Berman, Sam: Caricature of The Marx Brothers
Large format news type magazine, only published for 2 years. Strong anti-facist, anti-communist leanings. Contains period photography, articles, political illustrations etc. Caricatures of Clark Gable and Carole Lombard
Fulton, Robert C., III.: Love's Labour's Lost and the Marx Brothers
Keywords: English literature; 1500-1599; Shakespeare, William; Love's Labour's Lost; comedy; humor; language; compared to Marx Brothers
McConnell, Robert: A Theory of Comedy: Comparisons between British and American Comedy in the Broadcast Media
Abstract: "A theory explaining the essential nature of comedy is explored in this paper. [First part of the paper] Examples illustrating each of these elements - selected from familiar comedic areas such as silent film comedy, the Marx Brothers, and "Roadrunner" cartoons - are included. [Second part of the paper] Examples taken from two radio programs that were popular in Britain during the 1950s and 1960s, [..] "Saturday Night Live" and "The Tonight Show" television programs."
Gussow, Mel: Guarding Her Father's Legacy With a Smile
about George S. Kaufman's daughter Anne Kaufman Schneider and her role in the 1996 production of "Cocoanuts". Arthur Marx answered to this article with a letter on Sep 6, 1996
(N.N.): (Article on a new exibition at The Smithonian)
Among the 240 is excerpts from a Groucho appearance on the 'Tonight' show with Johnny Carson in 1965. The subject is Groucho's delight in receiving a letter from The Library of Congress asking for the donation of his papers.
Magny, Joël: Un cinéaste doit-il ãetre honnête?
Abstract: "The writer discusses the honesty of various filmmakers whose works are being shown on French television in summer 1997. The filmmakers discussed are Richard Brooks, Otto Preminger, the Marx Brothers, and Krzysztof Kieslowski."
Cohen, Ted: High and low art, and high and low audiences
Abstract: "Part of a special issue on aesthetics and popular culture. The writer begins with the assumption that we can, at least crudely, distinguish "high" from "low" art and "high" from "low" audiences. [..] He also asks what it can mean that some artworks, such as the Marx Brothers' A Night at the Opera, appeal to both highly sophisticated and relatively unsophisticated audiences. [..]"
The Marx Brothers - Los Hermanos Marx - האחים מרקס - マルクス兄弟 - Les Freres Marx - 마르크스형제 - Братья Маркс - Bröderna Marx - برادران مارکس - I Fratelli Marx - Братята Маркс - Bracia Marx - Germans Marx - الأخوة ماركس - 馬克思兄弟 - Αδελφοί Μαρξ - Irmãos Marx
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