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The Marx Brothers Encyclopedia Paperback – January 17, 2012
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"An imposing compendium of all facts Marxian. It's a tribute to the density of the bros.' work that there's so much to be found in this volume." - Blogcritics
"Being that the Marx style of comedy is timeless, many generations to come will benefit greatly from such a detailed source of information on the team." - The Daily Rotation
"To say this volume is extensive doesn’t quite do it justice. The author touches upon everything you’d need to know about the Brothers." - Nerdy Nothings
"An incredible compendium of facts." - Flixist
"Densely packed with information about anything you could ever ask about the Brothers." - The Retroist
"Truly a vastly informative tome, this is a must for Marx fans and any lover of vintage comedy performers and their lasting contributions to show business." - Cool Ass Cinema
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Glenn Mitchell is a renowned author and historian of silent cinema and the early talkies, and a popular comedy scriptwriter for both radio and television.
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I have every one of his encyclopedias. Chaplin, Laurel & Hardy, A-Z of Silent Film Comedy and now The Marx Brothers Encyclopedia. All for old, little boys like me.
It's all here (or most of it). I was glad to read one part in particular about why one scene of Horsefeathers is always so chopped up in every print. Closure about the frustrating condition of a classic..
These books by Mitchell are all great fun. A lot of facts and photos. That's all I'm looking for.The Marx Brothers Encyclopedia