Judge Hedley presides over a case of a black Irishman.
It's not easy being the boss of you're own business. This Martha Stewart American Made Summit panel brings together Sonja Rasula of Unique USA, Ellen Bennett of Hedley & Bennett, and Sawyer Smith of Smith & Chang to explain how each uses their business t
The Anniversary movie trailer - starring Bette Davis, Sheila Hancock, Jack Hedley, Elaine Taylor, James Cossins. Directed by Roy Ward Baker. Theatrical Release Date: 2/7/1968
Rating: Not Rated
A hilarious, madcap spoof of nearly every Hollywood Western convention, Blazing Saddles turns racism on its ear at every turn. When the sheriff of a small frontier town is killed, convict Bart (Cleavon Little) is appointed the first black sheriff of the all-white Rock Ridge by the evil Hedley Lamarr (Harvey Korman) in a plot to chase the townspeople from their homes. The naive Sheriff Bart soon realizes from the less-than-cheery welcome that the townspeople (who all seem to be named Johnson) aren't prepared for a black sheriff and that he was never meant to succeed at all. Enlisting the sensitive town drunk (Gene Wilder), formerly the Waco Kid, Bart embarks on a plan to help save Rock Ridge. A scathing spoof that deals with racism, sexism, and bodily functions, Blazing Saddles offers a contrast between picture and words that is shocking, subversive, and hysterical. Director Mel Brooks makes two memorable appearances as both the sleazy governor and a Yiddish-speaking Sioux Indian chief, while Madeline Kahn does a sidesplitting Marlene Dietrich imitation as the town floozy-entertainer. Featuring fabulous comic turns also by Alex Karras, Slim Pickens, and the aformentioned Little, Brooks, Korman, and Wilder, Blazing Saddles is one of the raunchiest, funniest, and lovable films ever made.
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