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PROPERTY SOLD TO ESTABLISH THE ROBIN WILLIAMS SCHOLARSHIP FUND AT THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL

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ROBIN WILLIAMS GOLDEN GLOBE AWARD, BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE COMEDY OR MUSICAL FOR THE FISHER KING (1991) 
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PROPERTY SOLD TO ESTABLISH THE ROBIN WILLIAMS SCHOLARSHIP FUND AT THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL

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ROBIN WILLIAMS GOLDEN GLOBE AWARD, BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE COMEDY OR MUSICAL FOR THE FISHER KING (1991) 
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[The Fisher King]
ROBIN WILLIAMS GOLDEN GLOBE AWARD, BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE COMEDY OR MUSICAL FOR THE FISHER KING (1991) 
No. 9409 (height: 10 1/2 in.; 26.7 cm), presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, recognizing excellence in film and television for the year 1991.
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The Fisher King (Tri-Star, 1991) brought Williams together with Jeff Bridges and director Terry Gilliam. A characteristically eccentric Gilliam production, The Fisher King told a redemptive story of Jack Lucas, a misanthropic shock jock who encounters Parry, played be Williams, a homeless man with delusional aspirations to recover the Holy Grail. 

Besting close friend Billy Crystal, and co-star Bridges, Williams won his third award at the 49th Golden Globe Awards on January 18, 1992. He delivered his acceptance speech with trademark energy and humor, closing on tender note by saying: "Most of all, I think I would like to thank a woman who is my muse, who is my flame, Marsha, my wife." Williams's Golden Globe win was followed shortly by an Oscar nomination for Best Actor. 

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