A Day At The Races

A Day At The Races
A Day At The Races

Year

1937

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

The Marx Brothers are up to their usual anarchic tricks in this madcap comedy that ranks with their best. Wise-cracking horse doctor Groucho takes over the running of a sanitarium that is in deep financial trouble though that's only the start of it. The long-suffering Margaret Dumont is, as ever, the butt of their jokes while Chico gleefully mangles the English language to great comic effect and Harpo is customarily mute and mulish.

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Contains very mild language and infrequent slapstick violence.

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