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The always charming Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., Photoplay's man in Berlin, discovered that Der Fuhrer would scurry-away with his pal Herman Goering in order to yuck it up in the dark while watching his fave non-Aryan comedy team: The Marx Brothers.

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Hitler might have liked American movies, but there was one thing American he didn't like: German-Americans drove him crazy.

     


Rumors of Hitler's Favorite American Comedy Team? (Photoplay Magazine, 1937)

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