A Night At The Opera

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(out of 5)


More Madcap Marxist Madness! plays a theatrical impresario who is fired from his production office and decides to go into business for himself. Causing mayhem on yet another cruise liner, he gets in the way of a producer’s plans to star a beautiful young singer () and a famous tenor () in a grand production in New York. Upon arrival in the Big Apple, Groucho and his brothers do their best to keep the male star out of the show in order to make sure that Carlisle’s sweet boyfriend () gets the part instead, but of course their method of accomplishing this is scattered at best. Brilliant staging, some of the most inventive gags that the group ever came out with (including the famous crowded stateroom scene) and a terrific performance by Groucho in the lead (who never could be beat) make for a marvelous night at the movies.


USA, 1935

Directed by

Screenplay by , , from a story by

Cinematography by

Produced by

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by


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NightAtTheOpera

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