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Spaceballs (24-Jun-1987)

Director: Mel Brooks

Writers: Mel Brooks; Thomas Meehan; Ronny Graham

Music by: John Morris

Producer: Mel Brooks

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Comedy, Spoof, Kidnapping, Explosions

Planet Spaceballs has used up all its fresh air; President Skroob dispatches Lord Dark Helmet to kidnap Princess Vespa, daughter of King Roland of Druidia. Her ransom will be the combination to Druidia's air shield, protecting the planet's treasure trove of clean air; perhaps the only ones capable of saving her are Lone Starr and his faithful half-dog, half-man Barf. Spoof primarily of Star Wars (1977), with many other films lampooned as well.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mel Brooks
Film Director
28-Jun-1926   Blazing Saddles
Jim J. Bullock
9-Feb-1955   Monroe on Too Close for Comfort
John Candy
31-Oct-1950 4-Mar-1994 Uncle Buck
Tony Cox
31-Mar-1958   Marcus in Bad Santa
Dom DeLuise
1-Aug-1933 4-May-2009 Cannonball Run
Rick Ducommun
3-Jul-1952 12-Jun-2015 The Burbs
John Hurt
22-Jan-1940 27-Jan-2017 Alien
Rick Moranis
18-Apr-1953   SCTV, Honey I Shrunk The Kids
Bill Pullman
17-Dec-1953   Independence Day
Jack Riley
30-Dec-1935 19-Aug-2016 Elliot Carlin on The Bob Newhart Show
Joan Rivers
8-Jun-1933 4-Sep-2014 Can we talk?
Tim Russ
22-Jun-1956   Tuvok on Star Trek: Voyager
Felix Silla
11-Jan-1937   Cousin Itt on The Addams Family
Brenda Strong
25-Mar-1960   Desperate Housewives
Stephen Tobolowsky
30-May-1951   Ned Ryerson in Groundhog Day
Dick Van Patten
9-Dec-1928 23-Jun-2015 Dad on Eight is Enough
Michael Winslow
6-Sep-1958   Man of 10,000 Sound Effects in Police Academy
George Wyner
20-Oct-1945   ADA Irwin Bernstein on Hill Street Blues
Daphne Zuniga
28-Oct-1962   Princess Vespa in Spaceballs


Mel Brooks   ...   President Skroob / Yogurt
John Candy   ...   Barf
Rick Moranis   ...   Dark Helmet
Bill Pullman   ...   Lone Starr
Daphne Zuniga   ...   Princess Vespa
Dick Van Patten   ...   King Roland
George Wyner   ...   Col. Sandurz
Michael Winslow   ...   Radar Technician
Joan Rivers   ...   Dot Matrix (voice)
Lorene Yarnell   ...   Dot Matrix
John Hurt   ...   Himself
Sal Viscuso   ...   Radio Operator
Ronny Graham   ...   Minister
Jim J. Bullock   ...   Prince Valium
Leslie Bevis   ...   Commanderette Zircon
Jim Jackman   ...   Maj. Asshole
Michael Pniewski   ...   Laser Gunner
Sandy Helberg   ...   Dr. Schlotkin
Stephen Tobolowsky   ...   Captain of the Guard
Jeff MacGregor   ...   Snotty
Henry Kaiser   ...   Magnetic Beam Operator
Denise Gallup   ...   Charlene
Dian Gallup   ...   Marlene
Gail Barle   ...   Waitress
Dey Young   ...   Waitress
Rhonda Shear   ...   Woman in Diner
Robert Prescott   ...   Sand Cruiser Driver
Jack Riley   ...   TV Newsman
Tom Dreesen   ...   Megamaid Guard
Rudy DeLuca   ...   Vinnie
Tony Griffin   ...   Prison Guard
Rick Ducommun   ...   Prison Guard
Ken Olfson   ...   Head Usher
Bryan O'Byrne   ...   Organist
Wayne Wilson   ...   Trucker in Cap
Ira Miller   ...   Short Order Cook
Earl Finn   ...   Guard with Captain
Mitchell Bock   ...   Video Operator
Tommy Swerdlow   ...   Troop Leader
Tim Russ   ...   Trooper
The Dinks
Ed Gale   ...   Dink
Antonio Hoyos   ...   Dink
Felix Silla   ...   Dink
Arturo Gil   ...   Dink
Tony Cox   ...   Dink
John Kennedy Hayden   ...   Dink
Deanna Booher   ...   Bearded Lady
Johnny Silver   ...   Caddy
Brenda Strong   ...   Nurse
Dom DeLuise   ...   Pizza The Hutt (voice)


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