|Repomancer - 2007-06-28 |
|Xenocide - 2007-06-28 |
I'm not sure how being born in Dusseldorf directly influenced your naming, Rolf, but good for you.
UPDATE: I've been told that Rolf's line is a parody of a scene in a Leni Riefenstahl propaganda film where various Nazi soldiers loudly announce their names and birthplaces. Well played, Mr. Brooks.
|KnowFuture - 2007-06-28 |
The 1968 version was IMO funnier (the goofy, totally unsuitable hippy guy as Hitler---"I lieb ya, baby, I lieb ya...now LIEB ME ALONE!") but I'm glad this got revived into a Broadway show followed by a movie version of the Broadway show---everybody had fun and it gave Mel Brooks a comeback:)
|zatojones - 2007-06-28 |
Yes, the original was much better
|Calamity Jon - 2007-06-28 |
The 1968 version IS funnier, but GOD! These Costumes!
I thought the original was from 1939. OH SNAP.
|Zarathustra00 - 2007-06-28 |
Good, though I reserve a full five for the original.
Did some looking and the original was on here, but the link is dead.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2007-06-28 |
Man, modern comedy owes so much to Mel Brooks. I should probably say modern GOOD comedy, since modern shitty comedy owes more to Family Guy.
|love - 2007-06-28 |
no it's not the original, but taken on its own, I thought this was really damn good and funny.
might even see the whole thing now.
|bopeton - 2007-06-28 |
Original is better, but the song and idea alone get five stars.
|bac - 2008-06-17 |
This page is now resubbed with the original...hmm.
j lzrd / swift idiot
Pretty much every iteration of this song is gold though, so here's a fave.
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