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You Bet Your Life - Groucho Marx

   
You Bet Your Life is a simple game show. The show starts with Groucho Marx picking apart his guests comedically - they say a secret word, they win a cash prize. The contestants then go on to the main quiz: various formats were tried in this collection from simple general knowledge questions, to Name That Tune quizzes    .
   
Groucho Marx
Show 1: In part one Groucho meets a mathematics specialist from a university who has worked out a way of beating the odds on a roulette wheel in a casino using mathematics.
   
Groucho Marx
Show 2: Part two includes a former strongman who blows up a tire while he answers questions - hilarious.
   
Groucho Marx
Show 3: In part two a newly married couple talk about their Greek wedding.
   
Groucho Marx
Show 4: In part one Groucho meets John Wayne's son.
   
Groucho Marx
Show 5: In part two we have a classic attempt by Groucho to pair up a confirmed bachelor with a returning contestant from last week.
   
Groucho Marx
Show 6: "Eat what you can, and what you can't can." No good will come of giving Groucho that catchphrase - from a woman who likes canning food... In part 2 a slightly awkward interchange between a lovely polite turban wearing man of Pakistan origin and an inquisitive Groucho Marx.
   
Groucho Marx
Show 7: The first two contestants includes a woman with a trained chimpanzee...
   
Groucho Marx
Show 8: Groucho cross examines a woman sales expert in private jets - Groucho: "Why do you need to get there so fast? "Well, Groucho, you can fly from New York in the morning and be in LA in time for 18 rounds of golf." Groucho: "Do you have to play golf when you get there? What if it's raining, do you have to play golf then...?"
   
Groucho Marx
Show 9: Three couples compete in this show. In the first part Groucho takes up the rights for trees when a lumberjack comes on the show...
   
Groucho Marx
Show 10: Three couples compete in this Show. In part 2 a movie star from the silent age is a contestant with an 18 year old who hasn't seen any of her films because he's too young...
   
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