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The price displayed includes GST. The final amount may be different depending on the delivery address. Learn moreLearn more about the Goods and Services Tax.Down-on-his-luck theater producer Max Bialystock is forced to romance rich old ladies to fund his endeavors. When shy accountant Leo Bloom examines Max’s accounting books, the two men find a way to make a fortune by producing a surefire failure. The piece that will be their gold mine? “Spring for Hitler.” Written by Scott Renshaw
The Producers (special Edition) (dvd)
Zero Mostel, Gene Wilder, Estelle Winwood, Christopher Hewett, Kenneth Mars, Lee Meredith, Renée Taylor, Andréas Voutsinas, William Hickey, David Patch, Barney Martin, Madlyn Cates, Shimen Ruskin, Frank Campanella, Josip Elic, John Zoller, Brutus Peck Anne Ives, Amelie Barleon, Elsie Kirk, Nell Harrison, Mary Love, Dick Shawn
Trailer for The Producers (1968) Official Trailer for The Producers (1967) THE PRODUCERS – Newly Restored in 4K – Dir. by Mel Brooks with Gene Wilder
The Producers is a comedy, music and musical comedy film. Directed by Mel Brooks, with Zero Mostel, Gene Wilder, Estelle Winwood, Christopher Hewett, Kenneth Mars, Lee Meredith, Renée Taylor, Andréas Voutsinas, William Hickey, David Patch, Barney Martin, Madlyn Cates, Shimen Ruskin, Frank Campanella, Josip. Elic, John Zoller, Brutus Peck, Anne Ives, Amelie Barleon, Elsie Kirk, Nell Harrison, Mary Love and Dick Shawn. Don’t forget to watch more movies like Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Casino Royale and The Graduate on ‘s Movies Online. Mel Brooks Director Zero Mostel Max Bialystock Gene Wilder Leo Bloom Dick Shawn Lorenzo St. Du Bois Kenneth Mars Franz Liebkind Estelle Winwood “Hold Me, Touch Me” Old Lady
Max Bialystock is a seedy, unsavory Broadway producer who makes his living from charming, love-starved little old ladies who invest in his disastrous productions. One day, a fearful and neurotic accountant, Leo Bloom, arrives at Max’s office to check the books of his latest theatrical fiasco. He finds a $2,000 difference in the books and naively mentions that a producer could make a lot of money by finding a surefire flop, overfunding it, then pocketing the rest of the investors’ money after the show closed. ’emission. Max becomes extremely excited and tricks a reluctant Bloom into becoming his partner in the production of the worst play in theater history. After rejecting hundreds of manuscripts, they finally found the ideal scenario in Springtime for Hitler, a musical comedy about Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun frolicking in Berchtesgaden, written by Franz Liebkind, an unregenerate Nazi who breeds pigeons and holds firm that Hitler was “a swell.” a guy with a song in his heart.” After oversubscribing by 25,000%, Max and Bloom ensure disaster by hiring Roger De Bris, a blatant transvestite generally considered the worst director in the world, to direct their play , and Lorenzo St. Du Bois, a deranged hippie known as LSD. , to play the young Führer who danced his way to glory. On opening night, they added the finishing touches to their project by wrapping a $100 bribe around the New York Times drama critic’s ticket. But the play and the production are so horrible that the audience interprets it as a gigantic set-up and roars in approval. Stunned to discover that they are stuck with a resounding success, Max, Bloom and Liebkind frantically try to close their show, even to the point of blowing up the room. Apprehended and sent to prison after a trial in which they are found “incredibly Guilty,” they soon return to their old tactics by producing a prison show called Prisoners of Love and selling shares – well over 100% – to their fellow inmates and the guard.
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Zero Mostel Max Bialystock Gene Wilder Leo Bloom Dick Shawn Lorenzo St. Du Bois Kenneth Mars Franz Liebkind Estelle Winwood “Hold Me, Touch Me” Old Lady Christopher Hewett Roger De Bris Andreas Voutsinas Carmen Giya Lee Meredith Ulla Renee Taylor Eva Braun Michael Davis Production Tenor John Zoller “New York Times” Review Madlyn Cates Woman in the Window Frank Campanella Bartender Arthur Rubin Zale Kessler Bernie Allen Rusty Blitz Anthony Gardell Auditioning Hitlers Mary Love Amelie Barleon Nell Harrison Elsie Kirk Old Ladies Barney Martin German Officer in the Room Diana Eden Showgirl Tucker Smith David Evans Principal Dancers Josip Elic Violinist William Hickey drunk in theater bar
Norman Blagman Composer Mel Brooks Writer Mel Brooks Composer Irving Buchman Makeup Joseph Coffey Cinematographer Gene Coffin Costumes James Dalton Set Decoration Martin Danzig Assistant Director Felix Giglio Music Supervisor Sidney Glazier Company Sidney Glazier Producer Mort Goode Composer Jack Grossberg Associate Producer Herb Hartig Composer Alan Heim Sound Michael Hertzberg Assistant Director Alan Johnson Choreography Joseph E. Levine Presented by John Morris Musical Composition and Conductor John Morris Composer Robert Porter Production Supervisor Charles Rosen Artistic Director Ralph Rosenblum Film Editor Louis A. Poussette Production Manager unit
Here are two different styles of the American poster for the film The Producers (1967) by Mel Brooks. Single sheets measured 27 x 41 inches and were the most common style of poster used in theaters.
Producers, The (1967) — (Movie clip) You’re Incorrigible Max Bialystock (Zero Mostel) raises money in what he calls “the land of little old ladies” for his planned flop “Spring for Hitler” in Mel Brooks’ original The Producers, 1967. Producers, The (1967) — (Movie clip) I’ll do it! Max Bialystock (Zero Mostel) takes nervous accountant Leo Bloom (Gene Wilder) to town and persuades him to pursue happiness in Mel Brooks’ The Producers, 1967. Producers, The (1967) — (Movie clip) You’re Only Bialystock (Zero Mostel) and Bloom (Gene Wilder), half-dressed, make their presentation to director Roger De Bris (Christopher Hewett) and personal secretary Carmen Giya (Andreas Voutsinas) in Mel Brooks’ The Producers, 1967. Producers , The (1967) — (Movie clip) A Spring for Hitler Max (Zero Mostel) and Leo (Gene Wilder) are stunned as they watch the premiere of the always scandalous number “Spring for Hitler” in the original by Mel Brooks, The Producers, 1967. Producers, The (1967) — (Movie clip) A Minor Compulsion Nervous accountant Leo Bloom (Gene Wilder) and desperate producer Max Bialystock (Zero Mostel) discuss financial squabbles and psychological nuances in an early scene from The Producers by Mel Brooks, 1967. Mel Brooks, Walk Of Fame — (Original) Friday April 23 Mel Brooks with sunglasses and a speech receiving his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, in the occasion of his appearance at the Classic Film Festival, Friday April 23.
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