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  1. They did filmed some of their sketeches for Paramount and did a few shorts for Warner Bros. in the early sound era. They did "The Heart of New York" for WB in 1932. they did two shorts for Columbia in the late 30's- A Nag In The Bag and Mutiny On The Body. Years later they appeared in Two Tickets To Broadway(1951) for Howard Hughes. I got this info from Leonard Maltin's book "Movie Comedy Teams"
  2. Cruel Intentions is my choice. its a contemporary version of Dangerous Liasions. When I saw it, i thought it was really funny but for the life of me-I dont know if it was intended to be funny or not. Thats why it gets my vote.
  3. My personal favorite is "Only The Lonely"...
  4. it's interesting how they are making musicals based on non-musical cult movies....Little Shop of Horrors, Hairspray, the Producers, etc, etc,,..but I have to ask if it is really necessary to do a musical remake of Footloose??
  5. flash70

    MARX BROTHERS!

    "Love Happy" was the last...unless you count "The Story Of Mankind".....which I don't!
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