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Please see your browser settings for this feature. EMBED for wordpress. Want more?Jun 12, · History of the World, Part 1. Join acclaimed funnyman Mel Brooks on an outrageous trip through history – and learn what “really” happened. Travel from a crazy spoof of to the Roman Empire, where Brooks plays a stand-up philosopher in Caesar’s Palace, to the French Revolution, where Brooks is King Louis XVI, and the Spanish Actors: Mel Brooks. History of the World: Part I. In this spoof of great moments in history from the dawn of humanity through the French Revolution, director Mel Brooks delivers a twisted history lesson through his signature satirical, madcap humor. Funny, vulgar, and narrated by the great Orson Welles, 'History of the World Part I' tells the progress of humankind /5(K). Rent $ Buy $ View in iTunes. Join acclaimed funnyman Mel Brooks on an outrageous trip through history – and learn what “really” happened. Travel from a crazy spoof of to the Roman Empire, where Brooks plays a stand-up philosopher in Caesar’s Palace, to the French Revolution, where Brooks is King Louis XVI, and the Spanish /5(34).
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Storyline Edit. From the dawn of man to the distant future, mankind's evolution or lack thereof is traced. Often ridiculous but never serious, we learn the truth behind the Roman Emperor, we learn what really happened at the Last Supper, the circumstances that surrounded the French Revolution, how to pqrt eunuchs, and what kind of shoes the Spanish Inquisitor wore.
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Trivia According to Mel Brooksthe Moses scene was a last minute addition. One day, he was gazing out at the scenery that had been built for the caveman segments, when the gears in his head started turning. Heading into the shoot, his plan was to "skip the Bible and go to Rome. With a few minor alterations, Brooks converted his fake caves into a mountaintop, and the Moses bit was born.
Since diigtal segment ends with the Last Supper, Christianity did worlc exist yet. Also, there is a small bit missing in the stone age segment, showing the invention of art wall paintingand the first critic taking a leak on the masterpiece.
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Connections Edited from The Vikings User reviews Review. Top review. Marred only by overlength, this is one hilarious bit of cinema as Mel Brooks satirizes the stone age, the 10 Commandments, Rome, the Last Supper, the Inquisition, and Louie the 16th sorry I couldn't get the name right.
Of course, the stone age also happens histoory make fun of " A Space Odyssey".
Also funny is at the end with the whole "Jews In Space" bit. I love that stuff. Personally I thought the best bits were set in Rome, what with the gags about Vestal Virgins, innuendo between the queen and the late Gregory Hines, the "Stand Up Philosopher", Ethiopia, getting the Roman guards high, downkoad of course, the Last Supper.
This is not to say the Inquisition Musical number is not worth a look. DarthBill Apr 28, FAQ 1. Will there be a part 2? Details Edit.
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Release date June 12, United States. United States. English Latin French. Mel Brooks' History of the World: Part 1. Vaux-le-Vicomte, Seine-et-Marne, France.
Box office Edit. Technical specs Edit. Runtime 1h 32min.