The Three Marx Brothers and Company opened a week at the Pantages Theatre in Sacramento, California in their sketch, Fun in Hi Skule on this day 1911.
Groucho was the first guest on Art Linkletter’s new show The Lid’s Off with Linkletter on this day in 1967.
On this day in 1915, the Five Marx Brothers – the brief addition of Herbert for the summer made them a quintet – opened a three-day stand in Ann Arbor, Michigan in Home Again.
The Four Marx Brothers opened in ‘N’ Everything at the Lyric Theatre in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on this day in 1919.
Ned Wayburn’s Nightingales finished a week at Lakeside Park Casino in Akron, Ohio on this day in 1907.
Groucho was a guest on Dinah Shore’s Birsdeye Open House radio show on this day in 1945.
The Three Marx Brothers became the Four Marx Brothers with the addition of Leonard on this day in 1912 when they opened in their new show Mr. Green’s Reception at the Apollo Theatre in Chicago.
Oscar Levant was Groucho’s guest on the Pabst Blue Ribbon Town radio show on this day in 1943.
The Four Marx Brothers tried out a new show called Bringing Up Father at the Family Theatre in Dixon, Illinois on this day in 1914. It would soon become a smash vaudeville hit under the title Home Again.
The Man of Her Choice – with a cast including fifteen-year-old Julius Marx – opened at Hart’s New Theatre in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on this day in 1906.