Last time I saw Duck Soup in a theater among an audience, was at a Classic Cinema in London in the late 1960's. Finally realized the expression 'to have the audience rolling in the aisles' was actually based on reality. Many in the audience lost all self control and fell out of their seats holding their sides to keep from 'splitting their guts' with hysterical, unstoppable laughter. Masters of the art and science of comedy.! What passes for comedy today seems merely ill-disguised, mean-spirited anger and iconoclastic rage with almost nothing to do with clever, enjoyable comedy and laughter.
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.
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?
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
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?
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.
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!
+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.
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.
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.
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