Memoirs Of A Mangy Lover

By Groucho Marx

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In Memoirs of a Mangy Lover Groucho turns his manic eyebrows and spirited cigar to the ever-perplexing affairs of the heart while fully addressing the Marxian passion for poker. This wacky eclectic book includes Groucho's improbable tales of true romance; his irreverent observations on talent, luck, and what this country really needs; his battles with pigeons and hotel de In Memoirs of a Mangy Lover Groucho turns his...

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February 7th 2002 by Da Capo Press

(first published November 30th 1962)

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Quotes From "Memoirs Of A Mangy Lover"

"Most young women do not welcome promiscuous advances. (Either that, or my luck's terrible.)"
"With the possible exception of clothes, beauty salons and Frank Sinatra, there are few subjects all women agree upon."
"Bel Air, I am convinced, was laid out by some diabolic sadist who deliberately decided not to use a compass or a surveyor."

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