The New Pictures, May 20, 1946

A Night in Casablanca (United Artists) restores the Marx Brothers to the screen, which has been deprived of their irreplaceable weirdness for five years. Groucho is the rattily natty new manager of a swank North African hotel in which the Nazis have cached French art treasures. Chico knows all about the rival lines of camels, yellow and checkered, which take tourists around. Harpo is valet to the hyperpunctilious Nazi (Siegfried Ru-mann) who is trying to escape to South America with the art.

The forces of evil are eager, for no very memorable reason, to...

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