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A Night in Casablanca (1946)

Passed  -  Comedy  -  12 October 1946 (Sweden)
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The Marx Brothers are employed at a hotel in postwar Casablanca, where a ring of Nazis is trying to recover a cache of stolen treasure.


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Complete credited cast:
(as The Marx Bros.)
Charles Drake ...
Lois Collier ...
Sig Ruman ...
Lisette Verea ...
Lewis L. Russell ...
Governor (as Lewis Russell)
Dan Seymour ...
Prefect of Police
Frederick Giermann ...
Harro Mellor ...
David Hoffman ...
Paul Harvey ...
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In post-war Casablanca, Ronald Kornblow is hired to run a hotel whose previous managers have all wound up being murdered. French soldier Pierre suspects the involvement of ex-Nazis, specifically Count Pfefferman, in reality the notorious Heinrich Stubel. But Pierre himself is accused of collaborating with the enemy, and attempts to clear his name with the help of his girlfriend Annette and cagey buddy Corbaccio. They enlist the aid of Pfefferman's beleaguered mute valet, Rusty, and discover a hoard of war booty the Nazis have cached in the hotel. Written by Paul Penna <>

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Release Date:

12 October 1946 (Sweden)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Originally intended as a direct spoof on Casablanca (1942), it was changed to a more original story. See more »


When the police prefect gives the order to "Round up all likely suspects," his lips clearly say, "Round up the usual suspects." See more »


Ronald Kornblow: [as the new hotel manager, Groucho has asked what happened to a previous manager]
Governor Galoux: Monsieur! We caught him stealing money! We were forced to discharge him!
Ronald Kornblow: I see. You want a manager that doesn't steal money. Good day, gentlemen.
Ronald Kornblow: [tries to leave]
Prefect of Police Capt. Brizzard: [holds Kornblow back] Please Monsieur Kornblow do not take offense. You are making a mountain out of a molehill.
Ronald Kornblow: Well, that's quite a trick. You try that sometime.
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Who's Sorry Now?
Music by Ted Snyder
Lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby
Sung in French (and later in English) by Lisette Verea (uncredited)
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They were and are the greatest comedy team.
28 February 2000 | by (Kunkletown, Pa) – See all my reviews

The Marx Brothers are the greatest comedy team of all time. Even in their later films, including this one, which weren't among their best efforts, they still manage to make you laugh. They filled their films with social commentary, sexual innuendo, and slapstick, all with effortless ease, and without being offending. The scenes of Groucho going from one hotel room to another, trying to get Annette alone, with brother Chico as his bodyguard thwarting his every attempt, are gems. I introduced the Marx Brothers to my son while he was very young, and he loves them. Now, more then ten years later he still pulls out the old videotapes occasionally. Then for the next week all we hear in the house is, ‘I once shot an elephant in my pajamas. How they got in my pajamas I'll never know.' Nothing compares to the Marx Brothers, before or since.

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