Robin Williams

Robin Williams

Highest Rated: 100% Dreams With Sharp Teeth (2008)

Lowest Rated: 5% Old Dogs (2009)

Birthday: Jul 21, 1951

Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois

Onstage, on television, in the movies or in a serious interview, listening to and watching comedian/actor Robin Williams is an extraordinary experience. An improvisational master with a style comparable to Danny Kaye, his words rush forth in a gush of manic energy. They punctuate even the most basic story with sudden subject detours that often dissolve into flights of comic fancy, bawdy repartee, and unpredictable celebrity impressions before returning earthward with some pithy comment or dead-on observation. Born in Chicago on July 21st, 1951, Williams was raised as an only child and had much time alone with which to develop his imagination, often by memorizing Jonathan Winters' comedy records. After high school, Williams studied political science at Claremont Men's College, as well as drama at Marin College in California and then at Juilliard. His first real break came when he was cast as a crazy space alien on a fanciful episode of Happy Days. William's portrayal of Mork from Ork delighted audiences and generated so great a response that producer Garry Marshall gave Williams his own sitcom, Mork and Mindy, which ran from 1978 to 1982. The show was a hit and established Williams as one of the most popular comedians (along with Richard Pryor and Billy Crystal) of the '70s and '80s. Williams made his big screen debut in the title role of Robert Altman's elaborate but financially disastrous comic fantasy Popeye (1980). His next films included the modestly successful The World According to Garp, The Survivors, Moscow on the Hudson, Club Paradise, The Best of Times. Then in 1987, writer-director Barry Levinson drew from both sides of Williams - the manic shtickmeister and the studied Juliard thesp - for Good Morning, Vietnam, in which the comedian-cum-actor portrayed real-life deejay Adrian Cronauer, stationed in Saigon during the late sixties. Levinson shot the film strategically, by encouraging often outrageous, behind-the-mike improvisatory comedy routines for the scenes of Cronauer's broadcasts but evoking more sober dramatizations for Williams's scenes outside of the radio station. Thanks in no small part to this strategy, Williams received a much-deserved Oscar nomination for the role, but lost to Michael Douglas in Wall Street. Williams subsequently tackled a restrained performance as an introverted scientist trying to help a catatonic Robert De Niro in Awakenings (1990). He also earned accolades for playing an inspirational English teacher in the comedy/drama Dead Poets Society (1989) -- a role that earned him his second Oscar nomination. Williams's tragi-comic portrayal of a mad, homeless man in search of salvation and the Holy Grail in The Fisher King (1991) earned him a third nomination. In 1993, he lent his voice to two popular animated movies, Ferngully: The Last Rain Forest and most notably Aladdin, in which he played a rollicking genie and was allowed to go all out with ad-libs, improvs, and scads of celebrity improvisations. Further successes came in 1993 with Mrs. Doubtfire, in which he played a recently divorced father who masquerades as a Scottish nanny to be close to his kids. He had another hit in 1995 playing a rather staid homosexual club owner opposite a hilariously fey Nathan Lane in The Bird Cage. In 1997, Williams turned in one of his best dramatic performances in Good Will Hunting, a performance for which he was rewarded with an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. Williams kept up his dramatic endeavors with both of his 1998 films: the comedy Patch Adams and What Dreams May Come, a vibrantly colored exploration of the afterlife. He next had starring roles in both Bicentennial Man and Jakob the Liar, playing a robot-turned-human in the former and a prisoner of the Warsaw ghetto in the latter. Though it was obvious to all that Williams' waning film career needed an invigorating breath of fresh air, many may not have expected the dark 180-degree turn he attempted in 2002 with roles in Death to Smoochy, Insomnia and One Hour Photo. Catching audiences off-guard with his portrayal of three deeply disturbed and tortured souls, the roles pointed to a new stage in Williams' career in which he would substitute the sap for more sinister motivations. Absent from the big-screen in 2003, Williams continued his vacation from comedy in 2004, starring in the little-seen thriller The Final Cut and in the David Duchovny-directed melodrama The House of D. After appearing in the comic documentary The Aristocrats and lending his voice to a character in the animated adventure Robots in 2005, he finally returned full-time in 2006 with roles in the vacation laugher RV and the crime comedy Man of the Year. His next project, The Night Listener, was a tense and erosive tale of literary trickery fueled by such serious issues as child abuse and AIDS. Williams wasn't finished with comedy, however. He lent his voice to the cast of the family feature Happy Feet and Happy Feet 2, played a late night talk show host who accidentally wins a presidential election in Man of the Year, portrayed an enthusiastic minister in License to Wed, and played a statue of Teddy Roosevelt that comes to life in Night at the Museum and its sequel Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian. He would also enjoy family-friendly comedic turns in World's Greatest Dad, Shrink, and Old Dogs. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
94% Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind Actor 2018
18% Absolutely Anything Dennis the Dog $0.7M 2017
52% Boulevard Nolan mack $47.2K 2015
47% Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Teddy Roosevelt $81.6M 2014
14% A Merry Friggin' Christmas Mitch Mitchler 2014
69% Altman Actor 2014
9% The Angriest Man in Brooklyn Henry Altmann 2014
42% The Face of Love Roger Stillman $0.2M 2014
72% Lee Daniels' The Butler Dwight D. Eisenhower $116.7M 2013
7% The Big Wedding Father Moinighan $21.6M 2013
86% Richard Pryor: Omit The Logic Actor 2013
No Score Yet Looking For Lenny Actor 2012
45% Happy Feet Two Ramon/Lovelace $64M 2011
25% Certifiably Jonathan Actor $8.3K 2011
86% Who is Harry Nilsson (And Why is Everybody Talkin' About Him)? Actor $30.3K 2010
5% Old Dogs Dan $49.5M 2009
88% World's Greatest Dad Lance Clayton $0.2M 2009
45% Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian Teddy Roosevelt $177.2M 2009
No Score Yet Ladies or Gentlemen Actor 2009
No Score Yet Robin Williams: Weapons of Self-Destruction Screenwriter Actor 2009
100% Dreams With Sharp Teeth Actor 2008
80% Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project Actor 2008
No Score Yet History of the Joke Actor 2008
No Score Yet Rona Barrett's Hollywood: Nothing but the Truth Actor 2008
36% August Rush Maxwell 'Wizard' Wallace $31.6M 2007
7% License to Wed Reverend Frank $43.9M 2007
60% Fog City Mavericks Actor 2007
43% Night at the Museum Teddy Roosevelt $249.4M 2006
76% Happy Feet Ramón/Lovelace $197.9M 2006
22% Man of the Year Tom Dobbs $37.5M 2006
42% Everyone's Hero Napoleon Cross $14.5M 2006
39% The Night Listener Gabriel Noone $7.8M 2006
82% A Prairie Home Companion Himself 2006
23% RV Bob Munro $71.5M 2006
30% The Big White Paul Barnell 2005
79% The Aristocrats Actor $6.2M 2005
64% Robots Fender $128.2M 2005
No Score Yet The Rutles 2---Can't Buy Me Lunch Hans Hankie 2004
36% The Final Cut Alan Hakman $0.6M 2004
10% House of D Pappass $0.4M 2004
28% Noel Charlie Boyd 2004
No Score Yet Richard Pryor - I Ain't Dead Yet #%$#@!! Uncensored Actor 2004
No Score Yet An Uncommon Kindness: The Father Damien Story Narrator 2003
No Score Yet BThere DVD Magazine Actor 2003
81% One Hour Photo Sy Parrish $31.5M 2002
40% Robin Williams: Live on Broadway Actor 2002
92% Insomnia Walter Finch $67.4M 2002
42% Death to Smoochy `Rainbow' Randolph Smiley $8.4M 2002
No Score Yet Fighting for Freedom: Revolution & Civil War Narrator 2002
No Score Yet America: A Tribute to Heroes Actor 2001
74% A.I. Artificial Intelligence Dr. Know 2001
No Score Yet Chuck Jones: Extremes and Inbetweens - A Life in Animation Actor 2000
No Score Yet The Directors Interviewee 2000
36% Bicentennial Man Andrew Martin 1999
29% Jakob the Liar Executive Producer Jakob Heym 1999
71% Get Bruce Himself 1999
22% Patch Adams Hunter `Patch' Adams 1998
54% What Dreams May Come Chris Nielsen 1998
73% Deconstructing Harry Mel 1997
97% Good Will Hunting Sean McGuire 1997
24% Flubber Prof. Philip Brainard 1997
25% Fathers' Day Dale Putley 1997
95% Hamlet Osric 1996
50% Joseph Conrad's 'The Secret Agent' The Professor 1996
18% Jack Jack Powell 1996
79% The Birdcage Armand Goldman 1996
54% Jumanji Alan Parrish 1995
41% To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt 1995
26% Nine Months Dr. Kosevich 1995
33% Aladdin and the King of Thieves Genie 1995
No Score Yet In Search of Dr. Seuss Actor 1994
54% Being Human Hector 1994
72% Mrs. Doubtfire Daniel Hillard/Mrs. Doubtfire Producer 1993
No Score Yet Andy Kaufman: I'm from Hollywood Actor 1992
30% Toys Leslie Zevo 1992
95% Aladdin Genie 1992
63% FernGully - The Last Rainforest Batty Koda 1992
38% Shakes the Clown Jerry 1992
No Score Yet Shakespeare: The Animated Tales Actor 1992
26% Hook Peter Banning/Peter Pan 1991
83% The Fisher King Parry 1991
83% Dead Again Dr. Cozy Carlisle 1991
No Score Yet Wish for Wings That Work The Kiwi 1991
No Score Yet Opus & Bill - A Wish For Wings That Work Actor 1991
No Score Yet We All Have Tales Narrator 1991
88% Awakenings Dr. Malcolm Sayer 1990
55% Cadillac Man Joey O'Brian 1990
84% Dead Poets Society John Keating 1989
No Score Yet Andy Kaufman: I'm from Hollywood Actor 1989
92% The Adventures of Baron Munchausen King of the Moon 1989
No Score Yet Will Rogers: Look Back in Laughter Actor 1988
No Score Yet Rabbit Ears - The Story of Pecos Bill Actor 1988
90% Good Morning, Vietnam Adrian Cronauer 1987
100% Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam Narrator 1987
No Score Yet Seize the Day Tommy Wilhelm 1986
11% Club Paradise Jack Moniker 1986
31% The Best of Times Jack Dundee 1986
No Score Yet Barbra Streisand - One Voice Actor 1986
No Score Yet Jonathan Winters Actor 1986
86% Moscow On The Hudson Vladimir Ivanoff 1984
9% The Survivors Donald Quinelle 1983
76% The World According to Garp Garp 1982
No Score Yet An Evening with Robin Williams Actor 1982
61% Popeye Popeye 1980
No Score Yet Can I Do It...Till I Need Glasses? Actor 1977

TV

Credit
No Score Yet Pioneers of Television
2008-2014
Appearing 2014
54% The Crazy Ones
2013-2014
Simon Roberts 2014
2013
No Score Yet Independent Lens
1999
Appearing 2013
No Score Yet The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson
2005-2014
Guest 2013
No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
2003
Appearing Guest 2013
2012
No Score Yet Late Show With David Letterman
1993-2015
Guest 2013
2012
No Score Yet The Talk
2010
Guest 2013
2011
No Score Yet The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
1999-2015
Guest 2013
2010
2006
No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show
2003
Guest 2013
2008
2007
2006
2004
No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
1992-2014
Guest 2013
2011
2010
2007
2003
2002
2000
No Score Yet Inside Comedy
2012-2015
Guest 2012
94% Louie
2010-2015
Robin 2012
No Score Yet Sesame Street
1969
Guest 2012
83% Wilfred
2011-2014
Dr. Eddy 2012
No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show
2007
Guest 2011
2008
No Score Yet SpongeBob SquarePants
1999
Himself 2009
31% The Jay Leno Show
2009-2010
Guest 2009
No Score Yet American Masters
2001
Appearing 2009
2003
72% American Idol
2002-2016
Appearing 2008
No Score Yet Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
1999
Guest Merritt Rook 2008
No Score Yet The Bonnie Hunt Show
2008-2010
Guest 2008
No Score Yet Mind of Mencia
2005-2008
Appearing 2006
No Score Yet Real Time with Bill Maher
2003
Panelist 2006
2005
75% Life with Bonnie
2002-2004
Kevin Powalski 2003
No Score Yet Whose Line Is It Anyway?
1998
Performer 2000
91% Homicide: Life on the Street
1993-1999
1994
100% The Larry Sanders Show
1992-1998
Himself 1994
1992
No Score Yet Saturday Night Live
1975
Host Guest 1988
1986
1984
45% The Academy Awards
1978
1986
95% Mork & Mindy
1978-1982
Director Mork 1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
No Score Yet Happy Days
1974-1984
Mork 1978
60% The Richard Pryor Show
1977

QUOTES FROM Robin Williams CHARACTERS

Peter Banning/Peter Pan says: I do believe in fairies! I do! I do!

Granny Wendy Darling says: You must make yourself remember.

Peter Banning/Peter Pan says: Remember what?

Granny Wendy Darling says: Peter, don't you know who you are?

Lydia Sinclair says: I'm not feeling very well.

Parry says: Well, no wonder. We just met, made love, broke up, all in the space of 30 seconds. I don't remember the first kiss, which I think is the best part.

Lydia Sinclair says: Yeah, but what we publish is mostly trashy romance novels.

Parry says: Don't say that. There's nothing trashy about romance. In romance there's passion, imagination, beauty. Besides, you find some pretty wonderful things in the trash.

Jack Powell says: I don't have very much time these days so I'll make it quick. Like my life. You know, as we come to the end of this phase of our life, we find ourselves trying to remember the good times and trying to forget the bad times, and we find ourselves thinking about the future. We start to worry , thinking, "What am I gonna do? Where am I gonna be in ten years?" But I say to you, "Hey, look at me!" Please, don't worry so much. Because in the end, none of us have very long on this Earth. Life is fleeting. And if you're ever distressed, cast your eyes to the summer sky when the stars are strung across the velvety night. And when a shooting star streaks through the blackness, turning night into day... make a wish and think of me. Make your life spectacular. I know I did.

Mrs. Iphegenia Doubtfire says: Touch me again and I'll drown you, you bastard.

Sean McGuire says: It's not your fault.

Will Hunting says: I know...

Sean McGuire says: No, you don't. It's not your fault.

Will Hunting says: I know.

Sean McGuire says: No, listen to me, son. It's not your fault.

Will Hunting says: I know that.

Will Hunting says: ...

Will Hunting says: Don't fuck with me, Sean. Not you.

Will Hunting says: Oh god, I'm sorry. I'm so sorry Sean.

Sarah Whittle says: Well, a little rain never hurt anybody.

Alan Parrish says: Yeah, but a lot can kill you.

Genie says: Oi! Ten thousand years will give you such a crick in the neck.

Genie says: (holding Aladdin after getting out of the water) Don't you scare me like that?

Genie says: Don't you scare me like that?

Andrew says: I saw the inner me.

Andrew says: Do you know what it feels like to be in love with someone that is about to marry someone else?

Andrew says: I try to make sense of things. Which is why, I guess, I believe in destiny. There must be a reason that I am as I am. There must be.

Andrew says: One has studied your history. Terrible wars have been fought where millions have died for some idea, freedom. And it seems that something that means so much to so many people would be worth living.

Andrew says: One understands why some animals eat their young.

Seymour "Sy" Parrish says: I'm sure my customers never think about it, but their snapshots are their little stands against the flow of time. The shutters click, the flash goes off, and they've stopped time. Just for the blink of an eye.

Seymour "Sy" Parrish says: No one takes photographs of things they want to forget.

Seymour "Sy" Parrish says: Family photos depict smiling faces... births, weddings, holidays, children's birthday parties. People take pictures of the happy moments in their lives. Someone looking through our photo album would conclude that we had led a joyous, leisurely existence free of tragedy. No one ever takes a photograph of something they want to forget.

Jafar says: (the genie holds the black lamp after Jafar pulls Iago in it) Get your blasted beak out of my face.

Jafar says: Get your blasted beak out of my face.

Iago says: Oh, shut up, you moron!

Jafar says: Don't tell ME to shut up!

Jafar says: Don't tell me to shut up!

Genie says: Allow me. Ten thousand years in the Cave of Wonders outta chill him out!

Genie says: (flicks them into the distance)

Alan Parrish says: Jumanji. A game for those who seek to find a way to leave their world behind. You roll the dice to move your token. Doubles gets another turn. And the first player to reach the end wins.

Alan Parrish says: In the jungle you must wait...until the dice read five or eight.

Andrew says: (after learning the fate of most sperm) They die? One feels badly for them.

Andrew says: They die? One feels badly for them.

Alan Parrish says: Jerks!

Chris Nielsen says: It's not about understanding, it's about not giving up

Chris Nielsen says: It's not about understanding, it's about not giving up.

Sean McGuire says: Liberty is a soul's right to breathe.

Will Hunting says: Liberty is a soul's right to breathe.

Genie says: 10,000 years can give you such a crick in the neck.

Chris Nielsen says: That's when I realized I'm part of the problem. Not because I remind you. But because I couldn't join you. So I left you alone. Don't give up, okay?

Chris Nielsen says: What some folks call impossible, is just stuff they haven't seen before.

Armand Goldman says: Its like riding a psycotic horse into a burning barm

Armand Goldman says: Its like riding a psychotic horse into a burning barn.

Lovelace says: Go forth and multiply!

Armand Goldman says: I see. You're going to the cemetery with your toothbrush. How Egyptian.

Seymour "Sy" Parrish says: No one ever takes a photograph of something they want to forget.

John Keating says: Tune in. turn on, and drop dead.

John Keating says: Tune in, turn on, and drop dead.

Sean McGuire says: Disrespect my wife again and I'll burn down your house!

Sean McGuire says: Disrespect my wife again and I will end you.

Alan Parrish says: I've seen things you've only seen in your nightmares. Things you can't even imagine; things you can't even see. There are things that haunt you in the night; then something screams, and you hope to god you will not meet the same fate. Afraid? You don't even know what afraid is.

Alan Parrish says: I've seen things you've only seen in your nightmares. Things you can't even imagine; things you can't even see. There are things that hunt you in the night. Then something screams. Then you hear them eating, and you hope to god that you're not dessert. Afraid? You don't even know what afraid is.

Adrian Cronauer says: It's gonna be hot and wet! That's nice if you're with a lady, but it ain't no good if you're in the jungle.

John Keating says: Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary.

Sean McGuire says: People call those imperfections, but no, that's the good stuff.

Alan Parrish says: Did someone roll a five or an eight?

Van Pelt/Sam Parrish says: Any last words?

Alan Parrish says: Jumanji.

Van Pelt/Sam Parrish says: What?

Alan Parrish says: Whatever it is, you face it like a man.

Alan Parrish says: So you tried to cheat did you?

Sarah Whittle says: You tried to cheat?

Jack Banning says: BANG! BANG!

Peter Banning/Peter Pan says: Look, everybody just SHUT UP!!

Peter Banning/Peter Pan says: Look, everybody just SHUT UP!

Jack Banning says: I'm sorry.

Det. Will Dormer says: (phone rings) Dormer here hello

Det. Will Dormer says: [phone rings] Dormer here hello.

Walter Finch says: cant sleep will

Walter Finch says: Can't sleep will.

Armand Goldman says: You do an eclectic celebration of the dance! You do Fosse, Fosse, Fosse! You do Martha Graham, Martha Graham, Martha Graham! Or Twyla, Twyla, Twyla! Or Michael Kidd, Michael Kidd, Michael Kidd, Michael Kidd! Or Madonna, Madonna, Madonna!... but you keep it all inside.

Dr. Cozy Carlisle says: All I know is, you've got people chasing after you in every life

Dr. Cozy Carlisle says: All I know is, you've got people chasing after you in every life.

Professor Philip Brainard says: I'm the A in aashole.

Driver says: How about putting it in drive grandma?

Dan says: There are babies onboard.

Genie says: It's all part of the whole genie gig: PHENOMINAL COSMIC POWER...itty bitty living space.

Genie says: It's all part of the whole genie gig: PHENOMINAL COSMIC POWER... itty bitty living space.

Genie says: PHENOMENAL COSMIC POWERS! [shrinks down inside the lamp] Itty-bitty living space!

Sean McGuire says: Lambeau: Most days I wish I'd never met you 'cause then I could sleep at night. I didn't have to walk around with the knowledge that there was someone like you out there. I didn't have to watch you throw it all away.

Lambeau says: Most days I wish I'd never met you 'cause then I could sleep at night. I didn't have to walk around with the knowledge that there was someone like you out there. I didn't have to watch you throw it all away.

Chris Nielsen says: When I was young, I met this girl by a lake.

Sean McGuire says: Time's Up

Sean McGuire says: Time's up.

John Keating says: "Seize the day. Gather ye rosebuds while ye may." Why does the writer use these lines?

John Keating says: 'Seize the day. Gather ye rosebuds while ye may.' Why does the writer use these lines?

Charlie Dalton says: Because he's in a hurry.

John Keating says: No. Ding! Thank you for playing anyway. Because we are food for worms, lads. Because, believe it or not, each and every one of us in this room is one day going to stop breathing, turn cold and die.

Sean McGuire says: I will END YOU. I will fucking END YOU!

John Keating says: "Seize the day Boys. Make life extraordinary."

John Keating says: Seize the day Boys. Make life extraordinary.

John Keating says: Carpe, carpe diem, seize the day boys, make your lives extraordinary.

Donald Quinelle says: What kind of a man gives cigarettes to trees?

Randolph Smiley AKA 'Rainbow Randolph' says: Randolph: Friends come in all sizes/ That's a fact, it's true/ All the colours of rainbow/ From mauve to blue/ The names are different/ The shoes don't match/ Some like to toss/ And others to catch/ One might say grasp while the other says snatch/ Because... friends come in all sizes/ Take it from me/ Golly gee/ Size doesn't matter/ When you want some friendly patter/ From a pal who is true/ And will lift you up when you're blue/ You can count on him/ He can count on you/ It's true/ It's true/ Friends come in all sizes!/ [repeat three times]

Randolph Smiley AKA 'Rainbow Randolph' says: Friends come in all sizes/ That's a fact, it's true/ All the colours of rainbow/ From mauve to blue/ The names are different/ The shoes don't match/ Some like to toss/ And others to catch/ One might say grasp while the other says snatch/ Because... friends come in all sizes/ Take it from me/ Golly gee/ Size doesn't matter/ When you want some friendly patter/ From a pal who is true/ And will lift you up when you're blue/ You can count on him/ He can count on you/ It's true/ It's true/ Friends come in all sizes!/ [repeat three times]

Popeye says: Popeye: Another thing I got is a sensk of humiligration. Now, maybe you swabs can pool your intelligensk and sees that I'm axking you for an apologeky.

Popeye says: Another thing I got is a sensk of humiligration. Now, maybe you swabs can pool your intelligensk and sees that I'm axking you for an apology.

Popeye says: Another thing I got is a sense of humiligration. Now, maybe you swabs can pool your intelligensk and sees that I'm asking you for an apology.

Popeye says: Another thing I got is a sensk of humiligration. Now, maybe you swabs can pool your intelligensk and sees that I'm axsking you for an apologeky.

Genie says: Excuse me. Are you looking at me? Did you rub my lamp? Did you wake me up? Did you bring me here? & all of a sudden you're gonna walk out on me? I don't think so. Not right now! You're getting your wishes, so SIT DOWN!

Genie says: Where do you come from, what's your name?

Aladdin says: Aladdin.

Genie says: Aladdin, well Aladdin, nice to have you on the show. can we call you "Al" or maybe just "Din" or how about "Laddie"? That sounds like "Here, boy. Come on, Laddie"

Genie says: Aladdin, well Aladdin, nice to have you on the show. can we call you 'Al' or maybe just 'Din' or how about 'Laddie'? That sounds like 'Here, boy. Come on, Laddie'.

Aladdin says: I must've hit my head harder than I thought.

Maxwell "Wizard" Wallace says: music is everywhere.

Maxwell "Wizard" Wallace says: Music is everywhere.

Seymour "Sy" Parrish says: And if these pictures have anything important to say to future generations, it's this: I was here. I existed. I was young, I was happy, and someone cared enough about me in this world to take my picture.

John Keating says: You must strive to find your own voice because the longer you wait to begin, the less likely you are going to find it at all.

Rodney Copperbottom says: How many are left?

Fender says: Let me check... [goes to window, only to find a huge lot of robots waiting to be repaired] Heh. A few.

Rodney Copperbottom says: A FEW?!

John Keating says: [Keating stands on his desk] Why do I stand up here? Anybody?

Charlie Dalton says: To feel taller!

John Keating says: No!

John Keating says: Thank you for playing Mr. Dalton. I stand upon my desk to remind myself that we must constantly look at things in a different way.

John Keating says: There's a time for daring and there's a time for caution, and a wise man understands which is called for.

John Keating says: O Captain, my Captain. Who knows where that comes from? Anybody? Not a clue? It's from a poem by Walt Whitman about Mr. Abraham Lincoln. Now in this class you can either call me Mr. Keating, or if you're slightly more daring, O Captain my Captain.

John Keating says: Seize the day. Because, believe it or not, each and every one of us in this room is one day going to stop breathing, turn cold and die.

John Keating says: A man is not very tired. He's exhausted. And don't use very sad. Use... morose!

John Keating says: Language was developed for one endeavor, and that is... to woo women.

Teddy Roosevelt says: The key to happiness is doing what you love

Teddy Roosevelt says: The key to happiness is doing what you love.

Teddy Roosevelt says: Good Lord, Lawrence! Why are you slapping a monkey?

Genie says: 3 wishes to be exact, and ix-nay on the wishing for more wishes. Three. Uno, Dos, Tres. No substitutions, extanges or refunds.

Genie says: Three wishes, to be exact. And ixnay on the wishing for more wishes. That's all. Three. Uno, dos, tres. No substitutions, exchanges or refunds.

Daniel Hillard says: (Dressed as Mrs. Doubtfire, but in Daniel's voice) My first day as a woman, and I'm getting hot flashes.

Daniel Hillard says: [dressed as Mrs. Doubtfire, but in Daniel's voice] My first day as a woman, and I'm getting hot flashes.

Fender says: Just stick with me, kid, I know this town like the back of my hand. Hey, that's new...

Raul says: What you huggin' for?

Ramon says: He told me to.

Raul says: Get away.

Ramon says: No, you like it!

Adrian Cronauer says: What's the difference between the Cub scouts & the Army? EEEERRRRRRRRRRRRNNNNNT! Cub Scouts don't have heavy artillery.

Adrian Cronauer says: Where ya from?

Convoy Soldier says: I'm from Cleveland!

Adrian Cronauer says: Oh, really? So,Viet-nam's not that big a change for ya?

Fender says: HEY! Here's one outmode you're not gonna get! [starts shaking butt in taunting manner towards the sweeper] NAHNAHNAHNAHNAHNAH! NAHNAHNAHNAH- [some parts of Fender's behind fall off] Oops.

Fender says: I'm Fender. It used to be bumper, but we had to change it when we moved into the country.

Rodney Copperbottom says: Copperbottom, Rodney Copperbottom.

Fender says: [speaking in French American accent] Riddle me this, why did I meet you among the garbage?

Rodney Copperbottom says: I don't want any pictures!

Fender says: that's okay there is no film in the camera

Fender says: That's okay there is no film in the camera.

Screaming Pirate says: Wait! Ain't you-

Peter Banning/Peter Pan says: Peter Pan!

Screaming Pirate says: AAAAARRGHH! (jumps out of window)

Screaming Pirate says: AAAAARRGHH! [jumps out of window]

Captain James Hook says: MY JACK!!!

Captain James Hook says: MY JACK!

Peter Banning/Peter Pan says: My jack...

Adrian Cronauer says: [Lt. Steven Hauk uses Army jargon to refer to a press conference to be given by former Vice-President Nixon] Excuse me, sir. Seeing as how the V.P. is such a V.I.P., shouldn't we keep the P.C. on the Q.T.? 'Cause if it leaks to the V.C. he could end up M.I.A., and then we'd all be put out in K.P.

Genie says: QUICK! Try something outrageous! Wish for denial!

Genie says: QUICK! Try something outrageous! Wish for the Nile!

Aladdin says: Uhh... I wish for denial.

Aladdin says: Uhh... I wish for the Nile.

Genie says: NO WAY!!

Genie says: NO WAY!

Sean McGuire says: Michelangelo? You know a lot about him. Life's work, political aspirations. Him and the pope.Sexual orientation.The whole works, right? I bet you can't tell me what it smells like in the Sistine Chapel. You never actually stood there and looked up at that beautiful ceiling.Seeing that. If I ask you about women, you'll probably give me a syllabus of your personal favorites. You may have even been laid a few times. But you can't tell me what it feels like to wake up next to a woman... and feel truly happy. You're a tough kid. I ask you about war, you'd probably throw Shakespeare at me, right? "Once more into the breach,dear friends." But you've never been near one. You've never held your best friend's head in your lap... and watch him gasp his last breath lookin' to you for help. If I asked you about love, you'd probably quote me a sonnet, but you've never looked at a woman and been totally vulnerable. Known someone that could level you with her eyes. Feelin' like God put an angel on Earth just for you, who could rescue you from the depths of hell. And you wouldn't know what it's like to be her angel, to have that love for her be there forever. Through anything.Through cancer. And you wouldn't know about sleepin' sittin' up in a hospital room... for two months, holding her hand, because the doctors could see in your eyes... that the terms "visiting hours" don't apply to you. You don't know about real loss, 'cause that only occurs when you love something more than you love yourself. I doubt you've ever dared to love anybody that much.

Sean McGuire says: Michelangelo? You know a lot about him. Life's work, political aspirations. Him and the pope. Sexual orientation. The whole works, right? I bet you can't tell me what it smells like in the Sistine Chapel. You never actually stood there and looked up at that beautiful ceiling.Seeing that. If I ask you about women, you'll probably give me a syllabus of your personal favorites. You may have even been laid a few times. But you can't tell me what it feels like to wake up next to a woman... and feel truly happy. You're a tough kid. I ask you about war, you'd probably throw Shakespeare at me, right? 'Once more into the breach, dear friends.' But you've never been near one. You've never held your best friend's head in your lap... and watch him gasp his last breath lookin' to you for help. If I asked you about love, you'd probably quote me a sonnet, but you've never looked at a woman and been totally vulnerable. Known someone that could level you with her eyes. Feelin' like God put an angel on Earth just for you, who could rescue you from the depths of hell. And you wouldn't know what it's like to be her angel, to have that love for her be there forever. Through anything.Through cancer. And you wouldn't know about sleepin' sittin' up in a hospital room... for two months, holding her hand, because the doctors could see in your eyes... that the terms 'visiting hours' don't apply to you. You don't know about real loss, 'cause that only occurs when you love something more than you love yourself. I doubt you've ever dared to love anybody that much.

Adrian Cronauer says: This will NOT look good on a résumé!

Adrian Cronauer says: This will NOT look good on a resume.

Armand Goldman says: I think I need a doctor.

Albert Goldman / Starina says: Oh, don't be silly. It isn't even swollen.

Armand Goldman says: Maybe we should go to the emergency room. Y'know I can get it x-rayed.

Albert Goldman / Starina says: Oh, dear, you're overreacting Don't be such a baby. Just sit down on the-AAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!! We've been robbed.

Albert Goldman / Starina says: Oh, dear, you're overreacting Don't be such a baby. Just sit down on the-AAAAAAHHHHHH! We've been robbed.

Lovelace says: The aliens are gone! All this flipper flappin for nothin!

Seymour "Sy" Parrish says: Family photos depict smiling faces... births, weddings, holidays, children's birthday parties. People take pictures of the happy moments in their lives. Someone looking through our photo album would conclude that we had led a joyous, leisurely existence free of tragedy. No one ever takes a photograph of something they want to forget

Seymour "Sy" Parrish says: [voice-over following opening interrogation room scene] Family photos depict smiling faces... births, weddings, holidays, children's birthday parties. People take pictures of the happy moments in their lives. Someone looking through our photo album would conclude that we had led a joyous, leisurely existence free of tragedy. No one ever takes a photograph of something they want to forget.

Alan Parrish says: WHAT YEAR IS IT!?!

Alan Parrish says: WHAT YEAR IS IT!

Dale Putley says: For years I've thought about killing myself... it's the only thing that's kept me going.

Genie says: (sarcastically)Jafar, Jafar. He's our man...if he can't do it, GREAT!

Genie says: [sarcastically Jafar, Jafar. He's our man...if he can't do it, GREAT!

Sean McGuire says: So if I asked you about art, you'd probably give me the skinny on every art book ever written. Michelangelo, you know a lot about him. Life's work, political aspirations, him and the pope, sexual orientations, the whole works, right? But I'll bet you can't tell me what it smells like in the Sistine Chapel. You've never actually stood there and looked up at that beautiful ceiling; seen that. If I ask you about women, you'd probably give me a syllabus about your personal favorites. You may have even been laid a few times. But you can't tell me what it feels like to wake up next to a woman and feel truly happy. You're a tough kid. And I'd ask you about war, you'd probably throw Shakespeare at me, right, "once more unto the breach dear friends." But you've never been near one. You've never held your best friend's head in your lap, watch him gasp his last breath looking to you for help. I'd ask you about love, you'd probably quote me a sonnet. But you've never looked at a woman and been totally vulnerable. Known someone that could level you with her eyes, feeling like God put an angel on earth just for you. Who could rescue you from the depths of hell. And you wouldn't know what it's like to be her angel, to have that love for her, be there forever, through anything, through cancer. And you wouldn't know about sleeping sitting up in the hospital room for two months, holding her hand, because the doctors could see in your eyes, that the terms "visiting hours" don't apply to you. You don't know about real loss, 'cause it only occurs when you've loved something more than you love yourself. And I doubt you've ever dared to love anybody that much. And look at you... I don't see an intelligent, confident man... I see a cocky, scared shitless kid. But you're a genius Will. No one denies that. No one could possibly understand the depths of you. But you presume to know everything about me because you saw a painting of mine, and you ripped my fucking life apart. You're an orphan right? [Will nods]

Sean McGuire says: You think I know the first thing about how hard your life has been, how you feel, who you are, because I read Oliver Twist? Does that encapsulate you? Personally... I don't give a shit about all that, because you know what, I can't learn anything from you, I can't read in some fuckin' book. Unless you want to talk about you, who you are. Then I'm fascinated. I'm in. But you don't want to do that do you sport? You're terrified of what you might say. Your move, chief.

Teddy Roosevelt says: (Trying to interpret the tablet) The man with the spear trapped the sideways fish in a vase. ...........Ah! And there was also a beetle.

Teddy Roosevelt says: [rying to interpret the tablet] The man with the spear trapped the sideways fish in a vase. Ah! And there was also a beetle.

Teddy Roosevelt says: [trying to interpret the tablet] The man with the spear trapped the sideways fish in a vase. Ah! And there was also a beetle.

Teddy Roosevelt says: The key to happiness is doing what you love.

Peter Banning/Peter Pan says: I want to speak to a grown-up!

Rufio says: All grown-ups are pirates.

Peter Banning/Peter Pan says: [puzzled] What did you say?

Rufio says: [smiling] We kill pirates.

Peter Banning/Peter Pan says: I am not a pirate. More specifically, I am a lawyer.

Rufio says: Kill the lawyer! [the Lost Boys roar in agreement]

Peter Banning/Peter Pan says: I'm not *that* kind of lawyer!

Armand Goldman says: There's only one place in the world I call home and it's because you're there. So take it. What difference does it make if I say you can stay or you say I can stay? It's ours.

Armand Goldman says: So this is hell...and there's a crucifix here.

Armand Goldman says: So this is Hell... and there's a crucifix here.

Mrs. Iphegenia Doubtfire says: It was a run-by fruiting!

Genie says: So move.

Genie says: That's a good move. (impersonating Rodney Dangerfield): I can't believe it, I'm losing to a rug.