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Source:  Decider

If you’re someone who’s gone through all 52 episodes of “Bob Ross: Beauty is Everywhere” and “Chill with Bob Ross” on Netflix, you might be interested to know that there’s a one-hour Bob Ross documentary available on Amazon Prime Video.

Much like his transformative PBS series, “Bob Ross: The Happy Painter” is an uplifting journey that will make you smile.

Detailing Ross’s childhood, rise to fame, and unfortunate passing, the film is a celebration of one of the most iconic and beloved TV personalities of all time.

In terms of structure, “The Happy Painter” doesn’t reinvent the wheel.

Featuring interviews with friends, co-workers, and an eclectic group of celebrities — including Brad Paisley, Terrence Howard, Phil Donahue, and Jane Seymour — the film uses classic “Joy of Painting” episodes and rare footage to, pardon the pun, paint a better picture of the inspirational teacher.

Read the story at Decider.

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