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Robin Williams Films Take Over Amazon’s Best Seller’s List

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After the death of beloved actor and comedian Robin Williams, 63, Monday, seven of his films are now in Amazon’s top 20 best selling “Movies and TV.”

“Dead Poets Society” ranks at number four, and the list continues with “Mrs. Doubtfire,” “Good Will Hunting,” “Good Morning Vietnam,” and “Patch Adams.” (RELATED: Remembering Robin Williams: His Greatest Roles)

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Williams, who had been seeking treatment for depression, died at his home Monday, and in a press conference Tuesday the Marin County Sheriff’s Department ruled the preliminary cause of death as “asphyxia due to hanging.”

He leaves behind four yet-released films. A “Mrs. Doubtfire” sequel was in the works, and has likely been canceled. (RELATED: The Most Touching Robin Williams Tribute Is From His Daughter)