Groucho’s short-lived TV series Tell it to Groucho debuted on this day in 1962.
Minnie Palmer’s Six Mascots opened a one-week engagement at the American Theatre in Davenport, Iowa on this day in 1910.
Groucho made his final public appearance at the third Hollywood Hall of Fame Film Expo at the Wilshire Hyatt House Hotel on this day in 1977.
The Four Marx Brothers opened a one-week engagement in Home Again at Keith’s Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island on this day in 1917.
Groucho appeared in a rare dramatic role in The Hold Out, which was broadcast on NBC’s General Electric Theatre on this day in 1962.
The Four Marx Brothers opened a one-week engagement in I’ll Say She Is at the Shubert Jefferson Theatre in St. Louis, Missouri on this day in 1924.
The Four Marx Brothers opened a one-week engagemenrt in ‘N’ Everything at Keith’s Colonial Theatre in New York City on this day in 1920.
Groucho was a guest on Art Linkletter’s House Party on this day in 1962.
The Four Marx Brothers opened a one-week engagement in Home Again at the Orpheum Theatre in New Orleans, Louisiana on this day in 1916.
Groucho made a cameo appearance on the NBC televsion series, I Dream of Jeannie on this day in 1967.