Arthur Marx

Arthur Marx

Arthur Julius Marx (July 21, 1921 – April 14, 2011) was an American author, a former nationally ranked amateur tennis player, and son of entertainer Groucho Marx and his first wife, Ruth Johnson.

Marx spent his early years accompanying his father around vaudeville circuits in the United States and abroad. When he was 10, the family moved to Southern California, where the Marx Brothers continued their film careers.

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... Broadway and starred Alan King Minnie's Boys, a musical hit about the Marx Brothers' vaudeville years that starred Shelley Winters My Daughter's Rated X, which won the Straw ... Solo, Marx authored 12 books, including The Ordeal of Willie Brown (1951), Not as a Crocodile (1958), Goldwyn A Biography of the Man Behind the Myth (1976), Red Skelton (1979), The ... Marx also wrote several books featuring different takes on his relationship with his father, including Life with Groucho (1954), Son of Groucho (1972), My Life With Groucho (1992 ...

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