In 1959, he starred with his brother Chico in an unsold comedy series pilot titled, "The Deputy Seraph."
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5' 5½" (1.66 m)
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But I guess that's the way it is. When you lose something irreplaceable, you don't mourn for the thing you lost. you mourn for yourself.
gave this reason for Harpo's silence: Once, while playing a theater in Winnipeg, Manitoba, during a vaudeville tour, The Marx Brothers
had a disagreement with the theater's manager regarding their pay. At the end of The Marx Brothers
' engagement there, the manager paid them the amount they had demanded...in several large sacks containing the proper amount in the form of pennies, ...
Usually wore a raincoat, beat up top hat and a red wig. Rarely spoke in his roles and never in films with his brothers. He would use pantomime and often had a bike horn to communicate with. He often had a scene where he would play a harp with great skill.