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Since Robin Williams’ death, many celebrities have paid tribute to the beloved actor and Oprah Winfrey was the latest to honor the deceased comedian’s life.
Two episodes of The Oprah Winfrey Show featuring the actor were repeated, the 1988 and 1991 chats about Good Morning, Vietnam, The Fisher King, Dead Poets Society, fatherhood and drug abuse.
According to OWN, in the first hour, “a candid Williams … shares deeply personal stories about filming Good Morning, Vietnam, his early childhood and more.”
The 1991 episode immediately followed the first one:
“Ranging from silly to sentimental, the … actor opens up to Oprah about everything from drug abuse, what being married to him is like, fatherhood, working on the feature films The Fisher King and Dead Poet’s Society, his creative inspiration and his thoughts on aging and turning 40.”
Oprah also thanked the late legend for all 14 great interviews:
“Just watched BIRDCAGE and #LOL’d a lot. Thank you Robin for all the great interviews. We had some doozies. #R.I.P.”