Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Considered by many Marx Brothers fans to be their best work, A Night at the Opera concerns Groucho's attempts to bring Milan's finest opera stars to New York. Much hilarity, of course, ensues. The first of the brothers' much-loved comedies to be made without Zeppo, the movie is packed with brilliantly unhinged routines and one-liners: "You can't fool me," declares Chico triumphantly. "There ain't no Sanity Clause!"
Captain Spaulding's prized painting disappears, and it's up to the peerless Marx Brothers to retrieve it. Classic slapstick comedy.
5–16 years 92 mins
Hilarious and accessible Marx Brothers comedy which also works as a political satire. The perfect choice for your club's first black-and-white film.
All ages 65 mins
Often regarded as Laurel and Hardy's best film, here the hapless pair sneak away from their wives for an annual get-together with pals.
All ages 64 mins
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