ByKarly Rayner, writer at
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Karly Rayner

The sheer hilarity of Robin Williams's roles in our favorite childhood movies was often drawn directly from the late comedy great's legendary improv skills, and sometimes a surprisingly rude joke was clearly just too funny for the censors to pull.

While these references probably sailed right over your head as an innocent sprog, as adults it's easy to see why your parents found some of the joke a lot funnier than you did!

Below are some of the naughtiest jokes that Williams snuck into kids' movies, but do you remember any of them from your childhood?

1. Earth Moving Honeymoon Action - Aladdin and the King of Thieves

When an earthquake starts making Aladdin and Jasmine's wedding pavilion bump and grind in Aladdin and the King of Thieves, the Genie lightens the mood with some naughty innuendo that was definitely placed there just for the parents.

2. Rumpleforeskin - Mrs. Doubtfire

When the late great Robin Williams was given the freedom to really run his mouth and let the improvisation flow, fast-paced adult humor is the inevitable result and Mrs. Doubtfire was riddled with references way too rude for kids to understand.

One of the most cascading waterfalls of filth to flow out of the newly hired Nanny's mouth appears when 'she' is speaking to Stu about bedroom power tools and foreskins. Check it out for yourself below:

Mrs. Doubtfire: Sink the sub. Hide the weasel. Park the porpoise. A bit of the old Humpty Dumpty, Little Jack Horny, the Horizontal Mambo, hmm? The Bone Dancer, Rumpleforeskin, Baloney Bop, a bit of the old Cunning Linguistics?

Stu: Mrs. Doubtfire, please.

Mrs. Doubtfire: Oh I'm sorry, am I being a little graphic? I'm sorry. Well, I hope you're up for a little competition. She's got a power tool in the bedroom, dear. It's her own personal jackhammer. She could break sidewalks with that thing. She uses it and the lights dim, it's like a prison movie. Amazed she hasn't chipped her teeth... I hope you bring cocktail sauce. She's got the crabs dear and I don't mean Dungeness.

3. Genital Gazing - Hook

I can vividly remember asking my dad what a gynecologist was, I can also vividly remember the fetching color of crimson he went when he explained it was 'a kind of doctor for ladies.' Soz, dad!

4. Itchy Pocket Rocket - FernGully

Although the full 'Batty Rap' didn't make it into Fern Gully, those of you who were absolutely addicted to the soundtrack (this song is like crack for the ears, even now!) will remember the talk about "eye makeup being rectally inserted" and itchy genitals. If you need a reminder, some of the lyrics go:

I suffer from sciatica and chapped lips
And jock itch - like a rocket in my pocket
And I need to scratch - but now I can't stop it
I'm batty - I'm batty - It's my batty rap

I think you should get some cream for that, hun.

5. Mohel Madness - Mrs. Doubtfire

Robin Williams' quick-fire comedy genius once again led us to decidedly naughty pastures during the scene where Daniel is plastering his face in makeup to shape-shift into an elderly woman. At one point, he breaks into a Yiddish accent and says the following:

"I should never buy gribenes from a mohel. It's so chewy."

If you happen to be of the Jewish persuasion or were paying attention in religious studies lessons, this phrase will probably automatically get you blushing. You see, gribenes is a kosher dish consisting of onions and chicken skin and a Mohel is the man who performs circumcisions. Yep, it's a gag about chowing down on discarded foreskins. They're so chewy, apparently.

6. Oedipal Complex - Hook

You know Oedipal complex, that Freudian theory that means your deep subconscious wants to get it on with whatever parent happens to be the opposite sex to you? Turns out Peter Pan from Hook does, too...

"You're a... you're a complex Freudian hallucination having something to do with my mother and I don't know why you have wings, but you have very lovely legs."

7. Flatulent Orgasm - Adventures of Baron Munchausen

Described by TIME as "A lavish fairy tale for bright children of all ages," Terry Gilliam's Adventures of Baron Munchausen also contains some decidedly adult jokes from Robin Williams, who plays the King of the Moon, the most risqué being:

"No, let me go! I've got tides to regulate! Comets to direct! I don't have time for flatulence and orgasms!"


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