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"The kids love this one!"

Spaceballs: The… is a recurring theme in Spaceballs. It is used to begin the name of any merchandise with the movie's name on it. An example is "Spaceballs: The Flamethrower." Yogurt describes this as "Moichendising (sic), where the real money from the movie is made."

The ListEdit

1. Spaceballs: The T-Shirt

2. Spaceballs: The Coloring Book

3. Spaceballs: The Lunchbox

4. Spaceballs: The Breakfast Cereal

5. Spaceballs: The Flamethrower: "A Children's Toy"

6. Spaceballs: The Doll (Yogurt)

7. Spaceballs: The Towel

8. Spaceballs: The Shaving Cream

9. Spaceballs: The Toliet Paper

10. Spaceballs: The Sheet

11. Spaceballs: The Placemat

Real-Life ExamplesEdit

1. Spaceballs: The Soundtrack

2. Spaceballs: The Documentary

3. Spaceballs: The Behind-the-Movie Photos

4. Spaceballs: The Costume Gallery

5. Spaceballs: The Art Gallery

6. Spaceballs: The Animated Series

7. Spaceballs: The 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-Ray Disc

8. Spaceballs: The Book

TriviaEdit

  • None of the merchandise shown in the movie actually exists because George Lucas, the creator of Star Wars, would not let Mel Brooks have any of it made (presumably because Spaceballs toys way too similar to Star Wars toys).
  • Spaceballs: The Coloring Book and Spaceballs: The Lunchbox are actually Transformers products with the Spaceballs logo slapped on.
  • It is not known if Dark Helmet's figurines came in a box labeled, "Spaceballs: The Action Figures", or "Spaceballs: The Dolls".