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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In the movie, Groucho and Chico are agents negotiating a contract for a performance by a famous opera singer, without naming the singer (each believes he is negotiating for a different singer).
River Edge, NJ, April 07, 2018 --(PR.com)-- "Groucho, Chico, and Harpo--the Marx Brothers were one of a kind," states author, Luis Anthony Gonzalez.
Firefly (Groucho), pretends to be Firefly's reflection, imitating his gestures across the frame of a missing mirror.
Look out Margaret Dumont, hell's other source of matchless fury is a comic scorned, especially one named Groucho Marx.
And a dog with similar Groucho Marxstyle markings also seems to have been given paws for thought.
GROUCHO: Well, it's something your parents should have discussed with you.
In Neil Patrick's Instagram post last weekend, the fabulous foursome was in a festive, trick-or-treating mood-as Marilyn Monroe (Harper Grace), Groucho Marx (Neil), Charlie Chaplin (David) and James Dean (Gideon Scott).
That's Me, Groucho!: The Solo Career of Groucho Marx
Groucho Marx famously said: "Those are my principles and if you don't like them, well I have others".
The two went out together on April 8 to the Groucho club in London, with Morgan sharing a photograph of him smoking a cigar and Reid drinking a glass of wine.
When we think of Groucho Marx, we think of a giant of comedy.
Drunken folklore is on tap at Groucho, from a Moby and Mick Jagger duet Clash cover with backup vocals provided by Coldplay and New Order, to a night in 1995 when artist Damien Hirst, after being awarded the Turner Prize, reportedly handed over his 20,000 [pounds sterling] award and instructed the bartender to open a tab, and let him know when it ran out.