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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!"
Wise-cracking horse doctor Groucho takes over the running of a sanitarium that's in deep financial trouble in this Marx Brothers classic.
All ages 105 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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