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Remarks on Marx (2004)

Remarks on Marx: A Night at the Opera (original title)
A documentary about the Marx brothers' films, personas, and careers as told by Hollywood writers, actors, and insiders.

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A documentary about the Marx brothers' films, personas, and careers as told by Hollywood writers, actors, and insiders.

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4 May 2004 (USA)  »

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Remarks on Marx: A Night at the Opera is a pretty good short doc on the movie's DVD
22 January 2013 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Just saw this short doc on the A Night at the Opera DVD. It has various people discussing the impact The Marx Brothers have on comedy and the way it was shaped but it's mostly about the behind the scenes of their first M-G-M movie and their relationship with head of production Irving Thalberg. Among the interviewees are co-star Kitty Carlisle and writer Irving Brecher. There are also nice insights from comedian Dom DeLuise, actor/writer Carl Reiner, and "SNL" writer Anne Beatts. While each brother gets a nice discussion, the most seems to concern Groucho mostly due to his wit. All in all, Remarks on Marx: A Night at the Opera is a worthy extra on the DVD I just mentioned.


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