Harry Lane's Reviews > Raised Eyebrows: My Years Inside Groucho's House

Raised Eyebrows by Steve Stoliar
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Apr 23, 2012

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This is the first-person account of one who was among those who worked for Groucho Marx in his last years. In a way, you could characterize it as a "coming of age" story; just substitute 'death' for 'age.' As many of a certain number of years know, Groucho's retinue in his sunset years included a woman named Erin Flemming who brought a great deal of drama and anxiety, and yes, abuse to her relationship with Groucho. The book is well written and has many entertaining details of a vanished generation of show business greats.

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