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Yes, definitely. It's either them or the Pythons whom I would call the greatest comedy group of the 20th century.

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Yes I also love the Marx Bros.!! They were great actors indeed. I love 'A day at the races' and 'A night at the opera'. Course I like all of their other stuff.

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Location: Minneapolis...home of the Lutheran Polka Eucharist. Lift your accordian unto the Lord.
"Hail, Freedonia!" Early political parody (aside from Charlie Chaplin) at it's finest.
Long live, the Marx Brothers.

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my marx brothers collection is now complete bar one dvd!!!

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Groucho Marx is my hero.

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HONK!

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must be honest.im not a huge fan but i have 5 of the films,and a couple of groucho books.i dip into them on occasions.duck soup & animal crackers are great.maybe i like them more than i realize.


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I've read Harpo's book.

The story behind the Marx Brothers first movie Humor Risk is quite a mystery as it is 'believed' to be lost but some legends circulate that some private owner may have the movie in his collection. It is said that Groucho burned the movie as he was not satisfied with it but I think he was just joking.

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"And one hard-boiled egg."

"And one hard-boiled egg."

HONK!

"Make that two hard-boiled eggs."

I love the Marx Brothers.


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I loved the Marx Brothers! Haven't seen any of their stuff in a while, but might get back into them. I remember liking Monkey Business, Night at the Opera, Duck Soup, Horsefeathers, Day at the Races, and other movies whose names I cannot remember. I think my favorite was Harpo, because he was funny plus I thought the harp was a really cool instrument to play. I think Chico was my second favorite, but I'm not sure. Groucho has some great lines.

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