Marx Brothers: Inside the Marx Brothers

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Released 2003

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Marx Brothers: Inside the Marx Brothers

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2003
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Inside the Marx Brothers is a documentary developed by Passport Video that dedicates itself to the lives of the infamous Marx Brothers, a family Vaudeville act known for their distinct stage personas and hilarious comedic films. It goes behind the scenes and into them with a number of newsreels, TV clips, family movies, and a few of the interviews made with the brothers themselves. The world knew them as the cigar-chewing talker with thick eyebrows and mustache Groucho, the smarmy con artist Chico, the silent miming clown Harpo, and the straight man Zeppo. Full of even their many movie trailers including Animal Crackers, Monkey Business, Duck Soup, and even Harpo's rare silent film, Too Many Kisses, Inside the Marx Brothers showcases their professional life with the private as Groucho's former assistants share what it was like to work with him just as his son Arthur and co-stars tell little tales into the men beneath the personas.

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Comedy, Documentary

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