Groucho


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Noun1.Groucho - United States comedian; one of four brothers who made motion pictures together (1890-1977)
Marx Brothers - a family of United States comedians consisting of four brothers with an anarchic sense of humor
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It was Groucho Marx, not Karl Marx, who famously said "These are my principles and if you don't like them well I have others".
Finally, the mice tipped over the full marble jar to get Albert out just as Groucho the cat charged into the playroom
That gave her dad, Groucho, a dilemma - stay with his group and maintain his role as the top ranking male, or leave to look after his little daughter.
And fans weren't impressed that the cancellation came after the lads were out partying at London's Groucho Club until the early hours of Thursday in London following their set at the Mercury Prize.
The young whippersnapper and One Direction heart-throb celebrated his birthday with a night out at the Groucho Club with his sleb friends, including James Corden, Nick Grimshaw and, bizarrely, movie star Jason Statham.
Harry, 18, and model Pixie, 21, were spotted leaving London's Groucho club after celebrating DJ Nick Grimshaw's final Radio 1 evening show before he starts the breakfast slot.
KATE MOSS was in the mood to play at this week's art auction in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust at the Groucho Club.
For those who want to better understand the duo, Groucho in particular and his contributions to theater and comedy, "Groucho Marx" is a compilation not to be overlooked.
The animal, called Groucho, knows seven songs, including 'Jingle Bells' and 'How Much Is That Doggy In The Window'.
It's called democracy and, while allowing for a certain healthy criticism, should not be used like a blunt instrument to attack people whose personal decisions have nothing to do with the economic Derek Creedon prefers Groucho Marx.
The Groucho Marx Show, for some reason, had a seaman from Liverpool and Groucho said "what kind of a place is Liverpool?
Aa"Who are you going to believe," Groucho once asked, "me, or your own eyes?