The Producers is a movie about failing producer Max Bialystock (Nathan Lane) and his accountant, Leo Bloom (Matthew Broderick), who scam a group of elderly women out of their nest eggs by convincing them to invest in a horrendously offensive Third Reich-themed musical secretly intended to bomb the moment it opens.
But when high-brow Broadway audiences mistakenly assume "Springtime for Hitler" is a satire, Bialystock finds himself with the critical acclaim that has long eluded him -- and the biggest hit of his career.
This scene is the production of the play itself, interspersed with scenes of the audience.
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