The Aero Theater on Montana will be bringing you Mel Brooks live, twice! As well as double features of many of his films all week long! It’s only $10 (or $8 if you’re a senior or student) to see this once in a life time opportunity. Here is a map and address of where The Aero Theater is located.
Here’s the schedule for the week, buy your tickets now at Fandango and don’t miss out!
Wednesday, January 23rd- 7:30 pm
The Producers (1968) With Mel Brooks and Gene Wilder, this is the true classic of this classic film which will be forever remade on screen and on stage, but never this good.
Then Mel Brooks himself will appear to introduce the following film.
The Twelve Chairs (1970) Brook’ second film with Ron Moody, Dom DeLuise, and Frank Langella.
Thursday, January 24th- 7:30 pm
Silent Movie (1976) With Brooks, Dom DeLuise, and Marty Feldman. Brooks plays a washed up film director who tries to save his career by silent film.
High Anxiety (1977) Brooks does Hitchcock! Spoofing nearly everyone of Hitchcock’s films, such as Spellbound, Vertigo, North by Northwest and MANY more.
Friday, January 25th- 7:30 pm
Blazing Saddles (1974) With Cleavon Little, Gene Wilder, Madeline Kahn, Harvey Korman, Brooks (of course), Slim Pickens, John Hillerman, Alex Karrar, David Huddleston, and Georger Furth. Amazing comedy based on the old west.
Followed by a discussion by Mel Brooks himself!
Then followed with History of the World Part I (1981) With Orson Welles narrating, Dom DeLuise, Madeline Kahn, Cloris Leachman, Harvery Korman, Sid Caesar, Henny Youngman.
Saturday, January 26th- 7:30 pm
Spaceballs with Bill Pullman, John Candy, Rock Moranis, and Daphne Zuniga, in a very comedic version of Star Wars.
Robin Hood Men in Tights with Cary Elwes, Richard Lewis, Dave Chappellle and of course Brooks, protraying a parody of the original Men in Tights.
Sunday, January 27th- 7:30pm
Young Frankenstein (1974) with gene Wilder, Peter Boyle, Marty Feldman, Teri Garr, Madeline Kahn, and Cloris Leachman. “The biggest problem we had in doing Young Frankenstein was that we had to do so many takes because we couldn’t stop laughing.” — Teri Garr.
Dracula Dead and Loving It (1995) with comedy duo, Mel Brooks and Leslie Nielson. Hilarious vampire film.