1931. A Paramount picture.
Director: Norman McLeod. Producer: Herman J. Mankiewicz. First assistant director: Charles Barton. Music: Ralph Rainger & John Leipold. No specific screenplay credit. It seems to have been written by all three writers. Story: S. J. Perelman and Will B. Johnstone. Additional dialogue: Arthur Sheekman. Photography: Arthur L. Todd.
Length: 77 minutes.
CAST: GROUCHO, HARPO, CHICO, ZEPPO (The Stowaways); Thelma Todd (Lucille); Rockcliffe Fellowes (Joe Helton), Tom Kennedy (Gibson);
Ruth Hall (Mary Helton); Harry Woods (Alky Briggs); Ben Taggart (The Captain); Cecil Cunningham (Madame Swempski); Charlotte Mineau (Emma); Bess Flowers (Wife to Indian Dressed Man); Otto Fries (Ship's 2nd Officer); Evelyn Pierce (Manicurist); Maurice Chevalier (Singer); Bobby Barber (Hoarse Barber Customer); Billy Barty (Brat); Constantine Romanoff (Butch); Billy Bletcher (Man in Deck Chair); Eddie Baker (Ship's Officer); Cyril Ring (Party Guest); James Bradbury Jr (Party Guest); Pat Harnon (Indian at Party); Ethan Laidlaw (Cabbie at Barn); William H O'Brien (Waitor); Frederick Sullivan (Pickpocket Victim #1); Leo White (Barber #1); Rolfe Sedan (Barber #2); Al Flosso (Punch and Judy Puppeteer); Harvey Parry (Stunts); Harold Minjir (Emily's Lover ); Sherry Hall (Reporter).
This and subsequent films were shot in Hollywood. Released in the United States September 19, 1931.