In the mid 1950s, along with acquiring a new young wife, Groucho Marx (do I really need to give his last name?) also acquired a new Beverly Hills spread in the then brand-spanking-new development called Trousdale (formerly the Doheny ranch that was attached behind the Greystone Mansion). Here's a very nice presentation of the house in Groucho's day and with recent renovations, which helped it sell for 8.5 million last year. Frankly, I'm not mad for it in either of its incarnations, but then I didn't like 'Mad Men' either.
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