Investors don’t have to be paid
if a flop of a Broadway musical is made.
That was the thought of producer Max Bialystok.
His philosophy was obviously a big crock.
Max resorted to fund raising activities that were shady.
He conned and cheated many an old lady.
He and accountant Leo Bloom made a team.
To make money producing a failure was their dream.
“Springtime for Hitler” was a play they would choose.
They were so certain this production would lose.
To their shocking surprise, the musical was a success.
Can you imagine the amount of resulting distress?
Does this sound like a movie you would like to see?
Go out today and rent the DVD.
Based on the 1968 film “The Producers”