A good, good man
By ben veneer
Really emotionally moving biography of Mr. Williams, a man who was fallible like the rest of us, but whose large, generous heart resided in the right place. I always thought it spoke volumes about Johnny Carson that Mr. Williams and Bette Midler were booked as the Tonight Show’s final guests, as opposed to entertainers from the Buddy Hackett era, but reading this book illustrates the respect Mr. Williams, as well as Ms. Midler, commanded.
I went to IMDB and tallied up 11 Robin Williams films I have seen; that list will now grow. Great job, Mr. Itzkoff.