Cover image for Good morning, Vietnam
Title:
Good morning, Vietnam
Author:
Williams, Robin, 1952 July 21-
Edition:
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
Burbank, Calif. : Touchstone Home Video : Distributed by Buena Vista Home Video, [1987]

©1987
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (121 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
Imported by the Army for an early morning radio show in Vietnam, disc jockey Adrian Cronauer blasts the formerly staid, sanitized airwaves with a constant barrage of rapid-fire humor and the hottest hits from back home. The G.I.'s love him, but the brass is up in arms.
General Note:
Widescreen.

DVD.

Rated R.

Title from disc.

Originally issued as a motion picture in 1987.

Includes theatrical trailer and chapter search.

"15279."

For specific features see interactive menu.
Language:
English
Personal Subject:
ISBN:
9781558908895
Format :
DVD

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Summary

A DJ in Vietnam takes orders lightly and the conflict wholeheartedly, but finally learns the reality of his situation.


Author Notes

Robin McLaurin Williams was born in Chicago, Illinois on July 21, 1951. He studied acting at the Juilliard School. He was an actor and comedian, who appeared in both television shows and feature films. His television shows included Mork and Mindy and The Crazy Ones. He starred in numerous films including Popeye, Good Morning, Vietnam, Dead Poets Society, The Fisher King, Awakenings, Aladdin, Mrs. Doubtfire, Patch Adams, Bicentennial Man, Insomnia, Night at the Museum, Lee Daniels' The Butler, Merry Friggin' Christmas, and Boulevard. He won an Oscar in 1998 for Good Will Hunting.

He also appeared in stand-up comedy specials like Robin Williams: An Evening at the Met and in an annual series of HBO telethons for Comic Relief, a charity organization that helps homeless people and others in need. In 2011, he made his acting debut on Broadway in Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. He suffered from drug and alcohol addiction in the past and was currently battling severe depression. He died of a suspected suicide due to asphyxia on August 11, 2014 at the age of 63.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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