Fratres Marx

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Groucho, Gummo, Minnie (mater), Zeppo, Frenchy (pater), Chico, et Harpo, tempore Fun in Hi Skule, Fratrum Marx actus anni 1913.

Fratres Marx fuerunt fortunati comoediani fraterni qui in vaudevillia, ludis scaenicis, pelliculis, et televisione apparuerunt.

Origo[recensere | fontem recensere]

Fratres Marx, Urbe Novi Eboraci nati, fuerunt filii Iudaeorum advenarum e Germania. Mater, Minnie Schönberg, e Dorno in Frisia Orientali venit; pater, Simon Marrix (recentior Sam Marx appellatus, agnomine autem Francicus), natus est in Alsatia, nunc pars Franciae, et textor laboravit.[1] Familia in parte Yorkvillia in Latere Superiore Orientali Urbis Novi Eboraci habitavit, inter vicinias Hibernianam, Germanam, et Italicam.

Fratres Marx[recensere | fontem recensere]

Fratres fuerunt:

Nomen scaenicum Nomen verum Natus Mortuus Aetas
Manfred Ianuario 1886 17 Iulii 1886 (mortuus infans)
Chico Leonardus 22 Martii 1887 11 Octobris 1961[2] 74
Harpo Adolphus (post 1911: Arturus) 23 Novembris 1888 28 Septembris 1964[3] 75
Groucho Iulius Henricus 2 Octobris 1890 19 Augusti 1977[4] 86
Gummo Milton 23 Octobris 1892 21 Aprilis 1977[5] 84
Zeppo Herbertus 25 Februarii 1901 30 Novembris 1979[6] 78
Fratres Marx, a summa caterva: Chico, Harpo, Groucho, Zeppo, anno 1931.

Pelliculographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Pelliculae in quibus sunt quattuor fratres:

Pelliculae in quibus sunt tres fratres (sine Zeppone):

Conatus singillatim:

Personae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Pellicula Annus Groucho Chico Harpo Zeppo
Humor Risk 1926 The Villain The Italian Watson, Detective The Love Interest
The Cocoanuts 1929 Mr. Hammer Chico Harpo Jamison
Animal Crackers 1930 Captain Geoffrey T. Spaulding Signor Immanuel Ravelli Professor Horatio Jamison
The House that Shadows Built 1931 Caesaris Manes Tomalio Negotiator Weinerum Sammy Brown
Monkey Business 1931 Groucho Chico Harpo Zeppo
Horse Feathers 1932 Professor Quincy Adams Wagstaff Baravelli Pinky Frank Wagstaff
Duck Soup 1933 Rufus T. Firefly Chicolini Pinky Lt. Bob Roland
A Night at the Opera 1935 Otis B. Driftwood Fiorello Tomasso
A Day at the Races 1937 Dr. Hugo Z. Hackenbush Tony Stuffy
Room Service 1938 Gordon Miller Harry Binelli Faker Englund
At the Circus 1939 J. Cheever Loophole Antonio Pirelli Punchy
Go West 1940 S. Quentin Quale Joe Panello Rusty Panello
The Big Store 1941 Wolf J. Flywheel Ravelli Wacky
A Night in Casablanca 1946 Ronald Kornblow Corbaccio Rusty
Love Happy 1949 Sam Grunion Faustinus Magnus Harpo
The Story of Mankind 1957 Petrus Minuit Monk Isaacus Newton, Eques
Tres fratres: Chico, Harpo, Groucho (sedens). Yousuf Karsh photographema anno 1948 fecit.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Mrs. Minnie Marx. Mother of Four Marx Brothers, Musical Comedy Stars, Dies." New York Times, 16 Septembris, 1929.
  2. "Chico Marx, Stage and Film Comedian, Dies at 70; Oldest of 5 Brothers Took Role of Italian Piano Player. Team Business manager." New York Times, 12 Octobris 1961.
  3. "Harpo Marx, the Silent Comedian, Is Dead at 70; Blond-Wigged, Horn-Tooting Star Scored on Stage and in Films With Brothers Harpo Marx, Silent Comedian, Dies." New York Times, 29 Septembris 1964.
  4. "Groucho Marx, Comedian, Dead. Movie Star and TV Host Was 86. Master of the Insult Groucho Marx, Film Comedian and Host of 'You Bet Your Life,' Dies." New York Times, 20 Augusti 1977.
  5. "Gummo Marx, Managed Comedians." New York Times.
  6. "Zeppo Marx Dies on Coast at 78; Last Survivor of Comedy Team; 'Tired of Being a Stooge.'" New York Times,1 Decembris 1979.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Marx, Groucho, Beds (1930) Farrar & Rinehart, (1976) Bobbs-Merrill
  • Marx, Groucho, Many Happy Returns (1942) Simon & Schuster
  • Crichton, Kyle, The Marx Brothers (1950) Doubleday & Co.
  • Marx, Arthur, Life with Groucho (1954) Simon & Schuster, (revised as My Life with Groucho: A Son's Eye View, 1988) ISBN 0-330-31132-8
  • Marx, Groucho, Groucho and Me (1959) Random House, (1989) Fireside Books ISBN 0-306-80666-5
  • Marx, Harpo (with Barber, Rowland), Harpo Speaks! (1961) Bernard Geis Associates, (1985) Limelight Editions ISBN 0-87910-036-2
  • Marx, Groucho, Memoirs of a Mangy Lover (1963) Bernard Geis Associates, (2002) Da Capo Press ISBN 0-306-81104-9
  • Marx, Groucho, The Groucho Letters: Letters from and to Groucho Marx (1967, 2007) Simon & Schuster ISBN 0-306-80607-X
  • Zimmerman, Paul D., The Marx Brothers at the Movies (1968) G.P. Putnam's Sons
  • Eyles, Allen, The Marx Brothers: Their World of Comedy (1969) A.S. Barnes
  • Robinson, David, The Great Funnies: A History of Film Comedy (1969) E.P. Dutton
  • Durgnat, Raymond, "Four Against Alienation" from The Crazy Mirror: Hollywood Comedy and the American Image (1970) Dell
  • Maltin, Leonard, Movie Comedy Teams (1970, revised 1985) New American Library
  • Anobile, Richard J. (ed.), Why a Duck?: Visual and Verbal Gems from the Marx Brothers Movies (1971) Avon Books
  • Bergman, Andrew, "Some Anarcho-Nihilist Laff Riots" from We're in the Money: Depression America and Its Films (1971) New York University Press
  • Marx, Arthur, Son of Groucho (1972) David McKay Co. ISBN 0-679-50355-2
  • Adamson, Joe, Groucho, Harpo, Chico and Sometimes Zeppo (1973, 1983) Simon & Schuster
  • Kalmar, Bert, and Perelman, S. J., The Four Marx Brothers in Monkey Business and Duck Soup (Classic Film Scripts) (1973) Simon & Schuster
  • Mast, Gerald, The Comic Mind: Comedy and the Movies (1973, 2nd ed. 1979) University of Chicago Press
  • McCaffrey, Donald W., "Zanies in a Stage-Movieland" from The Golden Age of Sound Comedy (1973) A. S. Barnes
  • Anobile, Richard J. (ed.), Hooray for Captain Spaulding!: Verbal and Visual Gems from Animal Crackers (1974) Avon Books
  • Anobile, Richard J., The Marx Bros. Scrapbook (1974) Grosset & Dunlap, (1975) Warner Books
  • Wolf, William, The Marx Brothers (1975) Pyramid Library
  • Marx, Groucho, The Groucho Phile (1976) Bobbs-Merrill Co.
  • Marx, Groucho (with Arce, Hector), The Secret Word Is GROUCHO (1976) G.P. Putnam's Sons
  • Byron, Stuart and Weis, Elizabeth (eds.), The National Society of Film Critics on Movie Comedy (1977) Grossman/Viking
  • Maltin, Leonard, The Great Movie Comedians (1978) Crown Publishers
  • Arce, Hector, Groucho (1979) G. P. Putnam's Sons
  • Chandler, Charlotte, Hello, I Must Be Going: Groucho & His Friends (1978) Doubleday & Co., (2007) Simon & Schuster ISBN 0-14-005222-4
  • Marx, Maxine, Growing Up with Chico (1980) Prentice-Hall, (1984) Simon & Schuster
  • Weales, Gerald, Canned Goods as Caviar: American Film Comedy of the 1930s (1985) University of Chicago Press
  • Gehring, Wes D., The Marx Brothers: A Bio-Bibliography (1987) Greenwood Press
  • Barson, Michael (ed.), Flywheel, Shyster and Flywheel: The Marx Brothers Lost Radio Show (1988) Pantheon Books
  • Allen, Miriam Marx, Love, Groucho: Letters from Groucho Marx to His Daughter Miriam (1992) Faber & Faber ISBN 0-571-12915-3
  • Eyles, Allen, The Complete Films of the Marx Brothers (1992) Carol Publishing Group
  • Gehring, Wes D., Groucho and W.C. Fields: Huckster Comedians (1994) University Press of Mississippi
  • Mitchell, Glenn, The Marx Brothers Encyclopedia (1996) B.T. Batsford Ltd., (revised 2003) Reynolds & Hearn ( ISBN 0-7134-7838-1)
  • Stoliar, Steve, Raised Eyebrows: My Years Inside Groucho's House (1996) General Publishing Group ISBN 1-881649-73-3
  • Dwan, Robert, As Long As They're Laughing!: Groucho Marx and You Bet Your Life (2000) Midnight Marquee Press, Inc.
  • Kanfer, Stefan, Groucho: The Life and Times of Julius Henry Marx (2000) Alfred A. Knopf ISBN 0-375-70207-5
  • Bego, Mark, The Marx Brothers (2001) Pocket Essentials
  • Louvish, Simon, Monkey Business: The Lives and Legends of the Marx Brothers (2001) Thomas Dunne Books ISBN 0-312-25292-7
  • Gehring, Wes D., Film Clowns of the Depression (2007) McFarland & Co.
  • Keesey, Douglas, with Duncan, Paul (ed.), Marx Bros. (2007) Movie Icons series, Taschen
  • Marx, Bill, Son of Harpo Speaks! (2007) BearManor Media ISBN 1593930623.

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