Robin Williams' death, a suicide at 63, touched a collective nerve, and the hearts of his myriad fans. Some looked back with awe at the nonpareil comedy he pinwheeled, in clubs, concerts and late-night TV, and in indelible characters like Mindy's Mork and Aladdin's Genie. Many more thought of Williams as one of the brave little men he incarnated in dramatic films. Moviegoers detected the ache in his comic panache and the sad sweetness at his core. They loved the guy. Didn't he know that?
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