R | | Comedy, Western
In order to ruin a western town, a corrupt politician appoints a black Sheriff, who promptly becomes his most formidable adversary.
Mel Brooks wrote a song called "Bart" which would reveal that character's backstory as a pimp, but it was cut before filming began, because he felt it slowed the film down and would make it less likely for audiences to sympathize with his plight.
Come on, boys! The way you're lollygaggin' around here with them picks and them shovels, you'd think it was a hundert an' twenty degree. Can't be more than a hundert an' fourteen.
Hedy Lamarr's footprints do not appear in the concrete at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
The Warner Bros. Pictures logo is on a black screen and burns on fire, revealing the start of the movie.
English, Yiddish, German
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