Obviously bored or bewlidered extras seen in the background of movies. From the Marx Brothers' debut movie of the same name, in which all but one of the extras are plainly bored and bewlidered.

The movie sucked, but it was fun watching for cocoanuts.

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  • Cocoanuts — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel: The Cocoanuts Originaltitel: The Cocoanuts Produktionsland: USA Erscheinungsjahr: 1929 Länge: 93 Minuten Originalsprache: Englisch Al …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • cocoanuts — adj. pertaining to cocoa palm or nut that grows on it n. hard shelled nut of the cocoa palm …   English contemporary dictionary

  • The Cocoanuts — This article is about the 1929 film. For 1925 Broadway musical, see The Cocoanuts (musical). The Cocoanuts Theatrical release poster Directed by Robert …   Wikipedia

  • The Cocoanuts — Título Los cuatro cocos Ficha técnica Dirección Joseph Santley Robert Florey …   Wikipedia Español

  • The Cocoanuts (musical) — Infobox Musical name = The Cocoanuts subtitle = caption = Sheet music cover for the song A Little Bungalow music = Irving Berlin lyrics = Irving Berlin book = George S. Kaufman Morrie Ryskind (additional text) basis = productions = 1925 Broadway… …   Wikipedia

  • The Cocoanuts — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel The Cocoanuts Produktionsland USA …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • The Cocoanuts —    Part musical and part farce, this wacky George S. Kaufman (book) and Irving Berlin (music and lyrics) collaboration opened on 8 December 1925 for 377 performances starring the Marx Brothers and produced by Sam H. Harris. The Cocoanuts, along… …   The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater

  • The Cocoanuts —    Voir Noix de coco …   Dictionnaire mondial des Films

  • Noix de coco (film, 1929) — Noix de coco (The Cocoanuts) est une comédie américaine réalisée par Robert Florey et Joseph Santley, sortie en 1929. Sommaire 1 Synopsis 2 Fiche technique …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Marx Brothers — The Marx Brothers were an American family comedy act, originally from New York City, that enjoyed success in Vaudeville, Broadway, and motion pictures from the early 1900s to around 1950. Five of Marx Brothers’ thirteen feature films were… …   Wikipedia

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