We can all sum up the career of Robin Williams in just two words: comedy genius. Williams emerged as a comedic force with his breakout role in the TV series Mork & Mindy. He parlayed that small screen success into feature film gold by playing a number of characters that left an indelible mark on our childhood. Remember Mrs. Doubtfire? Or what about Jumanji? How about the Night at the Museum? If all else fails, there's always Aladdin. Throughout his career, Robin was also able to sprinkle in five HBO stand-up specials.
Now, you can get all of his best work and more in one place with Robin Williams: Comic Genius. The 22-disc box set created by Time Life features more than 50 hours of video from Williams' legacy. The collection includes all of his HBO stand-up specials, unforgettable talk show and late night TV appearances, 11 episodes of Mork & Mindy, a ton of behind-the-scenes footage, and the 2018 HBO documentary, Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind.
The announcement of the collection comes after a mural located on the side of the Concord Music Hall in Williams' hometown of Chicago was erected in conjunction with Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.
Williams died by suicide on August 11, 2014. He was 63.