Jack is a womanizer, but settles down with Faith. When the marriage falls apart due to Jack's desire for women, he gets shared custody of his son. Living with his son, slowly things in the mind of Jack are changing.
Andrew J. Ferchland
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
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
An excellent little gem! May be difficult to find. I believe it was originally an original HBO production. Gabe Kaplan does a gret Groucho Marx in this touching biography of one of the funniest men to ever live. Some great little know facts about Groucho and his brothers are also provided.
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