The Marx Brothers in a Nutshell Trailer

The Marx Brothers in a Nutshell Trailer (1982)

"Madly enjoyable. It is all but impossible to love the Marx Brothers and not enjoy this show." 02 January 1982 Comedy, Factual 94 mins

A fascinating look at the most beloved comedy team in motion picture history. Exclusive interviews with those closest to the brothers supplement this collection of highlights from their film, theater, and television appearances and offer a compelling look at their lives both on and off-screen.

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Cast

Gene Kelly

as Narrator

Groucho Marx

as Himself

Chico Marx

as Himself

Harpo Marx

as Himself

Woody Allen

as Himself

Irving Brecher

as Himself

Dick Cavett

as Himself

Robert Klein

as Himself

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 02 January 1982

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