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In the movie "Blazing Saddles", there is a scene where Mel Brooks is portraying an American Indian Chief and meeting with the Sheriff as a young child. The child's parents are certain they are going to be slaughtered by the savages when Mel Brooks yells out a Yiddish saying and then tells the family to "Cop a Walk" sparing their lives. What is this Yiddish quote and what is its meaning?

Question #133531. Asked by hansdelbruk.
Last updated Nov 22 2013.
Originally posted Nov 22 2013 11:58 AM.

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He is saying "Loz im geyn!" which is Yiddish for let him go. Very Funny movie... Or very offensive if you're thin skinned...

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Nov 22 2013, 6:17 PM
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