Spaceballs Easter Egg - Movie's Straight to Video

In the scene where Colonel Sander's has an idea! They will watch the movie to see where Lonestar and the gang are, the go to Mr. Movie (The place to hold the movies) and picks up Spaceballs. If you look you can also see about eight or so other movies that he produced, directed or starred in. So I have noticed include.
The Producers 1968, Director
The Twelve Chairs 1970, Director, Star
Blazing Saddles 1974, Director, Star
Young Frankenstein 1974, Director
Silent Movie 1976, Director, Star
High Anxiety 1977, Director, Star
The 2000 Year Old Man 1978, Voice
History of the World - Pt. 1 1981, Director, Star
To Be or Not to Be 1983, Star

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Contributed By: Druss_The_Legend on 02-01-2000
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Hiroshi writes:
Well, this is slightly off-topic, eh? There are actually 2 theories of relativity, the Special Theory and the General Theory. The Special Theory states E=MC2 and also shows that time and space change relative to the observer. This is what gives us time-dilation ideas. the General Theory expands on the first and explains space-time and gravity. This theory has lead to concepts like time-travel, wormholes, and the Big Bang. On-topic, I agree that this isn't an egg. An egg is like a hidden treasure. This is an obvious inclusion by Brooks of his old movies, fully intended to be noticed. Now, if the titles had been arranged to form a secret message or something....
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Hey! This really is not much of an easter egg. I saw this the first time I saw the movie.
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Danroks writes:
plz someone post this for me as a egg but when you see all of melbrooks movies look down and its got 21 all i could count rocky movies????lol
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Not really an Easter egg but more of an homage to the aliens crew, in the space cafe where lone star and barf stop to refuel an eat, you can hear a crew talking and telling jokes,the camera pans in on the older guy, who is supposed to be the doc from aliens, the first guy to have the alien burst out of his chest. in addition the actor mutters the line " oh no not again" just after the alien emerges from his abdomen.
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fudrom writes:
This is not an Easter Egg! The movies are in plain view as when I first saw this movie in the theater! YEESH!
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Psyche writes:
....Um, are you guys high? Am I? I'm not complaining (it's fascinating), but how in GOD'S NAME did this subject come up?
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Griff writes:
OK, I will explain this concept to ya. You know when you are having fun and then you look at the clock or watch or whatnot and see that the time you thought was only a few minutes was WAY longer. Or you go to sleep and wake up and it seems like you just went to sleep? You actually slept thouse hours and didnt notice it. BUT! Other people are awake and noticing the time that you think has gone by in seconds. like you might think that the time you slept was like |-| but it was |---------| a lot longer. Like they say Time Flies when ya havin fun.
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eye837 writes:
actually einstien's theory of relativity has nothing to do with time passing by different from observers. his theory of special relativity says that as an object accelerates, its counted time slows. so you having fun doesn't make time pass by faster, but you going very slow compared to everyone else does.
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vedette2001 writes:
I just have to say... HAHAHAHAHA .... :) I love the fact you are in a Mel Brooks Eegg talking about the Theory of Relativity and the "...stationary (relative) mass divided by the square root of (1-V/C) where v is it's current velocity and C is the speed..." It just seems funny to me... hehehehe...:)
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I believe that moviemaster is referring to Einstein’s theory of relativity (E=mc2)
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Nissan writes:
E=mc2 is not the theory of relativity. It is all about atoms and the energy it releases. E(energy) is equal to m(the change in mass) times c(the speed of light) squared. In other words, when a small amount of mass is taken from an atom, a huge amount of energy is released because the speed of light is so immense, plus the fact that it is squared. It's like the change of mass times a bzillion!
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opello writes:
Actually, E=m(c^2) represents the calculation to identify the amount of energy released when an amount of matter (mass, m) is accelerated beyond the speed of light.
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calkid writes:
I agree, this and the previous (Star Wars) do not really qualify. The whole premise of the movie is spoofing other sci-fi's and the movie industry in general. Brooks of course does this sort of thing in most of his films.
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silentbob writes:
Actually Terbear M is just mass. The reason for this is that 1-V/C would be so small that it will not make that much of a difference in the actual equation.
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