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‘The Shining’ actress Shelley Duvall reveals mental illness

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Italian filmmakers, brothers Paolo (L) and Vittorio Taviani surrounded by Italian actress Monica Vitti (C) and US actress Shelley Duvall (R), pose on May 13, 1977 with their Golden Palm after being awarded the highest prize to a competing their film 'Padre Padrone' at the Cannes Film Festival. Duvall was awarded a Best Actress by the Cannes Film Festival and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association for her portrayal of the delusional Millie Lammoreaux in Altman's 3 Women. AFP PHOTO RALPH GATTI / AFP / RALPH GATTI (Photo credit should read RALPH GATTI/AFP/Getty Images)

“The Shining” star Shelley Duvall has made some disturbing comments during an appearance on “Dr. Phil.”

A clip released from the show features Duvall telling the talk-show host, “I’m very sick, I need help.”

Duvall, 67, acted opposite big names such as Jack Nicholson in “The Shining” and Robin Williams in “Popeye” in the 1970s and 1980s.

She was last seen in the 2002 comedy “Manna From Heaven.”

Duvall now says she does not believe her former co-star Williams is really dead but is “shape shifting.” (Williams committed suicide in 2014.)

“Do you see him?” Dr. Phil asked her in a clip.

“Have, yes” Duvall replied.

She also talks during the interview of being threatened and having a disc implanted in her leg.

“The man who’s threatening me is the Sheriff of Nottingham,” Duvall said.

The “Dr. Phil” episode featuring Duvall will air Friday.