Don't Go Over His Helmet
Spaceballs cracks me up. The first time I saw Dark Helmet as a kid I couldn't stop laughing my tail off. I hadn't seen it in awhile until recently when I thought my son would enjoy it, which of course he did. I'm a die hard Star Wars fan but even George Lucas gave this spoof his blessings.
Rick Moranis nails this part and even though he isn't a very successful bad guy he is definitely BAD. This shirt is my tribute to Dark Helmet and the other Spaceballs. Make sure and check out my other Spaceballs t shirts.
This tee is screen printed with Deep Space Black ink.
Shirt measurements in inches:
Width - Pit to Pit
Length - Collar to Bottom
Small - 18" width / 28" length
Medium - 20" width / 29" length
Large - 22" width / 30" length
XLarge - 24" width / 31" length
2XLarge - 26" width / 32" length
3XLarge - 28" width / 33" length
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Daily uploads with thousands of clips on the way. SUBSCRIBE for a taste of the past! CLIP SUMMARY: Coming from the year 1987, is the classic Mel Brooks written and directed parody comedy, SPACEBALLS. In this clip, we meet Dark Helmet---he's having trouble breathing... ENTIRE PLAYLIST: http://bit.ly/1NAg1qU ABOUT THE FILM: Planet Spaceball, led by the incompetent President Skroob, has wasted all of its air. Skroob schemes to steal air from the planet Druidia by kidnapping Princess Vespa, the daughter of King Roland on the day of her pre-arranged wedding to the narcoleptic Prince Valium. Skroob sends Dark Helmet to complete this task with Spaceball One, an impossibly huge ship helmed by Colonel Sandurz. Before they can arrive, Vespa herself abandons her marriage and flees the planet in her personal Mercedes spaceship along with her Droid of Honor, Dot Matrix. King Roland contacts mercenary Lone Starr and his mawg (half-man, half-dog) sidekick, Barf, offering a lucrative reward to retrieve Vespa before she is captured. Lone Starr readily accepts, as he is in major debt with the gangster Pizza the Hutt. Lone Starr and Barf, in their Winnebago space ship (Eagle 5), reach Vespa before Spaceball One and the chase is on. CREDITS: Directed by Mel Brooks Produced by Mel Brooks Written by Mel Brooks, Thomas Meehan, and Ronny Graham Starring Mel Brooks, John Candy, Rick Moranis, Bill Pullman, and Daphne Zuniga Production company Brooksfilms Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Release date June 24, 1987
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