Marx Brothers Film Revue: Final film on Monday, April 5!

{ See “A Night at the Opera” on Monday, April 5! }

Enjoy three nights of classic Marx Brothers films in celebration of the
3rd Annual Lowell Film Festival!

Friday, April 2 @ 7PM
Horse Feathers (1932, 1hr 8 min)
Dharma Buns Sandwich Company, 26A Market Street

Saturday, April 3 @ 7PM
Duck Soup (1933, 1hr 8 min)
Dharma Buns Sandwich Company, 26A Market Street

Monday, April 5 @ 7PM
A Night at the Opera (1935, 1hr 36 min)
Screened in partnership with the Lowell Film Collaborative
Athenian Corner Restaurant, 207 Market Street

The 3rd Annual Lowell Film Festival is finalizing plans for a great weekend of timeless film! This year the Fest will honor Hollywood’s Golden Age of Cinema by featuring classic cinema of the 1930s that captured the nation’s attention during the Great Depression. In addition to the eight films that are screening from April 8 – 10 as part of the official Fest lineup, “Related Film Events” will take place at a couple of downtown eateries for folks who want MORE film. We’re delighted about this!

Kudos goes out to Athenian Corner Restaurant and Dharma Buns who will be hosting a fabulous series of three Marx Brothers films in celebration of the Lowell Film Festival. It doesn’t get much better than the Marx Brothers — they may have lived rather turbulent private lives, but their onscreen personas live on in the hearts of millions.

Don’t miss these great films PLUS all the other events taking place in April during the 2010 Lowell Film Festival!

Visit to see the full Festival lineup, including all “Related Film Events.”


Published by Lowell Film Collaborative

The Lowell Film Collaborative is a grassroots initiative in Lowell, MA, whose mission is to bring more cinematic awareness to the community.

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