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Radio: Starred with his brother, Chico Marx, in the show, "Flywheel, Shyster and Flywheel".

(1929) Book, with Arthur Sheekman: "Beds"

Book: "Many Happy Returns."

(1948) Stage: Appeared in / co-wrote (w/Norman Krasna, also director) "Time for Elizabeth" on Broadway. Comedy. Fulton Theatre: 27 Sep 1948-2 Oct 1948 (8 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander, John L. Arthur (as "Harrison Ogelthorpe"; final Broadway role), Leila Bliss (as "Lily Schaeffer"), Harlan Briggs, Sheila Bromley, Edward Clark (as "George Zwilling"), Russell Hicks (as "Walter P. Schaeffer"), Dick Hogan (as "Richard Coburn"), Ottilie Kruger, Otto Kruger (as "Ed Davis"), Eleanor Lawson, Theresa Lyon (as "Amy Zwilling"), Leonard Mudie (as "Mr. McPherson"), Kenneth Patterson (as "Mr. Robinson"). Produced by Russell Lewis and Howard Young.

(1966) Print ad: Smirnoff vodka

(1932) Print ad: Real Silk socks

(3/26/70-5/30/70) Stage: Production Consultant for "Minnie's Boys" on Broaday. Musical. Co-written by Arthur Marx. Imperial Theatre, New York City. Ran for 80 performances. NOTE: Zhe story was about the life of The Marx Brothers.

(1967) Unsold pilot: Starred in a sitcom pilot called "Rhubarb" based on the novel of the same name by H. Allen Smith, about a cat that owns a baseball team.

CD: "Here's Groucho" (USP)

(1930) Stage: Cowrote sketches for and appeared in "Three's a Crowd' on Broadway. Musical revue. Selwyn Theatre: 15 Oct 1930-Jun 1931 (closing date unknown/272 performances).

(1925) Stage: Appeared (as "Henry W. Scholemmer") in "The Cocoanuts" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music / lyrics by Irving Berlin. Book by George S. Kaufman. Additional text by Morrie Ryskind. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Frank Tours, Maurice De Packh, Stephen Jones and Louis Katzman. Scenic Design by Woodman Thompson. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire. Musical Staging by Sammy Lee. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Lyric Theatre: 8 Dec 1925-7 Aug 1926 (276 performances). Cast: Chico Marx (as "Willie the Wop"), Harpo Marx (as "Silent Sam"), Zeppo Marx (as "Jamison"), Jack Barker, The Breens (as "Specialty"), Lehman Byck, Grace Carroll, Kitty Clay, Beatrice Coniff, Ted Daniels, Billie Davis, Eugene Day, Antonio de Marco, Nina De Marco, Billy De Wolfe, Margaret Dumont (as "Mrs. Potter"), Xela Edwards, Roberta Haines, Georgie Hale (as "Eddie"), Rella Harrison, Madeline Janis, Peggy Jones, Mildred Kelly, Evelyn Kermin, Charles Knowlton, Andre Lapue, Maude Lydiate, Lionel Maclyn, Frances Mallory, Liane Mamet, Philip Mann, Juan Marlow, Maxine Marshall, Helen Martin, Mat Matus, Virginia McCune, Adele McHatton, Nesha Medwin, Eleanor Meeker, Bonnie Murray, Marjorie Murray, Hazel Patterson, Jessie Payne, Elsie Pedrick, Gladys Pender, Nancy Phillips, Florence Regan, Jerome Robertson, Maxine Robinson, Basil Ruysdael, Bernice Speer, Hazel Stille, Sybil Stuart, Janet Velie, Jerry White, Henry Whittemore, Beryle Williams, Billie Williams, Frances Williams, Mabel Withee. Produced by Sam Harris. NOTE: Filmed as The Cocoanuts (1929).

(10/23/18)-4/6/29) Stage: Appeared (as "Capt. Spalding") in "Animal Crackers" on Broadway. Directed by Oscar Eagle. 44th Street Theatre; 191 performances.

(1927) Stage: Appeared in "The Cocoanuts" on Broadway. Musical comedy (revival). Music/lyrics by Irving Berlin. Additional text by Morrie Ryskind. Musical Director: Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Frank Tours, Maurice De Packh, Stephen Jones and Louis Katzman. Scenic Design by Woodman Thompson. Costume Design by Charles Le Maire. Musical Staging by Sammy Lee. Directed by Oscar Eagle. Century Theatre: 16 May 1927-28 May 1927 (16 performances). Cast: Harold Abbey (as "Ensemble"), Jack Barker (as "Robert Adams"), Hazel Barnes (as "Ensemble"), Vivian Bartlett (as "Ensemble"), Anna Bell (as "Ensemble"), Marion Benda (as "Ensemble"), David Breen (as "Eddie"), The Brox Sisters (as "Specialty Act"), Muriel Buck (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Caldwell (as "Ensemble"), Rita Carita (as "Ensemble"), Edna Caton (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Clark (as "Ensemble"), Phyllis Cleveland (as "Polly Potter"), Gertrude Cole (as "Ensemble"), Warren Crosby (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Dumont (as "Mrs. Potter"), Betty Frisby (as "Ensemble"), Fred Greggor (as "Ensemble"), Mildred Hamilton (as "Ensemble"), Lebanon Hoffa (as "Ensemble"), Eleanor Hopkins (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Huff (as "Ensemble"), Dorothy Knight (as "Ensemble"), Rosita Kyle (as "Ensemble"), Lotti Lee (as "Ensemble"), Lucille Lee (as "Ensemble"), Frances Mallory (as "Ensemble"), Philip Mann (as "Ensemble"), Jerry Marlow (as "Ensemble"), Juan Marlow (as "Ensemble"), Chico Marx (as "Willie the Wop"), Groucho Marx (as "Henry W. Schlemmer"), Harpo Marx (as "Silent Sam"), Zeppo Marx (as "Jamison"), Mat Matus (as "Ensemble"), Mary Meys (as "Ensemble"), Verdi Miller (as "Ensemble"), Essie Moore (as "Ensemble"), Crystal Moray (as "Ensemble"), Mary Nesi (as "Ensemble"), Philip Porterfield (as "Ensemble"), Beverly Raynor (as "Ensemble"), Joseph Riley (as "Ensemble"), Jerome Robertson (as "Ensemble"), Basil Ruysdael (as "Hennessey"), Wilfred Shepard (as "Ensemble"), Sybil Steward (as "Ensemble"), Ethel Sweatman (as "Ensemble/The DeMarcos Specialty"), Louise Thompson (as "Ensemble"), Emma Tuerfs (as "Ensemble"), Janet Velie (as "Penelope Martin"), Hazel Vernon (as "Ensemble"), Henry Whittemore Harvey Yates"), Jerry Whyte Ensemble"), Frances Williams (as "Frances Williams"). Produced by Sam Harris. NOTE: Filmed as The Cocoanuts (1929).

(1/26/44) Radio: Appeared on "Orson Welles' Almanac".


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