Marx Brothers

Love, Groucho: Letters From Groucho Marx To His Daughter Miriam

Love, Groucho: Letters From Groucho Marx To His Daughter Miriam

Description of  Love, Groucho: Letters From Groucho Marx To His Daughter Miriam  For everyone who still can’t get enough of this legendary wit (and excellent writer), here is an extraordinary collection of almost two hundred letters by Groucho Marx. Following a close filial relationship as it unfolds week by week, year by year, these letters […]

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Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories and Tall Tales: Selected Writings of Groucho Marx, An Updated and Expanded Edition

Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories and Tall Tales

Editorial Review of  Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories and Tall Tales: Selected Writings of Groucho Marx, An Updated and Expanded Edition, courtesy of  Amazon.com  It makes sense that Groucho, master of the wise crack, a man who kept company with S.J. Perelman and George S. Kaufman, should be a wonderful author in his own […]

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The Groucho Letters

The Groucho Letters

The Groucho Letters: Letters from and to Groucho Marx  The Groucho Letters – Letters to and from Groucho Marx is a collection of, well, letters sent by Groucho Marx.   If you like Groucho Marx’ acerbic sense of humor, you’ll love this.   One small example is  Groucho’s famous letter to the Warner Brothers about the […]

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Groucho and Me - the autobiography of Groucho Marx

Funny quotes from Groucho and Me

Groucho Marx was never more funny than in his autobiography,  Groucho and Me.   Here as some examples:

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Groucho and Me - the autobiography of Groucho Marx

Groucho and Me

Groucho and Me – the autobiography of Groucho Marx  Groucho and Me is a very entertaining autobiography of Groucho Marx, written by Julius Marx (Groucho’s real name).   Witty and entertaining, with piles of anecdotes, it’s well worth reading if you’re a fan of Groucho Marx – but not if you’re looking for accuracy or detail […]

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The Cocoanuts (1929), starring the Marx Brothers

Marx Brothers photo gallery

Marx Brothers photo gallery – a collection of photos of the Marx Brothers (Groucho, Chico, Harpo, Zeppo) from their movies, publicity stills, and so on.

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You Bet Your Life - The Best Episodes - starring Groucho Marx, with many of the best episodes, and some nice extras as well

Groucho Marx | You Bet Your Life | the best episodes

Editorial Reviews of You Bet Your Life – The Best Episodes, courtesy of Amazon.com  The secret word for  Groucho Marx  fans is ‘DVD.’  This three-disc set collects a priceless archive of 18 complete and uncut episodes filmed between 1950 and 1960. The surprise success of the radio incarnation of You Bet Your Life assured for […]

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Monkey Business: The Lives and Legends of The Marx Brothers

Monkey Business: The Lives and Legends of the Marx Brothers

Editorial Review of Monkey Business: The Lives and Legends of the Marx Brothers, by Simon Louvish (courtesy of Amazon.com )   A serious book hiding behind a goofy title,  Monkey Business captures a tremendous amount of detail in its pages, enough to satisfy the most hard-core  Marx Brothers aficionado. Author Simon Louvish has a talent for showcasing contrasts, […]

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Animal Crackers - The Marx Brothers - Groucho - Harpo - Chico - Zeppo - Margaret Dumont

Animal Crackers, starring the Marx Brothers

Review of Animal Crackers, starring Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx, Zeppo Marx, Margaret Dumont  Released in 1930, Animal Crackers is the Marx Brothers‘ second film.  It’s full of the manic energy for which Groucho Marx, Chico, and Harpo are known. In addition, Zeppo also excels in this film, acting as the secretary for Groucho, aka. Captain Spaulding, famous African […]

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A Night at the Opera, starring the Marx Brothers

A Night at the Opera, starring the Marx Brothers

Review of A Night at the Opera (1935) starring the Marx Brothers (Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx) Director:  Sam WoodBlack & White, HiFi Sound, NTSCOne of the all-time funniest  Marx Brothers movies – which makes it one of the funniest movies of all time.  Synopsis:  Groucho Marx is Otis P. Driftwood, too busy trying to fleece […]

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