(March 23, 1930 to March 30, 1930) He acted in the play, "Animal Crackers," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Zeppo Marx, Chico Marx and Groucho Marx in the cast.
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[describing how he was once thrown out of a New York brothel in the 1920s]: One night I'm playing the harp at this local brothel bar when I felt sick and I practically keeled off the stool. And the Madame says: "Get that son-of-a-bitch back on that stool and play! I've got customers here." So a minute later... again I fell off the stool. She said: "What the hell is the matter with him?" to one of...
Once crashed a Hollywood costume party at the home of Marion Davies
, dressed as Kaiser Wilhelm II
. He had to hitchhike to get home and ended up being arrested by Beverly Hills police on charges of vagrancy, illegal entry, escaping from jail in Gloversville, New York, impersonating Kaiser Wilhelm II
, and impersonating Harpo Marx.
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.