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Saturday Night Live’ spoofs ‘Dead Poets Society’

"Saturday Night Live" delivered a brilliant spoof of 1989 Robin Williams-starrer "Dead Poets Society" for its season finale.

By: PTI | New York |
May 24, 2016 5:10:27 pm
Saturday Night Live, Dead Poets Society, Robin Williams, Saturday Night Live news, Saturday Night Live spoof, Saturday Night Live Dead Poets Society, entertainment news “Saturday Night Live” delivered a brilliant spoof of 1989 Robin Williams-starrer “Dead Poets Society” for its season finale.

“Saturday Night Live” delivered a brilliant spoof of 1989 Robin Williams-starrer “Dead Poets Society” for its season finale.

‘Farewell Mr Bunting’ saw Fred Armisen’s teacher get a touching send-off from his students despite the protests of Bobby Moynihan’s principal, reported Huffington Post.

Echoing the iconic “O Captain! My Captain” speech from the movie, Mr Bunting’s students get up on their chairs one-by-one and say the phrase, “I sing my song for all to hear”.

“Saturday Night Live” season finale also saw Andy Samberg and The Lonely Island return with an outrageous new song about Osama Bin Laden.

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