The clip shows Dober interrupting Williams to break the news of comedian John Belushi’s death – and shows Williams’ reaction to the news.
When Murphy told Costa that Belushi was dead that morning, Costa found it hard to digest the news, “No, I said, I was with him. John was not dead. I was with him last night.”
“Blues Brothers” star Belushi died in 1982 at the Chatto Marmond in Los Angeles at the age of 33 from a drug overdose of cocaine and heroin.
After Murphy warns Costa: “I can not let what happened to him happen” and by the time it was time for the couple to settle down again by knocking on the door, Costa returned to read the lines – this time, a break in his voice.
The short film made some viewers yearn for the full biography of Williams, who battled dementia and committed suicide in 2014.
“Who else believes that Jamie will star in Robin’s biography since you saw Robin’s First Impression?” One wrote.
“It’s one thing to resemble a person, but he’s so vocal and his behavior and expressions so amazing. I hope this film is made. I still feel his loss,” said another.
“It’s absolutely incredible. Make this full-length movie and hire this man now!” One-third wrote.