- The Marx Brothers by Stefan Timphus
the home of this page
- Why A Duck? by Frank M. Bland
This Official Unofficial Marx Brothers Web Site has it all. The people, the movies, sounds, pictures etc.
(This is a copy of the site originally available under the domain "whyaduck.com")
- Marxology by Mikael Uhlin
Concentrating on the earlier years of their career.
- The Marx Brothers Museum by Rolf Ronestar
A site presenting a lot of material in a great design
- Dr. Macro's High Quality Movie Scans
High quality scans of promotional pictures
- Harpo's Place by Bill Marx
Website about Harpo, created by his son Bill, with extensive biography and lots of pictures.
Bill's blog "sonofharpospeaks" is no longer active
- Giraffes on Horseback Salad: The Graphic Novel
Webpage for the "strangest movie never made", a collaboration between the Marx Brothers and Salvador Dali. The script was turned into a graphic novel and this is the author's website.
- The Marx Brothers Council Podcast by Matthew Coniam, Noah Diamond and Bob Gassel
Bob, Matthew and Noah (and the occasional guest) discuss everything Marx Brothers related.
- Groucho: A Marxist? by The Smoking Gun
A FBI file about Groucho from 1953
- Marx out of Print by Roger Fillary
Honouring the Marx Brothers with full reproductions of publications that are now 'out of print' and rare to find. (archived version of the site)
- The Greatest Films by Tim Dirks
has great pages about several of the Brothers' movies
- The Marx Brothers Night at the Opera Treasury by Bill Buchanan
an incredible collection information about "A Night At The Opera." (no longer active, link shows archived version)
- Brad's Marx Brothers Home Page by Brad Austin
Check out some great sounds, pics, and dialog transcriptions presented in living black and white!
- The one, the only Groucho by Billy Ingram
Good site about "You bet your life"
- The Lester S. Levy Collection of Sheet Music by Johns Hopkins University
has several pieces from Marx Brothers shows
- You Bet Your Life by National Public Radio
(soundfile) feature about Robert Dwan's book with excerpts from the show