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Mel Brooks’ Most Jewish Movie Ever

Brooks narrated his 1963 Oscar-winning short film, ‘The Critic,’ as a disgruntled, elderly movie-goer Read More

By / April 11, 2012
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What do you do if you’re seeing an experimental foreign film, and the guy behind you in the theater won’t shut up about how he doesn’t get it? If you’re Mel Brooks, you make a hilarious, Oscar-winning short film about it. Here’s 1963′s The Critic:

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