Blazing Saddles (1974)

by Milos Itic on March 5, 2012

One classic comedy by parody filmmaker Mel Brooks. This is such a funny film. From the opening scene along the railroad tracks and 2 main actors riding off into the sunset to till the end of crew fight, this film is enjoyable.

Blazing saddles western parodyParody on western films, and everything in USA cinematography.

Bart: What’s your name?
Jim: Well, my name is Jim, but most people call me… Jim.

Roger Ebert said this after he watched the film:

There are some people who can literally get away with anything — say anything, do anything — and people will let them. Other people attempt a mildly dirty joke and bring total silence down on a party. Mel Brooks is not only a member of the first group, he is its lifetime president.

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You should watch this Mel Brooks’s first movie filmed in Panavision scope 2.35:1.┬áBlazing Saddles (1974) has been on many lists: #9 on Bravo’s list of the 100 Funniest Movies. Premiere “The 50 Greatest Comedies Of All Time”. Main role of Bart was intended for Richard Pryor, great and one of the best stand by comedian of all time, but because of the controversial nature of Richard Pryor’s stand-up routines, Mel Brooks couldn’t secure financing for the film with Pryor in that role.

 

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