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Still seems unreal, doesn't it?
Ms.Doubtfire has become a bit of a classic in my family. The memories my family shares together, is in part thanks to Robin.
Same boat here....
I remember we got Mrs. Doubtfire on video in '94 to watch on my birthday for the first time. I had also just gotten my own mini lazy-boy recliner as a gift. 7 year old me, kicked back in my recliner, on my birthday, with my parents, watching Robin Williams. It was a very fond memory even before Robin passed.
Jack is also another childhood favorite.
He spanned generations. The older folks started with Mork & Mindy, where as my generation had Mrs. Doubtfire, Jack, Aladdin, Jumanji, etc. During that same period the older Mork & Mindy generation had Good Will Hunting, Dead Poets Society, and Patch Adams. My generation would take another 10 years to appreciate those movies.
Yes, I realize I made a lot of you feel old, real old