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Leo Bloom (Character)
from The Producers (1967)

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Leopold 'Leo' Bloom


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  1. The Producers (2012) (V) Played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson

  2. The Producers (2005) Played by Matthew Broderick
  3. "Curb Your Enthusiasm"
        - Mel's Offer (2004) TV episode, Played by Don Stephenson

  4. The Producers (1967) Played by Gene Wilder
    ... aka "Mel Brooks' The Producers" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)
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  1. Hitler: The Comedy Years (2007) (TV) Played by Gene Wilder
  2. "La mandrágora"
        - Episode dated 28 April 2007 (2007) TV episode, Played by Matthew Broderick / José Mota
        - Episode dated 20 September 2006 (2006) TV episode, Played by José Mota
  3. "Broadway: The American Musical"
        - Putting It Together: 1980-Present (2004) TV episode, Played by Matthew Broderick
  4. "The Dick Cavett Show"
        - Robert Altman/Peter Bogdanovich/Mel Brooks/Frank Capra (1972) TV episode, Played by Gene Wilder (as Leopold 'Leo' Bloom)

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From The Producers (1967)
Max Bialystock: Roger, did you have a chance to read "Springtime for Hitler?"
Roger De Bris: [emerges from behind a partition wearing a dress] Remarkable, remarkable! A stunning piece of work.
Leo Bloom: [under his breath] Max... he's wearing a dress.
Max Bialystock: No kidding.
Roger De Bris: Did you know, I never knew that the Third Reich meant Germany. I mean it's just drenched with historical goodies like that... Oh dear, you're staring at my dress. I should explain. We are going to the choreographer's ball tonight and there's a prize for the best costume.
Carmen Giya: And we always win!
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