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  1. Did our love affair with cars take a wrong turn?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    ... We Roll Along," was promoted by DuPont as "the story of America's love affair with the automobile." In it, Groucho Marx recounted that history to millions of Americans with a curious metaphor - the driver as the man and the car as the new girl in ...

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  2. Did our love affair with cars take a wrong turn?Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    ... We Roll Along," was promoted by DuPont as "the story of America's love affair with the automobile." In it, Groucho Marx recounted that history to millions of Americans with a curious metaphor - the driver as the man and the car as the new girl in ...

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  3. Free Fun in Austin for March 30 to April 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KXAN-TV Austin

    In celebration of its 100th birthday, the Paramount is proud to invite the Austin community to attend a FREE 80th Anniversary screening of The Marx Brothers' most beloved film, A Night at the Opera, on glorious 35mm. Bring the whole family and pay tribute to a century of entertainment with a free night of madcap comedy the way it was meant to be seen! Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress Avenue, Austin.

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  4. The hot duo from 'The Hot Spot': An interview with Frank Ferrante and Dreya WeberRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Seattle Gay News

    ... each other. Frank has been seen in Seattle (and around the world) performing his one-man show about Groucho Marx, and Dreya is responsible for some of the best aerial choreography Cher, Madonna, or Pink has ever presented in one of their Pop Concert ...

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  5. Harvard news reviewRead the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | InteliHealth

    ... an 80th birthday was an uncommon event. I remember watching the 1950s TV show You Bet Your Life with Groucho Marx. On one of his shows, Groucho had an 81-year-old male contestant. The man received resounding applause just for being alive. Fast ...

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  6. BWW Reviews: Michael Feinstein Takes Audience Over the Rainbow with...Read the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | BroadwayWorld.com

    ... His rendition, though not pixilated, was aptly hesitant, curious, and confused. Later, after a film glimpse of Groucho Marx in At the Circus , Gets duets the iconic "Lydia the Tattooed Lady" with Feinstein (composer, Harold Arlen ): "On her back is ...

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  7. Re: Brilliant IdeaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 21 | EETimes

    ... I know you're slow here." Life and art imitate each other: From A Night at the Opera (1935): Otis B. Driftwood (Groucho Marx) : Two beers, bartender! Fiorello (Chico Marx) : I'll take two beers, too. From Bullets Over Broadway (1994): Helen Sinclair ...

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  8. David wrote: It always amazes me that some people turn aggressive...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 21 | EETimes

    ... I know you're slow here." Life and art imitate each other: From A Night at the Opera (1935): Otis B. Driftwood (Groucho Marx) : Two beers, bartender! Fiorello (Chico Marx) : I'll take two beers, too. From Bullets Over Broadway (1994): Helen Sinclair ...

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  9. David AshtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | EETimes

    ... I know you're slow here." Life and art imitate each other: From A Night at the Opera (1935): Otis B. Driftwood (Groucho Marx) : Two beers, bartender! Fiorello (Chico Marx) : I'll take two beers, too. From Bullets Over Broadway (1994): Helen Sinclair ...

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  10. betajet Stargzer wrote: "And I'll have two Pabsts, 'cause I know...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | EETimes

    ... I know you're slow here." Life and art imitate each other: From A Night at the Opera (1935): Otis B. Driftwood (Groucho Marx) : Two beers, bartender! Fiorello (Chico Marx) : I'll take two beers, too. From Bullets Over Broadway (1994): Helen Sinclair ...

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  11. Re: Brilliant IdeaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | EETimes

    ... I know you're slow here." Life and art imitate each other: From A Night at the Opera (1935): Otis B. Driftwood (Groucho Marx) : Two beers, bartender! Fiorello (Chico Marx) : I'll take two beers, too. From Bullets Over Broadway (1994): Helen Sinclair ...

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  12. Yale Rep presents 'Caucasian Chalk Circle'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Greenwich Citizen

    Bertolt Brecht wrote his black comedy about endless civil war -- "The Caucasian Chalk Circle" -- more than 70 years ago while he was living in exile from Germany in the United States. The play's vision of seemingly pointless violent strife, vast gulfs between the rich and the poor and gallows humor being one of the few survival mechanisms of the oppressed is still all too relevant.

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  13. Book Review: The Annotated Marx BrothersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | Examiner.com

    Sub-titled "A Filmgoer's Guide to In-Jokes, Obscure References and Sly Details," Matthew Coniam's new book on the Marx Brothers films adds much to the already existing scholarship on their work. The Marx Brothers enjoyed a massive resurgence of popularity during the late 1960s and early 1970s, with only Groucho still around to take bows for their classic comedies of 1929-1949.

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  14. Can we trust Obama on Iran?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | The Hill

    ... Syria with military action if it did not eliminate its chemical weapons, Obama should have taken a page out of Groucho Marx's script in "Duck Soup" and told Assad and Putin that even though they fully complied with our demands to remove the chemical ...

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  15. Double the Entendre, Double the Fun on "Frank 'n' George"Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 9 | KCSB-FM Santa Barbara

    "Love flies out the door when money comes innuendo," or so said Groucho Marx in Monkey Business . And since we've done a couple of weeks of love as a theme this quarter, and it's almost the end of the quarter, we're left with innuendo as this week's theme.

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  16. Right From Wrong: A bleak picture of Western illusionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 8 | Jerusalem Post

    One should trust what he sees, unless provided with proof that what he thinks he is witnessing is an illusion. US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif at nuclear negotiations in Montreux, Switzerland.

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  17. The Marx Brothers' Duck Soup and the rest of Leo McCarey's best filmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 8 | Chicago Reader

    For the past few weeks, the Music Box has been running a special weekend matinee series dedicated to the Marx Brothers. This weekend it's screening the great Duck Soup , which is not only their best film but also one of director Leo McCarey's finest comedic displays.

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  18. Clayton Valley Charter High School's Director of Administrative Services ResignsRead the original story

    Friday Mar 6 | ClayCord.com

    They need to for crack, meth, marijuanna Senile Drivers on meds and warrants. Popo: Have you been drinking tonight sir? Uncle Fred: No sir, I Did it! Won the coveted "Next to Last" award for last week! On the AstroTurf door mat leading up to the back door, I was Hard to get a job if the only experience you have is in theft and burglary, wait they could go into politic.

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  19. Horse FeathersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Denver Westword

    In 1932, the Marx Brothers released one of their classics, a movie called Horse Feathers. The music of the Portland, Oregon, group of the same name may not possess the inspired zaniness and slapstick of the Marx Brothers, but the band's earnest pastoral sound could have been created long ago on non-electrical instruments.

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  20. Congressional Republicans Are All a Bunch of MarxistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | Daily Kos

    In the 2014 midterm elections, Republicans from Maine to Arizona promised on a stack of Good News Bibles that when -- not if -- they took over the Senate, things would be different. They would work from dawn to dusk and then some in order to make things right.

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