Robin Williams' legacy isn't just his wonderful movie roles - it's also his brilliant stand-up comedy.
And here's one highlight from a career that spanned four decades: a routine about golf - and how the Scots invented it - from his 2002 show Robin Williams: Live On Broadway.
Of course, a Scottish accent was just one of many that Mr Williams could do - as this clip from Ellen DeGeneres' show proves:
(Note: the Scottish clip includes NSFW language. And not just the word 'croquet'.)
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