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A Year: Day to Day Men: 17th of November, Solar Year 2017
On November 17, 1933, Paramount Pictures releases “Duck Soup” directed by Leo McCarey and starring the Marx Brothers. While contemporaneous critics of Duck Soup felt it did not quite meet the standards of its predecessors, critical opinion has evolved and the film has since achieved the status of a classic.
“Duck Soup” is now considered among critics to be a masterpiece of comedy, and the Marx Brothers’ finest film. The United States Library of Congress deemed the film “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry.
This blog is a refugee and a survivor of the Great Tumblr Inquisition of December 17th, 2018. I am gay artist, who received training at the Rhode Island School of Design, and now, a retired high-end fine art framer living in Maryland, USA. My interests and studies in life run a wide gamut from art to history and from the scientific to the esoteric. I have been building this blog of images and texts for the last eight years. My wish is that my posts pique the interest of viewers and encourage them to experience more.
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