iTunes adds Robin Williams tribute section with over 40 movies



The tragic news of Robin Williams’ sudden death has sent most of us on a YouTube binge, watching TV shows, movies, and stand-up comedy bits from the funniest man who ever lived, and now Apple is paying its respects to the late-comedian with a new iTunes section dedicated to the world’s favorite cross-dressing funny man.

Along with highlighting Williams’ incredible career that included an Oscar for his performance in Good Will Hunting, the iTunes section highlights Robin’s philanthropic work with Comic Relief USA that raised $50 million for charity.

Classics like Mrs. Doubtfire, Dead Poets Society, Good Morning Vietnam, and The Bird Cage all make an appearance on the list, but if you scroll through you can find 40 of his other gems like Death to Smoochie, What Dreams May Come, Jack, Hook, and more from the comedian whose charismatic appeal spread across multiple genres and generations like no artist before him.

You can also find some of Robin’s stand up specials as well as his TV show, The Crazy Ones in the section, but if you’re looking for something a little more personal, I recommend listening to his 2010 appearance on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast.

Source: iTunes

  • Prof. Peabody

    “Death to Schmoochie,” (though Robin Williams is far from the lead or the best part in it), is one of the finest movies of the last twenty years. Brilliant in every way.