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  1. › wiki › Melinda_MarxMelinda Marx - Wikipedia

    Melinda Marx appeared on You Bet Your Life again on June 12–not as a contestant, but as a surprise guest to sing "Witch Doctor". She appeared a fourth time in a 1961 episode with singer/actor Bobby Van as a contestant and sang and danced " Put On A Happy Face " from Bye, Bye Birdie [7] with him on stage.

  2. › wiki › Groucho_MarxGroucho Marx - Wikipedia

    Marx was 54 and Kay was 21 at the time of their marriage. They had a daughter, Melinda Marx. His third wife was actress Eden Hartford (m. 1954–1969). He was 64 and she was 24 at the time of their wedding. During the early 1950s, Marx described his perfect woman: "Someone who looks like Marilyn Monroe and talks like George S. Kaufman."

  3. El serial radiofónico perdido de los hermanos Marx (Barcelona: Tusquets editores, 1999) Marx falleció el 19 de agosto de 1977 en Los Ángeles a causa de una neumonía , dejando atrás tres exesposas, Ruth, Kay y Eden, tres hijos ( Arthur , que fue exitoso guionista y escritor de biografías; Miriam y Melinda), 18 películas —14 de ellas junto a sus hermanos— y millones de admiradores.

  4. › wiki › Minnie_MarxMinnie Marx - Wikipedia

    Minnie Marx (born Miene Schönberg, 9 November 1864 – 13 September 1929) was the mother and manager of the Marx Brothers, a family of vaudevillains, Broadway and film actors and was also the sister of comedian and vaudeville star Al Shean

  5. Groucho Marx (geboren 2. Oktober 1890 als Julius Henry Marx in New York ; gestorben 19. August 1977 in Los Angeles ) war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler und Entertainer .

  6. › wiki › Sam_MarxSam Marx - Wikipedia

    Samuel Marx (born Simon Marx; October 23, 1859 – May 10, 1933) was the father of American entertainment group (the) Marx Brothers, stars of vaudeville, Broadway and film, and the husband of Minnie Marx, who served as the group's manager.

  7. › wiki › Arthur_MarxArthur Marx - Wikipedia

    Melinda Marx (half-sister) Arthur Julius Marx (July 21, 1921 – April 14, 2011) was an American writer, the son of entertainer Groucho Marx and his first wife, Ruth Johnson. [2] He was named after his father's older brother Arthur "Harpo" Marx .