Dave's Next 50
Director: Mel Brooks
Starring: Bill Pullman, John Candy, Daphne Zuniga, Rick Moranis, Mel Brooks, Dick Van Patten, George Wyner, Joan Rivers
Release Date: June 24, 1987
Running Time: 96 min
Genres: Comedy, Sci-Fi
Vespa is to marry Prince Valium, a pill whom she doesn't love but she has to marry because he's the only prince left in the galaxy. She ends up running out of her wedding, followed by her robot maid Dot Matrix (voice of Joan Rivers).
Meanwhile, a daring pilot named Lone Starr (Pullman), along with his mawg sidekick Barf (Candy), owes a million spacebucks to Pizza the Hutt. In order to collect, he picks up Princess Vespa and promises to deliver her back to Druidia to marry Princess Valium. But he ends up encountering Dark Helmet and the Spaceballs along the way.
The crew get help from Yogurt (Brooks), who tells him of the most awesome power in the universe, known as the Schwartz. He hands Lone Starr a Schwartz ring. Meanwhile, Dark Helmet captures Princess Vespa, but Lone Starr is able to rescue her as well as Druidia by means of the Schwartz. He ends up fighting a Schwartz battle with Dark Helmet, both of them using their Schwartz rings.
In the end, it turns out that Lone Starr is a prince, whence he returns to Druidia and marries Princess Vespa in place of Prince Valium.
Here's the original movie trailer.
Here's the scene in which Dark Helmet is introduced.
In this clip, Dark Helmet learns he is surrounded by Assholes.
In this scene, Lone Starr and Barf get a call from Pizza the Hutt.
Here's a hilarious clip in which Lone Starr jams the radar of the Spaceballs' ship.
In this scene, Dark Helmet decides to go to ludicrous speed.
In this scene, the Spaceballs' crew watch a copy of "Spaceballs, the Movie" in order to track down Lone Star and his friends.
Here's a funny scene of Dark Helmet playing with action figures.
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