This chapter analyses adaptors' decisions, with reference to Linda Hutcheon's Theory of Adaptation and other discourse in the field, and evaluates and examines from a theoretical viewpoint certain decisions made in the translation from film to stage musical. Mel Brooks' popular movie The Producers underwent two major adaptations at the beginning of the twenty-first century: the first was to become the most successful Tony-winning Broadway musical; and then to become a screen version of the Broadway musical that was a box office and critical failure. The addition of the romantic aspect to The Producers musical is an excellent example of an 'extended intertextual engagement with the adapted work'. In making the movie musical Susan Stroman does not alter any of the creative decisions made in the remediation of movie to stage musical, but attempts to recreate some visual quotes from the original movie.