Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) is Robin Williams at his best. It’s a perfect showcase for his manic and oft-improvised comedy. But it’s also got that strong emotional core we’ve come to expect whenever Williams is involved with a project. In stark contrast to the zany gags, it was one of the first times a mainstream film laid bare a lesser-discussed aspect of divorce: how the man is frequently shafted in the custody battle. Mrs. Doubfire is funny. It makes you feel things. And it’s just a straight-up important story for the modern world to see. Scroll through for some things you may not have known about the classic film.