Mel Brooks is the master of satire and parody, mocking everything from wild westerns to wacky space flicks. All that comedy gold has won him Tonys, Emmys, Oscars, Grammys and the right to say "It is good to be the King."
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Which movie was Mel Brooks' highest-grossing box office hit?
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Which Mel Brooks movie features an actor who later appeared on the sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond"?
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What was the first movie that Mel Brooks ever directed?
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What was the first Mel Brooks movie to be performed on Broadway?
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In which two movies did Mel Brooks co-star with his wife Anne Bancroft?
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How many of Mel's movies are on the American Film Institute's list of funniest American films?
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What famous movie did Spaceballs parody?
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Where did Mel Brooks get his stage name?
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Which actor in Mel Brooks' ensemble boasts the most performances in his films?
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What was Mel Brooks' first job?
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"May the schwartz be with you" is a famous phrase from which movie?
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Which movie's soundtrack launched a rap song that became a surprise dance hit in the United States?
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One of Brooks' most famous characters said "A wed wose. How womantic." Which gal was it?
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What was Mel Brooks' first leading role?
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When did Mel Brooks get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
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Which Mel Brooks movie got the lowest ranking by critics?
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"Springtime for Hitler" was a controversial song in which film?
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What is Mel Brooks's favorite movie candy?
Question 19 of 20
Which movie inspired the title for a U2 album?
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