Amazon.com: 88 件のカスタマーレビュー
Old Movie Fan
2011年6月20日 - (Amazon.com)
If you own the Silver Screen version of this DVD and wonder if it uses the same print the answer is it doesn't. The Silver Screen version contains so many skips in the bridge scene that it's unwatchable. This print is not pristine but the few skips are not during dialog and are hardly noticeable. My advice for Marx Brothers fans is to buy the Siver Screen for the other films and to replace Animal Crackers with this version.
Paul A. Ladouceur
Still crazy after all these years!
2016年3月15日 - (Amazon.com)
Groucho, Harpo and Chico at their zany finest! Add Zeppo and the ever unflappable, Margaret DuMont along with a lavish house party complete with its own theft and some of their best quick repartee ever and you have pure silliness at its most infectious. Still holds up after all these years! Hooray for Captain Spaulding indeed!
Scott T. Rivers
The Marxes' Strange Interlude
2006年6月29日 - (Amazon.com)
The first 15 minutes of "Animal Crackers" (1930) represent the Marx Brothers in top form, with Groucho's "Hooray for Captain Spaudling" an enduring classic. Regrettably, the film soon runs out of steam and the latter Groucho-Chico exchanges become rather tiresome. Harpo's physical viciousness toward Margaret Dumont is decidedly out of character - a miscalculation he would not repeat. Zeppo, on the other hand, manages to upstage Groucho during the famous dictation scene. Director Victor Heerman keeps the camera nailed to the ground - lacking the occasional cinematic flair evident in "The Cocoanuts." The Marxes are always worth seeing, but one wishes this enterprise had turned out better.
2017年4月9日 - (Amazon.com)
I love the classic comedy of the movie. even being in black and white doesn't detract from it.
Good entry point to the Marx Brothers
2007年4月9日 - (Amazon.com)
I recently watched Marx Brothers movies because I was looking for a gift for a friend who had never seen them before, and was skeptical about whether he'd like them. This is the movie I chose. While I think Duck Soup is a better film, I thought the major musical review numbers might be off-putting. And Duck Soup does not have Chico at the piano or Harpo at the harp. This movie has many of their most classic routines, including the mirror sequence, which many first-time viewers will be familiar with from the "I Love Lucy" show when Harpo was a guest. This is ultimately one of the best all-around Marx Brothers movies.