A bad Polish actor is just trying to make a living when what should intrude but World War II in the form of an invasion. His wife has the habit of entertaining young Polish officers while he's on stage which is also a source of depression to him. When one of her officers comes back on a Secret Mission, the actor takes charge and comes up with a plan for them to escape. Written by
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That is the movie!
Did You Know?
Col. Earhardt's joke is about Hitler becoming a "pickle". In German, "pickel" means "pimple" or "zit". See more
When Mel Brooks character's car is being pulled by the horse you can see a line of some sort that is being used either to pull the horse forward or to help the horse pull the car. See more
[Referring to Bronski in the next room
Relax, Schultz! Zis iz ze intellectual approach...
Capt. Schultz, of Erhardt's Staff
And what if he's not an intellectual?
[referring to the two SS officers nearby
Zen zey'll break every bone in his body!
In the credits at the end, Anne Bancroft's name first appears in parenthesis, until Mel Brooks "waves" them off. This is a reference to a poster in the movie that has Anna Bronski's name in parenthesis. See more
Sweet Georgia Brown
Written by Ben Bernie
(uncredited), Maceo Pinkard
(uncredited) and Kenneth Casey
Polish translation by Tad Danielewski
Performed by Mel Brooks
(uncredited) and Anne Bancroft
(uncredited) See more