Go West

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Time Out says

Relatively late, and therefore far from great, Marxian mania, in which Groucho, Chico and Harpo find themselves victims both to a West they can barely hoodwink or subvert, and to a script which is only spasmodically funny. That said, it starts well enough, with Harpo and Chico gleefully outwitting Groucho's attempts to fleece them of ten dollars; and the final, frantic train chase climax - while falling dismally short of Keaton's The General - has its (admittedly slapsticky) moments.
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Release details

UK release:

1940

Duration:

80 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Edward Buzzell

Cast:

Tully Marshall, Diana Lewis, John Carroll, The Marx Brothers, Robert Barrat

Music:

Bronislau Kaper

Art Director:

Stan Rogers, Cedric Gibbons

Editor:

Blanche Sewell

Cinematography:

Leonard Smith

Screenwriter:

Irving Brecher

Producer:

Jack Cummings

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