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Groucho Marx ‎– An Evening With Groucho - VG+ 2 Lp Record 1973 USA Original Vinyl - Comedy
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Groucho Marx ‎– An Evening With Groucho - VG+ 2 Lp Record 1973 USA Original Vinyl - Comedy

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Groucho Marx ‎– An Evening With Groucho

Label:
A&M Records ‎– SP3515, A&M Records ‎– SP-3515
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:
US
Released:
1972
Genre:
Non-Music
Style:
Comedy, Spoken Word

 Tracklist   

A1 Overture - Medley From The Marx Brothers Films
Piano – Marvin Hamlisch
A2 Introduction
Presenter – Dick Cavett
A3 Hello, I Must Be Going
Vocals [Sung By] – Erin*, Groucho*Written-By – Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby
A4 Violin Solo, Jack Benny Tribute
My Family, How We Got Our Names
A5a Strange Relatives
A5b Uncle Julius
A5c Chico At Klauber Horn Co.
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A6 Uncle Herman, Chiropodist
A7 Timbuctoo
Written-By – Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby
B1 Annie Berger
B2 World War One, Vaudeville In Toronto
B3 Oh, How That Woman Could Cook
Written-By – Grace Kahn, Gus Kahn
B4 Toronto Song
Written-By [Denies He Wrote It] – Irving Berlin
London Stories:
B5a Polish Officer Story
B5b Churchill & 2nd World War
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B6 Tough Chicago Critic Story
Palace Theatre:
B7a Sarah Bernhardt
B7b Fanny Brice
B7c Swayne's Rats And Cats
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B8 Poem From The Play "Animal Crackers"
C1 T.S. Eliot Memorial: Laurence Olivier's Lap
C2 2nd World War Bond Tour
C3 Houdini Story
C4 Music In "Cocoanuts" - Always
Written-By – Irving Berlin
C5 George Kaufman & Morrie Ryskind Story
C6 Stay Down Here Where You Belong
Written-By – Irving Berlin
C7 Otto Kahn Story
W. C. Fields:
C8a Beebee Gun
C8b Prohibition
C8c Baby Leroy
-
C9 Heaven's Above
D1 Everybody Works But Father
Written-By – Harry Ruby
D2 Father's Day
Written-By – Harry Ruby
D3 Margaret Dumont, The Dowager In Our Films
D4 Thalberg Story - Garbo
D5 Sampson And Delilah Story
D6 Will Rogers, Baseball In Baltimore
Priests' Stories:
D7a Plaza Hotel
D7b Montreal
D7c Rome
-
D8 Show Me A Rose
Written-By – Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby
D9 Lydia The Tattooed Lady
Written-By – E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen