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The Marx Brothers


The Marx Brothers is an actor, known for Duck Soup (1933), A Day at the Races (1937) and Animal Crackers (1930). See full bio »
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 1949 Love Happy
 1946 A Night in Casablanca (as The Marx Bros.)
 1938 Room Service
 1937 A Day at the Races (as Marx Brothers)
 1933 Duck Soup (as The Four Marx Brothers)
 1932 Horse Feathers (as The Four Marx Brothers)
 1931 Monkey Business (as The Four Marx Brothers)
 1929 The Cocoanuts
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 2002 The West Wing (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Enemies Foreign and Domestic (2002) ... (performer: "Hooray For Captain Spaulding" - uncredited)
 1938 Room Service (performer: "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" (circa 1872) - uncredited)
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 2009 A Day on the Asteroid (dedicated to the memory of)
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 1992 Legends of Comedy (TV Movie documentary)
 1979 The Hollywood Clowns (Video documentary)
 1976 That's Entertainment, Part II (Documentary)
Clip from 'A Night at the Opera'
 1964 The Big Parade of Comedy (Documentary)
Actors in 'Go West'
 1940 The Miracle of Sound (Documentary short)
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4 Biographical Movies | 15 Print Biographies | See more »

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Marx Brothers | The Four Marx Brothers | The Marx Bros.
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