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Directed by: Leo McCarey David Miller Victor Heerman Joseph Santley Robert Florey William A. Seiter Norman Z. McLeod

Produced: 1952

Countries & Regions: United States

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Certificate: U

Studio: Universal Pictures

Length: 555 mins

Format: DVD

Released: 16 October 2006

Cat No: 8245155

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Marx Brothers Boxset 8 Movie Collection

Cast: The Marx Brothers , Lucille Ball , Groucho Marx , Edgar Kennedy , Marilyn Monroe , Ann Miller , Margaret Dumont , Louis Calhern , Harpo Marx , Chico Marx , Zeppo Marx , William Bendix , Frank Rice , Thelma Todd , Kay Francis , Ruth Hall , Vera-Ellen , Raymond Burr , Harry Woods , Basil Ruysdael , Donald MacBride , Eric Blore , Lillian Roth , Hal Thompson , Louis Sorin , Robert Greig , Margaret Irving , Kathryn Reece , Frank Albertson , Leonid Kinskey , Ilona Massey , Raquel Torres , Edmund Breese , Verna Hillie , Edgar Dearing , Tom Kennedy , Rockcliffe Fellowes , Ben Taggart , David Landau , Reginald Barlow , Oscar Shaw , Mary Eaton , Marion Hutton , Philip Loeb , Clifford Dunstan , Philip Wood , Cyril Ring

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A collection of 8 classic Marx Brothers films. ’The Cocoanuts’ (1929) sees the four Marx brothers - Groucho, Harpo, Chico and Zeppo -... Read More

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A collection of 8 classic Marx Brothers films. ’The Cocoanuts’ (1929) sees the four Marx brothers - Groucho, Harpo, Chico and Zeppo - make their big screen debut with this adaptation of their Broadway hit; ’Animal Crackers’ (1930) also stars Margaret Dumont; ’Monkey Business’ (1931) was their first original screenplay and features them as stowaways aboard a luxury ocean liner; ’Horse Feathers’ (1932) sees them creating havoc on the campus of a high school college; ’Duck Soup’ (1933) is a zany political satire, which so offended Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini that the film was banned in Italy; ’Room Service’ (1938) also starred Lucille Ball and Ann Miller; ’Love Happy’ (1949) featured an aspiring starlet, Marilyn Monroe; and ’A Girl in Every Port’ (1952) was Groucho Marx’s second solo outing for RKO and his third feature without Chico and Harpo.

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