Only Harpo Marx could play 'Take Me Out to the Ballgame' on a harp on I Love Lucy, and be completely mesmerizing

The Marx Brothers

Because Harpo couldn't compete with the comedic wits of his brothers, his lines were taken away from him. Though insulted at first, he soon became a gifted mime, particularly in his use of facial expressions and a honking horn.

Unable to compete w his brothers' comedic wit, Harpo became a gifted mime, esp. in his use of facial expressions & a honking horn.

VIDEO- Harpo speaks ..plus comments on what he sounded like by his son, Bill, and a little extra bonus of him talking to Harpo's daughter Minnie about that one time he DID speak in public... enjoy!

plus comments on what he sounded like by his son, Bill, and a little extra bonus of him talking to Harpo's daughter Minnie about that one time he DID speak in public.

Lucille Ball, James Cagney, Fred Astaire, Greer Garson, Paul Henreid, Judy Garland, Betty Hutton, Harpo Marx, Ruth Brady, Kay Kyser, and Mickey Rooney.

Lucille Ball, James Cagney, Fred Astaire, Greer Garson, Paul Henreid, Judy Garland, Betty Hutton, Harpo Marx, Ruth Brady, Kay Kyser, and Mickey Rooney.

these guys The Best of Harpo Marx - Animal Crackers (1930) - YouTube

My personal favourite clips of Harpo Marx in the movie Animal Crackers

SHIRLEY TEMPLE HARPO MARX CANDID

SHIRLEY TEMPLE HARPO MARX CANDID

Chico and Harpo Marx in Duck Soup (1933, dir. Leo McCarey)

Chico & Harpo Marx from Duck Soup. That's my favorite Marx Brothers movie!

Harpo Marx, circa 1936.

Adolph “Harpo” Marx (later Arthur “Harpo” Marx) (born November died from heart failure on September 1964

Harpo Marx plays Wreckmaninoff - YouTube

A "deeply felt" interpretation (abridged) of Rachmaninoff's C# minor Prelude, by the great Harpo.

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