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Five criminally underseen Robin Williams performances

It's hard to believe that it's been two years to the day that we lost Robin Williams.

So many great films. So many iconic performances. So many reasons to rue his loss.

Naturally, you probably think of him in-drag as Doubtfire, the Arabian genie suspiciously literate in '90s pop culture in Aladdin, or, come to think of it, any classic of his pomp when remembering the great man.

But what about those lesser-known roles? The performances which, for whatever reason, never picked up the acclaim they should? Well you're in luck.

Here we salute the lesser-seen film roles of the like we'll never see again...

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