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The Marx Brothers Scrapbook (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – ott 1989

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Book by Marx Groucho Anobile Richard J

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5.0 su 5 stelle every Marx Bros fan should read it 16 settembre 2016
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5.0 su 5 stelle MARX MANIA 12 maggio 2014
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The best biographical book of the Marx Brothers! This is the raunchiest side of Groucho I've ever read. More than just a picture book :)
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5.0 su 5 stelle the marx brothers scrapbook 21 maggio 2011
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We purchased this book for our son in law who lives in California. We had it mailed to us in Missouri with the intentions of forwarding it to him. That was several weeks ago and a big mistake. I cannot get my husband to put this book down. He reads it, laughs aloud, points out paragraphs for me to see, makes comments like "I never knew this about the Marx family...". I believe I am going to have to order another for him for Father's Day.

In the meantime, if our son in law happens to read this, I swear I'll sneak this book to the Post Office this coming week.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Marx Maddness! 31 maggio 2000
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The Marx Brothers were arguably the greatest comic act of the century and 'The Marx Brothers Scrapbook' brings the heart and soul of the great performers to life. With engaging interviews, hirlarous anecdotes, and moving glimpses into the brother's lives, this book is a must for any die-hard Marx fan. Especially remarkable is the look author Anibole gives us of Groucho in his latter years. Fantastic!
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5.0 su 5 stelle Read what Groucho sued to stop publication of 15 settembre 2001
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In his second book on the Marx Brothers (the first being 1971's "Why A Duck?") Richard J. Anobile conducted lengthy interviews with Groucho, Gummo, Zeppo, Harpo's widow Susan, and Jack Benny, among others. Most of the book is Groucho speaking, and his recollections are fascinating and brutally honest. Frequently the eighty-two-year old comedy giant lashes out at the twenty-six-year old Anobile: "Fifty years ago! How the hell am I supposed to remember what I did fifty years ago?" Gummo is pleasant and cooperative, more so than Zeppo, who was no doubt squirming about that card game that was getting away. Susan Marx is blunt about Groucho's caustic tongue and Chico's gambling. Groucho's four-letter words, which are in abundance, found their way into the final print and Groucho sued for $15,000,000.00 to stop publication. This was settled in Anobile's favor as Groucho signed all the releases. Steve Stoliar, a college student who worked for Groucho and helped get "Animal Crackers" re-released, says he doesn't doubt Groucho used that language, but never thought that Anobile would include it. Son Arthur Marx attributed it to his father's advanced age. This can't be recommended enough for Marx Brothers fans; it's a treasure trove of information, tidbits, and gossip.

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