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VIDEO: Robert DeNiro Talks New Documentary on His Late Father

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Actor Robert De Niro stopped by this morning's TODAY on NBC to talk about the new documentary about his father, the late artist Robert De Niro Sr.

"I just felt I had to (talk about him)," De Niro told Today's Matt Lauer. During the appearance, the actor read from his father's journals which are featured in the film, "Remembering the Artist: Robert De Niro, Sr."

"The intention was to make a documentary about my father -because I owed it to him and all the family, because of the great work that he had done," said De Niro. Watch the appearance below!

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VIDEO: Robert DeNiro Talks New Documentary on His Late Father

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