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    Re: Robin Williams committed suicude.

    Very sad to see him go. Depression and drug addiction is very difficult combination to beat, even with the best care.

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    Re: Robin Williams committed suicude.

    RIP

    What a great comedic and dramatic actor. I knew he had addiction issues but didn't know about his depression.
    A sad end to a life. He was in so many movies and he just did an episode of his comedy show with Pam Dawber and there was this big reunion.

    I didn't see this coming... what a shock.
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    Re: Robin Williams committed suicude.

    Quote Originally Posted by matchlight View Post
    It is one of life's mysteries that a man can make so many people laugh, when he is so unhappy himself. I am sorry for him, and for his family. May Robin Williams find the peace in the next world that he could not seem to find in this one.
    My thoughts too. There have been other comedians through drugs have indirectly committed suicide.

    With millions of people who loved him it is incredulous that he was not able to find happiness. He had to be in the deepest funk one can imagine. RIP Robin.

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    re: [RIP]Robin Williams Dead at 63 [W:194]

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    Very sad. My personal favorite role of his was as the voice of the Genie in Aladdin.
    I liked him as the bat in Fern Gully

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    re: [RIP]Robin Williams Dead at 63 [W:194]

    Quote Originally Posted by Superfly View Post
    Robin Williams Dead: Actor Dies of Possible Suicide | Variety


    He has struggled with drugs for years. What a loss.


    RIP Mork.
    Honestly he wasn't my kind of funny, but I have nothing against the man. Dead Poets Sociaty is a classic, and I liked him in Jumanji. RIP.
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    Re: Robin Williams committed suicude.

    One of my favorite jokes that I made up myself for years involved him.

    That is if you had gone back to the early 1980's, and told people that 3 of the biggest dramatic actors in 20 years would be John Travolta, Robin Williams, and Tom Hanks.

    In the early 1980's, nobody had an idea of what dramatic capabilities these 3 men had.
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    Re: Robin Williams committed suicude.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oozlefinch View Post
    One of my favorite jokes that I made up myself for years involved him.

    That is if you had gone back to the early 1980's, and told people that 3 of the biggest dramatic actors in 20 years would be John Travolta, Robin Williams, and Tom Hanks.

    In the early 1980's, nobody had an idea of what dramatic capabilities these 3 men had.
    How the hell did Travolta get in there!

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    Re: Robin Williams committed suicude.

    Quote Originally Posted by year2late View Post
    How the hell did Travolta get in there!
    At the time, we was mostly known as Vinnie Barbarino on Welcome Back Kotter.

    Since then, many good dramatic roles, such as Pulp Fiction, White Man's Burden, Michael, Phenomenon, Mad City, Primary Colors, The General's Daughter, and a great many others.

    Robin Williams was Mork from Ork. Tom Hanks was the guy on TV that dressed as a woman.
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    Re: Robin Williams committed suicude.

    Quote Originally Posted by year2late View Post
    How the hell did Travolta get in there!
    Funny "feeling old" story - once I was working in a company where like everybody else was in their 20s, and I was 30-something. They were talking about Travolta, and I said something about Vinnie Babarino. The idea that he was on a TV show was foreign to them.


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    Re: Robin Williams committed suicude.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oozlefinch View Post
    At the time, we was mostly known as Vinnie Barbarino on Welcome Back Kotter.

    Since then, many good dramatic roles, such as Pulp Fiction, White Man's Burden, Michael, Phenomenon, Mad City, Primary Colors, The General's Daughter, and a great many others.

    Robin Williams was Mork from Ork. Tom Hanks was the guy on TV that dressed as a woman.
    OK, Pulp Fiction, you have a point there.

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