IFI OPEN DAY: A Night at the Opera

Director: sam wood

91 mins| u.s.a.| 1935| black and white

Arguably the Marx Brothers’ finest and funniest film, and Margaret Dumont was surely never more dignified in the face of Groucho’s constant and chaotic insults. You may think the gag rate insane, but everyone knows that when it comes to a Marx Brothers film, there ain’t no Sanity Clause!Tickets for all films will become available at 11am on June 11th at the IFI.

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