Groucho Was My Father
Interviews with Groucho Marx's daughter
Miriam Marx Allen talks to Tony Staveacre about her father, Groucho, and introduces some letters from the correspondence that kept them together. Their relationship had to weather the ups and downs of Groucho's film, radio and television careers, two divorces, two remarriages - and Miriam's often tumultuous young adulthood.
Frank Ferrante provides the voice of Groucho.
1 How does a teenage girl in California come to terms with the fact that her father is one of the most famous men in America?
2 Miriam Marx Allen offers a glimpse of the man behind the greasepaint moustache, and introduces letters that she received from her father while at Bennington College in Vermont. Frank Ferrante Provides the voice of Groucho.
3 Miriam Marx Allen talks to Tony Staveacre about her father, and introduces some of the letters that he wrote to her in the 1950s, when his career took off in a new direction through the radio series You Bet Your Life. Frank Ferrante provides the voice of Groucho. Compiled and introduced by Tony Staveacre.
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