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  • A perfect example of early Brooks firing on all spoofily comedic cylinders. show more

  • Mel Brooks is home with Young Frankenstein, his most disciplined and visually inventive film (it also happens to be very funny). show more

  • It is good-natured, lowbrow, backlot, hit-or-miss humor, but with no cumulative effect beyond its succession of hard-worked jokes. More theatrical than cinematic in its conception, this group effort relies on the improvisation of its performers. show more

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