Fun Fact: How Mel Brooks Got Permission To Parody Star Wars

Fun facts about star wars

Spaceballs was among his many parodies and while parodies can override copyrighted characters because satire is immune to lawsuits usually, Mel Brooks was too afraid of a George Lucas lawsuit. His biggest demand to endorsing the project was no merchandising for Spaceballs.

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