Mel Brooks Noise

Everyone loves Mel Brooks because he’s amazing and wonderful. He should be given the key to every city and a parade in his honor every day. Short of that, PBS is delivering a documentary meant to celebrate the brilliant comedian who made the funniest movie of all time (Blazing Saddles).

Thanks to Pop Candy, we can now watch a slew of famous faces trying to explain what Brooks is all about.

We also get to see a limo speeding to a sound stage just in time to stop the show. Hopefully Brooks will interrupt every segment with a song about himself:

The American Masters entry Mel Brooks: Make a Noise can be seen on PBS May 20th.


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