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The classic “state room scene” is but one of the hilarious highlights in this tale of the Marx Brothers (now down to three) sailing to New York with a group of Metropolitan Opera hopefuls. Their most successful film melds their anarchic humor with more of a story (relatively speaking, of course) that involves what might be called the premeditated murder of a Verdi opera. Featuring tireless straight woman Margaret Dumont as Mrs. Claypool, and writing by George S. Kaufman, Morrie Ryskind, and Jack Benny’s gag man Al Boasberg.

  • Directed By Sam Wood
  • 1935
  • USA
  • English
  • 96 minutes