Mel Brooks’ Best Clips

Highlights from the comedic producer's funniest movies.

Mel Brooks (born Melvin Kaminsky) has been one of the most prolific and popular comic American Jewish filmmakers and comedians of the late 20th and early 21st century. Below are some of the funniest scenes from his film opus:

“Ten Commandments” from History of the World: Part I
“Moyle” from Robin Hood: Men in Tights
“Springtime for Hitler” from The Producers
“I’m Hysterical!” from The Producers
“Spanish Inquisition” from History of the World: Part I
“The Schwartz” from Spaceballs

“Ten Commandments” from History of the World: Part I


“Moyle” from Robin Hood: Men in Tights


“Springtime for Hitler” from The Producers


“I’m Hysterical!” from The Producers


“Spanish Inquisition” from History of the World: Part I


“The Schwartz” from Spaceballs

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