A Day at the Races / A Night at the Opera Movie Poster
  • Released
  • January 1, 2011
  • 1 Fan Ratings

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A Day at the Races / A Night at the Opera Synopsis

Double Feature: A DAY AT THE RACES, 1937, Warner Bros., 111 min. Dir. Sam Wood. The Marx Brothers’ second (and most expensive) MGM film serves up Groucho as Dr. Hugo Z. Hackenbush, who arouses all sorts of suspicion as the new head of a posh sanitarium - and with good reason: He’s actually a veterinarian! [35mm]<br><br> A NIGHT AT THE OPERA, 1935, Warner Bros., 92 min. Dir. Sam Wood. The Marx Brothers' first film for MGM, first without Zeppo, and their biggest box office hit, finds them in the mix with a couple of beleaguered opera singer pals who are having career trouble. Enjoy the stateroom scene, the contract routine and tons of great one-liners. And remember: "There ain't no sanity clause!" [35mm] Introduction by Andy Marx.

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