A send-up of Western cliches, this one famously includes a scene of campfire flatulence.
Brooks puts on display his regular cast -- Gene Wilder, Cloris Leachman -- in this spoof of Universal's B-movies.
Brooks's parody of sci-fi flicks, in which the evil Dark Helmet terrorizes a galaxy far, far away.
Brooks tweaked historical epics in this laugh-out-loud send-up of milestone events.
Cary Elwes dons the titular tights, with some help from his sidekick, a young Dave Chappelle.
Gene Wilder stars as a theater producer behind a stink bomb that becomes a hit. The movie inspired a Broadway musical -- and a remake.
This time, it's Hitchock who gets the Brooks treatment: Brooks stars as a doctor framed for murder.
Brooks plays a silent-movie director in this film. The only bit of dialogue comes from mime Marcel Marceau.
The last movie to be directed by Brooks, featuring Leslie Nielsen as the toothsome count vamping it up in London.
A Brooks rarity, this movie plays it straight: Brooks stars as a CEO who endures life in a slum to win a bet.
An impoverished nobleman learns his mother has hidden a fortune in a set of dining chairs; con artists begin pursuing them, too.