This just in from zap2it.com: LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) Much of NBC's telefilm present continues to be raiding ABC's past. Just as the network did with "Charlie's Angels" and "Three's Company," NBC is taking a warts-and-all look back on a classic ABC series with "Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of 'Mork & Mindy.'" The original movie will look at the 95-episode run of the "Happy Days" spinoff, which premiered in 1978. Much of the focus will be on the rise to fame of star Robin Williams, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Canadian actor Chris Diamantopoulos, who starred in the ABC pilot "The DeMarco Affairs" from David E. Kelly, has been cast as Williams. Diamantopoulos has appeared on Broadway in "The Full Monty" and in episodes of "American Dreams" and "Charmed." Garry Marshall, who executive produced "Happy Days" and "Mork & Mindy," will also play a major role in the movie, though the part has yet to be cast. Matt Dorff, who looked at yet another ABC show for the NBC movie "Growing Up Brady," will executive produce the "Mork" movie, which was written by David Misch ("Duckman"), who got his start as a writer on "Mork & Mindy." Neill Fearnley of "Inside the Osmonds," will direct the movie, which will go into production next Month. "The movie is a celebration of a great sitcom and the comic genius of Robin Williams," Dorff says. "It also explores the downside of the show's overnight success when the network takes a hit show and tries to fix it." Among the network "fixes" on "Mork & Mindy" were the firing of original cast members Conrad Janis and Elizabeth Kerr and the introduction of Jonathan Winters' reverse-aging baby Mearth from Earth. ******************************************** All though those movies seem to be cheesy they always seem to have something new about the series that I never knew. It'll be interesting to see if Chris can channel Robin's manic energy.