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Buy from Amazon.com  Love Happy  starring the Marx Brothers (Groucho, Chico, Harpo) and Marilyn Monroe

Love Happy movie poster - Marx Brothers (Groucho, Chico, Harpo) and Marilyn MonroeLove Happy - Marilyn Monroe with Groucho MarxLove Happy, the final Marx Brothers film was originally written (by Harpo Marx himself) as a vehicle for Harpo, who had been wanting to pursue a solo film career.   However, Chico was again in financial distress, and Harpo helped him by adding him to the film.   Groucho had no interest in making the film, however, Harpo – „¢s financial backers were unwilling to back a film with only two of the three Marx Brothers, and joined the film – €under his conditions.   This is why Groucho spends most of the film narrating, and why much of the humor is centered around Harpo.   The ending is very funny, reminiscent of Harpo – „¢s physical hijinks in classic Marx Brothers films like  A Night at the Opera.   Also, be forewarned – €although Marilyn Monroe features prominently on the cover of the DVD, she – „¢s only in the movie for a short period of time.

Funny movie quotes from  Love Happy  starring the Marx Brothers and Marilyn Monroe

Love Happy, Groucho Marx with Marilyn MonroeDetective Sam Grunion (Groucho Marx): I am the same Sam Grunion who solved the international uranium-mining swindle. Scotland Yard was baffled; the FBI was baffled. They sent for me and the case was solved immediately: I confessed.

Detective Sam Grunion (Groucho Marx): Here – „¢s another Broadway hopeful: Faustino the Great. For 20 years he was an organ grinder with a monkey. Then one day the monkey went on strike. He wanted shorter hours and longer bananas.

Faustino the Great (Chico Marx): Look, Mr. Lyons, I know you wanna make a good impression, but please – don – „¢t play better than me.

Faustino the Great (Chico Marx): How long you study music?
Mr. Lyons: Fifteen years.
Faustino the Great (Chico Marx): Fifteen. You know, two more years, you could – „¢ve been a plumber.

Faustino the Great (Chico Marx): Nevermind the pianissimo. I – „¢m gonna make it very simple for you: we play it allegro pizzicato. That – „¢s what-a you call ¢â‚¬Ëœem, high-class Carnegie Hall stuff. You know allegro pizzicato?
Mr. Lyons: No.
Faustino the Great (Chico Marx): You know Jimmy Pizzicato?
Mr. Lyons: No.
Faustino the Great (Chico Marx): None of the Pizzicatos?
Mr. Lyons: No.
Faustino the Great (Chico Marx): What  do  you know?
Mr. Lyons: I know pistachio.
Faustino the Great (Chico Marx): Pistachio! [shrugs]



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