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The Marx Brothers: Monkey Business, Duck Soup, A Day at the Races (Classic… (edition 1993)

by George Seaton (Author)

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How many times have you missed the best bits of a Marx Brothers movie, failing to catch Groucho's famous one-liners because you were still laughing at the bit with Harpo and the zipped-up banana? And what about the lemonade stall? The mirror section? And the blue-tinted ballet sequence? This book gives you what the videos can't, and that's a short cut to some of the funniest films of all time - Monkey Business (1931), Duck Soup (1933) and A Day at the Races (1937) - scripted by some of the wittiest screenwriters Hollywood ever produced.… (more)
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Title:The Marx Brothers: Monkey Business, Duck Soup, A Day at the Races (Classic Screenplay Series)
Authors:George Seaton (Author)
Info:Faber & Faber (1993), 224 pages
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The Marx Brothers: Monkey Business, Duck Soup, A Day at the Races by Karl French

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How many times have you missed the best bits of a Marx Brothers movie, failing to catch Groucho's famous one-liners because you were still laughing at the bit with Harpo and the zipped-up banana? And what about the lemonade stall? The mirror section? And the blue-tinted ballet sequence? This book gives you what the videos can't, and that's a short cut to some of the funniest films of all time - Monkey Business (1931), Duck Soup (1933) and A Day at the Races (1937) - scripted by some of the wittiest screenwriters Hollywood ever produced.

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