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The sudden and tragic death of Robin Williams seemed to hit the entire world pretty hard. Harder than most celebrity deaths. Part of that may be because the circumstances of his demise stand in such stark contrast to the kind of person we all wanted to believe he was. But I’d like to think it was mostly because he was one of the hardest working entertainers that ever lived and probably the only person who will ever live who could justifiably be criticized for telling too many jokes too fast. He’s someone who many of us associate closely with our childhoods, and it’s hard to let him go. And the great thing is we don’t have to; Robin Williams left behind a vast library of movies as his legacy. This week, join us as we reflect on our favorites.

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[toggle title_open=”Spoiled!” title_closed=”Spoilers!” hide=”yes” border=”yes” style=”default” excerpt_length=”0″ read_more_text=”Read More” read_less_text=”Read Less” include_excerpt_html=”no”]10. World’s Greatest Dad
9. Dead Poets Society
8. One Hour Photo/Insomnia
7. Good Morning, Vietnam
6. The Birdcage
5. Awakening
4. Good Will Hunting
3. Aladdin
2. Mrs. Doubtfire
1. The Fisher King

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