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Recording 'The Producers': A Musical Romp with Mel Brooks 

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Himself
Thomas Meehan ...
Himself - Co-Author 'The Producers'
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Himself - Performer
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Himself - Leo Bloom
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Himself - Carmen Ghia
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Himself - Roger de Bris
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Herself - Ulla
Brad Oscar ...
Himself - Franz Liebkind
Madeline Doherty ...
Little Old Lady / Ensemble (as Madeleine Doherty)
Kathy Fitzgerald ...
Shirley / Little Old Lady / Ensemble
Eric Gunhus ...
Lead Tenor / Ensemble
Peter Marinos ...
Bryan / Ensemble
Jennifer Smith ...
Little Old Lady / Ensemble
Ray Wills ...
Kevin / Ensemble
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Scott / Ensemble

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Mel Brooks: Bloom goes back to his desk, gets his coat and hat, and then he says, "Wait a minute! Wait a minute! Bialystock was right! There *is* a lot more to me than there is to me!" which doesn't make any sense but it gets a laugh.
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References Singin' in the Rain (1952) See more »

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Prisoners Of Love
Music & Lyrics by Mel Brooks
©1968, Legation Music Corp.
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Fun for Brooks' Fans

If you like the film, musical, soundtrack, nathan lane, matthew broderick, or Mel Brooks, pick this one up to add to your collection...its fun to watch the antics of the broadway cast and visually see the music performed, hear some brief history of how the play came to be, and even some pictures from the musical...and of course, Brooks is funny as always.

7 out of 10


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