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    Groucho Marx "Otis B. Driftwood" tailcoat from A Night at the Opera. (MGM, 1935) Vintage original black wool cutaway tailcoat with peaked lapel, single chest welt pocket and single button front closure. Lined in black satin. With decorative threaded stitching around lapel, collar and hems. Retaining the internal Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer bias label. Any film wardrobe worn by the Marx Brothers is excessively rare and highly desirable. A Night at the Opera is considered by many to be the greatest Marx Brothers comedy, and a favorite of the Marx Brothers, themselves! Wardrobe by Dolly Tree. Exhibiting minor age and production wear. In vintage fine condition. Provenance: Christie's South Kensington, Dec. 19, 1991.

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    June, 2018
    5th Tuesday
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