Young Frankenstein By Gene Wilder: Article Analysis

"No it 's pronounced Fronkensteen" a quote made famous by Gene Wilder in the classic movie, Young Frankenstein, will forever be immortalized by those mourning his loss. Wilder 's life is the focus of the media and his life is being celebrated because of his loss due to Alzheimer 's at the age of 83 on August 28, 2016. Best known for his wacky neuroticism, Gene Wilder was born Jerome Silberman in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He changed his name at age 26 to Gene Wilder after deciding that he couldn 't quite see a marquee reading "Jerry Silberman as Mac Beth." Breaking into screen acting with his first roll as a hostage in the film Bonnie and Clyde, Wilder was best known for his iconic roll as Willy Wonka in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, …show more content…
It is the most accurate and responsible, citing all sources and even sitting corrections of past editions of the article. It is entertaining, while remaining thorough and thought provoking. The writer of this particular article has a strong grasp of who Gene Wilder was and gives a respectful biography of his personal life as well as his career. Not only does this correspondent delve into the vault of Wilder 's work in movies and theater, but also explores his late wife, Gilda Radnor 's work and their marriage which interests this reader greatly as a long-time fan of Radner 's. The author also mentions the Gilda Radnor foundation (Gilda 's club) that Gene began in her …show more content…
He truly strikes me as a personal fan of Gene Wilder. Written with compassion and empathy, this piece makes the audience wants to participate and find out more about who Gene Wilder was.
Overall, it is an informative article. Daniel Lewis, really honors Gene Wilder 's memory and instead of focusing on his death, is celebrating his life. The reader has a better grasp of the life of gene wilder as a comedian, a person, an author, a husband, a father and a wonderfully gifted actor who will definitely be

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