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Published on Jul 30, 2012
Harvey Korman (Count de Money) , Andrea Voutsinas (Bearnaise) and Mel Brooks (The King) in what I consider to be Brooks' funniest film after "Blazing Saddles". This segment of "History of The World Part 1" concerns itself with the French Revolution and has an exchange between Korman and Brooks at the end of this bit. During the final Cross Country race of the 1992 Winter Olympics, Norway's Bjorn Daehlie, whose nickname was "King" was about to claim his third Gold Medal of the games, Commentator Al Trautwig let the final 30 seconds play out with the crowd going nuts until Daehlie crossed the finish line with Trautwig intoning "It's good to be the king". Trautwig was sharing a moment with all of us who knew where the line originated.