History Heartwarming / TheProducers

31st Oct '16 12:58:59 PM AdelePotter
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* When Max and Leo are at the fountain and Leo decides to go through with it-Creator/GeneWilder states that this was the scene that made him decide to stick with acting.

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* When Max and Leo are at the fountain and Leo decides to go through with it-Creator/GeneWilder it. Creator/GeneWilder states that this was the scene that made him decide to stick with acting.



* A single manly tear welled up in this troper's eye at the end of "Till Him" in the 2005 version, especially when Broderick hit his high note.

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* A single manly tear welled up in this troper's eye at the The end of "Till Him" in the 2005 version, especially when Broderick hit his high note.



* When Nathan Lane won the Tony for his performance of Max, he brings Matthew on stage for a while to share it with him. He also thanks the late Zero Mostel.

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* When Nathan Lane won the Tony for his performance of Max, he brings Matthew on stage for a while to share it with him. He also thanks the late Zero Mostel.Mostel.
* The fact that all the little old ladies really do care about Max. They all show up to support him in court, and it's implied that, yeah, they're all aware of the fact that they're not Max's only "romance." But, hey, they're happy in spite of that, and isn't that what really matters?
-->'''Leo:''' The way I see it, law was created to protect people from being wronged. And who has Max Bialystock wronged? Certainly not these ladies. ''(gestures towards Hold Me-Touch Me and the others)''\\
'''Old Ladies:''' Oh, no!
14th Jun '16 6:30:18 AM jimbodeek
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14th Jun '16 6:29:52 AM jimbodeek
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--> "You're going out there a silly, hysterical, screaming queen, but you're coming back a great big, passing-for-straight, Broadway star!"
31st Jan '15 8:23:41 AM CarolC
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* Carmen's pep talk to convince Roger to play Hitler. Everyone watching knows Roger has no talent, but you can't help but be a little touched by Carmen's unwavering love, support and belief in him.

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* Carmen's pep talk to convince Roger to play Hitler. Everyone watching knows Roger has no talent, but you can't help but be a little touched by Carmen's unwavering love, support and belief in him.him.
* When Nathan Lane won the Tony for his performance of Max, he brings Matthew on stage for a while to share it with him. He also thanks the late Zero Mostel.
23rd Aug '13 12:07:25 PM dsneybuf
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** Brooks also gave Gene Wilder his due in his Oscar acceptance speech, thanking him three times in a row.

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** * Brooks also gave Gene Wilder his due in his Oscar acceptance speech, thanking him three times in a row.
13th Aug '13 9:07:08 AM dsneybuf
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!!The original movie



* Leo's {{Adorkable}} defence of Max, where he tells the court how nobody had ever called him by his first name, or sang a song with him until he met Max. The childlike innocence and total sincerity is very touching.
* When Max and Leo are at the fountain and Leo decides to go through with it-Creator/GeneWilder states that this was the scene that made him decide to stick with acting.

!!The musical



* Carmen's pep talk to convince Roger to play Hitler in the 2005 version. Everyone watching knows Roger has no talent, but you can't help but be a little touched by Carmen's unwavering love, support and belief in him.
* In the original film, Leo's {{Adorkable}} defence of Max, where he tells the court how nobody had ever called him by his first name, or sang a song with him until he met Max. The childlike innocence and total sincerity is very touching.
* In the 1968 film where Max and Leo are at the fountain and Leo decides to go through with it, GeneWilder states that this was the scene that made him decide to stick with acting.

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* Carmen's pep talk to convince Roger to play Hitler in the 2005 version. Hitler. Everyone watching knows Roger has no talent, but you can't help but be a little touched by Carmen's unwavering love, support and belief in him.
* In the original film, Leo's {{Adorkable}} defence of Max, where he tells the court how nobody had ever called him by his first name, or sang a song with him until he met Max. The childlike innocence and total sincerity is very touching.
* In the 1968 film where Max and Leo are at the fountain and Leo decides to go through with it, GeneWilder states that this was the scene that made him decide to stick with acting.
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21st May '13 9:46:06 AM Eegah
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** Brooks also gave Gene Wilder his due in his Oscar acceptance speech, thanking him three times in a row.
4th Jun '12 5:56:41 PM drcynic
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* In the original film, Leo's {{Adorkable}} defence of Max, where he tells the court how nobody had ever called him by his first name, or sang a song with him until he met Max. The childlike innocence and total sincerity is very touching.

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* In the original film, Leo's {{Adorkable}} defence of Max, where he tells the court how nobody had ever called him by his first name, or sang a song with him until he met Max. The childlike innocence and total sincerity is very touching.touching.
* In the 1968 film where Max and Leo are at the fountain and Leo decides to go through with it, GeneWilder states that this was the scene that made him decide to stick with acting.
15th May '12 12:01:29 PM mzytryck
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* Carmen's pep talk to convince Roger to play Hitler in the 2005 version. Everyone watching knows Roger has no talent, but you can't help but be a little touched by Carmen's unwavering love, support and belief in him.

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* Carmen's pep talk to convince Roger to play Hitler in the 2005 version. Everyone watching knows Roger has no talent, but you can't help but be a little touched by Carmen's unwavering love, support and belief in him.him.
* In the original film, Leo's {{Adorkable}} defence of Max, where he tells the court how nobody had ever called him by his first name, or sang a song with him until he met Max. The childlike innocence and total sincerity is very touching.
1st Feb '12 1:48:21 PM WolframAndHart
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* At the end, when Bloom finally gets the hat - meaning he's a Broadway-producer.

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* At the end, when Bloom finally gets the hat - meaning he's a Broadway-producer.Broadway-producer.
* Carmen's pep talk to convince Roger to play Hitler in the 2005 version. Everyone watching knows Roger has no talent, but you can't help but be a little touched by Carmen's unwavering love, support and belief in him.
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