TOP 20 Mel Brooks Quotes

TOP 20 Mel Brooks Quotes.
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“Hope for the Best. Expect the worst. Life is a play. We’re unrehearsed.”
— Mel Brooks (00:00)

“Life literally abounds in comedy if you just look around you.”
— Mel Brooks (00:07)

“It’s good to be the king.”
— Mel Brooks (00:14)

“No creative writer knows what is commercial and what isn’t. You just write from your heart, you write from the deepest, creative urges in you, and you write from your soul, and you just either get lucky or not.”
— Mel Brooks (00:21)

“Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you fall into an open sewer and die.”
— Mel Brooks (00:28)

“You got to be brave. If you feel something, you’ve really got to risk it.”
— Mel Brooks (00:35)

“Not only should we laugh about Hitler. We must laugh about him. Especially in Berlin.”
— Mel Brooks (00:42)

“Writing is simply one thought after another dying upon the one before.”
— Mel Brooks (00:49)

“An egg cream can do anything. An egg cream to a Brooklyn Jew is like water to an Arab. A Jew will kill for an egg cream. It’s the Jewish malmsey.”
— Mel Brooks (00:56)

“I don’t think in terms of results at all. I think: what next insanity can I shock the world with?”
— Mel Brooks (01:03)

“Usually when a lot of men get together, it’s called a war.”
— Mel Brooks (01:10)

“Every human being has hundreds of separate people living under his skin…”
— Mel Brooks (01:17)

“The only weapon I’ve got is comedy.”
— Mel Brooks (01:24)

“Everything starts with writing.”
— Mel Brooks (01:31)

“I’ve always loved songwriting, and I vowed to be a songwriter like Cole Porter when I was only 9 years old.”
— Mel Brooks (01:38)

“Look, I had to take chances or it wasn’t fun being funny.”
— Mel Brooks (01:45)

“My liveliness is based on an incredible fear of death. In order to keep death at bay, I do a lot of “Yah! Yah! Yah!” And death says, “All right. He’s too noisy and busy. I’ll wait for someone who’s sitting quietly, half asleep.””
— Mel Brooks (01:52)

“Merchandising, merchandising, where the real money from the movie is made.”
— Mel Brooks (01:59)

“I’m married to a beautiful and talented woman who can lift your spirits just by looking at you.”
— Mel Brooks (02:06)

“I was born on the kitchen table. We were so poor my mother couldn’t afford to have me; the lady next door gave birth to me.”
— Mel Brooks (02:13)

Music credit: Easy Day – Kevin MacLeod


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