Groucho was on the cover of Newsweek on this day in 1950.
Groucho was honored at the Cannes Film Festival in France on this day in 1972.
The Three Marx Brothers and Company finished their week in Fun in Hi Skool at the Majestic Theatre in St. Paul, Minnesota on this day in 1911.
Sixteen-year-old Julius Marx, his brother Milton and Mabel O’Donnell debuted as Ned Wayburn’s Nighingales at Blaney’s Lincoln Square Theatre in New York City on this day in 1907.
Groucho’s brother Harpo appeared on You Bet Your Life to promote his book Harpo Speaks! on this day in 1961.
A Night in Casablanca, the Marx Brothers’ twelfth film, premiered on this day in 1946.
The Four Marx Brothers opened in On the Mezzanine Floor at Keith’s Bushwick Theatre in Brooklyn, New York on this day in 1921.
Groucho hosted the 17th Annual Obie Awards at the Village Gate in New York City on this day in 1972.
The Marx Brothers in Scenes from A Night at the Opera finished a week at the Paramount Theatre in Portland, Oregon on this day in 1935.
Groucho brought his one man show, An Evening with Groucho to New York’s Carnegie Hall on this day in 1972.