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<br> BLAZING SADDLES, 1974, Warner Bros., 93 min. Dir. Mel Brooks. A corrupt fatcat politician decides to appoint a black sheriff to cause havoc in a western town, but is surprised when new lawman, Bart (Cleavon Little) becomes a force to be reckoned with. <br><br> THE PRODUCERS, 1968, Rialto, 88 min. Mel Brook’s directorial debut is one of his finest. This outrageous look at two Broadway producers – conniving con man Zero Mostel and sheepish, going-along-for-the-ride Gene Wilder – deciding to get rich by selling shares in what they believe will be a guaranteed flop, is certainly one of the funniest comedies of the 1960’s. The pair’s production Springtime For Hitler inadvertently becomes a so-bad-it’s-good hit, and their grandiose designs on big time wealth comically crumble.

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