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The Marx Brothers Collection Box Set (4 Discs)

Released on 10 November 2003

Featuring: Chico Marx, Groucho Marx & Harpo Marx

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Episodes Comprise:

Duck Soup: captures some of the Marx Brothers' zaniest routines and funniest quips, creating a laugh-out-loud spectacle of politics gone haywire. Backed by wealthy widow Mrs. Teasdale, Groucho becomes the leader of Freedonia, quickly frustrating his cabinet and offending the aggressive neighboring country to the point of war. Chico and Harpo, sent by the rival country, spy on Groucho and try to steal his battle plans, but when war does come, loyalties become muddled all around.

Animal Crackers: Often considered their best, this second Marx Brothers movie revolves around a stolen painting and the sprawling estate of a wealthy dowager who soon finds Chico, Zeppo, Harpo, and, especially, Groucho turning her life up-side-down. Groucho croons his famous "Hooray for Captain Spaulding" and delivers many of his most famous quips in this film based on a play by George S. Kaufman.

Horse Feathers: The Marx Brothers parody college life in this gag-filled, fast-paced comedy. The fast-talking new president of Huxley College needs to scrounge up some top-flight ringers for his football team, but ends up with a bootlegger and a mute dog catcher instead. More laughs than most comedies (and smart laughs at that) this script, coscripted by satirist J Perelman, is humour at its most clever.

Monkey Business: The madcap Marx Brothers stowaway on a luxury cruise ship in this fast-paced, laugh-filled farce. While they manage to elude capture by the ship's captain and crew by staging impromptu puppet shows and hiding in herring barrels, getting off the boat is another matter. Before long they're all impersonating Maurice Chevalier in order to disembark and begin their new careers as mob bodyguards.
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  • Extensive production notes by Marx Brothers expert Dick Vosburgh
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The Marx Brothers still stan out as comedy geniuses over 70 years on, there's brilliant one liners and joke filled rants from Groucho, language confusion from Chico, and crazy side splitting scenes of the silent Harpo.
These 4 films also features the fourth brother, Zeppo in the only 4 movies which he featured in.
Along with the jokes there's ove stories which often are accompanied by a song or two. And as can be expected in almost all Marx movies Chico sits at a piano playing one of this comedic solos, and no long after Harpo rests the Harp on his shoulder and strums away.
Every movie has romance, drama, singing, dancing, music and most of all, Comedy.... bags and bags of comedy.
All in all the complete package from Comedy's Golden Age
MUST SEE

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ActorsChico Marx, Groucho Marx, Harpo Marx, Zeppo Marx, Thelma Todd, Ruth Hall, Harry Woods, Tom Kennedy, Ben Taggart, Otto Fries, Margaret Dumont, Lilian Roth, Louis Sorin, Florine McKinney & Nat Pendleton
DirectorLeo McCarey, Norman Z. McLeod & Victor Heerman
CertificateUniversal Suitable for All
Year1930 ; 1931 ; 1932 ; 1933
ScreenFullscreen 4:3
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (2.0)
SubtitlesNone listed
Duration4 hours 54 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.