If you haven't been under a rock since 1995, chances are you've seen one of Robin Williams' most famous films, Jumanji, at least once. In light of the actor's recent passing, one small town has created a small tribute to share their sympathy and remembrance.
Jumanji was filmed in the small town of Keene, New Hampshire, but all traces of filming were erased once crews moved out. After the announcement of his death, citizens took it upon themselves to repaint the iconic "Parrish Shoes" sign -- in the film, Williams' father owned a shoe factory.
Clearly leaving an impact on the town, Williams was even rewarded the keys to the city once filming was complete. The town now has a small but meaningful sign to keep his memory.