Duck Soup

Duck Soup
Duck Soup

Year

1933

Duration

65 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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All trace of reason and logic are joyfully cast aside in this wild comedy starring the much-loved 30s comics the Marx Brothers. The story begins when the totally unqualified Rufus T Firefly becomes dictator of the shambolic country of Freedonia, and is soon involved in a senseless war with next-door Sylvania - but the plot is barely relevant in a film this hilarious, where all that really matters is the constant barrage of madcap jokes that stars Groucho, Harpo and Chico joyfully deliver!

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