Buy “Mel Brooks' History of the World — Part I Mel Brooks, Gregory Hines, Dom DeLuise, Madeline Kahn, Harvey Korman, Cloris Leachman, Ron Carey, Pamela Stephenson, Shecky Greene, Sid Caesar, Mary-Margaret Humes, Orson Welles, Woody Omens, John C. Howard, Alan Johnson, Joel Chernoff, Stuart Cornfeld Movies & TV” Online

Mel Brooks' History of the World -- Part I

I will never forget watching this movie for the first time when I was in high school in the late 80s. It was so funny and my friends and I really loved it. Anytime I have had a chance to, I have watched it again. Recently, my son has been making a list of, and watching, "classic" movies that everyone seems to enjoy. I thought this one should be added to his "movies to see" list so I bought it for him for Christmas. He hasn’t watched it yet, but I am planning to watch it with him today. I will update this review afterwards. Check it out!

Mel Brooks’s 1981, three-part comedy–set in the Stone Age, the Roman Empire, and the French Revolution–is pure guilty pleasure. Narrated by Orson Welles and featuring a lot of famous faces in guest appearances (beyond the official cast), the film opens

 

 

 

Mel Brooks’ History of the World — Part I Review

 

It’s good to be the King. … and He is The King of comedy in my eyes. It was 36 years ago when I first saw this movie. I was 8 years old. Me and my best friend Donna would go to my neighbors house. …Paulie. We watched it everyday after school for as long as I can remember. This is why I ordered 3 of them. ..one for each of us. I have seen all of his movies since then and this will always be my favorite. If you want to laugh your ass off. … This is a must see! -Read Reviews-

One of the funniest movies ever made. It’s a Mel Brooks masterpiece. The song and dance Spanish Inquisition number is brilliant.

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