DIGITAL CINEMA PRESENTATION
1974 proved to be Mel Brooks' finest year, when his two masterpieces, Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein, were the top and fourth-highest grossing films of the year. But Young Frankenstein is a rarity: filmed in gorgeous black-and-white, and featuring a cast that could nimbly jump between comedy and pathos, Brooks' great send-up of Universal horror films is also a touching motion picture. Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle are perfect as master and monster, and Marty Feldman, Cloris Leachman, and Teri Garr helping round out a brilliant cast.
DCP courtesy Swank Motion Pictures.