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The Marx Brothers Collection

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    great marx movies

    they are all good movies. a day at the races and a night at the opera being the best. this is a great collection for marx bros. fans. the collection has a whole bunch of other cool features that you can't get anywhere else.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    FINALLY! Available as a set.

    A classic comedy trio in classic movies is worth the price. 'A Day At The Races and 'A Night At The Opera' alone is is worth the price. Throw in 5 other movies and documentaries, cartoons and outtakes is an added bonus! Who wouldn't like to behave like Groucho when talking to a pretentous pompous person? Or act without abandon like Harpo? Or be quick-witted with words as Chico? Get this set! You'll be happy to get it.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    The Marx Brothers are the movie comedy masters !!

    The Marx Brothers collections includes every film that Groucho,Harpo,and Chico made for MGM. The 2 great films in the lot, A Night at the Opera and A Day At the Races were produced and "shaped" by the boy genius producer, Irving Thalberg. Note: In 2009 the overt racial stereotypes of blacks in A Day At the Races is difficult to watch. However, if you fast forward thru those parts, the rest of the movie is very funny. I would not change a frame of A Night At The Opera. The rest of the movies in the collection have some very funny moments and some scenes that do not work. The Collection features remastered soundtracks and images. I highly recommend this box set. Enjoy !!

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    Posted October 26, 2008

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