ABSTRACT In Bamboozled (2001), Spike Lee extends Mel Brooks's camping of race in The Producers (1968), but how do their movies illuminate racial history? Taken together, both spoof American cultural industries, even as they prove that America provided an escape from genocidal violence for Jews but an entrapment within it for blacks.
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