Neuroticism In Frankenstein

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"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…
This source had far too many typographical errors. It makes the reader distrustful of someone seemingly unaware of the wonders of spell-check. The lack of effort put into this article is not surprising by the poor grammar and word choices used. The writer is not very resourceful. It seems as if somebody copied off IMDb and Wikipedia and is combining the two sources together, which culminates in one very long, drawn out, news article with an exorbitant amount of miss spelled information. Though this article makes mention of his work as an author the audience would be advised to seek out and read one of Wilder 's books themselves and not rely on what seems to be an amateur news piece by someone who doesn 't know how to use spell-check. If the reader can get past the grammatical errors they may find that this comedy duo of Brooks and Wilder, truly had a magic spark. there was real friendship involved and usually A true fan of Wilder 's is most often a fan of Mel Brooks. The two had such an enduring impact in the field of comedy. Although his pairing with Richard Pryor on screen was "swell," when asked about his offstage relationship with Pryor, Wilder said, "We were never good friends, contrary to popular belief. We turned it on for the camera, then turned it off. He was a pretty unpleasant person to be around during the time we worked together. He was going through his drug problems then and didn 't want a friendship outside of what we did on the screen." (Biography) Still not as well rounded as the NYTimes article, Brooks and Wilder fans will be surprised to find out that, although Wilder seriously desired the part, Mel Brooks actually had three other actors in mind to play the "Waco Kid" in Blazing saddles. John Wayne, and Johnny Carson, who turned it down, were both offered the part of the Waco kid. Mel Brooks eventually chose Oscar

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