What is Mel Brooks most famous movie?

What is Mel Brooks most famous movie?

The 10 Best Mel Brooks Movies, According to Rotten Tomatoes

  1. 1 Young Frankenstein (1974) – 92%
  2. 2 Blazing Saddles (1974) – 91%
  3. 3 The Producers (1967) – 85%
  4. 4 Spaceballs (1987) – 83%
  5. 5 History of the World: Part I (1981) – 81%
  6. 6 Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993) – 81%
  7. 7 Silent Movie (1976) – 72%
  8. 8 High Anxiety (1977) – 67%

How long were Anne Bancroft and Mel Brooks married?

40 years
For 40 years, Brooks was married to actress Anne Bancroft. Brooks wedded Bancroft in 1964 – after his nine-year married to Florence Baum ended in a divorce. Baum and Brooks had three children together: Stephanie, Nicky and Eddie.

Who’s Mel Brooks wife?

Anne Bancroftm. 1964–2005
Florence Baumm. 1953–1962
Mel Brooks/Wife

Did Mel Brooks do airplane?

This also led to his casting, many years later, in Mel Brooks’ Dracula: Dead and Loving It. Brooks had wanted to make the film for a long time, but put it off because, as he said: “I just could not find the right Dracula”. According to Brooks, he didn’t see Airplane! until years after its release.

What was the last movie Mel Brooks made?

Brooks then directed Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993), a send-up of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991), in which Kevin Costner had starred (and was generally maligned) as the legendary outlaw hero. Brooks’s final motion picture as a director was the unremarkable Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995).

Who wrote Blazing Saddles?

Mel Brooks
Richard PryorAndrew BergmanAlan UgerNorman Steinberg
Blazing Saddles/Screenplay

What happened to History of the World Part 2?

There were no plans for History of the World, Part II at all, with the title being a riff on Sir Walter Raleigh’s The History of the World, which was intended as a definitive history of the world, and was added to in the years following its initial publication by Raleigh and numerous other authors.