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If you thought you cried too much during the course of watching Mrs. Doubtfire when you were a kid, then you might not want to watch these deleted scenes. What might have been awaits you within.
Last year it was discovered that Mrs. Doubtfire 2 was in the works at Fox 2000, more than a decade after the original was released. However, in light of the tragic death of Robin Williams, doubt was cast over whether this would actually see the light of day. Well, we’re here to tell you that it looks like Mrs. Doubtfire will return after all, but on the Broadway stage as a musical.
Every now and then we almost lose a piece of movie history. After the jump, read about how someone almost took the house from Mrs. Doubtfire away from us all.
Robin Williams contributed a lot to the entertainment industry with his talent, and to measure his career by a series of clips would be impossible. But in the wake of the actor and comedian's tragic passing, we felt compelled to look back at some of the many highlights of his career, from the big screen to television and the stage.
You can credit Mrs. Doubtfire for being fun family entertainment and giving kids from broken homes a warm (albeit wacky) representation of a family like theirs. And now you can credit it with being a literal life-saver.
Before seeing One Hour Photo, I'm not sure I could have pictured Robin Williams as the creepy, stalker-type. But since his portrayal of the obsessed film developer in Mark Romanek's thriller, the mental image has lingered, which is why I think I have an easy time buying into this amusing take on Mrs Doubtfire, than I might have if I only ever associated him with emotional dramas and family films.