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History

"One for all and two for five..."

The Marxes in Chicago

Art Fisher and Groucho the Monk

The Origin of Zeppo's name

Gus Edwards

Vaudeville

Nightingales and Mascots

Fun In Hi Skule

Mr Green's Reception

Home Again / N'Everything

Cinderella

On The Balcony

I'll Say She Is!

Misc.

Chico Marx Orchestra

Chico's Dalmatian Wedding?

Gallagher & Shean

Will B. Johnstone

Joe Frisco

"My name is Sammy Brown and I just came into town..."

Marx Variations

Camel Caravan

A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine

MARX GRATIA MARXES

UPDATED 16 JANUARY 2016

FILM PROJECTS IN THE 1920s

"We wanted to get into the movies", Groucho said when interviewed by Richard Anobile about Humor Risk and it's pretty obvious that the Marxes made several attempts at it in the 1920s, including Too Many Kisses with Harpo and A Kiss In The Dark with Zeppo

Films & film projects

Film projects in the 1920s

Humor Risk

Too Many Kisses (Harpo)

A Kiss In The Dark (Zeppo)

The Cocoanuts

Animal Crackers

Monkey Business

Horse Feathers

Of Thee I Sing

Duck Soup

A Night At The Opera

A Day At The Races

Giraffes on Horseback Salads

Room Service

At the Circus

Go West

The Big Store

Stage Door Canteen & The All-Star Bond Rally (Harpo)

A Night In Casablanca

Copacabana (Groucho)

Love Happy

Story of Mankind

The Incredible Jewel Robbery

Deputy Seraph

A Day at the United Nations

All info on Marxology...

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