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Mel Brooks built one of the great careers in modern comedy by spoofing Hollywood genres, and his take on the western ranks among his best and most outrageously vulgar. When shady attorney general Hedley Lamarr tries to extend a railroad through Rock Ridge, he schemes to buy the land on the cheap by appointing the town a new black sheriff (Little) and waiting for white flight to take its course. Co-written by Richard Pryor, and ranked among AFI’s 10 funniest films of all-time, Blazing Saddles is packed with a breathtaking abundance of onscreen flatulence, explosive racial humor, and wacky anachronisms (including a frontier performance of “April in Paris” by the Count Basie Orchestra).