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Famous 'Good Will Hunting' Bench Memorialized After Robin Williams' Death (Photo)

Famous 'Good Will Hunting' Bench Memorialized After Robin Williams' Death (Photo)

The famous bench from Robin Williams‘ movie Good Will Hunting has been memorialized after his tragic death yesterday.

A Twitter user posted a picture of the sidewalk chalk artwork which read famous quotes from the movie including “Sorry guys, I went to see about a girl” and “Your move, chief.”

Check out a clip from Good Will Hunting on the famous bench below in a scene featuring Robin and Matt Damon.

Robin‘s role in Good Will Hunting earned him an Oscar. Tributes for Robin have also popped up outside of the Boulder home where the ’80s television series Mork & Mindy filmed, the Mrs Doubtfire home in San Francisco, and more.

Our continued thoughts go out to Robin‘s family and loved ones during this difficult time.


Robin Williams in Good Will Hunting

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