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  1. Jim Ingraham: The Super Bowl and the Browns have had an extremely...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Chronicle-Telegram

    The Super Bowl is 50 years old. The Browns are 70 years old.Isn't it about time we got these two crazy kids together?How can there have been 50 Super Bowls involving 100 teams over the last half-century, and the Browns have been a no-show in all of them?Is this any way to run a planet?In the last 50 years even the Indians have been to the World ... (more)

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  2. From Groucho Marx to Seinfeld, Jews dominate list of most influential comedyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Jerusalem Post

    ... Hilarity ensues. Duck Soup (1933) In one of the most iconic films of one of the most iconic Jewish comedy acts, Groucho Marx channels the anxiety leading up to World War II through the character of a man who becomes leader of a small nation and then ...

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  3. 'Moon for the Misbegotten' to brighten NH stagesRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | UnionLeader.com

    The skies are illuminated by a newfound sense of hope for two lost souls in Walnut Street Theatre's touring production of "Moon for the Misbegotten."

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  4. 2016 U.S. Politics Envisioned by Groucho MarxRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | OpEdNews

    ... can stand alongside (or even above) the works of Beckett and Ionesco." Mrs. Teasdale (Margaret Dumont) is Groucho Marx' perennial comedy sparring partner. In Duck Soup , she is the wealthy benefactor of Freedonia, a 1933 female equivalent of the ...

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  5. '99 Homes' review: Real estate gets devastatingly personalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | The Baltimore Sun

    Well before 1925, when the Marx Brothers cavorted through a story about the Florida real estate craze in "The Cocoanuts" on Broadway, the Sunshine State real estate explosion became the boom heard around the world. But explosions go both ways, semantically speaking.

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  6. STAGE REVIEWRevealing mashup of the present, pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 31 | Boston.com

    An inventive young playwright with a highly developed sense of irony, Jacobs-Jenkins approaches the subject of race from unexpected and provocative angles. He throws a lot at - and asks a lot of - audiences.

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  7. '99 Homes' review: Real estate gets devastatingly personalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | The Baltimore Sun

    Well before 1925, when the Marx Brothers cavorted through a story about the Florida real estate craze in "The Cocoanuts" on Broadway, the Sunshine State real estate explosion became the boom heard around the world. But explosions go both ways, semantically speaking.

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  8. Upcoming Dali Film Event at the HighRead the original story

    Aug 23, 2010 | Examiner.com

    Dali: The Late Work is currently on display at the High Museum of Art, and as a coordinating film event, " Dali's American Friends: Skeleton Dance and Duck Soup " will be shown on Saturday, August 28 from 8 to 10 p.m. at the Rich Theatre. "Skeleton Dance" is an early Walt Disney film; "Duck Soup" is a Marx Brothers production.

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  9. Red Bank: Mad-Libs 'N Marx on MonmouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Red Bank Green

    Frank Ferrante re-channels the spirit of the one, the only, Groucho Marx back to the Basie, in a Sunday matinee edition of his EVENING WITH GROUCHO. As Frank Ferrante sees it, "We all want to be Groucho to be that wild, irreverent pulverizer of those in power."

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  10. Kindred spirits of Marcel Proust and Groucho MarxRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | The Jewish Journal

    ... this same Jewish Lives series, Lee Siegel credits the comedian with "an archetypal presence in the culture" in "Groucho Marx: The Comedy of Existence" (Yale University Press). The onstage and onscreen antics of the Marx Brothers may sometimes strike ...

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  11. A Quarter Century of Suspect VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 19 | Torontoist

    ... scare film If Footmen Tire You What Will Horses Do? ; Otto Preminger's hippie extravaganza Skidoo , with Groucho Marx smoking pot and Jackie Gleason tripping on acid; the often hilarious, often cringe-inducing documentaries of Nick Broomfield; the ...

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  12. An Evening With GrouchoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 16 | The Madison Courier

    Groucho Marx, a.k.a. actor Frank Ferrante, poses with two fans following Thursday's performance of his one-man show, "An Evening with Groucho," at Hanover College. A California native, Ferrante, 52, was a young boy when he discovered the comedy legend when his father took him to see Marx perform live on stage.

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  13. Theatre Review: Teechers, Gloucester Guildhall 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | This is Gloucestershire

    ... Miss Prime did some eyebrow-raising tricks with two strategically placed footballs, while a set of plastic Groucho Marx glasses, nose and moustache were kept exceptionally busy, making rapid transfers from one character to the next, before ...

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  14. 9 stars who played at Lyric Theatre during its vaudeville heydayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | Alabama Live

    ... The Marx Brothers -- from left, Harpo Marx (1888-1964), Gummo Marx (1892-1977), Chico Marx (1887-1961) and Groucho Marx (1890-1977) -- were born into a family of artists. Their shows combined zany comedy, sharp satire and music. This photo is circa ...

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  15. Editorial: 2016 election is about to get seriousRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 13 | The Star Online

    ... of course, be the Iowa caucuses, that convoluted exercise in democracy that reminds non-political junkies of Groucho Marx's bit from "Duck Soup": "Why, a 4-year-old child could understand this report. (Run out and find me a 4-year-old child. I can't ...

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  16. Editorial: Like it or not, time to get serious about the presidential raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 11 | Burlington Times News

    ... of course, be the Iowa caucuses, that convoluted exercise in democracy that reminds non-political junkies of Groucho Marx's bit from "Duck Soup": "Why, a 4-year-old child could understand this report. (Run out and find me a 4-year-old child. I can't ...

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  17. Time to pay attention to presidential electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 11 | Jacksonville Daily News

    ... of course, be the Iowa caucuses, that convoluted exercise in democracy that reminds non-political junkies of Groucho Marx's bit from "Duck Soup": "Why, a 4-year-old child could understand this report. (Run out and find me a 4-year-old child. I can't ...

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  18. "Money frees you from doing things you dislike"Read the original story

    Sunday Jan 10 | The Big Apple

    ... Bernier and sung by Edythe Wright. Audio provided by Dorothy Emmerich. Entry in progress - B.P. Wikipedia: Groucho Marx Julius Henry "Groucho" Marx (October 2, 1890 - August 19, 1977) was an American comedian and film and television star. He was ...

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  19. Classic film review: 'Soda Squirt'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 10 | Examiner.com

    Unless you are a too-serious student of animated films, there is an excellent chance that you've never heard of Flip the Frog. Created by legendary animator Ub Iwerks, the character starred in a series of 38 one-reelers produced between 1930 and 1933 by the independent Celebrity Pictures and distributed via Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer .

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  20. On the Marx: Groucho's specifically ethnic comedyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 10 | MacLeans

    Sir Julius "Groucho" Marx usually had the biggest role in the films and Broadway shows of the Marx Brothers. The role he usually played was very meaningful to North American Jews: a man who has worked his way up to a prominent position in Gentile society, but can't hide his discomfort with that society.

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