“For what we are about to see next, we must enter–quietly–into the realm of genius.”
In 1974, Mel Brooks followed his smash hit Blazing Saddles with his hilarious love letter to the Universal horror pictures of the 1930s and ’40s, Young Frankenstein. Brooks and co-writer/star Gene Wilder brought to life the immortal Dr. Frankenstein and his assistants Igor and Inga, along with the formidable Frau Blucher (cue the horse whinny).
See as it was meant to be seen–on the big screen, in black and white (no offense).
Friday, October 11
Doors open 7:00 | Showtime 7:30
1974 | 106 min. | Rated: PG | Admission $6.00