Manfred- (January 1886-July 17, 1886 - died as an infant) "Chico" Leonard (March 22, 1887-October 11, 1961) "Harpo" Adolph- Changed his name to Arthur in 1917- (November 23, 1888-September 28, 1964) "Groucho" Julius Henry- (October 2, 1890-August 19, 1977) "Gummo" Milton- (October 23, 1892-April 21, 1977) "Zeppo" Herbert-(February 25, 1901-November 30, 1979) They obtained their stage names back when they performed on Vaudeville. It was said to have happened during a card game. There were a lot of Vaudeville performers whose names ended in "o" at the time - the Marx brother's stage names were originally a joke. Chico got his name because he was popular with the girls, "Chicas", along with the above answer.
Its their stage names
All of them.
Groucho, Harpo, Chico, Zeppo, and Gummo
The possessive form for the Marx Brothers is the Marx Brothers'.example: The Marx Brothers' nonsense is still popular today..
Groucho Marx was one of four famous brothers
Groucho, Harpo, Chico, Zeppo and Gummo were all brothers. Karl has no relation.
The cast of Inside the Marx Brothers - 2003 includes: Zeppo Marx as himself Chico Marx as himself Groucho Marx as himself Harpo Marx as himself
Actually, there were five Marx brothers. Their real names are: Milton (Gummo), Julius (Groucho), Leonard (Chico), Herbert (Zeppo) and either Adolph or Arthur (Harpo).
From Karl Marx, not the Marx brothers LOL
Movies about the Marx brothers have not been made because they parted ways with the Paramount.
yes yes it was
No. However the Marx brothers did star in "A Night in Casablanca"
Yes they were.
They were Jewish.
There are four Marx brothers in the 1932 comedy: Groucho, Harpo, Chico and Zeppo.
Groucho , Gummo , Zeppo , Chico and Harpo .
Yes - Groucho, the last surviving brother, died in 1977.