorite movie that he played in. Theres too many.

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