Animal Crackers (1930) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Victor Heerman .
Review: Animal Crackers (1930)By 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 15, 2018 From 4 Star Films
Animal Crackers usually makes me think of the soggy little critters floating in Shirley Temple’s soup but the joke’s on me because that tune didn’t come out until 5 years after this film. In fact, legend has it that Harpo purportedly offered Temple’s parents $50,000 to adopt ... Read full article
DOUBLE BILL #14: Animal Crackers (1930) and Horse Feathers (1932)By Carol Martinheira on May 8, 2018 From The Old Hollywood Garden
DOUBLE BILL #14: Animal Crackers (1930) and Horse Feathers (1932) On May 8, 2018 By CarolIn Uncategorized Marx Brothers films are the wackiest things ever put on screen. They might not be everyones cup of tea, but I, for one, adore them. And while Animal Crackers (193... Read full article
Animal Crackers (1930, Victor Heerman)By Andrew Wickliffe on Jul 6, 2015 From The Stop Button
After initially teasing some kind of narrative, Animal Crackers gives it up and embraces not just being a stage adaptation (hope I don’t forget to talk about that aspect) but also a series of sketches. Not just comedy sketches, but also musical ones. The film takes place over a day. It starts ... Read full article
Animal Crackers (1930)By Angela on Nov 4, 2013 From Hollywood Revue
Mrs. Rittenhouse (Margaret Dumont) is hosting one of the biggest society events of the year at her home in Long Island. Not only will renowned African explorer Captain Spaulding (Groucho Marx) be the guest of honor, another guest will be displaying a very valuable painting he’s recently purch... Read full article
Animal Crackers (1930)By 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 5, 2013 From 4 Star Films
Headed by the four Marx Brothers, the film opens with the return of the famous African explorer Captain Jeffrey Spaulding (Groucho), who is being honored at the estate of a Mrs. Rittenhouse (Margaret Dumont). Along with him there are two musicians (Chico and Harpo), and an art lover with an especial... Read full article
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Chico Marx plays his trademark song "I'm Daffy Over You" for the first time in this film.
One of the few Marx Brothers movies in which the fact that Chico Marx is not truly Italian is referenced. When Chico is questioning Abie the fish-man (alias Roscoe W. Chandler) about his new identity, Chandler suddenly replies "Say, how did you get to be Italian?"
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