January 13, 1954 - Harpo Marx(November 23, 1888 – September 28, 1964) and his kids pose for Los Angeles Times staff photographer Bruce Cox. This stand-alone photo was published with the following caption

Children of Harpo, the silent Marx brother, don wigs and demonstrate that they too have the happy gift of pantomime. From laugh to riot are Alec, Jimmy (who couldn’t help peeking), Minnie and father Harpo himself

January 13, 1954 - Harpo Marx(November 23, 1888 – September 28, 1964) and his kids pose for Los Angeles Times staff photographer Bruce Cox. This stand-alone photo was published with the following caption

Children of Harpo, the silent Marx brother, don wigs and demonstrate that they too have the happy gift of pantomime. From laugh to riot are Alec, Jimmy (who couldn’t help peeking), Minnie and father Harpo himself

Mary Hay (August 22, 1901 - June 4, 1957), former stage and screen star, and one-time ‘perfect mate’ of Dick Barthelmess, arrives at Mills Field by United Air Lines despite medical advice that she should remain in a Los Angeles hospital.  Her father, retired General FM Caldwell, and his chauffeur (left) help her from the plane, October 23, 1935

Mary Hay (August 22, 1901 - June 4, 1957), former stage and screen star, and one-time ‘perfect mate’ of Dick Barthelmess, arrives at Mills Field by United Air Lines despite medical advice that she should remain in a Los Angeles hospital.  Her father, retired General FM Caldwell, and his chauffeur (left) help her from the plane, October 23, 1935

Daryle Ann Lindley and father Louis Burton Lindley Jr Slim Pickens (June 29, 1919 – December 8, 1983) in Denver for the premiere of her film, 1973’s The Wheels
Slim Pickens is the best screen name PERIOD!

Daryle Ann Lindley and father Louis Burton Lindley Jr Slim Pickens (June 29, 1919 – December 8, 1983) in Denver for the premiere of her film, 1973’s The Wheels

Slim Pickens is the best screen name PERIOD!

thank you Agnes (and Charles) Morrison, for giving us Kathleen Colleen, and Myra Rude (and Leonard) Brooks for Mary Louise
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thank you Agnes (and Charles) Morrison, for giving us Kathleen Colleen, and Myra Rude (and Leonard) Brooks for Mary Louise
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thank you Agnes (and Charles) Morrison, for giving us Kathleen Colleen, and Myra Rude (and Leonard) Brooks for Mary Louise

Washington, February 8, 1937 - A Speaker Speechless - Action spoke louder than words when Speaker of the House William B Bankhead went backstage after the show tonight to congratulate his daughter, Miss Tallulah Bankhead, on her performance in the show which she opened here tonight.  There was a big hug and kiss from The Speaker when daughter Tallulah asked him how he liked her on the stage
Happy Birthday Tallulah!!!

Washington, February 8, 1937 - A Speaker Speechless - Action spoke louder than words when Speaker of the House William B Bankhead went backstage after the show tonight to congratulate his daughter, Miss Tallulah Bankhead, on her performance in the show which she opened here tonight.  There was a big hug and kiss from The Speaker when daughter Tallulah asked him how he liked her on the stage

Happy Birthday Tallulah!!!