Someone posted three dramatic "lost" scenes from the 1993 film Mrs. Doubtfire to YouTube, and they might make you really, really sad about Robin Williams. Look at how good he is at both the dramatic and comedic sides of his performance! It will also make you realize that, deep down, Mrs. Show More Summary
Talk about tugging at your heart! We can't believe it has been a year and a half since the world lost Robin Williams. While we may have seen the last new performances from the legendary comedian, Robin continues to surprise us as some new deleted scenes from Mrs. Doubtfire have recently popped up online. Related: Robin Williams' Will [...]
Caution: It's about to get heavy. Robin Williams was found dead in August 2014, over 20 years after Mrs. Doubtfire was released in theaters. Deleted scenes from the family film recently resurfaced, and they're a doozy: The clips show...Show More Summary
Say, "Hellloooooo," to the tissues. When we think about "Mrs. Doubtfire," it's usually an image of Robin Williams wearing women's clothing and rocking cake frosting on his face that pops into our minds. But these recently surfaced deleted scenes change everything. YouTuber Matthew Keys has uploaded some alternate scenes from "Mrs. Show More Summary
In the movie Man of the Year, Robin Williams plays a Jon Stewart-esque comedian who runs for President of the United States. He wins the general election due to a programming glitch in some e-ballot machines deployed nationwide. In Belgium, as Adrien F. Show More Summary
If you thought making a movie was hard, try making a classic like Mrs. Doubtfire, which deftly dances between the comedic and dramatic halves of the story involving divorce, disguise, and deception. While the film was a comedic masterpiece...Show More Summary
Newly surfaced deleted scenes from "Mrs. Doubtfire" show the movie was originally way darker.
Between the run-by fruiting and that frosting-faced "Helllooooo!" it's easy to remember Mrs. Doubtfire as that goofy movie where Robin Williams played a hilarious old British lady. But we often forget that at its heart, the movie was about a dad who would do anything to see his kids, including... More »
In light of the Denver Broncos' Super Bowl 50 win, let's take a look back at our favorite Broncos cheerleader: the late Robin Williams. At a 1979 game between the Broncos and the New England Patriots, Williams appeared in the cheerleading...Show More Summary
Plot momentum stalled a bit – the horcrux is powerful! Sousa has Peggy-flavored love regrets! Trousers remain questionable! – and the backstory is a tiny bit banal. But whenever I watch this show, I picture Robin Williams’ face in Dead Poets Society when he grins, “Not a bad way to spend an evening, eh?” Not bad indeed. Read More...
Four years after it first listed for sale, the Napa estate of late actor and comedian Robin Williams has sold for $18.1 million in an all-cash deal. The 640-acre property, called Villa Sorriso for "villa of smiles," returned to market two years ago for $29.9 million and was more recently listed...
The Napa Valley estate that Robin Williams built for himself -- and later put up for sale in 2012 for $35 million -- has finally sold. The net proceeds to Williams’ estate are about half the original list price. French winemakers Alfred and Melanie Tesseron paid $18.1 million for the [...]
SELLER: Estate of Robin Williams LOCATION: near Napa, CA PRICE: $18.1 million SIZE: approximately 20,000 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 5 half bathrooms YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: After several years on and off the market at steadily declining prices, the Napa Valley vineyard estate of late and great comedian Robin Williams has finally been... Read more »
The home of late actor Robin Williams is finally sold! Forbes reports that the Oscar-winning actor’s 650-acre Napa Valley estate sold for $18.1 million in a transaction that closed Friday. Who purchased the former home of Robin Williams for over $18 million? According to the report, winemakers Alfred and Melanie Tesseron were the buyers that... Show More Summary
The Napa Valley estate that beloved funnyman Robin Williams built in 2003 and tried to sell before his untimely death in 2014 has finally sold.
The late actor Robin Williams' 650-acre estate in California's Napa Valley has sold for $18.1 million. Thetransaction closed Friday, said William Densberger of Pacific Union, who represented the buyers in the deal. The buyers are Alfred and Melanie Tesseron, winemakers theChâteau Pontet-Canet winery of theBordeaux region in France. The Tesserons had [...]
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When this grand Wine Country property came on the market in April 2014, its owner, Robin Williams, was still alive and its price was $29.9 million. Following the beloved actor's death, his family cut the price several times, but still...