PG | | Comedy
Mel Brooks has said that one of his "lifelong jobs" is "to make the world laugh at Adolf Hitler." The film was a way to enact vengeance through comedy. "The only real way I could get even with Hitler and company was to bring them down with laughter," Brooks ... ...
Gentlemen. Ve have here a technical problem. Hmm? I do not know if vat ve have here is ze quick burning fuse or ze slow buring fuse. Ja, ja, I must find zis out.
Franz Liebkind: Zis is critical.
Franz Liebkind: Ha ha ha, ja ja, you see zis? You see zis here vat I have told you? ...
The positions of Max's hands change between shots when he is told to be a stable boy.
$6,436 (USA) (16 June 2002)
$111,866 (USA) (12 January 2003)
23 September 2017 5:56 PM, -05:00
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