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Die Marx Brothers - Eine Nacht in Casablanca [Edizione: Germania]

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  • Attori: Groucho Marx, Harpo Marx, Chico Marx, Lois Collier
  • Regista: Archie Mayo
  • Formato: Dolby, PAL, Import
  • Audio: Tedesco (Dolby Digital 2.0), Inglese (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Lingua: Tedesco, Inglese
  • Regione: Regione 2 (Ulteriori informazioni su Formati DVD.)
  • Formato immagine: 1.33:1
  • Numero di dischi: 1
  • Studio: Lighthouse Home Entertainment GmbH & Co. KG
  • Durata: 85 minuti
  • Media recensioni: 5.0 su 5 stelle  Visualizza tutte le recensioni (1 recensione cliente)
  • ASIN: B00304SJOW
  • Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 167.381 in Film e TV (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Film e TV)
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Während des Zweiten Weltkrieges halten Nazis in einem Hotel in Casablanca einen wertvollen Schatz versteckt, den sie nur zu gerne außer Landes bringen wollen. Dies ist aber nur dann möglich, wenn einer der ihren Geschäftsführer des Hauses wird. Dummerweise wird aber nach Ermordung des Managers nicht Graf Pfeffermann zum Chef des Hotels ernannt, sondern Ronald Kornblow (Groucho Marx), der fortan zum Stolperstein der Bösewichte wird...

Sie gelten als Anarchisten der Filmgeschichte und ihre Spielfilme verstehen es selbst heute noch, ein Millionenpublikum auf der ganzen Welt zu begeistern: Die legendären Marx Brothers.
In ihrem zwölften Film "Eine Nacht in Casablanca" führen die drei Komiker bissig und gekonnt den Hollywood-Klassiker "Casablanca" mit Humphrey Bogart und Ingrid Bergmann ad absurdum. Von der ersten bis zur letzten Sekunde führt hier König Chaos das Zepter. Mit einem Wort: Brillant!

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Ne avevo un nitido ricordo per aver lacrimato dal ridere oltre 60 anni fa...
Non ne ho mai trovato la versione in lingua italiana; ma non è necessario avere una eccelsa conoscenza della lingua inglese per gustarlo: la parte più divertente è rappresentata da gag di comicità irresistibile, che parlano il linguaggio universale dell'Arte del far ridere!
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1.0 su 5 stelle Truly Lame 15 giugno 2017
Di JJF - Pubblicato su
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
Truly Lame. OK, our taste in humor has changed in the last 70-80 years - I get that. But all in all - this film was a real waste of time. Other than some good laughs during Chico and Harpo's 'charade' routines, there was almost nothing worthwhile in this film. As for the 'Casablanca' theme, the only thing that in any way resembled the classic film by that name was the décor in the restaurants and the fact that some of the men wore a Fez. Also, the constant jabs at the Nazis portrayed Germans as all being a bunch of inept, bumbling buffoons was pretty tiring and over-done. Nazis were terrible people, and this was filmed a year after the war - I get that too - but this bit of stereotyping was truly over-done. The final scene in which Groucho tries to pilot a DC-3 was beyond ridiculous. Overall, just a very unprofessional, half-hearted, and lame attempt at comedy. Nearly a total waste of time - unless you just lave all things Marx bros.
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Best since A Night at the Opera (3.5*) 4 giugno 2012
Di Phil Silverman - Pubblicato su
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Another example of the public defying the critics by keping a project alive for 60 years and here on Amazon offering non-buased criticism: the movie tries and succeeds in more places than many earlier MB pictures, including something as well-known as A Day At the Races. This is their best picture since Thalberg and actually sports more genuine "Marxism"! Even has ome elements of something like "Duck Soup", those small "extras", those fast clips of Groucho characterization which have zero to do with the plot but keep things moving.

The brothers work hard - looking healthy and happy in their mid-50s - to get the comedy across, and the cinematography and editing is agreeable.

Music is fine, with "Who's Sorry Now" as the "hit song" and Chico and Harpo doing *their* things. Sadly, we only hear Groucho warble a few lines of "Who' Sorry Now?"...perhaps an ad lib?

Even better, they seem to be enjoying themselves, despite the depressing, complicated, period plot.

Too bad some of the famous Groucho letter in response to Warner Brothers' legal challenge (re. the Bogart picture), in which Groucho outlines his thesis that the Marx Brothers were Brothers before the Warners were Brothers, and briefly describes the innocuous [albeit GM imaginative]story, did not formulate a real plotline for the picture!
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle A marvelous romp for the Marxes 29 settembre 2011
Di madamemusico - Pubblicato su
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Growing up in the 1950s and `60s, the Marx Brothers' movies were on TV quite frequently - even their biggest dud, Room Service - but not this one. I only saw this film programmed twice in about 15 years, and both times I was occupied elsewhere and couldn't watch it, but I figured that it was probably just as bad as The Big Store or Love Happy. Imagine my surprise, then, to discover a Marx film almost as good as the classic Paramount pictures of the early 1930s. Yes, they "help" the cute, clean-cut young couple find peace and happiness, as they did in every film from A Night at the Opera onward, but this aspect of the plot is not as prominent as the almost endless flurry of gags. Watching this film, you might almost be fooled into thinking that S.J. Perelman was back writing one-liners for Groucho (watching the femme fatale move her butt from side to side as she leaves the room, he quips, "That reminds me...I must get my watch fixed!") or that Al Boasberg had returned to devise new sight gags (the scene in which Chico and Harpo set up tables for hungry diners, including all over the dance floor, is almost as funny as the stateroom scene in Night at the Opera). Chico doubles in his job as the owner of a Yellow Camel Cab Company ("We also have checkered camels," he tells Groucho, pointing to a dromedary covered with a checkered tablecloth) and as Groucho's bodyguard, and hapless Harpo is again working as a valet for a real meanie (Sig Rumann, who played Herman Gottlieb in Night at the Opera, in an encore performance as a former Nazi). And Lisette Verea, a name unknown to me, is terrific as the femme fatale. One curious feature is the somewhat dark lighting, giving this sparkling comedy a "film noir" look, but you get used to that. It also doesn't hurt that this print is in pristine condition, with nary a dropped frame or skipped line. The Bugs Bunny cartoon used as a filler is cute, but the "Joe McDoakes" film short is rather dumb.
1.0 su 5 stelle Disappointed by Seller 7 febbraio 2015
Di Lisa S. Whittington - Pubblicato su
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Yes. I received my movie in a decent amount of times. I specifically wanted the item showed above as is and MightyMounts sent me the same movie with a different photo than the picture displayed at the top. Very disappointed in seller... If your going to sell an item, sell the item you posted above, don't sell the same movie with a different picture posted. I am specifically a vhs collector and if I'm looking for this specific item I would like the one posted above. Why not just submit a photo of what your selling? Dissapointed
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4.0 su 5 stelle The Fab Three. 25 maggio 2004
Di peterfromkanata - Pubblicato su
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While "A Night in Casablanca" is not the Marx Bros. at their best, it still has enough chuckles and gags to amuse Groucho, Chico and Harpo's legion of fans. Sure--it doesn't compare to "Horse Feathers", "Monkey Business", "Duck Soup", "A Night at the Opera" or "A Day at the Races"--but--to be fair--how many comedies do ?
All three of "Minnie's boys" have a chance to shine in this wacky hotel farce set in "exotic" Casablanca. What fans will appreciate most is that the Marxes are on screen for most of the film. For this viewer at least, some of their MGM films were spoiled by saccharine romantic sub-plots, with some boring young tenor of the day crooning to a starlet. While there is some music in this film--including expected turns on piano by Chico and on harp by ( duh ) Harpo--it doesn't detract from the fun.
Groucho shines as the new hotel manager--Harpo is valet to a very suspicious-looking German ( Sig Ruman, hamming it up wonderfully )--Chico seems to be a con-man, intent on ensuring that Groucho does not meet the same nasty fate of previous hotel managers. Of course, we have the usual number of pompous, arrogant people who run head-long into Groucho's rapier wit. I did miss Margaret Dumont though.
The quality of the DVD is excellent--crisp B & W picture--clear mono sound.
Groucho, Chico and Harpo were quite simply three of the funniest human beings of the 20th century. While "A Night in Casablanca" is not a top-tier Marx movie, it will still provide you with a lot of amusement, and deserves a spot in your classic comedy DVD collection.

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