The Marx Brothers did more than make movies, as they also appeared in live plays. This one, from 1937, is a hilarious spoof of "A Mid-Summer's Night Dream," among others of Shakespeare's works. Groucho is Tylenol, the King of the Fairies, while Chico is Aleve, a rustic shepherd. They meet in the enchanted forest of reversals, where the opposite of what is intended usually occurs. So they each decide to pursue the ladylove of the other, from whom they receive lessons on how to win a female heart. You can imagine the results no, trust me, actually you cannot. As you no longer can see the live play, you will have to read this to see what happens. This is a necessary addition to the collection of any Marx Brothers fan
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