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Toys, starring Robin Williams, hit theaters for six unimpressive weeks at the end of 1992. Originally written in 1978 by director/ writer Barry Levinson (known for Rain Man, Good Morning Vietnam and others), it was marketed as a Christmas movie for kids. Toys bombed, partially due to the fact that the movie featured almost no children, and had very little to do with Christmas. Instead, viewers were presented...
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