Most of us who grew up watching Aladdin and Jumanji will very well know about the loss of the great comedian Robin Williams, who has left a deep impression in our hearts. He was one of those rare performers whose sense of humor, warmth and stage presence made audiences connect with him on a much better level. We all loved his every single movie, out of which one of the most memorable films was released in the 1990s- Mrs. Doubtfire.
It became so famous that it remained the most aired movies on basic cable, over twenty years after its release. Maybe you have watched it thousands of times but still, most of us don't know these facts about Mrs. Doubtfire.
There he dressed as Mrs. Doubtfire to test the believability of his role. No one in the shop noticed him until he went to buy a sex toy.
She was rusticated out of her Toronto school for taking a five-month break for the movie. Willams personally sent a letter to the school asking them to reconsider their decision. Sadly, they didn't do that.
...she calls the actual address where the movie was shot.
Without removing the scene, Robin went along with it and improvised the majority of this scene.
So he set two to three cameras around and said that he shouldn't miss any moves of Robin.
She lost the role to Mara Wilson.
But all of those 'dear' was not clear as sometimes he mumbles it more. So to hear it 101 times you have to listen to him very carefully.
It was loved by the other cast and then decided to put it in the movie.