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First showing on network television, starring
Mel Brooks , John Candy
The evil leaders of the planet Spaceball, having foolishly squandered their atmosphere, devise a plan to take every breath of air away from their peaceful neighbour, the planet Druidia. Mel Brooks, director of Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein , crosses mankind's ultimate frontier in this wild comedy.
Producer/Director Mel Brooks
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Unknown: Mel Brooks
Unknown: John Candy
Unknown: Young Frankenstein
Director: Mel Brooks
President Stroob Yogurt: Mel Brooks
Barf: John Candy
Dark Helmet: Rick Morants
Lone Starr: Bill Pullman
Princess Vespa: Daphne Zuniga
King Roland: Dickvan Patten
Colonel Sandurz: George Wyner
Radar technician: Michael Winslow
Voice of Dot Matrix: Joan Rivers
Dot Matrix: Lorene Yarnell
John Hurt: Himself
Radio operator: Sal Vtscuso
Minister: Ronny Graham
Commanderette Zircon: Leslie Bevis
Voice of Pizza the Hull: Dom Deluise

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