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Fri Mar 21 17:03:16 2014 UTClccn-n790604990.13Groucho Marx, king of the jungle /0.220.37Groucho and W.C. Fields Huckster comedians /120720626Groucho_Marxn 79060499293528Bracia Marx.Groucho 1890-1977Marx, bracia.Marx Brothers.Marx, GrouchoMarx, Groucho, 1890-1977Marx, Julius.Marx, Julius 1890-1977Marx, Julius H., 1890-1977Marx, Julius H., 1891-1977Marx, Julius Henry.Marx, Julius Henry, 1890-1977マルクス, グルーチョlccn-n82033052Marx Brothersprfactlccn-n82028187Marx, Harpo1888-1964othprfactlccn-n80073739Marx, Chico1887-1961othcstprfactlccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)lccn-n87911844Marx, Zeppo1901-1979prfactlccn-n80015727Metro-Goldwyn-Mayerlccn-n85106021Ryskind, Morrie1895-1985sceauslccn-n85151535Wood, Sam1883-1949proprfflmdrtedtlccn-n50034751Goulart, Ron1933-lccn-n79063710Kaufman, George S.(George Simon)1889-1961sceauscmpMarx, Groucho1890-1977DramaBiographyFilm adaptationsRecords and correspondenceInterviewsFictionComedy filmsAnecdotesCaricatures and cartoonsTelevision comediesMarx, Groucho,ComediansUnited StatesMotion picture actors and actressesMarx BrothersMan-woman relationshipsOperaFields, W. C.--(William Claude),California--Los Angeles--HollywoodRich peopleHorse racing--BettingMedical dramaMarx, Arthur,College presidentsExplorersPresidentsSpiesMarx, Chico,Marx, Harpo,Marx, Zeppo,Marx, Gummo,Morocco--CasablancaNazisHotelkeepersHotelsEntertainersDepartment storesUnited States, WestTheater--FinanceYou bet your life (Television program)TheaterNew York (State)--New York--BroadwayThievesCalifornia--Los AngelesCollege studentsFootballMotion picture industryBodyguardsGangstersDictatorsImaginary wars and battlesKaufman, George S.--(George Simon),Detective and mystery storiesTelevision comediesRadio broadcastingAllen, Miriam Marx,Ryskind, Morrie,ScreenwritersTelevision game showsRadio talk shows1890197719151929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220133295210402026791.4372PN1997ocn727130025ocn056993432ocn056993431ocn056993429ocn056993428ocn056993430ocn020078480ocn037957237ocn012733658ocn045536833ocn028259615ocn006188329ocn031185426ocn009143169ocn004530502ocn005330114ocn029215047ocn016864255ocn179878907ocn008739190ocn037529257ocn049250730ocn263996866ocn050714602ocn075430580ocn743109463ocn742919963ocn700932693ocn700944999ocn742835715ocn221422590ocn232652579ocn232139865178544ocn055012808visu19350.22Wood, SamA night at the operaDramaGroucho's outrageous business schemes bring Milan's finest opera stars to New York, with some unexpected stowaways on board--Harpo and Chico. The three of them create a near-riot on the ship, a scandal in New York, and an evening of insanity in the concert hall that the opera world will never forget+-+4685425425112520ocn000751062book19730.24Marx, GrouchoThe Marx Bros. scrapbookBiography103917ocn055012796visu19370.20Wood, SamA day at the racesDramaDoctor Hackenbush, Tony, and Stuffy try and save Judy's farm by winning a big horse race. The doctor runs into some problems. The doctor runs a high priced clinic for the well-off who do not have a clue that he has a degree in Veterinary Medicine+-+6699434696324100640ocn727130025visu19330.23Marx BrothersDuck soupFictionDramaAs Prime Minister Firefly of Freedonia, Groucho soon reduces the kingdom to shambles. Harpo and Chico are secret agents disguised as peanut vendors and Zeppo is Firefly's secretary+-+747753300632498413ocn056091609visu20040.23The Marx BrothersFictionDrama"Duck soup": To rescue the small country of Freedonia from bankruptcy, Mrs Teasdale agrees to donate 20 million dollars if Rufus T. Firefly is appointed its new president. "Horse feathers": Professor Quincy Wagstaff has just been installed as the new president of Huxley College. "Monkey business": While stowing away on a ship to America, the boys get involuntarily pressed into service as toughs for a pair of feuding gangsters. "Animal crackers": Captain Spaulding, the noted explorer, returns from Africa and attends a gala party held by Mrs. Rittenhouse. "The cocoanuts": Mr. Hammer runs a bankrupt hotel in Florida, where he will try anything to make money+-+468542542578323ocn055012809visu19460.20Mayo, Archie LA night in CasablancaDramaComedy filmsThe Marx Brothers are in another comedy that has them ferret out Nazi spies in a Casablanca hotel72131ocn056993429visu19300.22Heerman, VictorAnimal crackersFictionDramaFilm adaptationsHooray for Captain Spaulding! Animal crackers is a classic of screen history and as uproariously funny today as it was 50 years ago. Highlights include Groucho's African lecture and the card game which Harpo and Chico play with the wealthy society woman Mrs. Rittenhouse+-+689653300632464322ocn055216005visu19380.20Seiter, William ARoom serviceDramaFilm adaptationsRoom Service: A cash-strapped theatrical troup tries to find a backer and keep from being thrown out of their hotel. At the Circus: The brothers try to keep the cash-strapped circus running by finding a backer62328ocn056993431visu19320.21McLeod, Norman ZHorse feathersFictionDramaParody of college life with the fun-loving president of Huxley College wooing a floozie who is secretly trying to rig the big football game between Huxley and archrival Darwin U+-+24855330063246084ocn055119748visu20040.20Go West The big storeDramaIn Go West, it's 1870 and the Marx Brothers are out to get rich in Dead Man's Gulch. In The big store, the brothers reduce an enormous inventory of upscale merchandise into a multilevel disaster as they pursue and evade villains via bicycles, skates, unicycles, broad jumps, shipping chutes, elevator cables, high wires, pole vaults and pseudo-Tarzan chandelier swinging56531ocn056993430visu19310.21McLeod, Norman ZMonkey businessCaricatures and cartoonsDramaRunning from the authorities the Marx Brothers stowaway on a luxury liner where they encounter and become bodyguards for rival gangsters53117ocn056993428visu19290.21Santley, JosephThe cocoanutsDramaFilm adaptationsEarly Marx Brothers comedy with Groucho as a hotel owner, Chico and Harpo as con men and Margaret Dumont as a wealthy matron+-+72955330063244984ocn002206678book19760.21Marx, GrouchoThe secret word is Groucho27619ocn051795264visu19470.20CopacabanaDrama"Groucho, posing as Carmen's agent, forms two acts out of one and both are hired at the Copacabana Club which makes things awkward for Carmen when both are needed at once."2756ocn056091348visu20030.19You bet your lifeDrama"Collects 18 classic episodes in their original, uncut glory."25226ocn060036283visu19540.17Marx, GrouchoThe best of Groucho you bet your lifeTelevision comediesExcerpts from the 1950-61 NBC TV quiz show highlighted by Groucho Marx's banter with contestants2201ocn062869200visu20060.17The Dick Cavett showDramaGreat moments from The Dick Cavett Show of some of the funniest comedians, most of whom Dick had a warm relationship with, such as Groucho Marx, Bob Hope, and Jack Benny20911ocn001473287book19630.27Marx, GrouchoMemoirs of a mangy loverBiographyAnecdotes+-+49566315851991ocn071783443visu20060.19The Dick Cavett showInterviewsGreat moments from 'The Dick Cavett show' of some of Hollywood's greatest stars19219ocn015245902rcrd19700.15Marx, GrouchoYou bet your lifeGroucho is at his sarcastic best as quips fly with lightning speed. Two of the best programs from the radio quiz show You bet your life+-+864866232513832ocn044954549file19940.37Gehring, Wes DGroucho and W.C. Fields Huckster comediansCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+0495460305324138110ocn042717684book20000.21Kanfer, StefanGroucho : the life and times of Julius Henry MarxBiographyA candid portrait of the twentieth century's most memorable comedian traces Groucho's rise to stardom; his famous ego; and his relationships with wives, mistresses, and children+-+236759028512897ocn000330741book19670.23Marx, GrouchoThe Groucho letters; letters from and to Groucho MarxRecords and correspondence+-+K251531585118016ocn000330736book19590.24Marx, GrouchoGroucho and meBiographyThe comedian describes his life, from his childhood in poverty in New York's Lower East Side to his time working in vaudeville to the adventures of the Marx Brothers in Hollywood+-+011153158598214ocn003608756book19780.23Chandler, CharlotteHello, I must be going : Groucho and his friendsBiography+-+97799016967734ocn004056250book19790.24Arce, HectorGrouchoBiography7544ocn044183482book19990.23Louvish, SimonMonkey business : the lives and legends of the Marx Brothers : Groucho, Chico, Harpo, Zeppo, with added GummoBiographyMotion picture plays"First and foremost, this is the saga of a family whose theatrical roots stretch back to mid-19th-century Germany, and whose American debut was prefigured by their maternal uncle, vaudeville pioneer Al Shean. From Julius 'Groucho' Marx's first warblings with the singing Leroy Trio, this book brings to life the vanished world of America's wild and boisterous variety circuits, leading to the Marx Brothers' Broadway successes, and their alliance with New York's theatrical lions, George S. Kaufman and the 'Algonquin Round Table'."--BOOK JACKET+-+27470776856045ocn002317959book19760.22Marx, GrouchoThe Groucho phile : an illustrated lifeBiography5645ocn000533790book19720.25Marx, ArthurSon of GrouchoBiography5204ocn045879655book20010.14Goulart, RonGroucho Marx and the Broadway murdersFictionGroucho Marx and his writer, Frank Denby, can't escape a case that involves a Los Angeles gangster, a beautiful starlet, an attempt on a Hollywood producer's life, and a Broadway play in which murder is the second act+-+53401776854821ocn042882868book20000.23Marx, GrouchoThe essential Groucho : writings by, for, and about Groucho MarxGathered in one volume are samples of Marx's great wit and humor, culled from the scripts of his immortal movie scenes, passages from his books, articles from magazines, ad-libs and quips from "You Bet Your Life", and selected letters, including his classic correspondence with T.S. Elliot+-+K8675202854438ocn057429843book20050.13Goulart, RonGroucho Marx, king of the jungleFictionDetective and mystery storiesFrank Denby and Groucho Marx arrive on the set of the new Ty-Gor film, a Tarzan knockoff, expecting to have Groucho do his humorous walk-on. What they find is that Randy Spellman, the star of the picture, has been murdered+-+K6887724064245ocn000917781book19540.28Marx, ArthurLife with GrouchoBiography+-+80928179454243ocn048544354book20020.14Goulart, RonGroucho Marx, secret agentFiction"It could be said that in this episode Groucho Marx operates as a Hollywood-style Scarlet Pimpernel, with a repertoire of outrageous puns covering the steely, daring life of a counterspy. But, as Groucho might retort, his cover is at the dry cleaner, and, besides,Groucho is not one to hide his light under any bushel (even one of stuffed clams). So he and Frank Denby, his sidekick, scriptwriter, and close friend, set out to uphold their reputation as amateur sleuths by looking into the death of British director Eric Olmstead." -- Jacket+-+K0553776853972ocn041565126book19990.14Goulart, RonElementary, my dear GrouchoFictionIn 1930s Hollywood, comedian Groucho Marx investigates the murder of a Jewish film director. He uncovers a plot by the Nazis, who then come after him, guns blazing. A comic mystery+-+37435776853641ocn039747240book19990.13Goulart, RonGroucho Marx, private eyeFictionIn Hollywood, sleuthing actor Groucho Marx is asked by a singer on his show to clear her mother's name. The woman was wrongfully charged with the murder of a plastic surgeon who dealt in drugs+-+20434676853519ocn026130834book19910.17Marx, ArthurMy life with Groucho : a son's eye viewBiographyThe author shares his memories of his father and provides an overview of Groucho's career, his family life, and the turmoil of his final years+-+29496051353243442ocn037533913book19980.15Goulart, RonGroucho Marx, master detectiveFictionAn actress is killed in Hollywood and police rule her death a suicide. But comedian Groucho Marx, who knew the victim, suspects she was murdered, and as he investigates he uncovers blackmail and police corruption+-+42775575463243384ocn025008269book19920.22Marx, GrouchoLove, Groucho : letters from Groucho Marx to his daughter MiriamRecords and correspondence+-+585663158531915ocn035701277book19630.27Marx, GrouchoMemoirs of a mangy loverBiographyAnecdotes+-+0412531585324+-+4685425425+-+4685425425Fri Mar 21 16:02:43 EDT 2014batch54411