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List of Mel Brooks Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

2. Blazing Saddles (1974)
33
8
Blazing Saddles
R
33
8

A satirical Western comedy, Blazing Saddles features a criminal who is appointed as the first black sheriff of Rock Ridge in order to anger the residents into abandoning town so that a scheming attorney general can profit from the railroad planned to pass through town. But the sheriff manages to win over the residents and save the town from destruction.

Starring:
Gene Wilder, Slim Pickens, Anne Bancroft, Madeline Kahn, Cleavon Little
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
3. The Muppet Movie (1979)
12
5
The Muppet Movie
G
12
5

The Muppet Movie is a musical road comedy film, which tells the story of Kermit the Frog, who is told by a talent agent, to try his luck in Hollywood. He soon sets out on a journey to Los Angeles, California, but on the way, he is pursued by an entrepreneur who wants him to be a new spokesperson for his restaurant.

Directed By:
James Frawley
4. Spaceballs (1987)
36
12
Spaceballs
PG
36
12

After carelessly wasting their atmospheric air, Planet Spaceball’s crooked President Scroob decides to force neighboring Planet Druidia’s King Roland to share their atmosphere by ordering Dark Helmet to kidnap Roland’s daughter, Princess Vespa, on her wedding day. But space-pilot Lone Starr and his loyal half-man/half-dog ‘Barf’ come to help her. They need super powers of ‘The Schwartz’ to save Druidia. 

Role:
President Skroob / Yogurt
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
5. History of the World: Part I (1981)
18
6
History of the World: Part I
R
18
6

Starting from the events of the Old Testament to the Spanish Inquisition to the French Revolution, and lastly the future, this film explains the story of mankind in a comical way. 

Role:
Moses / Comicus / Torquemada / Jacques / King Louis XVI
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
6. To Be or Not to Be (1983)
8
5
To Be or Not to Be
PG
8
5

A romantic comedy set in German occupied Poland, To Be or Not to Be looks into the life of a Polish actor. His unsuccessful career and marriage to a woman who entertains young Polish officers sends him into depression. The title is taken from the famous Shakespearean soliloquy by the same name.

Starring:
Christopher Lloyd, Charles Durning, Anne Bancroft, Jack Riley, George Gaynes, Ronny Graham
Directed By:
Alan Johnson
7. Putney Swope (1969)
7
4
Putney Swope
TV-MA
7
4
Starring:
Allen Garfield, Stan Gottlieb, Archie Russell, Ramon Gordon
Directed By:
Robert Downey Sr.
8. Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993)
23
11
Robin Hood: Men in Tights
PG-13
23
11

Captured during the Crusades, Robin Hood escapes and returns to England, which is now run by Prince John in the absence of King Richard. He leads a rebellion when he learns that John killed his family and snatched his estate, but soon draws the attention of Maid Marian, who is seeking a man to open her chastity belt.

Directed By:
Mel Brooks
9. Silent Movie (1976)
10
4
Silent Movie
PG
10
4

Silent Movie is a comedy film which tells the story of Mel Funn, who used to be a great film director in Hollywood at one point. However, his career declined due to his drinking problem. Along with his sidekicks, he decides to make the first silent movie in forty years, in order to make a comeback.

Role:
Mel Funn
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
10. High Anxiety (1977)
11
4
High Anxiety
PG
11
4

A series of mysterious events welcome Dr. Richard H. Thorndyke, the newly appointed director of the Psychoneurotic Institute, who suffers from intense acrophobia. He is framed for murder by his colleagues -- including the mustachioed and militaristic Nurse Diesel. He is left with a full blown case of High Anxiety as he struggles to clear his name. 

Role:
Richard H. Thorndyke
Starring:
Cloris Leachman, Dick Van Patten, Ron Carey, Madeline Kahn, Harvey Korman
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
11. Peeping Times (1978)
6
3
Peeping Times
6
3
Starring:
Ron Carey, David Letterman, Royce D. Applegate, Lewis Arquette
Directed By:
Barry Levinson, Rudy De Luca
12. The Twelve Chairs (1970)
6
3
The Twelve Chairs
G
6
3

The Twelve Chairs is a comedy film which takes us to 1920s Soviet Russia. It tells the story of Ippolit, a fallen aristocrat, who learns about a treasure of jewels that have been hidden inside twelve dining chairs. He decides to set off to Moscow, accompanied by a con artist named Ostap. However, the priest who had overheard his mother’s confession decides to abandon all his duties, and he sets off to Moscow as well, hoping to have the treasure for himself.

Starring:
Frank Langella, Dom DeLuise, Ron Moody, Andréas Voutsinas
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
13. The Little Rascals (1994)
12
6
The Little Rascals
PG
12
6

The Little Rascals is an American comedy film, which tells the story of a womanizing man, who is trying to woo a girl he likes. However, his friends attempt to sabotage their relationship. 

Starring:
Whoopi Goldberg, Ashley Olsen, Daryl Hannah, Mary-Kate Olsen, Courtland Mead, Travis Tedford
Directed By:
Penelope Spheeris
14. Life Stinks (1991)
7
4
Life Stinks
PG-13
7
4

Goddard Bolt is an affluent and arrogant businessman who makes a bet with his rival that he can survive without money on the rough streets of Los Angeles for thirty days. However, the challenge seems to be much more harder than he had imagined. Soon, things take a turn when he meets a former Broadway dancer who is going through hard times.

Role:
Goddard Bolt
Starring:
Lesley Ann Warren, Jeffrey Tambor, Howard Morris, Stuart Pankin
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
15. Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)
10
6
Dracula: Dead and Loving It
PG-13
10
6

Dracula: Dead and Loving it is a comedy horror film, which is a parody of the classic vampire story as well as its popular film adaptations. The story revolves around Count Dracula who moves from his castle to Victorian London with his assistant, and is also hunting for flesh blood. He soon comes across two gorgeous young women. 

Starring:
Leslie Nielsen, Anne Bancroft, Steven Weber, Amy Yasbeck
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
16. Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank (2022)
6
5
Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank
UA
6
5
Role:
Shogun
Starring:
Michael Cera, Gabriel Iglesias, George Takei, Samuel L. Jackson, Ricky Gervais
17. Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story (2015)
8
2
Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story
8
2
Role:
Himself
Starring:
Francis Ford Coppola, Danny DeVito, Lillian Michelson, Harold Michelson
Directed By:
Daniel Raim
18. Mel Brooks Live at the Geffen (2015)
7
3
Mel Brooks Live at the Geffen
TV-PG
7
3
Role:
Himself
Starring:
Carl Reiner
19. Mel Brooks Strikes Back! (2012)
7
3
Mel Brooks Strikes Back!
7
3
Role:
Himself
Starring:
Alan Yentob,
20. Mickey's Audition (1992)
6
3
Mickey's Audition
6
3
Role:
Movie Director
Starring:
Ed Begley Jr., Angela Lansbury, Dom DeLuise, Wayne Allwine
Directed By:
Rob Minkoff
21. Svitati (1999)
2
3
Svitati
R
2
3
Role:
Jake Gordon
Starring:
Ezio Greggio, Julie Condra, Gianfranco Barra, Randi Ingerman
Directed By:
Ezio Greggio

Director

Young Frankenstein (1974)
25
5
Young Frankenstein
PG
25
5

Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, grandson of mad scientist Victor Frankenstein, inherits their family estate in Transylvania where he accidentally comes across his grandfather's journals and decides to resume his experiment. However, things gradually go out of hand after young Frankenstein unknowingly implants an abnormal brain into a corpse and his fiancée Elizabeth shows up in the estate.

Starring:
Teri Garr, Cloris Leachman, Marty Feldman, Gene Hackman, Gene Wilder, Madeline Kahn
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
An Audience with Mel Brooks (1983)
8
2
An Audience with Mel Brooks
8
2
Starring:
Helen Mirren, Anne Bancroft, Jonathan Pryce, Gordon Jackson
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
Blazing Saddles (1974)
20
5
Blazing Saddles
R
20
5

A satirical Western comedy, Blazing Saddles features a criminal who is appointed as the first black sheriff of Rock Ridge in order to anger the residents into abandoning town so that a scheming attorney general can profit from the railroad planned to pass through town. But the sheriff manages to win over the residents and save the town from destruction.

Starring:
Gene Wilder, Slim Pickens, Anne Bancroft, Madeline Kahn, Cleavon Little
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
The Producers (1967)
13
4
The Producers
PG
13
4

Academy Award-winning satirical film features once-successful Broadway producer Max Bialystock who now has to struggle to raise money for his shows. He teams up with his timid new accountant Leo Bloom, and hatches a plot to earn by producing an assured flop that closes after one show. They gather all necessary ingredients for a flop, starting with the play, ‘Springtime for Hitler.’ 

Starring:
Gene Wilder, Renée Taylor, William Hickey, Estelle Winwood, David Patch
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Writing, Story and Screenplay - Written Directly for the Screen
Spaceballs (1987)
19
8
Spaceballs
PG
19
8

After carelessly wasting their atmospheric air, Planet Spaceball’s crooked President Scroob decides to force neighboring Planet Druidia’s King Roland to share their atmosphere by ordering Dark Helmet to kidnap Roland’s daughter, Princess Vespa, on her wedding day. But space-pilot Lone Starr and his loyal half-man/half-dog ‘Barf’ come to help her. They need super powers of ‘The Schwartz’ to save Druidia. 

Starring:
John Candy, Bill Pullman, Rick Moranis, Phil Hartman, Joan Rivers, Corey Burton, Dick Van Patten
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
History of the World: Part I (1981)
9
4
History of the World: Part I
R
9
4

Starting from the events of the Old Testament to the Spanish Inquisition to the French Revolution, and lastly the future, this film explains the story of mankind in a comical way. 

Starring:
John Hurt, Bea Arthur, Spike Milligan, Sid Caesar, Orson Welles, Cloris Leachman, Dom DeLuise
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993)
14
7
Robin Hood: Men in Tights
PG-13
14
7

Captured during the Crusades, Robin Hood escapes and returns to England, which is now run by Prince John in the absence of King Richard. He leads a rebellion when he learns that John killed his family and snatched his estate, but soon draws the attention of Maid Marian, who is seeking a man to open her chastity belt.

Starring:
Dave Chappelle, Richard Lewis, Patrick Stewart, Isaac Hayes, Dick Van Patten, Amy Yasbeck, Cary Elwes
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
Silent Movie (1976)
7
3
Silent Movie
PG
7
3

Silent Movie is a comedy film which tells the story of Mel Funn, who used to be a great film director in Hollywood at one point. However, his career declined due to his drinking problem. Along with his sidekicks, he decides to make the first silent movie in forty years, in order to make a comeback.

Starring:
Bernadette Peters, Burt Reynolds, Liza Minnelli, Paul Newman, Marcel Marceau, Sid Caesar, Anne Bancroft
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
High Anxiety (1977)
7
4
High Anxiety
PG
7
4

A series of mysterious events welcome Dr. Richard H. Thorndyke, the newly appointed director of the Psychoneurotic Institute, who suffers from intense acrophobia. He is framed for murder by his colleagues -- including the mustachioed and militaristic Nurse Diesel. He is left with a full blown case of High Anxiety as he struggles to clear his name. 

Starring:
Cloris Leachman, Dick Van Patten, Ron Carey, Madeline Kahn, Harvey Korman
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
The Twelve Chairs (1970)
6
3
The Twelve Chairs
G
6
3

The Twelve Chairs is a comedy film which takes us to 1920s Soviet Russia. It tells the story of Ippolit, a fallen aristocrat, who learns about a treasure of jewels that have been hidden inside twelve dining chairs. He decides to set off to Moscow, accompanied by a con artist named Ostap. However, the priest who had overheard his mother’s confession decides to abandon all his duties, and he sets off to Moscow as well, hoping to have the treasure for himself.

Starring:
Frank Langella, Dom DeLuise, Ron Moody, Andréas Voutsinas
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
Life Stinks (1991)
5
4
Life Stinks
PG-13
5
4

Goddard Bolt is an affluent and arrogant businessman who makes a bet with his rival that he can survive without money on the rough streets of Los Angeles for thirty days. However, the challenge seems to be much more harder than he had imagined. Soon, things take a turn when he meets a former Broadway dancer who is going through hard times.

Starring:
Lesley Ann Warren, Jeffrey Tambor, Howard Morris, Stuart Pankin
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)
7
5
Dracula: Dead and Loving It
PG-13
7
5

Dracula: Dead and Loving it is a comedy horror film, which is a parody of the classic vampire story as well as its popular film adaptations. The story revolves around Count Dracula who moves from his castle to Victorian London with his assistant, and is also hunting for flesh blood. He soon comes across two gorgeous young women. 

Starring:
Leslie Nielsen, Anne Bancroft, Steven Weber, Amy Yasbeck
Directed By:
Mel Brooks

TV Shows

Ruby's Studio: The Feelings Show (2010)
10
1
Ruby's Studio: The Feelings Show
10
1
Role:
Sally Simon Simmons Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Kelsey Collins, Stevie P. Yurochko, Haley Brooke Walker, Mikayla Hwee
Directed By:
Jason Docter, Matt Docter
Curb Your Enthusiasm
66
9
Curb Your Enthusiasm
TV-MA
66
9
Starring:
Rosie O'Donnell, Gary Cole, Martin Scorsese, Mekhi Phifer, Aida Turturro, Dustin Hoffman, F. Murray Abraham
Directed By:
Robert B. Weide, Larry Charles, Bryan Gordon, David Steinberg, Alec Berg
Your Show of Shows
9
1
Your Show of Shows
9
1
Starring:
Carl Reiner, Sid Caesar, Howard Morris, Imogene Coca, James Starbuck
Directed By:
Kingman T. Moore, Max Liebman
The New Steve Allen Show
9
2
The New Steve Allen Show
9
2
Starring:
Don Knotts, Steve Allen, Carl Reiner, Steve Allen
Directed By:
Steve Binder
Caesar's Hour
9
2
Caesar's Hour
9
2
Starring:
Nanette Fabray, Bea Arthur, Sid Caesar, Carl Reiner
Directed By:
Frank Bunetta
Frasier
43
9
Frasier
TV-PG
43
9
Starring:
James Spader, John Waters, Bebe Neuwirth, Jay Leno, Bob Hoskins, David Duchovny, Ron Howard
Directed By:
The United States Steel Hour
8
2
The United States Steel Hour
8
2
Starring:
Lee Marvin, James Dean, William Shatner, Andy Griffith, Vincent Price, Telly Savalas, Carol Burnett
Directed By:
Alex Segal, Paul Bogart, Tom Donovan, Daniel Petrie, Bruce Minnix
Get Smart
13
3
Get Smart
TV-G
13
3
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Martin Landau, Don Rickles, Barbara Feldon, Tom Bosley, Ernest Borgnine, Danny Thomas
Directed By:
Bruce Bilson, Reza Badiyi, Charles R. Rondeau, Earl Bellamy, Richard Benedict
The Electric Company
9
2
The Electric Company
TV-G
9
2
Starring:
Lily Tomlin, Mel Blanc, Morgan Freeman, Rita Moreno, Skip Hinnant
Directed By:
John Tracy, Bob Schwarz, Henry Behar
Great Performances
8
2
Great Performances
8
2
Starring:
Faye Dunaway, Maggie Smith, Kristin Chenoweth, Swoosie Kurtz, Ian McKellen, Blythe Danner, Kevin Kline
Awards:
Grammy Award for Best Long Form Music Video
The Nutt House
7
2
The Nutt House
7
2
Starring:
Cloris Leachman, Gregory Itzin, Brian McNamara, Harvey Korman, Mark Blankfield
Directed By:
Bruce Bilson
When Things Were Rotten
7
2
When Things Were Rotten
7
2
Starring:
Dudley Moore, Dick Van Patten, Sid Caesar, Bernie Kopell, Dick Gautier
Directed By:
Play of the Week
7
2
Play of the Week
7
2
Starring:
Celeste Holm, Lillian Gish, Larry Hagman, Eli Wallach, George C. Scott, Ed Asner, Joyce Bulifant
Directed By:
Marc Daniels, Henry Kaplan, Ralph Nelson, Don Richardson, Paul Bogart
The Admiral Broadway Revue
6
2
The Admiral Broadway Revue
6
2
Starring:
Sid Caesar, Gower Champion, Imogene Coca, Mary McCarty, Marge Champion
Directed By:
Max Liebman
The Tracey Ullman Show
7
3
The Tracey Ullman Show
7
3
Starring:
Isabella Rossellini, Kelsey Grammer, Marilu Henner, Julie Kavner, Steve Martin, Fran Drescher, Martin Short
Directed By:
Ted Bessell, Art Wolff, Paul Flaherty, Harvey Miller
The Comedians
6
3
The Comedians
6
3
Starring:
Billy Crystal, Josh Gad, Jimmy Kimmel, Tom Kenny, Megan Ferguson
Directed By:
Larry Charles, David Mandel, Richie Keen
Mad About You
13
7
Mad About You
TV-PG
13
7
Starring:
Al Roker, Richard Belzer, Helen Hunt, Sydney Pollack, Jerry Seinfeld, Ellen DeGeneres, Lyle Lovett
Directed By:
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series
The Dick Emery Show
6
3
The Dick Emery Show
6
3
Starring:
Richard Todd, Christopher Timothy, Christopher Biggins, Dick Emery
Directed By:
Harold Snoad, Mike Crisp, Colin Charman, Bill Ersser
Get Smart
6
3
Get Smart
6
3
Starring:
Barbara Feldon, Andy Dick, Don Adams, Elaine Hendrix, Heather Morgan
Directed By:
Nick Marck
Sex, lögner & videovåld (2000)
5
3
Sex, lögner & videovåld
5
3
Starring:
Brandon Lee, Mike Beck, Johan Holm, Zara Zetterqvist
Directed By:
Richard Holm
Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd Out of Control (2008)
4
4
Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd Out of Control
PG-13
4
4
Starring:
Masi Oka, Marika Domińczyk, Anne Hathaway, Patrick Warburton, Nate Torrence, Jayma Mays, Marika Dominczyk
Directed By:
Gil Junger
The Paul Reiser Show
2
3
The Paul Reiser Show
2
3
Starring:
Larry David, John Aniston, Henry Rollins, Omid Djalili, Paul Reiser, Ben Shenkman
Directed By:

Narrator/Dubbing

Ruby's Studio: The Feelings Show (2010)
10
1
Ruby's Studio: The Feelings Show
10
1
Role:
Sally Simon Simmons Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Kelsey Collins, Stevie P. Yurochko, Haley Brooke Walker, Mikayla Hwee
Directed By:
Jason Docter, Matt Docter
Young Frankenstein (1974)
26
6
Young Frankenstein
PG
26
6

Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, grandson of mad scientist Victor Frankenstein, inherits their family estate in Transylvania where he accidentally comes across his grandfather's journals and decides to resume his experiment. However, things gradually go out of hand after young Frankenstein unknowingly implants an abnormal brain into a corpse and his fiancée Elizabeth shows up in the estate.

Role:
Werewolf / Cat Hit by Dart / Victor Frankenstein (voice) (uncredited)
Starring:
Teri Garr, Cloris Leachman, Marty Feldman, Gene Hackman, Gene Wilder, Madeline Kahn
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
The Producers (1967)
14
4
The Producers
PG
14
4

Academy Award-winning satirical film features once-successful Broadway producer Max Bialystock who now has to struggle to raise money for his shows. He teams up with his timid new accountant Leo Bloom, and hatches a plot to earn by producing an assured flop that closes after one show. They gather all necessary ingredients for a flop, starting with the play, ‘Springtime for Hitler.’ 

Role:
Singer in 'Springtime for Hitler' (voice) (uncredited)
Starring:
Gene Wilder, Renée Taylor, William Hickey, Estelle Winwood, David Patch
Directed By:
Mel Brooks
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Writing, Story and Screenplay - Written Directly for the Screen
It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie (2002)
6
3
It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie
PG
6
3
Role:
Joe Snow (voice)
Starring:
David Arquette, Joan Cusack, William H. Macy, Zach Braff, Whoopi Goldberg, Eric Jacobson
Directed By:
Kirk R. Thatcher
The Producers (2005)
10
5
The Producers
PG-13
10
5

The Producers is a musical comedy drama film, which tells the story of Max Bialystock, a theatre producer, who pairs up with an accountant to raise a huge amount to produce a show that they are sure will flop. 

Role:
Hilda the Pigeon / Tom the Cat (voice)
Starring:
Nathan Lane, Will Ferrell, Matthew Broderick, Uma Thurman
Directed By:
Susan Stroman
The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother (1975)
6
4
The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother
PG
6
4
Role:
Bruner (voice) (uncredited)
Starring:
Albert Finney, Marty Feldman, Gene Wilder, Dom DeLuise, Leo McKern, Madeline Kahn
Directed By:
Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank (2022)
6
5
Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank
UA
6
5
Role:
Shogun (voice)
Starring:
Michael Cera, Gabriel Iglesias, George Takei, Samuel L. Jackson, Ricky Gervais
Look Who's Talking Too (1990)
6
7
Look Who's Talking Too
PG-13
6
7

Look Who’s Talking To is a romantic comedy film, which revolves around Mollie and James, who are having a second baby. However, their first-born Mikey, is unhappy with all the attention his new sister is getting, and this leads to a sibling rivalry between them.  

Role:
Mr. Toilet Man (voice)
Starring:
John Travolta, Bruce Willis, Roseanne Barr, Kirstie Alley, Damon Wayans, Gilbert Gottfried, Elias Koteas
Directed By:
Amy Heckerling

Animation Movies

The Simpsons
44
7
The Simpsons
TV-14
44
7
Starring:
Liam Neeson, Frankie Muniz, Mandy Patinkin, Russell Brand, Winona Ryder, Matt Dillon, John Oliver
Directed By:
The Kids from Room 402
10
2
The Kids from Room 402
TV-Y
10
2
Starring:
Tara Strong, Mindy Cohn, April Winchell, Andrew Lawrence, Dennis Cruzado
Directed By:
Wade Konowalchuk
Free to Be... You & Me (1974)
9
2
Free to Be... You & Me
9
2
Role:
Baby Boy (voice)
Starring:
Alan Alda, Harry Belafonte, Marlo Thomas, Rita Coolidge
Directed By:
Bill Davis, Len Steckler, Fred Wolf
Toy Story 4 (2019)
26
8
Toy Story 4
G
26
8

The fourth installment in Pixar's Toy Story series, the film begins with Woody being given away to a new owner and his struggle to adjust in the new surroundings and also to a new toy called Forky. The story then goes on to portray his adventures when he and his gang set on a road trip with their owner, meeting his long lost friend Bo Peep on the way. 

Role:
Melephant Brooks (voice)
Starring:
Carl Weathers, Betty White, Tom Hanks, Patricia Arquette, Laurie Metcalf, Keanu Reeves, Bill Hader
Directed By:
Josh Cooley
The 2000 Year Old Man (1975)
8
3
The 2000 Year Old Man
8
3
Starring:
Carl Reiner
Directed By:
Leo Salkin
The Prince of Egypt (1998)
16
7
The Prince of Egypt
PG
16
7

The Disney adaptation of the Book of Exodus is an animated retelling of the life of Moses. It follows Moses’ journey from an Egyptian prince, to his final destination of leading the Hebrew slaves in Egypt to their freedom, to Mount Sinai, away from his brother Pharaoh Rameses II. 

Role:
(voice) (uncredited)
Starring:
Danny Glover, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sandra Bullock, Martin Short, Steve Martin, Val Edward Kilmer, Ralph Fiennes
Directed By:
Brenda Chapman, Steve Hickner, Simon Wells
The Critic (1963)
7
3
The Critic
7
3

The Academy Award winning animated short film is a satire of avant-garde and esoteric films. Inspired by a real life incidence, the short shows abstract shapes in vibrant shades against color-shifting background as a 70+ years old grumpy man (voice of Mel Brooks), who is unable to decipher the obscure visuals, carries on a relentless commentary.

Directed By:
Ernest Pintoff
Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014)
11
5
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
PG
11
5

After being rejected by a potential owner, a talking dog named Mr Peabody, embarks on a life dedicated to science, technology and athletics. Eventually, he also adopts a son named Sherman. 

Role:
Albert Einstein (voice)
Starring:
Stephen Colbert, Ariel Winter, Karan Brar, Allison Janney, Stanley Tucci, Leslie Mann, Patrick Warburton
Directed By:
Rob Minkoff
Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks
7
3
Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks
TV-Y
7
3
Starring:
Tara Strong, Russi Taylor, Nika Futterman, Melissa Disney
Directed By:
Jeff Gordon, John Over
Ballerina (2016)
8
4
Ballerina
PG
8
4

A girl from rural France moves to Paris in the hope of becoming a ballerina and auditions for the esteemed Paris Opera Ballet under the guise of someone else.

Role:
Luteau (voice)
Starring:
Kate McKinnon, Dane DeHaan, Elle Fanning, Terrence Scammell, Carly Rae Jepsen
Directed By:
Eric Summer, Éric Warin
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
8
4
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
TV-Y7
8
4
Starring:
Jim Cummings, Tim Curry, Ving Rhames, Tom Kenny, Christian Slater, Ben Stein, Jim Belushi
Directed By:
Keith Alcorn, Mike Gasaway, Kirby Atkins
Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015)
14
7
Hotel Transylvania 2
PG
14
7

The sequel finds Johnny and Mavis married with the blessings of her vampire father Dracula, and raising their child, Dennis, in Transylvania. But when Dennis doesn’t show his vampire side, Dracula enlists the help of his friends to unleash his potential. Things get hilariously complicated when Drac’s human-hating father Vlad shows up. 

Role:
Vlad (voice)
Starring:
Megan Mullally, Fran Drescher, Selena Gomez, Chris Parnell, Steve Buscemi, David Spade, Nick Swardson
Directed By:
Genndy Tartakovsky
Robots (2005)
15
8
Robots
PG
15
8

Rodney Copperbottom is an aspiring inventor in a world full of sentient robots. He idolizes Bigweld, a famous inventor whose Bigweld Industries makes spare parts. Unfortunately, in Bigweld’s absence, the new owner Phineas T. Ratchet has stopped making spare parts in favor of expensive upgrades. Rodney must find a way to contact Bigweld and stop Rachet. 

Role:
Bigweld (voice)
Starring:
Halle Berry, Dianne Wiest, Paul Giamatti, Ewan McGregor, Greg Kinnear, Drew Carey, Jennifer Coolidge
Directed By:
Chris Wedge, Carlos Saldanha
Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (2018)
10
6
Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation
PG
10
6

Immortal Count Dracula ‘Drac’ is stressed-out running his hotel to provide everyone else vacation, so his daughter, Mavis, arranges a family voyage on luxury Monster Cruise Ship where all Drac’s family and friends join them and enjoy the fun on-board. When lonely Drac falls for the enigmatic captain of the ship, Erica, a protective Mavis is shocked to discover the dark secret about Erica. 

Role:
Vlad (voice)
Starring:
Andy Samberg, Joe Jonas, Kevin James, Adam Sandler, Molly Shannon, David Spade, Fran Drescher
Directed By:
Genndy Tartakovsky
Shinbone Alley (1970)
4
3
Shinbone Alley
G
4
3

This animated musical film revolves around Archy, a suicidal poet who tries to kill himself but he soon comes back to life as a cockroach. He eventually learns to write poetry again by hopping on typewriter keys.

Starring:
John Carradine, Hal Smith, Alan Reed, Carol Channing, Eddie Bracken
Directed By:
David Detiege, John Wilson
Xiao men shen (2016)
4
4
Xiao men shen
4
4
Role:
Rogman (voice)
Starring:
Edward Norton, Bella Thorne, Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep, Bai-Ke, Mike Birbiglia, Jim Gaffigan
Directed By:
Gary Wang, Terrence Stone, Paulette Victor-Lifton
Special Agent Oso
4
4
Special Agent Oso
4
4
Starring:
Rita Moreno, Zachary Gordon, Yara Shahidi, Doris Roberts, Madison Pettis, Sean Astin, Tom Kenny
Directed By:
Jamie Mitchell
Glenn Martin DDS
3
3
Glenn Martin DDS
TV-14
3
3
Starring:
Kevin Durand, Patton Oswalt, Ashley Tisdale, Alex Borstein, Don Johnson, Billy West, Elijah Wood
Directed By:
Ken Cunningham, Dave Barton Thomas, Aaron Woodley, Bob Crossman
Dora the Explorer
3
4
Dora the Explorer
TV-Y
3
4
Starring:
Jason Alexander, John Leguizamo, Hilary Duff, Skai Jackson, Alan Cumming, Jake T. Austin, Rosie Perez
Directed By:
Gary Conrad, Sherie Pollack, Allan Jacobsen, Henry Madden, George S. Chialtas
Spaceballs: The Animated Series
3
3
Spaceballs: The Animated Series
TV-14
3
3
Role:
President Skroob / ...
Starring:
Joan Rivers, Dee Bradley Baker, Rino Romano, Tino Insana, Daphne Zuniga
Directed By:
Chad Hammes, Michael Montaine, Jason Raines, David Dulac, Blake Leibel

Special Appearance/Cameo

Up at the Villa (2000)
8
6
Up at the Villa
PG-13
8
6
Role:
Train Station Man (uncredited)
Starring:
Derek Jacobi, Kristin Scott Thomas, Sean Penn, Anne Bancroft, Jeremy Davies
Directed By:
Philip Haas
Il silenzio dei prosciutti (1994)
7
9
Il silenzio dei prosciutti
R
7
9

This comedy thriller film is a parody of the psychological thriller films ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ and ‘Pyscho’. The film revolves around Jo Dee Foster, a rookie FBI agent, who is on his first case, looking for a serial killer who is wanted for over 120 murders. In order to find the killer, Fostar enlists the help of a convicted murderer named Animal Cannibal Pizza.

Role:
Checkout Guest (uncredited)
Starring:
Phyllis Diller, Billy Zane, Shelley Winters, John Carpenter, Dom DeLuise, Martin Balsam
Directed By:
Ezio Greggio

Mel Brooks Awards

Academy Awards
The Producers Best Writing, Story and Screenplay - Written Directly for the Screen 1969
Primetime Emmy Awards
Mad About You Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series 1999
Mad About You Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series 1998
Mad About You Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series 1997
The Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris Special Outstanding Writing Achievement in Variety 1967
Grammy Awards
Great Performances Best Long Form Music Video 2002
Winner Best Spoken Comedy Album 1999
Winner Best Musical Show Album 2002