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VHS: The Birdcage (VHS, 1996) In Mike Nichols's hilarious remake of the 1978 French comedy LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, Robin Williams stars as Armand Goldman, a gay cabaret owner who lives in Miami's South Beach with his partner, Albert (Nathan Lane), the club's star performer. Armand...
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VHS: Jack (VHS, 1997) This bittersweet story of childhood innocence and friendship stars Robin Williams as Jack Powell, a boy who grows four times faster than normal. By the time Jack reaches his 10th birthday, he looks like a 40-year-old man. After years of being tutored...
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VHS: Awakenings (VHS, 1991) Based on the true story of a research physician who uses an experimental drug to "awaken" the catatonic victims of a rare sleeping sickness. The first patient to receive the drug (De Niro in an astounding performance) is filled with awe and...
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Psycho From Texas (VHS)A quiet southern town is transformed into a scene of utter terror when a series of brutal murders occur. The insane killings appear to be related to the kidnapping of a wealthy oil man.
The Fisher King (VHS, 1992, Closed Captioned)Jack Lucas (Jeff Bridges), a self-obsessed shock jock who thinks he has it all, is about to hit rock bottom. The cult personality spends his time on the radio insulting and berating his listeners, but when one caller takes Jack's advice literally and...
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VHS: World Series - 1981 (VHS, 1993) After a shortened season, the Dodgers beat the Yankees in six games - their 11th World Series together. MVPs were Pedro Guerrero, Steve Yeager, and Ron Cey. Rookie Fernando Valenzuela gets in some hits, and Yankees owner George Steinbrenner...
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VHS: Hook (VHS, 1992) Director Steven Spielberg brings J.M. Barrie's PETER PAN to the screen with a delightfully modernized twist. Forty-year-old Peter (Robin Williams) has grown up to be a workaholic lawyer with more affection for his cell phone than his wife and two...
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VHS: Aladdin and the King of Thieves (VHS, 1996) This direct-to-video third "wish" in Disney's "Aladdin" trilogy marks the return of Robin Williams as the voice of the Genie. Aladdin's battle with the King of Thieves and his at-long-last marriage to Princess Jasmine also features the vocal talents...
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VHS: Flubber (VHS, 1998) Forgetful Professor Phillip Brainard inadvertently creates "flying rubber" in his lab, misses his wedding date repeatedly, and is menaced by bungling goons hired by a jealous rival out to steal his lady and his invention. Producer and co-screenwriter...
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VHS: Patch Adams (VHS, 1999) Tom Shadyac's (ACE VENTURA) film tells the true story of Hunter "Patch" Adams (Robin Williams), an aspiring doctor in the 1970's who attempted to treat his patients with a medicine that modern science had totally disregarded: humor. After a stint in...
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