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Robin Williams' deleted scenes from Mrs Doubtfire will give you goosebumps


"Why can't you and Mom pretend to be happy?"

Good Lord. Has someone been chopping onions in the office again? 

Three deleted scenes from 1993's Mrs Doubtfire have appeared online, serving as a painful reminder of the loss of its star, comic legend Robin Williams. 

Packing more of an emotional than comical punch, the newly released footage gives an extending insight into the worsening fractions in the Hillard family. They don't alter the film's final narrative in any way, but neatly demonstrate Williams' superb range of acting abilities. 

Grab yourself a box of tissues and prepare to board the Feels Train - destination, Weepy City.

(Image: Rex)



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