December 09, 2018
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Compared to the comedy of today, the Marx Brothers are a little slow-paced, but the timing and repartee are still laugh-out-loud funny 80 years later.
In 'A Night at the Opera' Groucho plays Otis B. Driftwood, a business manager who is trying to sign a singer to perform in the opera. However, the singer's manager, played by Chico, has a few problems with the contract.
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There Ain't No Sanity Clause
Groucho and Chico Marx demonstrate their keen negotiating skills in this great scene from A Night at the Opera, 1935.
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