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Episode Released: Jun 29, 2013 • Roger Ebert's Review: 
Show Hosts: Lindsay Shank & Jeff Bell
Episode Synopsis

We review film #85: “A Night At The Opera“…the 1935 Marx Brothers film where the Marx Brothers must take down a jerk of an Opera singer and give a chance to two young, up-and-coming non-jerk Opera singers.

Lindsay’s Thoughts


Our Opinions

Lindsay says "I Liked it."
Jeff says "I Liked it."

Show Notes

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Stuff & Things from Jeff
  1. Physical abuse was perfectly okay for anyone involved in theater during the 1930's.
  2. You can throw flowers up into the air, and they will magically vanish.
  3. All theaters have comically oversized hammers available.
  4. All bad guys fit into the clichè, bad guy look. However somehow, no one ever realizes they are evil.
  5. If you want to burst into a song, there will always be someone with a guitar and an invisible orchestra nearby that will know exactly what song you want to sing.
  6. People in the 30's took the phrase "The Show Must Go On" very seriously, even if the stage surrounding the performers is physically falling apart.

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