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Adolph "Harpo" Marx (later Arthur "Harpo" Marx) (November 23, 1888 – September 28, 1964) was an American comedian & film star. He was the second-oldest of the Marx Brothers. He wore a curly reddish blonde wig, and never spoke during performances. He blew a horn or whistled to communicate and frequently used props, and he played the harp in most of his films. "She's a lovely person. She deserves a good husband. Marry her before she finds one."

Adolph "Harpo" Marx (later Arthur "Harpo" Marx) (November 23, 1888 – September 28, 1964) was an American comedian & film star. He was the second-oldest of the Marx Brothers. He wore a curly reddish blonde wig, and never spoke during performances. He blew a horn or whistled to communicate and frequently used props, and he played the harp in most of his films. "She's a lovely person. She deserves a good husband. Marry her before she finds one."

Harpo Marx playing - the harp! The whole world of music in Hollywood heyday was a fascinating research line for this book.

Harpo Marx playing - the harp! The whole world of music in Hollywood heyday was a fascinating research line for this book.

Harpo Marx (November 23, 1888 – September 28, 1964) was an American comedian and film star. He was the second-oldest of the Marx Brothers. His comic style was influenced by clown and pantomime traditions. He wore a curly reddish blonde wig, and never spoke during performances (he blew a horn or whistled to communicate). Marx frequently used props such as a horn cane, made up of a lead pipe, tape, and a bulbhorn, and he played the harp in most of his films.

Harpo Marx (November 23, 1888 – September 28, 1964) was an American comedian and film star. He was the second-oldest of the Marx Brothers. His comic style was influenced by clown and pantomime traditions. He wore a curly reddish blonde wig, and never spoke during performances (he blew a horn or whistled to communicate). Marx frequently used props such as a horn cane, made up of a lead pipe, tape, and a bulbhorn, and he played the harp in most of his films.

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