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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Top 20 Favorite Robin Williams Movies


We at Notes & Nerds are saddened with the passing of the great Robin Williams and We are also bless with the amazing legacy he leaves behind. This is our Top 20 Favorite Robin Williams Movies. Thank you and Enjoy!

Aladdin
Robin Williams improvised most of Genie for "Aladdin."

Popeye
All of Robin Williams dialogue had to be re-dub after the movie was done, due to Robin Williams's muttered Popeye voice.

Good Morning, Vietnam
Robin Williams ad-libbed all of Adrian Cronauer's broadcasts and was only about 45 percent accurate based to the real-life Adrian Cronauer.

Mrs. Doubtfire
Robin Williams based most of his "Mrs. Doubtfire" character off his real-life nanny "Lolly".

Hook
Robin Williams had to have his whole upper body shave for the part of Peter Pan.

The Birdcage
Robin Williams slip and fall in the kitchen was a not planned scene. Robin Williams and Hank Azaria fought to hold back their laughter.

Good Will Hunting
Robin Williams's last line in the film was ad-libbed. "Son of a bitch, He stole my line."

Toys
The Mirror Song by Thomas Dolby for the TOYS Soundtrack featured Robin Williams & Joan Cusack.

FernGully: The Last Rainforest
FernGully was Robin Williams' first role in an animated film.

August Rush
U2's Bono was the inspiration behind Robin Williams "Wizard" Character.

Robots
Robots was Robin Williams first animated voice since Aladdin and the King of Thieves in 1996.

The Fisher King
Robin Williams character "Parry" was a professor of medieval history at Hunter College.

Dead Poets Society
Robin Williams said: "John Keating was the type of teacher I wanted in my school days."


Patch Adams
Robin Williams was Nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture and Funniest Actor in a Motion Picture.

Bicentennial Man
Bicentennial Man won over 7 nominations

One Hour Photo
Robin Williams would plays jokes on the set a the time. Williams run out on the set one day naked during filming.

What Dreams May Come
What Dreams May Come won 2 Academy Awards.

World's Greatest Dad
Robin Williams was going to take a small part, but after reading the script he requested to play the lead instead.

Jumanji
Jumanji grossed over $262 million worldwide.

Night at the Museum
Night at the Museum gross $42.2 million at the Box office.


No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world. -Robin Williams












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