Today marks the 122nd anniversary of the birth of the great Groucho Marx.
All of the movies Groucho made are available on DVD, and there are some terrific collections of his hilarious game show, You Bet Your Life, available as well.
Most, if not all, of the books he wrote are available, too.
So it’s up to you how you do it, but really, don’t you think you should spend some time with Groucho on his birthday?
We think so, too.
Just to help you out in a pinch, here are the very memorable first few minutes of the first Marx Brothers movie we ever saw, Horse Feathers (1932). After watching this opening scene for the first time back in 1974 at the miniscule (and long since defunct) Mini-Mall Theatre in Oklahoma City, we were hooked for life: