Movie clip of Fiorello (Chico Marx) disguised as one of the greatest aviators in the world, describing how they came to America.
Movie clip of Sgt. Henderson (Robert Emmett O'Connor) being insulted by Driftwood (Groucho Marx) as he enters the apartment, searching for the escaped stowaways.
Gottlieb (Siegfried Rumann) has seemingly disappeared, and he's suppose to make a speech to the opera's audience. Driftwood takes on the task showing the wit that helped make Groucho Marx famous.
Movie clip of Fiorello and Driftwood discussing the "sanity clause" of their contract, along with Fiorello's famous line, "You can't fool me - there ain't no Sanity Claus..."
New! Full scene! By popular demand, here is the full contract scene, including the party of the first part, the party of the second part, and naturally, the "sanity clause".
Movie clip of Driftwood mocking one of the performers as he makes cat-calls from the balcony.
Driftwood, Fiorello, and Tomasso have switched the Il Trovatore music to Take Me Out to the Ball Game. At the swing, Tomasso (Harpo Marx) and Fiorello start playing catch, as Driftwood parades down the aisle selling peanuts.
Movie clip of Driftwood ordering meals for the stowaways - and two hard-boiled eggs... Make that three hard-boiled eggs...
Driftwood receives yet another uninvited guest to his overcrowded cabin in the infamous Stateroom Scene.
New! Full scene! The full version of the infamous overcrowded Stateroom Scene. And tell Aunt Minnie to send up a bigger room, will ya?
Driftwood is unceremoniously fired by Gottlieb, who sets himself up to handle Mrs. Claypool's (Margaret Dumont's) business interests.