Comedy • G • 1930 • 1 hr 37 min
Very funny. Has several memorable and quotable scenes. Now, "I must be... going
The bros Marx make their absurdity seem effortless. Plot always dissolves once they’re on screen, but that’s the point. Many hilarious bits.
Non-stop laughs from some comic geniuses at the top of their game.
First Marx brothers film for me. This is acclaimed? Over done annoying “witty” humor. Horrible supporting cast acting. Etc. etc.
I chuckled in places but this was just painful to sit through.
Surprisingly gets some laughs out of sheer absurdity and word play. Probably the best Marx Brothers movie.
One of many zany and hilarious classics from the Marx Bros!
The Marx’s are the best comedy trio ever and it’s not even close
How he got in my pajamas, I don't know
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