Marx Brothers family home

The Marx family lived at this home on what is now 89th Avenue and 134th Street (87-48 134th Street) during the 1920's. The boys were known for such comic film classics as Coconuts, Horse Feathers, A Night at the Opera, and A Day at the Races. The house now bears a plaque donated by the Native New Yorkers' Historical Association.
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