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Preserving The Laughs

Every year the Library of Congress selects a small group of films to be added to the National Film Registry.

These are motion pictures that some blue-ribbon panel of experts believes are “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant”.

This years list includes three of the funniest movies ever made: Blazing Saddles, Fargo, and Groundhog Day.

There’s something comforting in knowing our national library is preserving the humor of Mel Brooks, Harold Ramis, and the Cohn Brothers for future generations.

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  1. I heard some of the additions to the list tonight on the news. I must say I agree with the majority…especially Fargo and Blazing Saddles.

  2. Fargo! Blazing Saddles! YESSSSSSS!!!!!

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