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Groucho Marx

Comic, Actor (2-Oct-1890 — 19-Aug-1977)

SUBJECT OF BOOKS


Hector Arce. Groucho: The Authorized Biography. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1979. 541pp.

Charlotte Chandler. Hello, I Must Be Going: Groucho & His Friends. New York: Doubleday & Co.. 1978. 568pp.

Robert Dwan. As Long As They're Laughing: Groucho Marx and You Bet Your Life. Midnight Marquee Press. 2000. 256pp.

Dominique Enright. The World According to Groucho Marx. Michael O'Mara. 2003. 162pp.

Wes D. Gehring. Groucho and W. C. Fields: Huckster Comedians. Jackson, MS: University of Mississippi Press. 1994. 196pp.

Stefan Kanfer. Groucho: The Life and Times of Julius Henry Marx. Westminister, MD: Alfred A. Knopf Inc.. 2000.

Paul Krassner. My Acid Trip With Groucho Marx. New York: Blue Angel. 1982. 17pp.

Arthur Marx. Son of Groucho. David McKay. 1972. 357pp.

Arthur Marx. Life With Groucho. New York: Simon & Schuster. 1954. 310pp.

Groucho Marx. The Groucho Letters: Letters From and To Groucho Marx. New York: Simon & Schuster. 1967. 320pp.

Groucho Marx. Groucho and Me: The Autobiography of Groucho Marx. New York: Bernard Geis. 1959.

Groucho Marx; with Hector Arce. The Groucho Phile: An Illustrated Life. Bobbs-Merrill. 1976. 384pp.

Groucho Marx. Many Happy Returns! An Unofficial Guide to Your Income Tax Problems by Groucho Marx, T.P., L.B. (Tax-Payer, Lower Brackets). New York: Simon & Schuster. 1942. "Started out as a serious novel. Sand kept flying into Mr. Marx's typewriter and to his surprise he discovered that the finished manuscript was a book on the income tax."

Groucho Marx. Memoirs of a Mangy Lover. New York: Bernard Geis Associates. 1963. 212pp.

Sally Pressley-Rippingale; John E. Ballow. The Secret Word Is Groucho: Groucho Marx. Dorrance Publishing Company. 1992. 208pp.

Steve Stoliar. Raised Eyebrows: My Years Inside Groucho's House. Los Angeles, CA: General Publishing Group. 1996. 288pp.


AUTHORITIES

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  1. NNDB [link]

  2. Internet Movie Database [link]

  3. Internet Broadway Database [link]

  4. Wikipedia [link]

  5. Library of Congress Name Authority [link]

  6. Webster's American Biographies (p.694)

  7. The Film Encyclopedia, 5th Edition (p.938)

  8. Cassell Companion to Cinema (p.363)

  9. Quinlan's Illustrated Registry of Film Stars (p.307)

  10. Chambers Film and TV Handbook (p.216)

  11. The Encyclopedia of Film (pp.358-359)

  12. The Encyclopedia of Hollywood (pp.268-70)

  13. The New Biographical Dictionary of Film (pp.569-71)

  14. Les Brown's Encyclopedia of Television (p.339)

  15. Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography (p.477)

  16. The Encyclopedia of Television (vol.2, pp.1006-08)

  17. St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture (vol.3, p.288)

  18. The New York Times Encyclopedia of Television (p.263)

  19. The World Almanac Biographical Dictionary (p.335)

  20. Encyclopedia of American Biography (p.753)




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