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a family of United States comedians consisting of four brothers with an anarchic sense of humor

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Jonathan and Alexandria had been chatting for a while in a Harpo Marx Facebook page which she had created when, in March 2016, he made the bold decision to friend request her.
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Numerous turn-of-the-century buildings are set to be cleared out, including the Surf Hotel, the Grashorn Building, and Henderson Music Hall, where Harpo Marx first performed.
Like Harpo Marx, Rufous can grin at a girl's lapel pin.
But it's a lot more interesting to watch how Harpo Marx does something and see if there's anything you can relate to that in the way you present yourself - but not have it come off as comedy.
But I have choices--I can stick my imperial tongue out at the pricks (with a lisp--how Castilian--how teased), make like my cousin Harpo Marx and go mute--honking at the pretty boys driving down Ashford Avenue, or put my shoulder to the wheel and speak like the real America.
His big apple cheeks and mass of blond curls made him the spitting image of Harpo Marx, yet his baby homeliness was somehow cute.
Doctorow explores the comedy and pathos of Harpo Marx and why he was most children's "favorite" Marx brother.
She had everything beyond ballet technique--personality and humor; she was like a female Harpo Marx.
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Critics, similarly, have compared him both to Buster Keaton and Harpo Marx and to Kurt Schwitters and Martin Kippenberger.
Looking a bit like Harpo Marx with a cap on, Olivera explained how he and a powerful grassroots coalition of unionists and peasants were able to defeat the water privatization scheme of Bechtel, the World Bank, and the Bolivian government in April 2000 by taking to the streets in enormous numbers.
Other characters based on actress Tallulah Bankhead, playwright Noel Coward, and madcap comedian Harpo Marx keep the plot turning and the audience roaring, as seemingly every great and near-great, from Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi (whom Whiteside affectionately calls Booboo) to stars of stage and screen, check in by phone or telegram.
Kaufman and Marc Connelly, actor/comedian Harpo Marx, and journalists Franklin P.
Adams, Marc Connelly, Harold Ross, Harpo Marx, Edna Ferber, and Russel Crouse.