Looking at the "Aladdin" poster in my living room will always give chills. Not only because it's my favorite film from the Disney Renaissance, but also because of Robin Williams's autograph. He was simply the greatest there ever was and ever will be. And when he died, I looked at that picture for hours just remembering his legacy.
How did I get it, you may ask? It was the one time that I attended the Academy Awards. He was there as a presenter, so he was all loose and fun—just the way we'd all like to remember him. I was actually worried I might ruin his good mood by asking him to sign my "Aladdin" posters. Firstly, it was a movie he did ages ago (but perhaps his most remembered role). And secondly, I had a few copies with me. Signing one poster might already annoy these A-listers, what more when it's multiple?
Well, when he approached me, I heaved a huge sigh of relief because he didn't get annoyed at me at all! He even joked that I had too many copies of the poster and that I was obsessed (which I am!). He did so with one of his many funny voices too, so I was stunned when that moment happened. Still, the mere fact I got his autographs still floored me! This was a movie legend signing my poster! I couldn't believe it!
As for Aladdin and Jasmine, or Linda Larkin and Scott Weinger, I got their autographs when they attended the premiere of the "Aladdin" musical on Broadway. But with all due respect to them, Williams' autograph was already enough. You can have these extra copies, I'm keeping mine framed in my house!
Please note: Our inventory is limited as we may have only received a few posters in total. Most of our items are obtained from film premieres, studios, and from autographed hounds such as the one in the story above.