Groucho Marx sings Father's Day, 1951.
Groucho Marx sings a song from his childhood about fathers.
Groucho Marx's dark humor at it's finest.
The late, great Phyllis Diller was an aspiring young comic when she appeared on You Bet Your Life in 1958. Groucho thought she was very funny, and the appearance proved to be a big boost to her career.
Racy moments from Groucho's quiz show that couldn't be broadcast. They were compiled into "stag reels" for the annual sponsors' conventions. This reel is taken from shows filmed in 1955-1956.
Groucho Marx shows up for a few seconds in the Bing Crosby movie Mr. Music (1950). He tries to talk to Bing, but he's a little distracted. A bit later in the picture Bing and Groucho do a number called "Life Is So Peculiar," which can be found elsewhere on youtube. Like here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMCV8hgnE2Y :)
Racy moments from Groucho's quiz show that couldn't be broadcast. They were compiled into "stag reels" for the annual sponsors' conventions. This is part two of a reel taken from shows filmed in 1950-1952.
As a guest of Dick Cavett, here are a pair of Groucho Marx classics for you to rehearse and perform for your pater familias tomorrow: "Everybody Works But Father" and Father's Day.
His last television appearance just happens to be an interview with Bill Cosby.
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Introduced by Alan King, with yuks about Don Rickles, Groucho rips Johnny a couple of good ones in this celebrity roast.
Ernie Kovacs matches wits with Groucho Marx on You Bet Your Life, March 31, 1958.
Truman Capote and Groucho Marx on The Dick Cavett Show, May 25, 1971.
There's also another guy, but he doesn't talk much. May 25, 1971.
Groucho and Chico in this short segment from "A Night at the Opera".
Groucho, as the agent and Chico as the manager go through all of the clauses in the contract and rip out every one that they don't like. And when they get to the end...