A man got good news about the duck that was Groucho Marx's prop on his 1950s game show You Bet Your Life at the taping of PBS' popular Antiques Roadshow in Anaheim, Calif., last month.
A man got good news about the duck that was Groucho Marx's prop on his 1950s game show You Bet Your Life at the taping of PBS' popular Antiques Roadshow in Anaheim, Calif., last month. AP
A man got good news about the duck that was Groucho Marx's prop on his 1950s game show You Bet Your Life at the taping of PBS' popular Antiques Roadshow in Anaheim, Calif., last month. AP

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