Mel Brooks' greatest musical moments
Mel Brooks' greatest musical moments -- We rundown famous scenes from ''The Producers,'' ''Young Frankenstein,'' and more
Mel Brooks’ greatest musical moments
”Springtime for Hitler” from The Producers (1968)
Famously off-color Third Reich-praising tune.
”Don’t be stupid/ Be a smartie/ Come and join the Nazi party!” (dubbed by Brooks).
”I’m Tired” from Blazing Saddles (1974)
Madeline Kahn’s Wild West singer Lili Von Shtupp explains why she has had enough sex.
”I’ve had my fill of love/ From below and above.”
”Puttin’ on the Ritz” from Young Frankenstein (1974)
Wilder and Boyle’s monster make like Astaire and, well, a monster.
The title, every time the unintelligible Boyle ”sings” it.
”The Inquisition” from History of the World Part 1 (1981)
”We’ll flatten their fingers/ We’ve branded their buns/ Nothing is working/ Send in the nuns!”