1935. A Metro Goldwyn Mayer picture. Production: Irving G. Thalberg. Director: Sam Wood. Screenplay: George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind. Additional material: Al Boasberg. Story: James Kevin McGuinness. Photography: Merritt B. Gerstad. Art direction: Cedric Gibbons, Ben Carré and Edwin B. Willis. Editing: William LeVanway. Musical score: Herbert Stothart.
Length: 8,438 feet. 93 minutes.

CAST: GROUCHO (0tis B. Driftwood); HARPO (Tomasso); CHICO (Fiorello); Margaret Dumont (Mrs. Claypool); Siegfried Ruman (Herman Gottlieb); Kitty Carlisle (Rosa); Allan Jones (Ricardo Baroni); Walter King (Rodolpho Lassparri); Robert Emmett O'Connor (Henderson); Lorraine Bridges (Louisa); Edward Keane (The Captain); Stanley Blystone (Ship's Officer); Gino Corrado (First Porter); Bess Flowers (Ship Passenger); King Baggot (Dignitary); Marion Bell (Bit Part); Al Bridge (Immigration Inspector); Otto Fries (Elevator Operator); Edna Bennett (Maid): Bud Geary (Stagehand); William Gould (Police Captain); Jonathan Hale (Stage Manager in Opera Box); Gwen Lee (Driftwood's Dining Companion); Billy Gilbert (Orchestra Member); Harry Tyler (Sign Painter); Edmund Mortimer (Dignitary); William H O'Brien (Stagehand); Leo White (Aviator); Rolfe Sedan (Aviator); Ruth Cherrington (Opera Spectator); Frank Yaconelli (Engineer); Wedgwood Nowell (Ship Passenger); Selmer Jackson (Committeeman); George Irving (Committeeman); Tom McGuire (Policeman); Ellinor Vanderveer (Shipboard Dinner Party Guest/Opera Spectator); Purnell Pratt (Mayor); Jack Lipson (Engineer's Assistant); Alphonse Martell (Ship Officer/Opera Spectator); George Nardelli (Ship Passenger); Julia Griffith (Opera Spectator); Martin Cichy (Policeman); Jay Eaton (Aviator); Adolph Faylauer (Opera Spectator); Olga Dane (Azucena in "Il Trovatore"); Hal Price (Stagehand); Fred Malatesta (Stagehand); Stephen Soldi (Ship's Steward ); Jack Chefe (Opera Spectator); Nina Campana (Bit in 'I Pagliacci'); Phillips Smalley (Committeeman); Frank McLure (Manager's Assistant); Chuck Hamilton (Policeman); Jerry Mandy (Second Porter); Enrique Acosta (Nightclub Guest); George Guhl (Policeman); Sam Appel (Dungeon Guard); Helen Grayco (Young Girl with Allan Jones).

Released in the United States November 15, 1935.
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