Harpo Marx - Legacy - Film Portrayal

Film Portrayal

Marx was portrayed by the actor J. M. Henry in the film Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle.

The character of Banjo in The Man Who Came To Dinner is based on Harpo Marx. He actually played Banjo in some stage performances.

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