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The Silent Marx Brother

Neatorama presents a guest post from actor, comedian, and voiceover artist Eddie Deezen. Visit Eddie at his website. Was there ever a stranger, more unique, or more lovable movie star than Harpo Marx? Adolph Arthur Marx (later Harpo) was born in New York City in 1888. He got his famous nickname in a casual poker game [...]

Pop Culture Characters are Just Like Us

Mike Mitchell, the artist who came up with such gems as the Brobocop, Parks and Recreation in the style of Casablanca poster, amongst other, is back with a fun show at Gallery [...]

Pop Surrealism From The Mind Of Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell is no stranger to Neatorama, since his paintings of Brobocop and the Parks and Recreation cast in Casablanca, have graced our pages before. So, as soon as I saw the gallery at BuzzFeed I just had to share. This guy knows how to paint beloved pop culture icons like you’ve never seen them before, [...]

Darth Vader Screams "No!" in Various Movies

(Video Link) In the new Blu-ray version of Return of the Jedi, Darth Vader cries out “No!” has he kills the Emperor. CineWeekly thinks this is the new Wilhelm scream, and therefore added it to many classic movies, from Casablanca to Dumb and Dumber. -via The Mary Sue


Serve the public trust. Protect the innocent. Uphold the law … while lookin’ good in a popped collar! Here’s Brobocop by Mike Mitchell – via Laughing Squid Previously on Neatorama: Mike Mitchell’s Parks And Recreation poster in the vein of Casablanca.

The Number of the Day: 30%

According to a poll taken by a British film rental company, 30% of the people who claim to have seen The Godfather are lying. Related Fact: The rest of the top ten most lied about films are Casablanca (13%), Taxi Driver (11%), 2001: A Space Odyssey (9%), Reservoir Dogs (8%), This Is Spinal Tap (7%), Apocalypse [...]

The Quick 10: The Jungle Cruise

Welcome to part two of “my brain went on vacation three days ago even though my plane doesn’t leave until tomorrow.” (Here’s part one from yesterday). Today we’re visiting the Jungle Cruise. Everyone turn around and wave good-bye to the folks back on the dock… They may never see you again. But then again, you [...]

A Night in Casablanca

I had heard long ago about how Warner Brothers was upset about the then-upcoming 1946 Marx Brothers movie A Night in Casablanca because the studio was protective of their own 1942 film Casablanca. It turns out that the story I heard was not what really happened. Groucho Marx did write a series of hilarious letters [...]