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Birth Name: Harpo Marx
Born: 11/21/1888
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA
Death Place: Hollywood, California, USA
Died: 09/28/1964

The brothers first gained national attention in the revue "I'll Say She Is" (1923-1925). Their long-running hit "The Cocoanuts" (1925-28), with script by George S. Kaufman and music by Irving Berlin, assured the brothers' stardom (by this time, Gummo had left the act and been replaced by Zeppo). On the strength of their next Broadway hit, "Animal Crackers" (1928-1929), the team was signed to a five-picture contract by Paramount. Although the limitations of early sound technology forced the Marxes to subdue their energetic comedy style and penchant for improvisation, the movie public flocked to "The Cocoanuts" (1929) and "Animal Crackers" (1930).

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Latest Tracks:
Tea For Two
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Tea For Two
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Tea For Two
On: Music Encyclopedia Of Movie Hits
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Harpo Speaks
On: The Golden Age Of American Comedy
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Harpo Marx At The Stage Door Canteen
On: Stage Door Canteen (O.S.T - 1943)
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Popular Television:
1961 DuPont Show of the Week
1960 June Allyson Show
1959 DuPont Show With June Allyson
1957 DuPont Show of the Month
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