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algemesii1:

The three original Marx Brothers years ago when they played in Vaudeville. Left to right. Harpo, Groucho, and Gummo. Ca.1932

algemesii1:

The three original Marx Brothers years ago when they played in Vaudeville. Left to right. Harpo, Groucho, and Gummo. Ca.1932






Gummo, Groucho and Harpo Marx with their Uncle Julius.

Gummo, Groucho and Harpo Marx with their Uncle Julius.



deforest:

Claudette Colbert and Groucho Marx on tour with the Hollywood Victory Caravan on May 16th, 1942

deforest:

Claudette Colbert and Groucho Marx on tour with the Hollywood Victory Caravan on May 16th, 1942



whataboutbobbed:

outside the movie studios, five Hollywood stars attempt to determine, by a race, which is the fastest miniature car. from left To right - Groucho Marx, Jackie Cooper, Carol Lombard, and Harpo Marx - April 9, 1933

whataboutbobbed:

outside the movie studios, five Hollywood stars attempt to determine, by a race, which is the fastest miniature car. from left To right - Groucho Marx, Jackie Cooper, Carol Lombard, and Harpo Marx - April 9, 1933



motherdirectress:

January 30, 1945: Actress Ida Lupino enjoys a big hug and kiss from Groucho Marx backstage of the CBS Vine Street Theater in Hollywood where they performed on the ‘March of Dimes’ program.

motherdirectress:

January 30, 1945: Actress Ida Lupino enjoys a big hug and kiss from Groucho Marx backstage of the CBS Vine Street Theater in Hollywood where they performed on the ‘March of Dimes’ program.



valentinovamp:

The Marx Brothers in “Cocoanuts” (1929)

valentinovamp:

The Marx Brothers in “Cocoanuts” (1929)





oldshowbiz:

The Marx Brothers

oldshowbiz:

The Marx Brothers





themarxbrotherssource:

Groucho Marx, Danny Kaye, and Charlie Chaplin in the 1970’s.
Groucho said that Chaplin had told him, “‘Stay warm,’ I had no idea what the hell he was talking about. Then I realized he meant that when I got older I’d get colder.” This sounds like a joke, right? In Raised Eyebrows, written by Groucho’s secretary for the latter part of his life, Steve Stoliar, said that when Groucho told him this, Groucho reached out and grabbed his arm, and Steve realized that he knew what Charlie meant; Groucho’s hand was ice cold.

themarxbrotherssource:

Groucho Marx, Danny Kaye, and Charlie Chaplin in the 1970’s.

Groucho said that Chaplin had told him, “‘Stay warm,’ I had no idea what the hell he was talking about. Then I realized he meant that when I got older I’d get colder.” This sounds like a joke, right? In Raised Eyebrows, written by Groucho’s secretary for the latter part of his life, Steve Stoliar, said that when Groucho told him this, Groucho reached out and grabbed his arm, and Steve realized that he knew what Charlie meant; Groucho’s hand was ice cold.



themarxbrotherssource:

Groucho Marx

themarxbrotherssource:

Groucho Marx