Here are several sites that gave publicity to the Marx Brothers – Night at the Opera Treasury back in the good ol’ days:
PCComputing was kind enough to feature the Marx Brothers Night at the Opera Treasury in CD Ron’s (Ron White’s) Net Kahuna column of their March 1997 issue.
Sir Surfalot, a once-regular weekly feature on Microsoft’s Internet Explorer Home User page, gave the Marx Brothers Night at the Opera Treasury a hearty endorsement in February of 1998. Too bad he’s not writing there anymore.
Brad Lang gave this site a thumbs-up when he declared it a Best New Link on his Classic Movies page. At the time, the site was known as The Mining Company, but now, Brad’s work is found on his Classic Movies pages. Each week, Brad scours the web for the best sites featuring classic movies, so be sure to visit there often.
I’m really proud of this one. Apple Inc. featured the Marx Brothers – Night at the Opera Treasury on its Quicktime Showcase Recreation / Hot Picks page (December, 1999). It was also featured as a Hot Pick on Quicktime News in June of 2001.
Just when I thought I’d had my fifteen minutes of fame, along comes Yahoo! Internet Life and features the Marx Brothers – Night at the Opera Treasury in its February 2000 edition as one of their WebGuide: New, Notable & Fun links. Thanks, Yahoo!
Mike Durrett featured the Sights and Sounds section of the Marx Brothers – Night at the Opera Treasury as its Funny Site of the Day for June 29, 2000.
Being broadcast from the land down under (and I’m not referring to that “666” there), ABC Canberra voted the Marx Brothers – Night at the Opera Treasury as one of the Top 10 sites of 2001. My humble thanks for the very high rating.