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Young Frankenstein (1974)

Young Frankenstein (1974)

The “walk this way” gag. | 29 Of The Most Ingenious Moments From Mel Brooks Movies

The "walk this way" gag.

Teri Garr and Gene Wilder in Young Frankenstein

Young Frankenstein (1974)

Young Frankenstein - one of my top 5 favorite movies

An original one-sheet movie poster x from 1974 for Young Frankenstein. Free US shipping and flat-rate international shipping.

Peter Boyle - Second City 1967. Known for his role as Frank Barone on the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, and as a comical monster in Mel Brooks' film spoof Young Frankenstein. Boyle gained acclaim for his first starring role, in the 1970 movie Joe. In New York City, Boyle studied with acting coach Uta Hagen while working as a postal clerk and a maitre d'. He went on to play Murray the cop in a touring company of Neil Simon's The Odd Couple, leaving the tour in Chicago to join Second City.

Peter Boyle - Second City 1967. Known for his role as Frank Barone on the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, and as a comical monster in Mel Brooks' film spoof Young Frankenstein. Boyle gained acclaim for his first starring role, in the 1970 movie Joe. In New York City, Boyle studied with acting coach Uta Hagen while working as a postal clerk and a maitre d'. He went on to play Murray the cop in a touring company of Neil Simon's The Odd Couple, leaving the tour in Chicago to join Second City.

Young Frankenstein (1974) - IMDb One of my all time favorite movies. Best Mel Brooks film in my opinion.

In “Young Frankenstein” Mel Brooks does for the horror movie what he did earlier for the Western in “Blazing Saddles.” The result is a very, very funny movie.

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Young Frankenstein was released on December starring Gene Wilder, Peter Boyle & Marty Feldman, etc. This black & white, comedy & thriller film was directed by Mel Brooks.written by Wilder & Brooks.

Woodland Drive-In Theatre - WOODLAND DRIVE-IN THEATRE & CHURCH 1970 COURTESY PASTOR VERLYN VERBRUGGE. #savethedrivein

Woodland Drive-In Theatre - Kentwood, MI, 1970 Photo Courtesy Pastor Verlyn Verbrugge

Gene Wilder, who stared in “The Producers,” “Blazing Saddles,” “Young Frankenstein,” “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” and “Stir Crazy,” died of complications from Alzheimer’s disease. He was 83. 2016

Gene Wilder, ‘Willy Wonka’ Star and Comedic Icon, Dies at 83

Dorothy Jeakins (January 11, 1914 – November 21, 1995) was a costume designer.  She was best-known for her period costumes, in such films as The Ten Commandments (1956),The Music Man (1962), The Sound of Music (1965), Little Big Man (1970), The Way We Were (1973), Young Frankenstein (1974) and The Dead (1987). Her modern-dress shows included Niagara (1953), Three Coins in the Fountain (1954), South Pacific (1958) and On Golden Pond (1981). Jeakins also worked on stage productions, including…

Dorothy Jeakins (January 11, 1914 – November 21, 1995) was a costume designer. She was best-known for her period costumes, in such films as The Ten Commandments (1956),The Music Man (1962), The Sound of Music (1965), Little Big Man (1970), The Way We Were (1973), Young Frankenstein (1974) and The Dead (1987). Her modern-dress shows included Niagara (1953), Three Coins in the Fountain (1954), South Pacific (1958) and On Golden Pond (1981). Jeakins also worked on stage productions, including…

Peter Boyle - Second City 1967. Known for his role as Frank Barone on the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, and as a comical monster in Mel Brooks' film spoof Young Frankenstein. Boyle gained acclaim for his first starring role, in the 1970 movie Joe. In New York City, Boyle studied with acting coach Uta Hagen while working as a postal clerk and a maitre d'. He went on to play Murray the cop in a touring company of Neil Simon's The Odd Couple, leaving the tour in Chicago to join Second City.

Second City alumnus Peter Boyle. Class of Watching "Young Frankenstein" is mandatory.

The death of Gene Wilder, one of the great comic actors, led to an outpouring of affection yesterday for a performer who helped to create a new kind of leading man.  Best known for his portrayal of the title character in the 1971 Roald Dahl adaptation Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, the mop-haired star’s diverse comic skills lit up some of the most enduring films of the late-1960s and early-1970s.

Gene Wilder, Hollywood’s master of comedy, dies at 83

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