The finale, a crescendo to an almost euphoric light-headedness, is a schizophrenic battle scene of abrupt time jumps and costume changes, and it disengages itself from logic far beyond the Marxes' usual tease-and-torment repartee. This is as high off the ground as the Brothers ever get. Directed by Leo McCarey. (1933) — Duncan Shepherd
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