Who are the main characters in the producers?
1 Zero Mostel – Max Bialystock 2 Gene Wilder – Leo Bloom 3 Kenneth Mars – Franz Liebkind 4 Estelle Winwood – Hold me, Touch me 5 Renee Taylor – Eva Braun 6 Christopher Hewett – Roger De Bris 7 Lee Meredith – Ulla 8 William Hickey – The drunk 9 Andreas Voutsinas – Carmen Ghia 10 David Patch – Goebbels
What did Leo say at the end of the producers?
Leo: DON’T SAY IT! [calmer] I’m scared that, if I hear it just once more, I’ll start getting sick to my stomach and I won’t be able to stop. [At that moment, Roger DeBris comes in with a tray of champagne and glasses] Roger: CONGRATULATIONS!
What does bloom say at the end of the producers?
Bloom, look at me. Look at me, Bloom! Bloom, I’m drowning. Other men sail through life. Bialystock has struck a reef. Bloom, I’m going under. I’m being sunk by a society that demands success when all I can offer is failure. Bloom, I’m reaching out to you.
Why did we want to produce the producers?
That’s exactly why we want to produce this play. To show the world the true Hitler, the Hitler you loved, the Hitler you knew, the Hitler with a song in his heart. How could this happen?
Returning to his old accounting firm, Leo starts fantasizing about being a Broadway producer (“I Wanna Be a Producer”). Leo quits his job and forms “Bialystock & Bloom” with Max. Searching for the worst play ever written, the duo finds Springtime for Hitler, a musical written by an ex- Nazi named Franz Liebkind.
Where does the TV show The producers take place?
The drama is set in the backstage world of broadcasting industry. The story revolves around the dynamic work and life of people who work in the entertainment division of television network.
What are the problems with the producers movie?
A Broadway producer and his accountant team up to make a flop as part of a get-rich-quick scheme set to music. All the problems – the over-acting, the kitsch – that plagued the original production are on full display here, and added to those is some really bad music.
What happens at the end of the producers?
Leo jests that by selling an excess of shares and embezzling the funds, a flop could generate up to $2 million. Max asks for Leo’s help with the scheme, only for the latter to refuse (“We Can Do It”). Returning to his old accounting firm, Leo starts fantasizing about being a Broadway producer (“I Wanna Be a Producer”).