Horse Feathers DVD

Horse Feathers DVD
Horse Feathers DVD Horse Feathers DVD
The quintessential Marx Brothers comedy. Groucho, Harpo, Chico, and yes, Zeppo, are at their manic peak in this uproariously anarchic parody of college life. As the fun-loving president of Huxley College, Groucho tries to keep the student body in line while attempting to keep his own body near a flirtatious floozie (Thelma Todd) who is secretly trying to rig the big football game between Huxley and arch rival Darwin University. Plot aside, and it usually is, Horse Feathers contains some of the greatest sequences in movie comedy history, including a classic schoolroom shoot-out between Groucho and students Harpo and Chico, as well as an unforgettable football game finale. Other gems include each brother offering his personal rendition of "Everyone Says I Love You" and a speak-easy sequence that will forever give meaning to the word "swordfish". The fourth and perhaps funniest Marx Brothers comedy boasts a script by immortal humorist S.J. Perelman, songs by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby (including Groucho's theme, "I'm Against It") and direction by the great Norman McLeod.
Specifications
Aspect Ratio1.33:1
AudioEnglish Mono 2.0 (SDH) French Mono 2.0, German Mono 2.0, Italian Mono 2.0, Spanish Mono 2.0
BBFCU
Case TypeAmaray Single
CastReginald Barlow,Robert Greig,Chico Marx,David Landau,Edgar Dearing,Frank Rice,Groucho Marx,Harpo Marx,Thelma Todd,Zeppo Marx
ColourBlack & White
DirectorNorman Z McLeod
Discs1
FormatDVD
HOH (Hard of Hearing)Yes
LanguageEnglish
LanguageFrench
LanguageItalian
LanguageSpanish
LanguageGerman
RegionDVD 4
RegionDVD 5
RegionDVD 2
Released2005-04-04
Run Time63
SubtitleItalian
SubtitleTurkish
SubtitleSwedish
SubtitleSpanish
SubtitleRussian
SubtitlePortuguese
SubtitleNorwegian
SubtitleHebrew
SubtitleArabic
SubtitleGreek
SubtitleGerman
SubtitleFrench
SubtitleFinnish
SubtitleEnglish
SubtitleDutch
SubtitleDanish
Year1932

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