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A Night in Casablanca (1946) was a Comedy Film directed by Archie Mayo and produced by David L. Loew.

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Update 1: Spend a Night in CASABLANCA with TCM on March 4

By Will McKinley on Feb 18, 2014 From Cinematically Insane

Turner Classic Movies has announced the twenty U.S. cities?that have been selected as hosts for?FREE?national screenings of Michael Curtiz?s CASABLANCA (1942) on Tuesday, March 4 in celebration of the channel’s 20th anniversary. Ten were chosen by TCM, and ten were selected (at least in part) ... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: A NIGHT IN CASABLANCA (1946)

By Jennifer Garlen on Nov 23, 2012 From Virtual Virago

Originally intended as a parody of Casablanca (1942), the Marx Brothers picture, A Night in Casablanca (1946), bears only passing resemblance to the earlier film. Not surprisingly, the picture veers off wildly from the ostensible source material, allowing Groucho, Harpo, and Chico to ply their trade... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: A NIGHT IN CASABLANCA (1946)

By Jennifer Garlen on Nov 23, 2012 From Virtual Virago

Originally intended as a parody of Casablanca (1942), the Marx Brothers picture, A Night in Casablanca (1946), bears only passing resemblance to the earlier film. Not surprisingly, the picture veers off wildly from the ostensible source material, allowing Groucho, Harpo, and Chico to ply their trade... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: A NIGHT IN CASABLANCA (1946)

By Jennifer Garlen on Nov 23, 2012 From Virtual Virago

Originally intended as a parody of Casablanca (1942), the Marx Brothers picture, A Night in Casablanca (1946), bears only passing resemblance to the earlier film. Not surprisingly, the picture veers off wildly from the ostensible source material, allowing Groucho, Harpo, and Chico to ply their trade... Read full article


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The reason Harpo's hair looks a little strange is that for some reason, the producers decided to curl and dye his real hair, as opposed to using his customary blonde wig.
Near the beginning of the film, the prefect of the police gets on his microphone and says "round up all likely suspects." If you look closely at his lips, he really said "round up the usual suspects" but they dubbed in the replacement line to avoid legal problems with Warner Brothers.
The Marx Brothers put up their own money to produce the movie and, as they did with A Night at the Opera and A Day at the Races, did a tour in which some of the comedy scenes were performed live to be "tested" for laughs.
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