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chroniclelive
If James Bond was a woman would the spy be allowed to play Muirfield?really wanted to join they could (there’s no way round this) marry a male membe
If James Bond was a woman would the spy be allowed to play Muirfield?
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
really wanted to join they could (there’s no way round this) marry a male member. I like to think Allis is not one of the Muirfield chosen blokes after taking to heart the Groucho Marx quip ‘I refuse to join any club that would have me as a memb... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Gallery: Mitchell Hewitt, Erin Lavoie win Revelstoke Timber Day 2016our of the Centennial Park grounds during the day. Locals still had their fun,
Gallery: Mitchell Hewitt, Erin Lavoie win Revelstoke Timber Day 2016
Revelstoke Review / Posted 2 days ago
our of the Centennial Park grounds during the day. Locals still had their fun, taking part in events like the axe throw, Groucho Marx and relay race. Lavoie ran away with the women’s competition, winning four of five events. She finished first... Read more
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New Bern Sun Journal
Friendship defined with similar yet different meaningsthem and trust them with absolutely everything. It is two lives that were meant
Friendship defined with similar yet different meanings
New Bern Sun Journal / Posted 2 days ago
them and trust them with absolutely everything. It is two lives that were meant to be shared with each other.My mother says Groucho Marx summed it up best with “When you’re in jail, a good friend will be trying to bail you out. A best friend will be... Read more
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Bleacher Report
FA Cup Final Preview: Does Van Gaal Need a Win to Save His Job?van Gaal took to the microphone to thank Manchester United fans for their "unco
FA Cup Final Preview: Does Van Gaal Need a Win to Save His Job?
Bleacher Report / Posted 2 days ago
van Gaal took to the microphone to thank Manchester United fans for their "unconditional support." It brought to mind the Groucho Marx line: "Next time I see you, remind me not to talk to you." Ryan Giggs looked on wistfully, a walking cheekbone,... Read more
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Philly.com
'The Angry Birds Movie': Weirdly dark for a kids' flicktheir home in an Edenic village on Bird Island. Orphaned before he hatched and
'The Angry Birds Movie': Weirdly dark for a kids' flick
Philly.com / Posted 4 days ago
their home in an Edenic village on Bird Island. Orphaned before he hatched and mocked all his life for his loud, thick, Groucho Marx eyebrows, Red doesn't suffer fools gladly. That's a problem if you live in a village occupied by a guileless... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Pro show returns to Revelstoke Timber Daysaw race, single buck and birling. Locals will be able to register to take par
Pro show returns to Revelstoke Timber Day
Revelstoke Review / Posted 4 days ago
saw race, single buck and birling. Locals will be able to register to take part in the axe throw, relay race and the wild Groucho Marx competition. The obstacle pole bucking sees contestants climb a log that's resting on another one. When they... Read more
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Philly.com
I burned my Democratic voter registration card todaydays, and the experience taught me one thing above all else: That I really, rea
I burned my Democratic voter registration card today
Philly.com / Posted 7 days ago
days, and the experience taught me one thing above all else: That I really, really value my political independence. It was Groucho Marx who once said: "I don't care to belong to any club that will have me as a member." I certainly agree, although... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Citizen Active: 'Bugs Bunny' theory of American politicscomedy films. Cultural historians say that Bugs Bunny himself is part of this
Citizen Active: 'Bugs Bunny' theory of American politics
Brandon Sun / Posted 7 days ago
comedy films. Cultural historians say that Bugs Bunny himself is part of this hilarious tradition. Among these comedians: Groucho Marx, who was performing when Bugs first appeared in the 1930s; to Jerry Seinfeld and Amy Schumer today. And the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Blindly believing in Trumpthey talked friendly. Unity is important, a process. Blah-blah. Will Trump soon
Blindly believing in Trump
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 9 days ago
they talked friendly. Unity is important, a process. Blah-blah. Will Trump soon tweet Ryan trash? To paraphrase Groucho Marx, if you can fake sincerity, you’ve got it made. Trump also met GOP senators. “I’m someone like many who would... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
History's Headlines: The day Heifetz wowed them at Symphony Hallhave been playing the violin since I was 6 years old,” he said. “And before tha
History's Headlines: The day Heifetz wowed them at Symphony Hall
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 9 days ago
have been playing the violin since I was 6 years old,” he said. “And before that you were a bum, right?” quipped comedian Groucho Marx, who was supposedly standing nearby. The violinist was not a stranger to some in the Lehigh Valley. Just five... Read more
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The New Yorker
“The Lobster” Snaps at LoveAccords,” named for the location of a previous adventure. (Why do made-up count
“The Lobster” Snaps at Love
The New Yorker / Posted 11 days ago
Accords,” named for the location of a previous adventure. (Why do made-up countries always sound like somewhere ruled by Groucho Marx?) Iron Man likes the idea, whereas Captain America hates it. You could parse their clash as a grownup debate on... Read more
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Japan Today
Trump's brand of populism: Is he the next Andrew Jackson? Or the next Groucho Marx? ‹ Japan Todayturn out to be another Jackson. Less a politician than a character out of a mov
Trump's brand of populism: Is he the next Andrew Jackson? Or the next Groucho Marx? ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 11 days ago
turn out to be another Jackson. Less a politician than a character out of a movie, he is more likely to turn out to be a brow-furrowed, nasty Groucho Marx—with the American establishment standing in for the opera. (c) Copyright Thomson Reuters 2... Read more
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The Austin Chronicle
God and Comedyis the market rate in a new Austin, "but I didn't want to pay that much for the
God and Comedy
The Austin Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
is the market rate in a new Austin, "but I didn't want to pay that much for the privilege of living here. To paraphrase Groucho Marx, I have nothing but respect for Austin – and very little of that." The film's director, Steven Prince, a... Read more
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The New Yorker
Otto Preminger’s Cinema as Criticismfrom 1968, is one of the most wonderfully strange movies ever made in Hollywood
Otto Preminger’s Cinema as Criticism
The New Yorker / Posted 12 days ago
from 1968, is one of the most wonderfully strange movies ever made in Hollywood. It stars Jackie Gleason, Carol Channing, Groucho Marx, Mickey Rooney, and a host of other brassy old-school entertainers in a comic tale of clashing cultures. Gleason... Read more
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Reuters
Is Donald Trump the next Andrew Jackson? Or the next Groucho Marx?Jackson. Less a politician than a character out of a movie, he is more likely t
Is Donald Trump the next Andrew Jackson? Or the next Groucho Marx?
Reuters / Posted 12 days ago
Jackson. Less a politician than a character out of a movie, he is more likely to turn out to be a brow-furrowed, nasty Groucho Marx -- with the American establishment standing in for the opera. (Neal Gabler is the author of "An Empire of Their... Read more
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Anderson Independent-Mail
The spirits of the hills: Oconee County’s first legal distillery in a century to opena decade ago on 138 acres of rolling apple orchard that was once owned by a gro
The spirits of the hills: Oconee County’s first legal distillery in a century to open
Anderson Independent-Mail / Posted 16 days ago
a decade ago on 138 acres of rolling apple orchard that was once owned by a group that included the late comedic legend Groucho Marx. The Lands still grow apples, peaches, muscadines, blueberries and others fruits. The farm's bistro and... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Editor’s Choice: J.D. McCLATCHY’S ‘SWEET THEFT’was to have a mass audience large enough for his select followers to despise.”
Editor’s Choice: J.D. McCLATCHY’S ‘SWEET THEFT’
The Buffalo News / Posted 17 days ago
was to have a mass audience large enough for his select followers to despise.” Then, on another page entirely, there’s Groucho Marx, explaining his feelings about a particular piece of theater: “I didn’t like the play but then I saw it under... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Costumed character doubles pose for tips with tourists as they live the dream on Hollywood's Walk of Famechocolate mixes with car fumes, popcorn and perfume. A street prophet rants int
Costumed character doubles pose for tips with tourists as they live the dream on Hollywood's Walk of Fame
Los Angeles Times / Posted 17 days ago
chocolate mixes with car fumes, popcorn and perfume. A street prophet rants into a breeze blowing over the starred names of Groucho Marx, Frances Drake and other celebrities, some long dead, others still with us. Before Batman was Batman he was... Read more
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Variety
Kaufman Astoria Studios, NYU Partner on Film School Initiative“Birdman” are among the notable films that have been produced on its stages. “
Kaufman Astoria Studios, NYU Partner on Film School Initiative
Variety / Posted 19 days ago
“Birdman” are among the notable films that have been produced on its stages. “To be able to walk around and see where Groucho Marx made his first films or where W. C. Fields got started and to have the ability to walk on another set and see... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Meet the '6 Dad': how Norm Kelly became the Drake of Toronto politicshe insists, “is all Norm”. For Kelly, the practice is an expression of his sen
Meet the '6 Dad': how Norm Kelly became the Drake of Toronto politics
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 22 days ago
he insists, “is all Norm”. For Kelly, the practice is an expression of his sensibility. “I grew up on Laurel and Hardy, Groucho Marx, Monty Python. To have an outlet for the comic sense I’ve developed over the years really strikes me as... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
The science of making sports safer: Nerds, jocks and speedy dummiesand suspicion between athletes, the "jocks," and academics, the "nerds," is lon
The science of making sports safer: Nerds, jocks and speedy dummies
Chicago Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
and suspicion between athletes, the "jocks," and academics, the "nerds," is longstanding and deep. The irrepressible Groucho Marx captured these conflicting attitudes in the 1932 college satire "Horsefeathers" when, as president of fictional... Read more
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Orange County Register
Train fun, theater and festivals: 15 things to do in Orange County this weekend (April 29-May 1)in An Evening with Groucho” at 4 and 8 p.m. Saturday. Ferrante has received int
Train fun, theater and festivals: 15 things to do in Orange County this weekend (April 29-May 1)
Orange County Register / Posted 24 days ago
in An Evening with Groucho” at 4 and 8 p.m. Saturday. Ferrante has received international acclaim for his portrayal of Groucho Marx in the 90-minute show, which features a young Marx performing his classic one-liners, anecdotes and songs.... Read more
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Beaumont Enterprise
2016 has been a bad year for celebrity deaths but not the worstPeter Sellers, Mae West, Jesse Owens, Bon Scott, Ian Curtis, and John Bonham.
2016 has been a bad year for celebrity deaths but not the worst
Beaumont Enterprise / Posted 24 days ago
Peter Sellers, Mae West, Jesse Owens, Bon Scott, Ian Curtis, and John Bonham. 1977 saw the deaths of Elvis Presley, Groucho Marx, Charlie Chaplin, Joan Crawford, and Bing Crosby. Imagine those motley crews walking up to the pearly gates... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Mayor grilled at breakfast roastneat desk in contrast to his own "busy" desk and concluded who has the most on
Mayor grilled at breakfast roast
Brandon Sun / Posted 26 days ago
neat desk in contrast to his own "busy" desk and concluded who has the most on the go. Chrest ended the evening by saying "Groucho Marx once said, ‘I’ve had a perfectly wonderful evening. Unfortunately this wasn’t it.’" » jaustin@brandonsun.com »... Read more
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examiner.com
Regent Theatre's Centennial 1916-2016jugglers Dan Foley and Joel Harris had the crowd in stitches as they threw thin
Regent Theatre's Centennial 1916-2016
examiner.com / Posted 26 days ago
jugglers Dan Foley and Joel Harris had the crowd in stitches as they threw things at each other while juggling, Jerry Bisantz did a musical reenactment of Groucho Marx, then there was Bob the Magic Guy, Alex the Jester, Busty Keaton, and Chloe Wali... Read more
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Boston Herald
Kasich, Cruz can wave white flags side-by-sideslate clean. With an election on the horizon, values and beliefs are subject to
Kasich, Cruz can wave white flags side-by-side
Boston Herald / Posted 27 days ago
slate clean. With an election on the horizon, values and beliefs are subject to revision and tweaking, don’t you know? As Groucho Marx once quipped, “These are my beliefs, and if you don’t like them I have others.” That may be sparkling comedy,... Read more
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Orange County Register
A look back at the Santa Ana Army Airbasewas broadcast over the NBC network. These broadcasts along with other shows inc
A look back at the Santa Ana Army Airbase
Orange County Register / Posted 28 days ago
was broadcast over the NBC network. These broadcasts along with other shows included Hollywood celebrities Rita Hayworth, Groucho Marx, and Bing Crosby. The Cadet newspaper began its coverage of the base on July 2, 1942 and offered a variety of... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
LESLIE CRISS: With coming of Jake, canine family continues to growyour life.” – Roger A. Caras “Outside of a dog, a book is man’s best friend. I
LESLIE CRISS: With coming of Jake, canine family continues to grow
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 29 days ago
your life.” – Roger A. Caras “Outside of a dog, a book is man’s best friend. Inside of a dog, it’s too dark to read.” – Groucho Marx My dad has recently moved to town and is, hopefully, feeling comfortable in our east Tupelo home. Dad is not... Read more
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examiner.com
Co-owners Richard Stavros and Leland Stein talk 'Regent Theatre Centennial Gala'a terrific tap dance routine from the lovely Legacy Dancers, an impossible Houd
Co-owners Richard Stavros and Leland Stein talk 'Regent Theatre Centennial Gala'
examiner.com / Posted 29 days ago
a terrific tap dance routine from the lovely Legacy Dancers, an impossible Houdini escape from Bob the Magic Guy, and a “Groucho Marx” musical reenactment from actor and singer, Jerry Bisantz. Staff and patrons will be dressed in period attire,... Read more
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The New Yorker
Expletives Not Deletedhave to sell the world, but it’s sort of irrelevant, really.” Iannucci, who of
Expletives Not Deleted
The New Yorker / Posted 29 days ago
have to sell the world, but it’s sort of irrelevant, really.” Iannucci, who often holds his hands behind his back, like Groucho Marx, noted that a television drama might have lingered over the establishing shots: motorcycles, limos, limestone.... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Nothing dry about a life in statisticsand being "the Chancellor's poodle''. One newspaper referred to him as a "mono
Nothing dry about a life in statistics
Otago Daily Times / Posted 30 days ago
and being "the Chancellor's poodle''. One newspaper referred to him as a "monocled Antipodean that looked like a squashed Groucho Marx''. But he had remained unbiased and independent, and retained his sense of humour. He tried to communicate... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
2016 has been a bad year for celebrity deaths but not the worstPeter Sellers, Mae West, Jesse Owens, Bon Scott, Ian Curtis, and John Bonham.
2016 has been a bad year for celebrity deaths but not the worst
Stamford Advocate / Posted 30 days ago
Peter Sellers, Mae West, Jesse Owens, Bon Scott, Ian Curtis, and John Bonham. 1977 saw the deaths of Elvis Presley, Groucho Marx, Charlie Chaplin, Joan Crawford, and Bing Crosby. Imagine those motley crews walking up to the pearly gates... Read more
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Connecticut Post
2016 has been a bad year for celebrity deaths but not the worstPeter Sellers, Mae West, Jesse Owens, Bon Scott, Ian Curtis, and John Bonham.
2016 has been a bad year for celebrity deaths but not the worst
Connecticut Post / Posted 30 days ago
Peter Sellers, Mae West, Jesse Owens, Bon Scott, Ian Curtis, and John Bonham. 1977 saw the deaths of Elvis Presley, Groucho Marx, Charlie Chaplin, Joan Crawford, and Bing Crosby. Imagine those motley crews walking up to the pearly gates... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
2016 has been a bad year for celebrity deaths but not the worstPeter Sellers, Mae West, Jesse Owens, Bon Scott, Ian Curtis, and John Bonham.
2016 has been a bad year for celebrity deaths but not the worst
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 30 days ago
Peter Sellers, Mae West, Jesse Owens, Bon Scott, Ian Curtis, and John Bonham. 1977 saw the deaths of Elvis Presley, Groucho Marx, Charlie Chaplin, Joan Crawford, and Bing Crosby. Imagine those motley crews walking up to the pearly gates... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
98 and still dancing through lifeKorean War started. The Navy almost didn’t take her. “I was a jailbird,” Jeann
98 and still dancing through life
The Arizona Republic / Posted a month ago
Korean War started. The Navy almost didn’t take her. “I was a jailbird,” Jeanne says, moving her eyebrows up and down like Groucho Marx, waiting for me to ask. At the time, it would have been in the 1940s, women weren’t allowed to shoot pool in... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
2016 has been a bad year for celebrity deaths but not the worstPeter Sellers, Mae West, Jesse Owens, Bon Scott, Ian Curtis, and John Bonham.
2016 has been a bad year for celebrity deaths but not the worst
Houston Chronicle / Posted a month ago
Peter Sellers, Mae West, Jesse Owens, Bon Scott, Ian Curtis, and John Bonham. 1977 saw the deaths of Elvis Presley, Groucho Marx, Charlie Chaplin, Joan Crawford, and Bing Crosby. Imagine those motley crews walking up to the pearly gates... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Send In The Clownscandidate. It’s her record that’s laughable…or perhaps it depends on what makes
Send In The Clowns
The Jewish Press / Posted 1 months ago
candidate. It’s her record that’s laughable…or perhaps it depends on what makes you laugh. The comedic model for her is Groucho Marx – his style of snappy backchat, obfuscation, and surreal statements fits perfectly. Interviewer: “Mrs. Clinton,... Read more

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