Cinema: Arty Marx

That versatile Artist Salvador Dali should be working on a surrealist ballet is hardly surprising. But it was news last week when one of the parts was offered to antic, woolly-wigged Comedian Harpo Marx. The proffered role: "an immobile figure plunged into the depths of total despair, who then emerges from his state of hallucination and goes into paroxysms of the most frantic choreographic delirium."


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