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Remember Mike Nichols By Streaming His Films Online

Remember Mike Nichols By Streaming His Films Online

The world was rocked with the news this morning that Mike Nichols, the beloved director of “The Graduate,” had passed away at the age of 83, leaving behind his wife, Diane Sawyer, and three children.

The legacy left behind by the Oscar, Tony, Grammy and Emmy winner is awe-inspiring. On top of “The Graduate,” Nichols is best remembered for directing the classic films “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” “Catch-22,” “Working Girl,” “Silkwood,” “Primary Colors” and the HBO miniseries “Angels in America.”

To remember the icon, Indiewire has culled through the Amazon Prime and Netflix streaming libraries to list his films available to view online:

“The Graduate,” starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft
Watch Here: Netflix, Amazon Prime

“The Birdcage,” starring Robin Williams, Nathan Lane, Gene Hackman and Dianne Wiest
Watch Here: Netflix, Amazon Prime

“Angels in America,” starring Meryl Streep, Al Pacino and Patrick Wilson
Watch Here: Amazon Prime

“Heartburn,” starring Meryl Street and Jack Nicholson
Watch Here: Netflix

Since so few of his films are available to stream online, below you’ll find some of his best TV appearances:

Nichols winning his Oscar for directing “The Graduate”:

Nichols accepting his 2012 Tony for directing “Death of a Salesman”:

Nichols’ classic “Mother and Son” skit, with Elaine May:

Nichols accepting his AFI Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010:

The PBS Masters Documentary on Nichols and May:

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