|Mel Brooks' first feature film is a madcap showbiz farce. Gene Wilder and Zero Mostel play shady Broadway producers
trying to bilk investors by staging a surefire flop-a cheery musical about Nazi Germany. When the play becomes a surprise smash hit, their plans are
riotously upset. The big musical number, "Springtime for Hitler," comes complete with beer steins, dancing frauleins, and pretzels, and has to be seen
to be believed! Criterion recently remastered The Producers, including a short scene not offered in our previous version.
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