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Howard Johnson

Subj: Yes, "Second Funniest"
Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 at 02:54:13 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Second Funniest??
Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 at 02:38:34 pm EDT

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> It's from Mel Brook's second funniest film (Young Frankenstein wins) "Blazing Saddles". When asking for a resumé of a desperado's vile deeds, the bad guy leader has that exchange with them.

I dunno, there. Might need a vote. While Young Frankeinstein is without a doubt one of the funniest films of all time, there are those of us who may get a kick (from cocaine.....)err (movie reference too).. the anchronistic marvel that is Blazing Saddles \:\)


I mean c'mon. the sheriff is 'a neer \:\)
> "Credentials?"
> "Rape, murder, robbery, arson, rape,.. "
> "You mentioned rape twice."
> "I like rape."

> > It's from Mel Brook's second funniest film (Young Frankenstein wins) "Blazing Saddles". When asking for a resumé of a desperado's vile deeds, the bad guy leader has that exchange with them.
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> I dunno, there. Might need a vote. While Young Frankeinstein is without a doubt one of the funniest films of all time, there are those of us who may get a kick (from cocaine.....)err (movie reference too).. the anchronistic marvel that is Blazing Saddles \:\)
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> I mean c'mon. the sheriff is 'a neer \:\)

But Young Frankenstein has Gene Wilder playing it relatively straight, Marty Feldman at his most hysterical, Madeleine Kahn in her best performance (Paper Moon to one side... possibly) and just when you think it can't get any better, Gene Hackman shows up with the funniest cameo this side of John Cleese in Doctor Who....


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