Life Lessons From Mel Brooks
What six decades of subversive comedy taught Mel Brooks about money, women, and the courage of Quentin Tarantino.
He proved himself as an indie-film heartbreaker, got an Oscar nod as a home-wrecking organic gardener, and even brought some nuance to a raging, green superhero. Now, at 45, the most likable guy in Hollywood is hitting his stride in upstate New York.
For years, a violent drifter with a long arrest record has roamed the wilderness of southern Utah, trapping what he eats, raiding weekend cabins for supplies, and evading one of the biggest manhunts in the West. He's armed, dangerous, and desperate to stay free. What would it take to bring him in alive?
A Tough Guy Comes to Terms With His Troubled Past
Plus: How the Drug Cartels Took Over Mexico
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