While it's debatable whether the zany cornball gags of Mel Brooks' comedies are still truly funny in today's climate of hyper-cynical jaded irony fests, there's one staple of Brooks' comedic oeuvre who's undeniably a timeless laugh riot: the late, great Madeline Kahn. Sure, she was typecast as the shrill brazen floozy with an off-kilter haughty demeanor, but nobody played the harpy better. Listening to her moan and groan under the weight of Peter... More >>>