A Night On The Town
Take a peek into the distant past with a look at pages from original Marx Brothers Broadway theater programs from the 1920's, and read text that never made its way into the movies by choosing Brothers On Broadway (Now featuring reviews by prominent critics of the time!)
An Afternoon At The Movies
A Day At The TV Set
For the largest known list of Marx television appearances, check out TV or Not TV. This list was made possible by the generosity of Jay Hopkins. With the help of many others (listed on the page), Jay originally compiled and published this enormous list in "Re:Marx - The Official Magazine of the Marx Brotherhood." This compendious listing covers the television careers of the Marxes from 1948 through 1977. It also includes related programs, such as appearances by other family members. This is truly an amazing feat, and Jay and his associates are to be applauded for their efforts.
Groucho Marx Chronology
My heartfelt thanks go out to Rob Bader, self-proclaimed Marx Brothers fanatic and editor of a wonderful collection of Groucho's writings, entitled, "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories and Tall Tales." While the writings of Groucho are the main attraction of this book, Bader's detailed and highly-entertaining introduction and exhaustive Groucho chronology are, in my opinion, worth the price of admission. Robert has graciously offered me the opportunity to post his Groucho Marx Chronology here and, of course, I jumped at the chance.
The trade paperback edition of "Groucho Marx and Other Short Stories and Tall Tales: Selected Writings of Groucho Marx" (New York, Faber & Faber, 1996) is available at major bookstores or you can purchase it online from Amazon.com through my Marx Brothers Bookstore.
A Marx Chronology
I've included herein information on Other Work By The Marx Brothers. This chronological list was stolen shamelessly from Allen Eyles. I only steal from the best.
(This page was originally created by Frank Bland for his 'Why A Duck?' website)