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- Freedonia Marxonia 2018
Again, the annual event will take place in Fredonia, New York at the State University of New York at Fredonia and the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. The main activities will be October 4 and 5, with an exhibit up through October 21. We're very happy that Frank Ferrante will present his An Evening with Groucho on October 5. Also, Matthew Hahn will discuss his book, The Animated Marx Brothers; a representative of the National Comedy Center will talk about this new facility (it's in Jamestown, NY, approximately 45 minutes from Fredonia); Horse Feathers and Duck Soup will be screened; and there will be a reception to mark the event's opening.
The Freedonia Marxonia 2018 website gives further details.
- "An Evening with Groucho" - tour dates
Frank Ferrante is touring with his show "An Evening with Groucho".
Click here for his current tour dates.
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Recent publications Books / Audio / Video
Frank, Josh; Heidecker, Tim; Pertega, Manuela (Illustrator) : Giraffes on Horseback Salad: Salvador Dali, the Marx Brothers, and the Greatest Movie Never Made
From Amazon: "It sounds like fan fiction, but it's true: modern art icon Salvador Dali struck up a friendship with chaotic pantomimer Harpo Marx, which led to a proposed film, Giraffes on Horseback Salad. Rejected by MGM studios, the script was thought lost forever[sic]. But author Josh Frank found it, and with comedian and writer Tim Heidecker (Tim and Eric; Tim & Eric's Zone Theory) and Spanish artist and comics creator Manuela Pertega, he's recreated the film that Dali and the Marx Brothers would have made...as a graphic novel that presents the story in all its full-color, fully cinematic, fully surreal glory."
Gonzalez, Luis Anthony: Wisdom of the Marx Brothers: Life Lessons from Groucho, Chico, and Harpo
The author takes scenes from the movies and applies the "morale" to our normal life.