A Night in Casablanca
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"A Night in Casablanca" is the twelfth Marx Brothers movie, starring Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, and Harpo Marx. The picture was directed by Archie Mayo and written by Joseph Fields and Roland Kibbee, and is generally considered one of the better of the Marx Brothers' later films.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producer: David L. Loew
- music by Werner Janssen, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby
- set decoration by Edward G. Boyle
- genres: Slapstick, Crime Fiction, Farce, Satire, Comedy
- tagline: The Howl Raiser of 1946.
- released on (68 years ago)
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Sixth Edition by David Thomson
1946:A Night in Casablanca; Angel onMy Shoulder. Although a Warners contract director fromsound until 1937, Mayo's record there is not striking. Black Legion, about the Ku Klux Klan, is atrenchant social melodrama, visually much darker ...
The Encyclopedia of Film (1991)
by James Monaco
the aging team did three flat comedies at MGM; after the war, apparently out of financial need, they reunited for the undistinguished A Night in Casablanca (1946) and Love Happy ( 1949).
by Barry Monush
The trio was called back for two independent ventures, A Night in Casablanca and Love Happy, looking too old and disinterested for this sort of nonsense. The latter, in fact, was actually a star vehicle tor Harpo, with smaller parts for Chico and ...
Dictionary of Film Makers (1972)
by Georges Sadoul, Peter Morris
A Night in Casablanca ( 46), ...
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