Go West, the Marx Brothers’ tenth film, premiered on this day in 1940.
Julius Marx’s School Kids began a three-day engagement at the Star Theatre in Elgin, Illinois on this day in 1910. It was the only time the Marx family act was billed in this manner.
Groucho entertained wounded soldiers at the U.S. Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on this day in 1944.
Groucho appeared in an episode of the comedy series, Julia on NBC on this day in 1968.
Groucho delivered a lecture called, Humor from Silent Screen to TV at the University of Oregon in Eugene on this day in 1952.
Groucho began a brief USO Camp Shows Hospital tour at Camp Edwards in Bourne, Massachusetts on this day in 1944.
The Man of Her Choice – featuring sixteen-year-old Julius Marx – played a one-night-stand at Henry’s Opera House in North Baltimore, Ohio on this day in 1906.
Groucho filled in for host Walter O’Keefe on the radio game show Double or Nothing on this day in 1951.
Johanna Schoenberg Schickler – the Marx Brothers’ Aunt Hannah – died on this day in 1954.
On this day in 1913 the Four Marx Brothers performed on a flatbed truck driving through the streets of Denver, Colorado in a benefit for the Craig Colony for Consumptives.