Robin Williams has passed away earlier today. He was a great actor and a great comedian. Dead Poets Society was one of his best and most inspiring films. For his role in it, Williams was nominated for an Oscar for best leading actor (The film won an Academy Award for best screen play and was also nominated for Best Film and Peter Weir was also nominated for best director). The above video is from its final scene after Williams's character, John Keating, has been fired from a boy's prep school in 1959 (a fictional Welton Academy).
O' Captain! My Captain!
Bless you Robin Williams. Thank you for the laughter and inspiration. I too sir, am standing on my chair.
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