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Title: Why a Duck Visual and Verbal Gems from the Marx Br (Inglese) Copertina rigida

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5.0 su 5 stelle ''I think I'll try to make her!'' 3 gennaio 2017
Di Walter Five - Pubblicato su
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This is a marvelous work, the unexpurgated script of Animal Crackers with all the cut wisecracks and running jokes set with photo stills of the movie. Back when this book was published in 1972, before videotapes, this was the only way we fans could re-live films like ''Animal Crackers.'' And until very recently, the only way we could know the dialog of the 'lost' lines (an uncut print was recently located, and a restored edit has been released in 2016.
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5.0 su 5 stelle a great classic: picture book about the Marx 8 luglio 2014
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a great classic : picture book about the Marx Brothers
5.0 su 5 stelle Great collectors item 28 maggio 2017
Di Jeffro - Pubblicato su
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I bought this book decades ago at a local bookstore and was very impressed with all of the full page black and white photos with dialogue stamped alongside. Great collectors item. Unfortunately the book is long lost probably during my divorce back in 1999. Maybe I will buy this again. If you love the nosgtalgia buy this.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Laugh-Out-Loud Scenes from Marx Brothers Movies 6 gennaio 2013
Di Clark Hallman - Pubblicato su
I bought Why a Duck?: Visual and Verbal Gems from the Marx Brothers Movies, edited by Richard J. Anobile, in 1973 and I have read it numerous times over the last 39+ years. For as long as I can remember, I have enjoyed the Marx Brothers. To me, Groucho Marx was a comedic genius in both a visual and witty-dialogue sense. Likewise, Groucho's brother Harpo, who did not speak in the Marx Brothers movies, and his brother Chico, were both gifted comedic actors. Their brother Zeppo also appeared in non-comedic roles in the first four movies covered in this book (listed below). Why a Duck? presents photographs made from actual movie-frame blow-ups and printed dialogue from segments of eight Marx Brothers movies. Anobile selected wonderfully entertaining sequences from the movies, which enable the reader to enjoy these hilarious comedic actors in book form. The book includes significant photo/written-dialogue sequences from the following movies: The Cocoanuts (1929), Monkey Business (1931), Horse Feathers (1932), Duck Soup (1933), A Night at the Opera (1935), and A Day at the Races (1937). It also provides a smidgen of sequences from At the Circus (1939), Go West (1940), and The Big Store (1941). It also includes an introduction by Groucho. Again, I have read this book numerous times over the years. Every time I read almost any part of Why a Duck?, it makes me laugh out loud. Of course, I highly recommend seeing the movies, but you can get a quick hit of laughter anytime by reading even small sections of this book.

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