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.

Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx and Zeppo Marx in Animal Crackers

Animal Crackers The Marx Brothers: Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx and Zeppo Marx)

Groucho and Harpo, 1900 Two of the Marx Brothers.

‘Groucho, age 12 and Harpo, age 14 standing in front of their apartment building on east Street in New York City.

Harpo Marx (comic) - Died September 28, 1964. Born November 23, 1888. The harp-playing Marx brother who almost never spoke on camera,

Adolph "Harpo" Marx (later Arthur "Harpo" Marx) (November 1888 – September was an American comedian and film star. He was the second-oldest of the Marx Brothers.

Jose Iturbi, Lucille Ball, Harpo Marx and Fred Astaire rehearsing the routine they will put on for troops during the WWII USO tour.

Fabulous Talents: Fred Astaire, Harpo Marx, Lucille Ball, & Jose Iturbi rehearse the routine they will put on for troops during a WWII USO tour

A real classic ... Lucille Ball & Harpo Marx in an episode of I Love Lucy

I would have to say the Harpo Marx episode, especially when Lucy and Harpo do the mirror routine. It’s said they rehearsed that scene so many times, that it confused Harpo!

Harpo Marx at his Bar Mitzvan, wearing two pairs of gloves and holding a third (presents he received that day).

Harpo Marx at his Bar Mitzvah wearing two pairs of gloves and holding a third (presents he received that day).

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