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Duck Soup movie clips: http://j.mp/1xG3OER BUY THE MOVIE: http://amzn.to/rCYHpQ Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: Pinky (Harpo Marx) pretends to be Firefly's (Groucho Marx) reflection, matching his every move – until Chicolini (Chico Marx) ruins the effect. FILM DESCRIPTION: In this 1933 Marx Brothers film, the mythical country of Freedonia is broke and on the verge of revolution. Mrs. Teasdale (Margaret Dumont), Freedonia's principal benefactress, will lend the country 20 million dollars if the president withdraws and places the government in the hands of the "fearless, progressive" Rufus T. Firefly (Groucho Marx). At his inauguration, Firefly shows up late, insults everyone in sight, and sings a song about how he intends to abuse his power. Naturally, the crowd cheers wildly. Meanwhile, Ambassador Trentino (Louis Calhern) of neighboring Sylvania schemes to oust Firefly and take over Freedonia himself. To gather enough evidence to discredit Firefly, he sends his most trusted spies, Chicolini (Chico Marx) and Pinky (Harpo Marx). Five minutes after they show up in Freedonia, both spies become important members of Firefly's cabinet, though Chicolini keeps his day job as a peanut vendor. Firefly eventually declares war on Sylvania, an absurd farrago with Firefly changing uniforms from scene to scene, Chicolini going to the other side because the food is better, and Pinky parading around the battlefield with a sandwich board reading "Join the army and see the navy." CREDITS: TM & © Universal (1933) Cast: Chico Marx, Groucho Marx, Harpo Marx Director: Leo McCarey Producer: Herman J. Mankiewicz Screenwriters: Bert Kalmar, Nat Perrin, Harry Ruby, Arthur Sheekman WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: http://bit.ly/1u2yaWd ComingSoon: http://bit.ly/1DVpgtR Indie & Film Festivals: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Hero Central: http://bit.ly/1AMUZwv Extras: http://bit.ly/1u431fr Classic Trailers: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Pop-Up Trailers: http://bit.ly/1z7EtZR Movie News: http://bit.ly/1C3Ncd2 Movie Games: http://bit.ly/1ygDV13 Fandango: http://bit.ly/1Bl79ye Fandango FrontRunners: http://bit.ly/1CggQfC HIT US UP: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1y8M8ax Twitter: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Pinterest: http://bit.ly/14wL9De Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1vUwhH7
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Titelles d'En Tonet (5 days ago)
Scene devised by the French comedian Max Linder in "Seven years Bad Luck".
Pascal Djemaa (13 days ago)
Thank you Max Linder :)
nick hindley (17 days ago)
Who sweeps up the broken glass?
link biff (1 month ago)
Just admit it, you were so caught up in the moment you forgot which one was Groucho.
Gino Ruggiero (1 month ago)
watched It over 50 times and It never gets old , unlike these garbage movies of today
Red Vynil (1 month ago)
What's this got to do with Nat Perrin???
Hugh Corston (1 month ago)
All in one take, it appears.  More than impressive!  I'd love to here the sound (instructions/cues?) involved, if any.  This is a brilliant sequence!  I wonder how long they rehearsed for this.
Mike Baxter (2 months ago)
Pure comedic genius.
Ghost Of Sparta (2 months ago)
Annihilation (2018)
Thepomafame (2 months ago)
Groucho was the first one twerking, long before miley did it.
Ernesto Escobar (3 months ago)
Damn what a respectful tribute from the Marx's to the Max Linder's Seven years
Carol Miles-Hughes (3 months ago)
Ah ha!!! !!!
Awe these old comedies will never end up getting old.
We Remotely Low (3 months ago)
Ah, I saw this when I was 6 and thought the movie was hilarious. But my friend built this scene up to be by far the funniest scene in the movie, and at the time, it was too much hype. I wasn't impressed.
Dennis Smith (4 months ago)
Brilliant, pure brilliance.
Matt Urban (4 months ago)
Groucho through the looking glass.
Aivaylas (4 months ago)
Better comedy than most movies today xd
OAKIE9531 (4 months ago)
one of the best movies ever
OAKIE9531 (4 months ago)
one of the best movie sequences ever
Endershock1678 (4 months ago)
Don't you hate it when you accidentally break a mirror and then somebody just like you copies your every move spot on to the point you can't tell if it's a mirror or not.
Titelles d'En Tonet (6 months ago)
https://youtu.be/_73nk6IYbB0
Cretinous Jester (6 months ago)
I swear some of the Marx Bros could've passed for twins with the right setup.
Reginald Frempong (6 months ago)
2:30 I died at that scene
Stewart Sanders (7 months ago)
Chico Marx was a horny fker he once tried to hump an empty plastic bag on a windy day PS the best Marx brother was SKID """""'"'":":'::;':':':':';';':':';';'::---------- look.I've just flat lined PMSL
ego1014 (8 months ago)
I lost it when I saw the third one
Robert Flint (8 months ago)
The gorilla costume scene in the first Pink Panther film, a remake of the above routine and a tribute to it, was almost as good...
erich84502ify (8 months ago)
This took practice
Javier Benito Revollo (9 months ago)
Classic.
Nathaniel Mooney (9 months ago)
Classic
Ben Egan (9 months ago)
who plays the other groucho in this scene? Chico?
TheaterPup (7 months ago)
Harpo, and then Chico comes in at the end.
Nate W (10 months ago)
A cinematic treasure
Ash P (10 months ago)
Lmaooo
Steve Forman (10 months ago)
When my dad was alive he would crack up on this scene and the sanity clause contract.
Kumi Konoe (11 months ago)
Pure gold😂😂😂 this is real tv is made of much better then now 😂
shriram clinic (1 year ago)
amazing
Roberto robert (1 year ago)
In 1933 this was banned from Europe and the United Kingdom made it illegal to view, hardcore porn and overthrown a British establishment were considered treason, the Brits claimed this move caused India to declare independence?
AbstractMemes LUL (1 year ago)
the first t ime a saw it on 1928
Abcde (7 months ago)
You were born on 1974
Omae Wa Mou Shindeiru (1 year ago)
it was released on 1933
321SPONGEBOLT (1 year ago)
I don't know how that was possible to have two identical people, but I can tell you, I think someone could do a similar gag to this on Deviantart through comic strips.
The moment where they switch places (twice, none the less!) is one of the best jokes in the history of comedy
To think people used to split their guts laughing at this...and SOBER! I must admit it IS comedic genius and one of the most classic comedy scenes in history, up there with "Who's on First?"
finkelwhynem (1 year ago)
Which is following the other?
весьма забавно и оригинально
Honest Dix (1 year ago)
2:30 I think he tried to repair reflection than knowing what is going on and realize it.
Nostalgia Critic and Garfield 2 brought me here.
Vlodec (1 year ago)
One of the funniest movie scenes ever. And the only one that ever made me laugh so hard I fell out of my chair and onto the floor.
Pixel1962 (1 year ago)
What a brilliant scene, 20 years ahead of its time...easily!
Rotcod (1 year ago)
So many subtle, genius moments in this.
Herman Gummesson (1 year ago)
this the funniest shit i ever seen
tea Bukejlovic (1 year ago)
znaju oni i SRPSKI JEZIK 😜
Reece Hamilton (1 year ago)
I'm too fucking high for this
TheTsar1918 (1 year ago)
1:25 AC/DC.
Corey Hughes (1 year ago)
Thanks, CineFix!
Josh Waldorf (1 year ago)
One of the original classic moments in movie comedy.
Do's Koreaboo xD (1 year ago)
0:44 and that's how twerking was invented😂
mizofan (1 year ago)
I was just reminded of this by the end of a chess video, in which after their match Kramnik and the greatest female player Polgar are smiling and nodding to each other: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5L_svnmbaJI
Bruno56 (1 year ago)
Also repeated by the Three Stooges [Moe, Larry & Curly] in one of their shorts. The one where they battle some "Wolfman" or "Werewolf" in a hotel.
Bruno56 (1 year ago)
Moe had a radio landing on his head!
WesIsaLeo (1 year ago)
Impressive how quickly he cleaned up those broken mirror shards.
Paul Furey (1 year ago)
It was in the script
Christian Unger (1 year ago)
So we've got three Marx brothers in the same scene all doing Groucho. Oddly enough Zeppo also played Groucho once when his brother was too sick (flu I think) to film his scene that day. That according to an interview he did with Dick Cavett. Sorry, don't recall which movie. Can anybody help us out?
TheRagingNerd (1 year ago)
I like how Groucho wasn't sure until Chico shows up at the end!
Kevin C (1 year ago)
When they have that greasepaint on and look just like Groucho, that's how you know they all looked alike
Swan Electro (1 year ago)
ultimate Jazz Hands! lol. I Think this clip would be goo to show in school. I'm not entirely sure where in school it would fit, but looking at the comments, I can see that it teaches something that isn't currently being taught.
classicfilm (1 year ago)
Which would be the best book on The Marx Brothers?
P. Kubala (1 year ago)
the autobiographies 'Groucho and Me' and 'Harpo Speaks' are both brilliant.
Wade Hansen (1 year ago)
its always a blast to see the source for the jokes still used from time to time in modern pop culture
Harry Bishop (1 year ago)
Family Guy parodied this scene in Road to Germany with Stewie and Hitler
Ima SuperPerson (2 years ago)
That crazy dance is all the rage nowadays. LOL
Les Toil (2 years ago)
I don't understand the business with the black hat and the white hat. That seems like a big enough mistake that they would have re-shot the routine.
Swan Electro (1 year ago)
magic.
NickAndTommyFight (1 year ago)
+Les Toil That joke was not obvious don't kid yourself. You were being serious.
Les Toil (1 year ago)
I was being mentally lazy. And it was such an obvious joke! I do grit my teeth in anger when I see things that are blatantly wrong--like Christopher Reeve's hair barely moving as he flies through the skies at the speed of sound. LOL!
65Britishbulldog (1 year ago)
+Les Toil lol. that's cool you got it. it's ok. I actually watched it more than once myself to see what was going on. I'm glad you figured it out. If it makes you feel any better I get very confused with the Back to the Future movies and Star Wars. lol.
Les Toil (1 year ago)
OK. I'm a dim-wit. I admit it. I looked at it again. The whole point of that gag was "Ya thought I was going to put the black hat on my head--but I fooled you!!".
Paul Charles Morris (2 years ago)
Genius
mike (2 years ago)
is it supposed to get super sloppy near the end?
J M (4 months ago)
mike yes, like anal sex
Sam Mississippi (2 years ago)
Yes to prove there was no mirror. it was real imitation
Sam Mississippi (2 years ago)
Yes to prove there was no mirror. it was real imitation
Jonathan luciano (2 years ago)
Better Call Saul
SulliMike241 (2 years ago)
He broke a mirror, that's 7 years bad luck!
Jakob Robinson (2 years ago)
So is this the origin of the gag?
Ima SuperPerson (1 year ago)
Ah yes.  I remember it now.  It was 1542, because that was the year I won my first US Open golf championship.  lol
NickAndTommyFight (2 years ago)
+Ima SuperPerson I remember that gag - love that one! The year was actually 1542 not 1543.
Ima SuperPerson (2 years ago)
No, somebody did this in their mirror in 1543.
NickAndTommyFight (2 years ago)
No, Max Shuler did it before this in 1921.
KrossoverGod (2 years ago)
Lol 1:35 is my favourite part.
alworkedup (2 years ago)
Harpo briefly does his "gookie" facial expression  :)
alworkedup (2 years ago)
Similar mirror scenes had been done before but not this well  :)  :)  :)
little jo (2 months ago)
Have you seen Max Linder’s version?
Walter Bell (1 year ago)
true true...
SulliMike241 (2 years ago)
Or this funny!
Captain Fantastic (2 years ago)
I'm a 1:38 man. ""Yeah yeah yeah HUZZAH!" XD
z doughty (2 years ago)
+syphonfillter very funny movie 'A Night at The Opera' +SolstaceWinters
dabble778 (3 years ago)
3:17 - D-dah!  :-)
Merlin Erdogmus (3 years ago)
I dunno... I got the feeling they made a reference about this in "Southland Tales". Wonder how many are here because of "Better Call Saul"...
Retro Ace (3 years ago)
1:18 is my favorite
wiisalute (3 years ago)
1:26 is that where chuck berry got the move from?
Krzysiek Xxx (3 years ago)
Polecam ten film
Krzysiek Xxx (3 years ago)
Zajebiście ten film jest ok polecam
schizoidboy (3 years ago)
At :45 does this hint that the Marx Brothers invented twerking?
Frank Farmer (3 years ago)
That's pretty damn close to what Lucille Ball did with Harpo in the 60s.  Their act was better, especially when Harpo's hat bounced and hers didn't.  I love that episode.  I have it on DVD (well, all of the episodes) but that's my favorite one.
Arturo Garza (3 years ago)
1:32 Slays me every time.
A Dub (3 years ago)
you are on the money haha
Kei Korono (3 years ago)
I will never get tired of laughing at that scene lol!
Randi Kantor (3 years ago)
The great marx brothers
Otto Roni (3 years ago)
i bet that no one in these days is able to do this!!
Courtney Sheppard (3 years ago)
Lol this is my homework I have to do a storyboard about lol it's well funny x
HaFannyHa (3 years ago)
I never tire of seeing this. A masterclass of pure comic beauty. Not one sound - none needed. Class!
James Livingston (4 years ago)
1:35 uhhh..
Alan Mann (3 years ago)
Can't tell if you're genuinely confused... but yeah he obviously didn't spin with other guy.  Of course, when your back is facing the mirror, you can't see it anyway, so the other guy doesn't bother with the spin since the spin would go unnoticed.  Nice little detail they put in. 
SteevDragon67 (3 years ago)
Yeah, Groucho spins around, but his "reflection" (Harpo) doesn't, yet Groucho doesn't notice! Classic! 
Where did all the broken glass go?
Hugh Corston (1 month ago)
Into the ether of Erewhon :-)
corey wiley (6 months ago)
It is like a cartoon where there is no rational answer...it just disappeared because it was inconvenient to the scene.
WesIsaLeo (7 months ago)
That's the $64000 question. As well as "If I added $1 to $63999 what amount would I have?"
charley downey (9 months ago)
Who cares?
Niatona (1 year ago)
The mirror dimension.
Ian Elliott (4 years ago)
It's still funny.
Marc HESELLE (4 years ago)
du grand art
Ronald Bittner (4 years ago)
Pinky's real genius here was getting rid of all that broken mirror glass before Firefly got up there.
Charles Bosselman (5 months ago)
Ronald Bittner
Max Power (4 years ago)
I'll take this movie over a Seth Rogen comedy any day.
Team Trees (6 months ago)
Groucho Marx is good fertilizer.
Collin Snider (6 months ago)
Problem is Seth Rogen AIN'T funny
Team Trees (8 months ago)
I'll take a Seth Rogen comedy over this any day. Although I enjoy this, I simply do not want to share the same interests as old white fogeys.
Porcum Means Pig (8 months ago)
Max Power Comedy evolves. Get over it.
chucku00 (4 years ago)
1:25 Chuck Berry anyone ?
Abcde (7 months ago)
Right, because chuck berry only got famous because of that 1985 movie
Frank Farmer (3 years ago)
Yet ANOTHER "Back to the Future" reference in this thread.
When I was a kid, I'd seen the Stooges quite a few times, and I liked them a lot. My parents always told me about the Marx Brothers and their brand of humor, which I didn't get a chance to see until my late teens. But when I finally saw them, in one of their films I don't know the name of (I remember it involved them being on a boat and stuffing as many people as they could into a single room), I lost it. Tears down my eyes, red in the face, stomach hurting, the works. Now, and this might sound rude or mean or some such, I've RE-seen Stooges... and... it just doesn't do it. I've lost my taste for slapstick over the years... but the Marx Brothers are still downright hilarious!! That... and they made me wanna learn to play a harp.
scootscootriot1020 (1 month ago)
ChaosSorceror_Davidicus the movie with the crowded room was Monkey Business.
ekathe85 (3 months ago)
I love both troupes, but I like to think that the Stooges are to AC-DC as the Marx Bros are to Genesis.
Fred Bernardin (4 months ago)
One of the reasons that the "stateroom scene" as well as other routines works so well is that the Marx Brothers actually refined it in front of a live audience. So by the time they filmed it, they knew which parts were funny, and exactly how to cadence the scene for maximum effect.
Paulunatr (7 months ago)
"And two hard-boiled eggs."
Syphon Filter (3 years ago)
My father said that all the old comedians- the Stooges, Laurel and Hardy, Abbott and Costello, etc each were the pioneers of the various comedy styles.  The guys we have today are merely subscribers.  To him, the Marx Bros. were the masters of satire.  Would you agree?
Tom Greg (4 years ago)
Funny stuff.
awalkinthepark88 (4 years ago)
LOL
Ian Elliott (4 years ago)
I first saw it in my twenties in a theatre in San Diego. It's a good thing it's silent, because this one fellow was laughing hysterically all through it.
sdftrd (4 years ago)
Hands down one of the funniest scenes ever

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