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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Humor_RiskHumor Risk - Wikipedia

    Humor Risk, also known as Humorisk, is a lost unreleased 1921 silent comedy short film. It is the first film to star the Marx Brothers, and was the only Marx Brothers movie until the release of their 1929 musical comedy The Cocoanuts.

  2. The silent Humor Risk was made privately by the Marx Brothers in 1921. According to popular belief, it was never completed but nevertheless screened once in Bronx in a matinée for kids, whose lack of interest accounted for the movie to remain unreleased. There has also been a rumour that

  3. 6. Feb. 2019 · In this episode I discuss the famous lost Marx Brothers film, Humor Risk, one of the most mysterious lost films of the silent era.

    • 10 Min.
    • 8,1K
    • Shoegazer Productions
  4. 7. Sept. 2015 · The film is usually known as either Humor Risk or Humorisk – an obvious parody (albeit, judging by the synopsis, one extending to title only) of Fannie Hursts short story Humoresque, a hit film version of which had been released in 1920.

    • Matthew Coniam
  5. It was the last film directed by Dick Smith (1886-1937), and the first film written by Jo Swerling. The film was made privately by the Marxes with money from friends. Information about the film's premise is sparse.

    • Dick Smith
    • Al Posen
    • A. H. Vallet
    • Jo Swerling
  6. Humor Risk: Directed by Richard Smith. With Groucho Marx, Harpo Marx, Chico Marx, Zeppo Marx. Harpo played the hero, a detective named Watson who "made his entrance in a high hat, sliding down a coal chute into the basement".

  7. Humor Risk, also known as Humorisk, is a lost unreleased 1921 silent comedy short film that was the first film to star the Marx Brothers. The print may have been accidentally thrown away when left in the screening box overnight.