In his final role, Robin Williams voices a talking dog in Terry Jones’ Absolutely Anything — watch

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In his final performance before tragically dying in August 2014, Robin Williams contributed his iconic voice to Absolutely Anything, the new film from Monty Python’s Terry Jones and starring Simon Pegg.

Set to hit theaters early next year, Absolutely Anything is about a disillusioned school teacher (played by Pegg) who is given the power to do anything he wants at the behest of a group of aliens watching him from space.

In anticipation, Deadline has premiered a scene from the film in which Pegg gives his dog (voiced by Williams) the ability to speak. Watch below.

Absolutely Anything also stars Kate Beckinsale along with the voices of Jones’ Monty Python troupe mates Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, John Cleese, and Eric Idle.

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