Bank teller Johnny Dalton, too poor to marry his sweetheart 'Mibs' Goodhug, saves a big-time bookie from a beating and receives a munificent reward...which just happens to match a mysterious shortage at the bank! Will Johnny's pal, eccentric waiter Emile, get him out of trouble...or in so deep he'll never get out?
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Johnny states his and Mildred's combined income is $4,212.15. That would equate to $45,525 in 2019. See more
Near the beginning of the film, Emile leaves the water pitcher on the table with Mildred and Johnny and walks away. After a couple shots back and forth, the water pitcher disappears from the table and apparently has moved to a side table behind the couple. See more
Mildred 'Mibs' Goodhug
I'm even willing to marry you.
R.B. 'Bob' Pulsifer Jr.
Marry? You can't threaten me. Hello, operator? Get me the police right away!
Referenced in Inside the Marx Brothers
Sung by Groucho Marx See more