From 1968 in Mel Brooks' movie, The Producers to 2007 in Mel Brooks' Broadway musical, Young Frankenstein, it is the story of Mel Brooks from the 1949, The Admiral Broadway Revue to the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 23, 2010.
Veteran actress Rose Bateman is struggling with her life outside the spotlight, despite maintaining a high profiling career and a family who have little to zero interest in following her kother's dreams. It isn't until cheery up and coming actress Alexis Mitchell joins Bateman's rom-com movie after making a breakthrough with her career. To Rose's disgust, Alexis is young and still touring around Hollywood to embrace a bigger acting career. Throughout filming, Rose and Alexis find themselves attracted and closer to each other, resulting in a chemistry that is unbreakable. However, their bond endangers their personal lives as Alexis's boyfriend ...
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Michał Waszyński (29 September 1904 – 20 February 1965) (born Mosze Waks) was first a film director in his native Poland, then in Italy, and later (as Michael Waszynski) a producer of the major American films such as "55 days at Peking" or "The Fall of the Roman Empire". Known for his elegance and impeccable manners he was called by many "the prince". Con-artist in his very own way, he made people believe that he was part of the German aristocracy. Notoriously gay, he was a close friend of Welles, Loren etc.
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