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Spaceballs, the toilet paper. Spaceballs, the ... animated series?

Spaceballs has become its own joke!

Mel Brooks, whose comedy hits include "The Producers" and "Blazing Saddles," is bringing his sci-fi spoof "Spaceballs" to television in cartoon form.
"Spaceballs: The Animated Series" will air on the G4 television network beginning next fall, it was announced Wednesday.
The 1987 film, which starred Brooks, Rick Moranis and John Candy, parodied "Star Wars" and other sci-fi movies. The new animated version will poke fun at blockbuster movies, reality TV, politics and pop culture.
Brooks, 80, will write the pilot episode and voice two of the show's characters.
Tags: humor, movies

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