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The World According to Garp

Robin Williams is writer, wrestler and family man T S Garp in this George Roy Hill adaptation of the John Irving bestseller. With Glenn Close as his mother, Mary Beth Hurt as his wife and John Lithgow as his transsexual friend who used to play professional football.

Year: 1982
Genre: Comedy, Transvestism
Country: USA
Director: George Roy Hill
Starring: Glenn Close, Mary Beth Hurt, Robin Williams, John Lithgow
Duration: 136 Minutes
Rating: R16
7.2/10
Location in store: Comedy

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