Music - Music for Everyone by National Geographic Learning

By National Geographic Learning

Rosa's grandmother is ailing, yet her temper is brightened while Rosa and her neighbors commence their very own band.

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But why? What made them so funny? What people loved about the Marx brothers was their physical comedy, quick wordplay, and character acting. Julius ("Groucho"), and his brothers Leonard ("Chico") and Arthur ("Harpo") were Italian and Irish, and they played on all the stereotypes they knew audiences would relate to. Groucho was known for his quick-talking wise-guy character, who had a painted-on mustache and eyebrows, and large glasses. This is where the iconic costume "disguise" of fake eyeglasses with attached eyebrows, nose, and mustache comes from!

This became the legendary trademark of Pryor's brand of comedy—and the style that would shape comedy for years to come. Pryor's talent was obvious to anyone who saw him perform, and in the 1960s, he got so popular that he started performing on hit TV shows, like "The Ed Sullivan Show" and "The Tonight Show". " In fact, Pryor was the first-ever African-American host of SNL in 1975. By the time 1977 rolled around, his success on TV led to the start of his very own show: "The Richard Pryor Show". However, its subject matter was too controversial for television, and it only aired a few episodes before it was canceled.

And when you can look back at a bad situation and find something funny about it, that's a form of comedy that people can really relate to. When he was only 15 years old, Murphy started writing and performing comedy routines. ), and Bill Cosby. Murphy, like Pryor, became known for his use of strong language and controversial topics, including making fun of different groups of people for laughs. Pryor said that he found Murphy's comedy "insensitive" sometimes. But despite this, Murphy made a name for himself in comedy clubs in California's Bay Area.

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