Imagem pouco conhecida: o encontro entre o pintor Salvador Dalí e Harpo Marx. Dalí era um grande admirador do humor subversivo dos Irmãos Marx e simpatizava em especial com Harpo Marx (que era "mudo" e tocava harpa). Em 1937 encontraram-se a propósito de uma entrevista para a revista Harper Bazaar.
Eis o que escreveu Salvador Dalí sobre Harpo:
“I met Harpo for the first time in his garden. He was naked, crowned with roses, and in the center of a veritable forest of harps (he was surrounded by at least five hundred harps). He was caressing, like a new Leda, a dazzling white swan, and feeding it a statue of the Venus de Milo made of cheese, which he grated against the strings of the nearest harp. An almost springlike breeze drew a curious murmur from the harp forest. In Harpo’s pupils glows the same spectral light to be observed in Picasso’s.”