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The Essential Groucho Marx

Comedian and film actor Groucho Marx (1890–1977) was one of the Marx Brothers. He spent nearly seven decades making people laugh with his snappy one-liners and sharp wit. “He developed the insult into an art form,” The New York Times mused on his death. “And he used the insult, delivered with maniacal glee, to shatter the egos of the pompous  and to plunge his audience into helpless laughter.”
— Text: bio. www.biography.com

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