Horse Feathers

Horse Feathers
Horse Feathers

Year

1932

Duration

64 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Comedy legends the Marx brothers were known for the no-limits lunacy of their films and Horse Feathers might just be the craziest of them all. Set at an American college, the fast-talking Groucho plays the new head of the institution, who's desperate to win a sports match against a rival school. But instead of hiring talented players to help him gain victory, he mistakenly brings in two hopeless oafs named Pinky and Baravelli, played by the silent, havoc-causing Harpo, and the ever-wisecracking Chico. Horse Feathers is a laugh-a-minute, genuine classic of film comedy.

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Contains very mild innuendo, slapstick violence and scenes of smoking.

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