Quentin Tarantino's latest historical revenge fantasy "Django Unchained" hit theaters on Tuesday, but if you're not quite ready to witness QT's over-the-top violence during the holiday season, check out this mash-up of the "Django" trailer and the 1974 Western spoof "Blazing Saddles."

Somehow, Tarantino's sly, gritty slavery pic is the perfect match for Mel Brooks' classic racial satire/fart-a-thon.

(via I Watch Stuff)

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  • He Hung Out With Eddie Murphy, Sidney Poitier & Bill Cosby

    Via <a href="http://awesomepeoplehangingouttogether.tumblr.com/post/36071158114/eddie-murphy-sidney-poitier-bill-cosby-and">Awesome People Hanging Out Together</a>

  • He Was Into Vampires Way Before You Were

    Via <a href="http://imgur.com/CIfYD">Reddit</a>

  • The Richard Pryor Show

    It only ran for four episodes, but the cast included Robin Williams, Sandra Bernhard and Paul Mooney.

  • He Predicted The First Black President Back In 1977

  • This Photo With Lily Tomlin

    Via <a href="http://www.flavorwire.com/346721/awesome-photos-of-comedians-hanging-out-together?all=1">Flavorpill</a>

  • His Take On Racism

    Via <a href="http://funny-comedy-quotes.tumblr.com/">Funny Comedy Quotes</a>

  • He Won Five "Best Comedy Recording" Grammys

    For "That N*gger's Crazy" (1974), "Is It Something I Said?" (1975), "Bicentennial N*gger" (1976), "Rev Du Rite" (1981) and "Live On the Sunset Strip" (1982).

  • His Stance On The N-Word

  • He Co-Wrote Blazing Saddles

    Pryor was originally supposed to play the role of Bart, but because of his controversial stand-up and his background, Mel Brooks couldn't secure financing for the project with him as a lead. Via <a href="http://drafthouse.com/movies/ocff_blazing_saddles_quote-along_rolling_roadshow/austin">Drafthouse</a>

  • He Made Four Movies With Gene Wilder

    Photo via <a href="http://wac.450f.edgecastcdn.net/80450F/1057thehawk.com/files/2011/11/2641656.jpg">Reddit</a>

  • He Was Chosen As Comedy Central's #1 In Their 100 Greatest Standups Of All Time List

    You can see the rest of the list <a href="http://www.ranker.com/list/comedy-central_s-100-greatest-standups-of-all-time/celebrity-insider">here</a>.

  • This Moment From His Own Roast

  • His 'Tude

    Via <a href="http://funny-comedy-quotes.tumblr.com/">Funny Comedy Quotes</a>

  • He Was The First-Ever Recipient Of The Mark Twain Prize For Comedy

    Recipients since have included Steve Martin, Tina Fey and Bill Cosby. Photo via <a href="http://www.trbimg.com/img-5023f277/turbine/la-et-mg-celebrity-meltdowns-pictures-006/600">LA Times</a>

  • This Photo

    Via <a href="http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/richard%20pryor?before=1353527900">Tumblr</a>

  • He Gave His Part In 'Hanky Panky' To Gilda Radner

    Via <a href="http://www.whosdatedwho.com/tpx_5835/richard-pryor/trivia">Who's Dated Who</a>

  • HIs 'Sesame Street' Alphabet Lesson

  • The Wiz

  • His 1978 Interview With Steve Martin

  • He Wrote For 'Sanford & Son' And 'The Flip Wilson Show'

  • The 'Word Association' Sketch With Chevy Chase

  • He Inspired This Fan-Made Birthday Cake

    You know he would've thought the fire was funny. Via <a href="http://www.reddit.com/r/Baking/comments/inif8/friend_i_want_a_birthday_cake_of_richard_pryor_on/">Reddit</a>

  • His Friendship With Eddie Murphy

    Via <a href="http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/richard%20pryor?before=1353856651">Tumblr</a>

  • He Drew Comedy From His Personal Demons

  • His Short-Lived CBS Kids' Show 'Pryor's Place'