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Ha Li 7 years ago
Hilarious. I love Gene Wilder.
Dylan Clites over 7 years ago
Not as good as I'd hoped. The actual musical part was hilarious though.
Humberto Octavio over 2 years ago
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Charlie Alcock over 3 years ago
Nino Vignjevic over 3 years ago
Svetechka Swiss almost 4 years ago
Noah Rymer 4 years ago
Rob 4 years ago
Kevin Walker 4 years ago
Andrew Dennison over 4 years ago
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Michael almost 5 years ago
Lacey Shinn 5 years ago
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Andrea Finocchiaro over 5 years ago
LexV over 5 years ago
The Producers is a 1968 American satirical dark comedy cult classic film written and directed by Mel Brooks. The film is set in the late 1960s and it tells the story of a theatrical producer and an accountant who want to produce a sure-fire Broadway flop. They take more money from investors than they need and plan to abscond to Brazil as soon as the play closes, only to see the plan improbably go awry when the show turns out to be a hit. The film stars Zero Mostel as Max Bialystock, the producer, and Gene Wilder as Leo Bloom, the accountant, and features Dick Shawn as L.S.D., the actor who ends up playing the lead in the musical within the movie, and Kenneth Mars as the former Nazi soldier and playwright, Franz Liebkind. The Producers was the first film directed by Mel Brooks. He won an Academy Award for his screenplay. Decades later, it was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry and placed 11th on the AFI's 100 Years...100 Laughs list. The film was later remade...
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