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Animal Crackers (1930 film) Quotes

Animal Crackers (1930 film) is a television program that first aired in 1970 . Animal Crackers stopped airing in 1970.

It features Bert Kalmar in charge of musical score.

Animal Crackers (1930 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Animal Crackers (1930 film) is 99 minutes long. Animal Crackers (1930 film) is distributed by Paramount Pictures.

The cast includes: Chico Marx as Ravelli, Zeppo Marx as Horatio Jamison, Margaret Dumont as Mrs. Rittenhouse, Louis Sorin as Roscoe Chandler, and Margaret Irving as Mrs. Whitehead.

Animal Crackers (1930 film) Quotes

Chico Marx as Ravelli

  • (Capt. Spaulding) "I used to know a fellow who looked exactly like you by the name of Emanuel Ravelli. Are you his brother?"
  • (Chico Marx) "I am Emanuel Ravelli."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "You're Emanuel Ravelli?"
  • (Chico Marx) "I am Emanuel Ravelli."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Well, no wonder you look like him. But I still insist there is a resemblance."
  • (Chico Marx) "Heh, heh, he thinks I look alike."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Well, if you do, it's a tough break for both of you."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Play that song about the Irish chiropodist."
  • (Chico Marx) "Irish chiropodist?"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) ""My Fate Is In Your Hands"."
  • (Chico Marx) "Abie the fish man. Abie the fish man. Abie the fish man."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "How much would you charge to run into an open manhole?"
  • (Chico Marx) "Just the cover charge."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Well, drop in sometime."
  • (Chico Marx) "Sewer."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Well, we cleaned that up pretty well."

Margaret Dumont as Mrs. Rittenhouse

  • (Margaret Dumont) "I'm fascinated."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "I'm fascinated, too. Right on the arm."
  • (Margaret Dumont) "Captain, this leaves me speechless."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Well, see that you remain that way."
  • (Margaret Dumont) "Oh, Captain Spaulding --"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "I'll attend to you later."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Don't try and pull that --"
  • (Margaret Dumont) "Oh, Captain Spaulding --"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Why, you're one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen, and that's not saying much for you."
  • (Margaret Dumont) "Captain Spaulding, Rittenhouse Manor is entirely at your disposal."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Well, I'm certainly grateful for this magnificent washout; er, turnout. And now I'd like to say a few words."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Hello, I must be going/I cannot stay, I came to say I must be going/I'm glad I came, but just the same, I must be going, la-la."
  • (Margaret Dumont) "For my sake, you must stay/If you should go away/You'd spoil this party I am throwing."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "I'll stay a week or two/I'll stay the summer through/But I am telling you/I must be going"

Zeppo Marx as Horatio Jamison

  • (Zeppo Marx) ""Quotes, unquotes, and quotes.""
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "That's three quotes?"
  • (Zeppo Marx) "Yes, sir."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Add another quote and make it a gallon. How much is it a gallon, Jamison?"
  • (Zeppo Marx) "Regards."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Regards. That's a fine letter, Jamison, that's an epic. That's dandy. Now, I want you to make two carbon copies of that letter and throw the original away. And when you get through with that, throw the carbon copies away. Just send a stamp, airmail, that's all. You may go, Jamison. I may go too."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Now read me the letter, Jamison."
  • (Zeppo Marx) ""Honorable Charles H. Hungadunga -- ""
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Hungerdunger."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Hoong."
  • (Zeppo Marx) "Hungerdunger."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "That's it, Hungerdunger."
  • (Zeppo Marx) "" -- care of Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger, and McCormick.""
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "You've left out a Hungerdunger. You left out the main one, too. Thought you could slip one over on me, didn't you, eh?"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "All right, leave it out and put in a windshield wiper instead."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "I tell you what you do, Jamison, I tell you what. Make it, uh, make it three windshield wipers and one Hungerdunger. They won't all be there when the letter arrives anyhow."
  • (Zeppo Marx) "" -- Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger -- and McCormick.""
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "And McCormick."
  • (Zeppo Marx) ""Gentlemen, question mark.""
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Gentlemen, question mark? Put it on the penultimate, not on the diphthongic. You wanna brush up on your Greek, Jamison. Well, get a Greek and brush up on him."
  • (Zeppo Marx) ""In re yours of the fifth inst -- ""
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "I see."
  • (Zeppo Marx) "Now, uh -- you said a lot of things here that I didn't think were important, so I just omitted them."
  • (Margaret Dumont) "Well."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Hmm. Hmm. Hmm. Hmm."
  • (Margaret Dumont) "Oh, Captain. Good gracious. Oh, my."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "So, you just omitted them, eh? You just omitted the body of the letter, that's all. You've just left out the body of the letter, that's all. Yours is not to reason why, Jamison. You've left out the body of the letter."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "All right, send it that way and tell them the body will follow."
  • (Zeppo Marx) "Do you want the body in brackets?"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "No, it'll never get there in brackets. Put it in a box. Put it in a box and mark it, uh -- "fragilly.""
  • (Zeppo Marx) "Mark it what?"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Mark it fragilly. F-R-A-G -- Look it up, Jamison, it's in the dictionary. Look under "fragile." Look under the table if you don't find it there."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "I say, take a letter to my lawyers."
  • (Zeppo Marx) "Well I am taking it."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Honorable Charles H., uh, Hungerdunger, care of Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger, and McCormick -- semicolon."
  • (Zeppo Marx) "How do you spell semicolon?"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "All right, make it a comma."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Honorable Charles. H. Hungerdunger, care of Hunger --"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "-- and McCormick."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Gentlemen, question mark?"
  • (Zeppo Marx) "Do you want that, uh,"
  • (Zeppo Marx) "in the letter?"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "No, put that in an envelope."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Now then. In re yours of the fifth inst., yours to hand and beg to rep -- brackets --"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "-- We have gone over the ground carefully, and we seem to believe, i.e., to wit, e.g., in lieu, that, uh, despite all our -- precautionary measures which have been involved --"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "-- uh, we seem to believe that it is hardly necessary for us to proceed unless we, uh, receive an ipso facto that is not negligible at this moment, quotes, unquotes, and quotes --"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "-- uh, hoping this finds you, I beg to remain --"
  • (Zeppo Marx) "Hoping this finds him where?"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Well, let him worry about that. Don't be so inquisitive, Jamison."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Sneak."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "I say, hoping this finds you, I beg to remain, as of June 9th, cordially yours, regards. That's all, Jamison."

Louis Sorin as Roscoe Chandler

  • (Capt. Spaulding) "One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in my pajamas, I don't know. Then we tried to remove the tusks. The tusks. That's not so easy to say. Tusks. You try it some time."
  • (Louis Sorin) "Oh, simple: "tusks.""
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "My name is Spaulding. I've always wanted to meet you, Mr. Chandler. As I say, we tried to remove the tusks. But they were embedded so firmly we couldn't budge them. Of course, in Alabama the Tuscaloosa, but that is entirely ir-elephant to what I was talking about."

Margaret Irving as Mrs. Whitehead

  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Let's get married."
  • (Margaret Irving) "All of us?"
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "All of us."
  • (Margaret Irving) "Why, that's bigamy."
  • (Capt. Spaulding) "Yes, and it's big of me too."

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