This is the most recent information about Groucho Marx that has been submitted to amIright. If we have more information about Groucho Marx, then we provide a link to the section where it appears (the actual page whenever possible).
These are the alternate spellings of the performer's name we've had to correct in submissions to amIright.Groucho Marx (in 'At the Circus')
Military justice is to justice what military music is to music.
- Groucho Marx (1890 - 1977)
You're willing to pay him a thousand dollars a night just for singing? Why, you can get a phonograph record of Minnie the Moocher for 75 cents. And for a buck and a quarter, you can get Minnie. (Night at the Opera)
- Groucho Marx
Also known as: Julius Henry Marx. Submitted by: Vaudeville
Notable Singing Credits
Comments & Submitter Name
|"Whatever it is, I'm against it; Everyone says 'I love you'."||The other Brothers Chico and Zeppo sing as well as play their own instruments, such as Chico who plays piano and Harpo who plays (what else?) the harp. - Paul Warren|
Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
|"Lydia The Tattooed Lady"||"Syria"||Phil Alexander|
|"Lydia, The Tatooed Lady"||"Lydia With Chlamydia"||Airfarcewon|
|"Lydia, The Tattooed Lady"||"Leviticus, it's Batshit Crazy"||Phil Alexander|
|"Whatever It Is, I'm Against It"||"Whatever I Say, I'm Offensive"||Al Silver|
|"Lydia the Tattoed Lady"||"Libya's Muammar Gaddafi"||Chris Wolvie|
|"Lydia, The Tattoed Lady"||"Tydia, The Fat Nude Lady (Part Two)"||Airfarcewon|
|"Lydia, The Tatooed Lady"||"Tydia, The Fat Nude Lady"||Airfarcewon|
|"Lydia, the Tattooed Lady"||"Libya: The Mad Loon’s Crazy"||John A. Barry|
|"Lydia, The Tattooed Lady"||"Hillary, The Lib'ral Lady"||Airfarcewon|
|"Lydia"||"The Statued Lady"||Airfarcewon|
There are additional song parodies available.
"Lydia the Tattoed Lady"
The Misrhymed Lyrics:
When her robe is unfurled she will show you the world,
if you step up and tell her where.
For a dime you can see Kankakee or Paree,
or Washington crossing The Delaware.
Why They're Misrhymed:
'Tell her where' and 'Delaware' may not be a perfect rhyme, but it's easily forgiven since this song is so very funny (it's certainly a creative attempt at a rhyme). I love the Marx Brothers!
Submitted by: mysticrose