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One of the honorable comedies of all time. "A Night at the Opera" which came out in 1935, which not only poke fun at opera, but they did in in a comic manner.
The Marx Brothers are four comic geniuses that know how to make a comedy. A real comedy with dialogue that is funny and the situations which is out of this world. Groucho is the ringleader with all the funny lines. Chico Marx has all the funny lines, usually speaks for Harpo who doesn't speak at all, but it the three of them who pull this funny movie off.
My favorite scene is when the Marx Brothers and guests are piled in this little room and someone comes and open the door and everyone fall out. It was a wonderful scene. I love comedy and opera and put those two together, you get a very funny comedy.
If you haven't seen a funny comedy recently, you better see "A Night at the Opera." It a night you never forget.
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