In Tribute: Robin Williams' Most Musical Moments From Film & TV
August 11th, 2015
by BroadwayBox Staff
The late, great Robin Williams had one fantastic Broadway credit to his resume (2011’s Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo) and one fantastic off-Broadway one (LCT’s Waiting for Godot). But there are few performers we would consider more theatrical than Williams, who passed away on August 11, 2014.
In honor of the one year anniversary of Robin Williams' passing, we look back at the Juilliard alum’s most musical moments from his illustrious and beloved film and TV career.
Eclectic Celebration of the Dance, The Birdcage
“I Could Have Danced All Night”, The Birdcage
“I Yam What I Yam”, Popeye
Transformation Sequence, Mrs. Doubtfire
Dinosaur Medley, Mrs. Doubtfire
“Blame Canada”, 2000 Academy Awards
“My Way”, Happy Feet
“I Feel Good”, Good Morning Vietnam
The Dance Sequence, The Fisher King
Batty's Rap, FernGully
“Friend Like Me”, Aladdin
“Prince Ali,” Aladdin
Finally, closing it out with Aladdin’s beautiful Robin Williams tribute from last year.