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Born: June 28, 1926 Cause of Death:
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Director (feature film)

1.
Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995) as Director
Count Dracula, the Prince of Darkness, is dead and he's loving it but he's also in for some ego-puncturing problems and horrific surprises never encountered by Bela Lugosi or Gary Oldman. On Dracula's bumpy quest for blood, the blundering bloodsucker exhibits a dazzling and hilarious array of supernatural magic, including flying, superhuman falls, hanging upside-down, clinging to the ceiling, long-distance hypnosis, shadows with a mind of their own, and morphing into an accident-prone bat. Meanwhile, the immortal count's mortal enemy, Dr. Van Helsing, a brilliant professor of weird phenomena and world-famous vampire hunter, is busily masterminding the plan to expose and corner the bloodsucker who has infiltrated London's high society.
2.
Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993) as Director
A spoof of "Robin Hood."
3.
Life Stinks (1991) as Director
A callous billionaire makes a bet that turns his super luxurious lifestyle upsidedown.
4.
Spaceballs (1987) as Director
Only a rogue space merchant can stop an evil dictator from stealing a planet's air supply.
5.
History of the World Part I (1981) as Director
A funny look at the history of the world according to Mel Brooks.
6.
High Anxiety (1977) as Director
A man must come to terms with his own "high anxiety" in this loving parody of the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
7.
Silent Movie (1976) as Director
A film director struggles to produce a major silent feature film.
8.
Blazing Saddles (1974) as Director
A black sheriff takes on a corrupt town boss and a sultry saloon singer.
9.
Young Frankenstein (1974) as Director
Victor Frankenstein, (that's pronounced Frahnken-steen) is a neurosurgeon who has spent his life distancing himself from the legend of his grandfather who created the monster. But when Victor inherits Frankenstein Castle, he is drawn into the family business of reanimating life. Now proudly reclaiming the original pronunciation of his surname, Victor is aided in his work by his pretty assistant Inga, hunchback Igor (pronounced Eye-gor) and Frau Blücher who turns out to have been his grandfather's girlfriend! Together, they create a new monster/man-about-town.
10.
The Twelve Chairs (1970) as Director
A fallen aristocrat, a priest and a con artist search for a treasure of jewels hidden inside one of twelve dining chairs.
11.
The Producers (1968) as Director
A Broadway producer decides to get rich by creating the biggest flop of his career.

Cast (feature film)

12.
Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014)
Mr. Peabody, the most accomplished dog in the world, and his mischievous boy Sherman use their time machine-the Wabac-to go on the most outrageous adventures known to man or dog. But when Sherman takes the Wabac out for a joyride to impress his friend Penny, they accidentally rip a hole in the unive
13.
Robots (2005) as Voice
Set in a world entirely inhabited by robots.
14.
Producers, The (2005)
It's a 1959, and Broadway is buzzing with some of the theater world's biggest names. Producer Max Bialystock, however, is no longer one of them. One day, mousy accountant Leo Bloom shows up at Bialystock's office to do his books and innocently remarks that a dishonest man could make more money produ
15.
It's a Very Muppet Christmas Movie (2002) as Voice
Kermit must protect the theater from an evil banker who wants to destroy and reopen it as a nightclub.
16.
Screw Loose (2000)
A rich Italian leaves half of his company to the American who saved his life in World War II. The man's son finds that American in a mental hospital and kidnaps him.
17.
AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies (1998)
This American Film Institute special covers the full spectrum of American movie making from westerns to musicals focussing on the top 100 films chosen by the AFI including Psycho, On the Waterfront, E.T. - The extra-terrestrial, West Side Story, Citizen Kane, 2001, and many others.
18.
American Dreamers (1996)
Special featuring clips from a variety of motion pictures and commentary from celebrities on the subject of success, the American dream and how people have been shaped by the world of movies. Also included are comments from the people whose stories inspired films such as "Rocky," "Norma Rae," "Born
19.
Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995) as Professor Van Helsing
Count Dracula, the Prince of Darkness, is dead and he's loving it but he's also in for some ego-puncturing problems and horrific surprises never encountered by Bela Lugosi or Gary Oldman. On Dracula's bumpy quest for blood, the blundering bloodsucker exhibits a dazzling and hilarious array of supernatural magic, including flying, superhuman falls, hanging upside-down, clinging to the ceiling, long-distance hypnosis, shadows with a mind of their own, and morphing into an accident-prone bat. Meanwhile, the immortal count's mortal enemy, Dr. Van Helsing, a brilliant professor of weird phenomena and world-famous vampire hunter, is busily masterminding the plan to expose and corner the bloodsucker who has infiltrated London's high society.
20.
Silence Of The Hams, The (1994)
In this parody of horror films, a handsome but featherbrained FBI agent investigates a handful of murders committed by a serial killer.
21.
Little Rascals, The (1994) as Mr Welling
A group of young boys encounter a problem when one of their own falls for a girl and is no longer able to help out with a go-cart race.
22.
Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993) as Rabbi Tuckman
A spoof of "Robin Hood."
23.
Life Stinks (1991) as Goddard Bolt
A callous billionaire makes a bet that turns his super luxurious lifestyle upsidedown.
24.
Look Who's Talking Too (1990) as Voice Of Mr Toilet Man
Follow up to 1989's "Look Who's Talking."
25.
Spaceballs (1987) as President Skroob; Yogurt
Only a rogue space merchant can stop an evil dictator from stealing a planet's air supply.
26.
Sunset People (1984) as Himself
27.
To Be or Not to Be (1983) as Frederick Bronski
An actor and his wife struggle to survive (and make a living) when the Nazis invade Poland in this remake of "To Be or Not to Be" (1942).
28.
History of the World Part I (1981) as Comicus; Jacques; King Louis Xvi; Moses; Torquemada
A funny look at the history of the world according to Mel Brooks.
29.
Muppet Movie, The (1979) as Professor Max Krassman
Orson Welles interpreta Lew Lord, potente e famoso produttore cinematografico, contattato per produrre un film con Kermit la Rana e gli altri Muppets, dopo aver trattato con il loro agente.
30.
High Anxiety (1977) as Richard H Thorndyke
A man must come to terms with his own "high anxiety" in this loving parody of the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
31.
Silent Movie (1976) as Mel Funn
A film director struggles to produce a major silent feature film.
32.
Free To Be...You And Me (1974)
Explores the infinite possibilities of childhood. Filled with great songs and comedy bits from a range of stars, gentle lessons are served up about sharing, embracing individuality and celebrating diversity in others.
33.
Blazing Saddles (1974) as Governor Lepetomane; Indian Chief
A black sheriff takes on a corrupt town boss and a sultry saloon singer.
34.
The Twelve Chairs (1970) as Tikon
A fallen aristocrat, a priest and a con artist search for a treasure of jewels hidden inside one of twelve dining chairs.
35.
Putney Swope (1969) as Mr. Forget It
An unexpected member of the executive board of an advertising firm is accidentally put in charge.

Writer (feature film)

36.
Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd : Out of Control (2008)
The adventures of Bruce, a technician, and Lloyd, an analyst, at spy agency CONTROL.
37.
Get Smart (2008)
Maxwell Smart is on a mission to thwart the latest plot for world domination by the evil crime syndicate known as KAOS. When the headquarters of U.S. spy agency Control is attacked and the identities of its agents compromised, the Chief has no choice but to promote his ever-eager analyst Maxwell Smart, who has always dreamt of working in the field alongside stalwart superstar Agent 23. Smart is partnered instead with the lovely-but-lethal veteran Agent 99. Given little field experience and even less time, Smart--armed with nothing but a few spy-tech gadgets and his unbridled enthusiasm--must thwart the doomsday plans of KAOS head Siegfried.
38.
Producers, The (2005) as Screenplay (Adaptation)
It's a 1959, and Broadway is buzzing with some of the theater world's biggest names. Producer Max Bialystock, however, is no longer one of them. One day, mousy accountant Leo Bloom shows up at Bialystock's office to do his books and innocently remarks that a dishonest man could make more money produ
39.
Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995) as Screenwriter
Count Dracula, the Prince of Darkness, is dead and he's loving it but he's also in for some ego-puncturing problems and horrific surprises never encountered by Bela Lugosi or Gary Oldman. On Dracula's bumpy quest for blood, the blundering bloodsucker exhibits a dazzling and hilarious array of supernatural magic, including flying, superhuman falls, hanging upside-down, clinging to the ceiling, long-distance hypnosis, shadows with a mind of their own, and morphing into an accident-prone bat. Meanwhile, the immortal count's mortal enemy, Dr. Van Helsing, a brilliant professor of weird phenomena and world-famous vampire hunter, is busily masterminding the plan to expose and corner the bloodsucker who has infiltrated London's high society.
40.
Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993) as Screenwriter
A spoof of "Robin Hood."
41.
Life Stinks (1991) as From Story
A callous billionaire makes a bet that turns his super luxurious lifestyle upsidedown.
42.
Life Stinks (1991) as Screenwriter
A callous billionaire makes a bet that turns his super luxurious lifestyle upsidedown.
43.
Spaceballs (1987) as Screenwriter
Only a rogue space merchant can stop an evil dictator from stealing a planet's air supply.
44.
History of the World Part I (1981) as Screenwriter
A funny look at the history of the world according to Mel Brooks.
45.
Nude Bomb, The (1980) as Characters As Source Material ("Get Smart")
Maxwell Smart, Agent 86 from the secret counter-espionage agency CONTROL, works to stop enemies from exploding a bomb that would destroy all of the clothing in the world.
46.
High Anxiety (1977) as Screenwriter
A man must come to terms with his own "high anxiety" in this loving parody of the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
47.
Silent Movie (1976) as Screenwriter
A film director struggles to produce a major silent feature film.
48.
Young Frankenstein (1974)
Victor Frankenstein, (that's pronounced Frahnken-steen) is a neurosurgeon who has spent his life distancing himself from the legend of his grandfather who created the monster. But when Victor inherits Frankenstein Castle, he is drawn into the family business of reanimating life. Now proudly reclaiming the original pronunciation of his surname, Victor is aided in his work by his pretty assistant Inga, hunchback Igor (pronounced Eye-gor) and Frau Blücher who turns out to have been his grandfather's girlfriend! Together, they create a new monster/man-about-town.
49.
Blazing Saddles (1974) as Screenwriter
A black sheriff takes on a corrupt town boss and a sultry saloon singer.
50.
Young Frankenstein (1974) as Screenwriter
Victor Frankenstein, (that's pronounced Frahnken-steen) is a neurosurgeon who has spent his life distancing himself from the legend of his grandfather who created the monster. But when Victor inherits Frankenstein Castle, he is drawn into the family business of reanimating life. Now proudly reclaiming the original pronunciation of his surname, Victor is aided in his work by his pretty assistant Inga, hunchback Igor (pronounced Eye-gor) and Frau Blücher who turns out to have been his grandfather's girlfriend! Together, they create a new monster/man-about-town.
51.
The Twelve Chairs (1970) as Screenwriter
A fallen aristocrat, a priest and a con artist search for a treasure of jewels hidden inside one of twelve dining chairs.
52.
The Producers (1968) as Screenwriter
A Broadway producer decides to get rich by creating the biggest flop of his career.
53.
New Faces (1954) as Sketches mostly by
A filmed performance (in CinemaScope) of the highly popular Broadway hit that was basically a collection of skits, sketches, songs and dances built around a flimsy plot to meld them all together which, for the most part, worked. The plot involves a performer/producer (Ronny Graham)who finds himself in financial difficulties on the eve of opening night because a big check is needed before the curtain can go up. But a wealthy Texan says he will put up the money, if his daughter is in the show and he can see it first. End of plot, but the beginning of the careers of some young and talented people who have had careers across many decades. Ertha Kitt sings four songs, including "C'est Si Bon" and "Santa Baby" in and around some funny skits; "Trip of the Month", "Snake Charmer", "Crazy Man" and "Oedipus Goes South." Graham and Mel Brooks (in his Melvin Brooks days)are credited with most of the sketch material and just the title of the "Oedipus" bit suggests Brooks. There is a burlesque of "Death of a Salesman", which was probably the easiest to write of all. It also appears that when Brooks later did "The Producers", he hadn't forgotten everything about "New Faces."

Producer (feature film)

54.
Producers, The (2005) as Producer
It's a 1959, and Broadway is buzzing with some of the theater world's biggest names. Producer Max Bialystock, however, is no longer one of them. One day, mousy accountant Leo Bloom shows up at Bialystock's office to do his books and innocently remarks that a dishonest man could make more money produ
55.
Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995) as Producer
Count Dracula, the Prince of Darkness, is dead and he's loving it but he's also in for some ego-puncturing problems and horrific surprises never encountered by Bela Lugosi or Gary Oldman. On Dracula's bumpy quest for blood, the blundering bloodsucker exhibits a dazzling and hilarious array of supernatural magic, including flying, superhuman falls, hanging upside-down, clinging to the ceiling, long-distance hypnosis, shadows with a mind of their own, and morphing into an accident-prone bat. Meanwhile, the immortal count's mortal enemy, Dr. Van Helsing, a brilliant professor of weird phenomena and world-famous vampire hunter, is busily masterminding the plan to expose and corner the bloodsucker who has infiltrated London's high society.
56.
Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993) as Producer
A spoof of "Robin Hood."
57.
Vagrant, The (1992) as Executive Producer
A business executive buys a run-down house near what appears to be an urban wasteland and is soon troubled by the presence of a menacing, hideous-looking vagrant.
58.
Life Stinks (1991) as Producer
A callous billionaire makes a bet that turns his super luxurious lifestyle upsidedown.
59.
Spaceballs (1987) as Producer
Only a rogue space merchant can stop an evil dictator from stealing a planet's air supply.
60.
84 Charing Cross Road (1986) as Executive Producer
A writer's correspondence with a London book dealer leads to a close friendship.
61.
Fly, The (1986) as Executive Producer
Research scientist Seth Brundle invites science-magazine reporter Veronica Quaife to his lab for a demonstration of his telepod, which transfers matter through space. Veronica is around the lab for several weeks, and one day while discussing transporting humans with the device, she inadvertently persuades Seth into experimenting on himself. Unfortunately for everyone, Seth enters the telepod at the same time as a little housefly, with horrifying consequences.
62.
Solarbabies (1986) as Executive Producer
A group of incarcerated young athletes find their dismal lives changed when a benevolent force from another planet encourages them to escape.
63.
Doctor and the Devils, The (1985) as Executive Producer
Grave robbers supply a doctor with bodies for his laboratory testing.
64.
To Be or Not to Be (1983) as Producer
An actor and his wife struggle to survive (and make a living) when the Nazis invade Poland in this remake of "To Be or Not to Be" (1942).
65.
History of the World Part I (1981) as Producer
A funny look at the history of the world according to Mel Brooks.
66.
High Anxiety (1977) as Producer
A man must come to terms with his own "high anxiety" in this loving parody of the films of Alfred Hitchcock.

Music (feature film)

67.
Producers, The (2005)
It's a 1959, and Broadway is buzzing with some of the theater world's biggest names. Producer Max Bialystock, however, is no longer one of them. One day, mousy accountant Leo Bloom shows up at Bialystock's office to do his books and innocently remarks that a dishonest man could make more money produ
68.
Producers, The (2005) as Original Music
It's a 1959, and Broadway is buzzing with some of the theater world's biggest names. Producer Max Bialystock, however, is no longer one of them. One day, mousy accountant Leo Bloom shows up at Bialystock's office to do his books and innocently remarks that a dishonest man could make more money produ
69.
Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993) as Lyrics ("Men In Tights" "Marian" "Sherwood Forest Rap")
A spoof of "Robin Hood."
70.
Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993) as Music ("Men In Tights")
A spoof of "Robin Hood."
71.
Spaceballs (1987) as Song ("Spaceballs")
Only a rogue space merchant can stop an evil dictator from stealing a planet's air supply.
72.
To Be or Not to Be (1983) as Song Performer ("A Little Peace" "Ladies" "Sweet Georgia Brown")
An actor and his wife struggle to survive (and make a living) when the Nazis invade Poland in this remake of "To Be or Not to Be" (1942).
73.
To Be or Not to Be (1983) as Songs ("A Little Peace" "Ladies")
An actor and his wife struggle to survive (and make a living) when the Nazis invade Poland in this remake of "To Be or Not to Be" (1942).
74.
History of the World Part I (1981) as Song Performer ("The Inquisition")
A funny look at the history of the world according to Mel Brooks.
75.
History of the World Part I (1981) as Song ("The Inquisition" "Jews In Space")
A funny look at the history of the world according to Mel Brooks.
76.
High Anxiety (1977) as Song Performer ("High Anxiety")
A man must come to terms with his own "high anxiety" in this loving parody of the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
77.
High Anxiety (1977) as Song
A man must come to terms with his own "high anxiety" in this loving parody of the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
78.
Blazing Saddles (1974) as Songs ("I'M Tired")
A black sheriff takes on a corrupt town boss and a sultry saloon singer.
79.
The Producers (1968) as Composer
A Broadway producer decides to get rich by creating the biggest flop of his career.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

80.
Get Smart (2008)
Maxwell Smart is on a mission to thwart the latest plot for world domination by the evil crime syndicate known as KAOS. When the headquarters of U.S. spy agency Control is attacked and the identities of its agents compromised, the Chief has no choice but to promote his ever-eager analyst Maxwell Smart, who has always dreamt of working in the field alongside stalwart superstar Agent 23. Smart is partnered instead with the lovely-but-lethal veteran Agent 99. Given little field experience and even less time, Smart--armed with nothing but a few spy-tech gadgets and his unbridled enthusiasm--must thwart the doomsday plans of KAOS head Siegfried.
81.
Get Smart, Again! (1989)
A movie based on the series "Get Smart" which aired from 1965-1970 on NBC and CBS. Bumbling agent Maxwell Smart and his sidekick wife, Agent 99, once again confront their old enemies, the evil agents of K.A.O.S., who demand a ransom of $250 billion for the return of a missing scientist and his weath
82.
Get Smart, Again! (1989)
A movie based on the series "Get Smart" which aired from 1965-1970 on NBC and CBS. Bumbling agent Maxwell Smart and his sidekick wife, Agent 99, once again confront their old enemies, the evil agents of K.A.O.S., who demand a ransom of $250 billion for the return of a missing scientist and his weath

Cast (special)

83.
Night at the Movies, A: The Suspenseful World of Thrillers (2009)
This TCM original documentary traces the history of the thriller genre through film clips and interviews.
84.
100 Years of Hope and Humor (2003) as Interviewee
Celebrities, athletes and former heads of state raise their glasses to comedian and humanitarian Bob Hope.
85.
Recording "The Producers": A Musical Romp With Mel Brooks (2001)
Documentary that captures the behind-the-scenes story of the full-day cast-album recording session as the company lays down the score Mel Brooks expanded from his 1968 film "The Producers." The entire cast is on hand, led by Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick, plus director Susan Stroman and writer/c
86.
Hail Sid Caesar!: The Golden Age of Comedy (2001) as Interviewee
Documentary that celebrates the comic genius of the performers and writers behind the historic television series "Your Show of Shows" and "Caesar's Hour." The program is a mix of interviews, archival footage and highlights of classic sketches. The documentary tracks how Sid Caesar put together the "
87.
Mark Twain Prize -- Celebrating the Humor of Carl Reiner (2001)
A salute to the third annual Mark Twain Prize-winner -- author, actor, writer and director Carl Reiner -- from the Kennedy Center Concert Hall in Washington DC.
88.
Artists and Entertainers (2001) as Interviewee
Documentary that profiles the top artists and entertainers in the United States.
89.
First Ten Awards: Tony 2001, The (2001) as Nominee
Live coverage of the presentation of the first ten Tony Awards, honoring the shows and stars of the 2000-2001 Broadway season. The ten awards announced include: Best Direction of a Play, Best Direction of a Musical, Best Choreography, Best Original Score, Best Book of a Musical, Best Costume Design
90.
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs (2000)
The American Film Institute (AFI) reveals a list of the 100 funniest American films.
91.
Intimate Portrait: Madeline Kahn (2000) as Interviewee
Portrait of late actress Madeline Kahn, whose extensive body of work included credits on Broadway, television and movies.
92.
Neil Simon: The People's Playwright (1999) as Interviewee
Profile of playwright Neil Simon.
93.
Television Academy Hall of Fame, The (1999)
Presentation of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) 14th Annual Hall of Fame ceremony from the Leonard H. Goldenson Theater in North Hollywood, California. The inductees are Carl Reiner, Fred Rogers, Lorne Michaels, Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer, Fred Silverman, Ethel Winant and the lat
94.
M-A-S-H, Tootsie & God: A Tribute to Larry Gelbart (1998)
Special tribute to writer Larry Gelbart, from the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills. Features film clips and readings from Gelbart's plays, as well as tributes and conversation about the art of writing comedy.
95.
50th Emmy Awards (1998) as Presenter
Presentation of the 50th annual primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
96.
I Am Your Child (1997)
Special featuring major stars performing in musical numbers, comedy pieces and documentary shorts that help explain how the first three years of a child's life are by far the most formative in the emotional, social, physical, intellectual and brain development of humans. Also showcases what communit
97.
1997 Emmy Awards (1997) as Presenter
Live telecast of the 49th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
98.
Caesar's Writers (1996)
Sid Caesar and Carl Reiner, stars of 1950s television series, "Your Show of Shows" and "Caesar's Hour," reminisce with some of the shows' writers. The event was sponsored by the Writers Guild of America.
99.
Carl Reiner: Still Laughing (1995) as Interviewee
Biographical documentary of comedian and director Carl Reiner.
100.
Frankenstein: The True Story (1994)
Documentary about the ways that Dr. Frankenstein and his Monster have been portrayed over the years, through film clips, dramatized scenes from Mary Shelley's original 1816 novel, and interviews with writers, directors and collectors.
101.
Hal Roach: Hollywood's King of Laughter (1994)
Documentary on the comedy producer and director Hal Roach. Includes clips from his short comedies as well as scenes from his features and TV sitcoms.
102.
Sid Caesar: Television's Comedy Genius (1994)
Documentary on the life and career of Sid Caesar.
103.
More of the Best of the Hollywood Palace (1993)
Special showcasing the top comedy and musical performers who appeared on the variety series, "Hollywood Palace," which aired on ABC from 1964 to 1970. Also included are never-before-seen outtakes.
104.
5th Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1991)
Broadcast of the fifth annual "American Comedy Awards" honoring top comedic performers in all forms of American entertainment.
105.
Dom DeLuise and Friends (1983)
An hour of comedy sketches featuring comic actor Dom DeLuise and friends.
106.
2,000 Year Old Man, The (1975) as 2,000-Year-Old-Man
An animated special in which the legendary 2,000-year-old man grants an interview. man is interviewed.
107.
Annie and the Hoods (1974)
Music, songs, and comedy sketches featuring actress Anne Bancroft.
108.
Marlo Thomas and Friends in Free to Be... You and Me (1974)
The program, aimed primarily at children, interrelates music, songs, stories, and poems, all designed to encourage children to be believe in themselves as individuals.
109.
All-Star Comedy Show, The (1962) as Guest
A comical survey of various styles of humor.

Writer (special)

110.
2,000 Year Old Man, The (1975) as Writer
An animated special in which the legendary 2,000-year-old man grants an interview. man is interviewed.
111.
Zero Hour (1967) as Writer
An outrageous hour of comedy skits featuring the unique talent of Zero Mostel.
112.
Man in the Moon, The (1960) as Writer
A music and comedy special in which the Man in the Moon (as portrayed by singer Andy Williams) comes down to Earth to tour America.
113.
Tiptoe Through TV (1960) as Writer
Comedy sketches that spoof the medium of television.
114.
Accent On Love (1959) as Writer
A musical revue based on the theme of love.
115.
Sid Caesar Special, The (1959) as Writer
An hour of music, song, and comedy with Sid Caesar.
116.
Marriage -- Handle With Care (1959) as Writer
A series of sketches that spoof the contrasting ideas of courtship and marriage throughout the world.

Music (special)

117.
Recording "The Producers": A Musical Romp With Mel Brooks (2001) as Lyrics
Documentary that captures the behind-the-scenes story of the full-day cast-album recording session as the company lays down the score Mel Brooks expanded from his 1968 film "The Producers." The entire cast is on hand, led by Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick, plus director Susan Stroman and writer/c
118.
Recording "The Producers": A Musical Romp With Mel Brooks (2001) as Music
Documentary that captures the behind-the-scenes story of the full-day cast-album recording session as the company lays down the score Mel Brooks expanded from his 1968 film "The Producers." The entire cast is on hand, led by Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick, plus director Susan Stroman and writer/c

Cast (short)

119.
Excavating the 2000 Year Old Man (2012)
A documentary that explores the origin and influence of "The 2000 Year Old Man," the classic comedy routine created by Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner.

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