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Hey fans… if you pre-order your DVD/CD set from Shout! Factory right now you can get a MEL BROOKS SIGNED COPY for the same price as on Amazon. There were only 300 of these boxes signed by Mel Brooks and I know for a fact that there are less than 300 left! As long as […]


Shout Factory, who makes some great TV show DVD sets, has produced a short documentary on the history of the 2000 Year Old Man.  It’s called “Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner : Excavating the 2000 Year Old Man,” and is set to start airing on PBS at the end of the month/early March. The first […]

Posted: February 18th, 2012 under Interview, Television, TYOM.
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Steve Heisler interviews Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner prior to the release of the new 2000 Year Old Man CD/DVD set. Check it out at AV Club.

Posted: December 1st, 2009 under Carl Reiner, General, Interview, TYOM.
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For all the fans asking about the Rhino CD set/records your day has finally come! I was browsing a Sports Illustrated at my dentist’s when I saw an interview and ad for The 2000 Year Old Man : The Complete History Box Set!!! This is a 3-CD, 1-DVD and booklet set. The CDs include REMASTERED […]

Posted: November 18th, 2009 under Carl Reiner, DVD, Merchandise, TYOM.
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Just a quick note. The front page of the New York Times website has an article up today about the return of the 2000 Year Old Man comedy routine. I had heard little murmurs about this, but I’m really glad that Mel and Carl are healthy and still interested in entertaining the world. Here is […]

Posted: November 13th, 2009 under Carl Reiner, General, Merchandise, TYOM.
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Hi All, Wow, move over Lehman Brothers, we’re all in for quite a treat! Jim Benson has posted a new episode of his TV Time Machine Radio Show with Mel Brooks… and it clocks in at over an hour! It’s full of great clips that most fans have not heard for as far back as […]


In celebration of Selection Sunday for NCAA Basketball I’ve got a trio of interviews posted today. If you’re interested in Mel’s more serious works with his production company Brooksfilms, be sure to check out the Saturday Review andRolling Stone interviews . Both of these interviews are dated back in the 1980’s, when brooks was giving […]

Posted: March 11th, 2007 under Brooksfilms, Interview, TYOM.
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Small, but significant additions today. The October 1966 and February 1975 Playboy interviews have been mirrored by other sites on the net but their original home was here @Brookslyn. They are some of the earliest interviews that I have found hardcopies of and also the original interviews that really got me interested in Mel Brooks. […]

Posted: March 7th, 2007 under Interview, TYOM, Young Frankenstein.
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Hey all, just finished transcribing a few old NPR shows. Check them out on the Print page. If you’ve still got your hearing I’ve included links to the original NPR pages with streaming audio on each transcript. Aug 18th 2004 NPR Morning Edition – Susan Stramberg talks with Mel about The Producers in Washington DC, […]

Posted: March 2nd, 2007 under Anne Bancroft, Interview, Max Brooks, The Producers, TYOM.
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