Performed on stage, this (mostly) one-man show gives us the story of Groucho Marx, told in the first person, from his early days in Vaudeville, through his many movie performances, to his later days as a star of radio and television. Written by
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My Mother rented the movie 'cause the guy from welcome back Kotter was in it. What i expected was a cheaply made autobiographical picture about Groucho but instead it was a filmed theatrical show with 2 speaking parts. I was inthrawled from the very beginning.It was both touching and funny I recommend this movie to anyone. Gabe Kaplan makes the role his, after 5 mins you feel like your watching the real Groucho. 10/10
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