(February 24 to March 7, 1942) He played the Prop Man in George Cochran Hazelton and J.H. Benrimo's play, "The Yellow Jacket," at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California with Bert Wayne Morris in the cast. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. T.B. Henry was director. Bobker Ben Ali was also director. Betty Flint was ...
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If things get too much for you and you feel the whole world's against you, go stand on your head. If you can think of anything crazier to do, do it.
Although it is popularly believed that Harpo never spoke on film, he is faintly heard in the newsreel footage during the premiere of MGM's The Great Ziegfeld
(1936). He approaches the microphone without his wig and make-up and says to Joe Schenk just out of range of the mic: "You gotta do the talkin'." (in a very thick New York City accent) Harpo leans in to the mic after Schenk finishes speaking...
In the Paramount films, his coat carried an infinite variety of items for whatever need whether it was a blowtorch for lighting cigarettes, a sword and fish for a speak-easy password, a candle burning at both ends, etc.