“A Night at the Opera” quotes(1935)
Plot – The Marx Brothers debut in high society. Two lovers who work in theatres cannot work together because of the envies of a tenor. With the help of the Marx Brothers, the two lovers will manage to perform taking advantage of the tenor's absence.
All actors – Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx, Kitty Carlisle, Allan Jones, Walter Woolf King, Sig Ruman, Margaret Dumont, Edward Keane, Robert Emmett O'Connor, Enrique Acosta, Harry Allen, Sam Appel, King Baggot, Marion Bell, Edna Bennett, Stanley Blystone, Al Bridge, Loie Bridge, Lorraine Bridges, Ettore Campana, Nina Campana, Jack Chefe, Ruth Cherrington, Alex Chivra, Martin Cichy, Gino Corrado, Gennaro Curci, Sidney D'Albrook, Olga Dane, Bill Days, Mario Dominici, Mike Donovan, Jay Eaton, Manuel Emanuel, Ruth Fanchon, Adolph Faylauer, Antonio Filauri, Harry Fleischmann, Bess Flowers, Otto Fries, Bud Geary, Alexander Giglio, Billy Gilbert, William Gould, Julia Griffith, George Guhl, Jonathan Hale, Ben Hall, Chuck Hamilton, Eddie Hart, Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian, Lew Hicks, Luther Hoobyar, Art Howard, Rodolfo Hoyos, George Irving, Selmer Jackson, Gwen Lee, Jack 'Tiny' Lipson, Wilbur Mack, Tandy MacKenzie, Tom Mahoney, Fred Malatesta, Jerry Mandy, Alphonse Martell, Francisco Marán, Charles McAvoy, Frank McClure, Tom McGuire, Edmund Mortimer, James C. Morton, Field Norton, Alex Novinsky, Wedgwood Nowell, William H. O'Brien, William J. O'Brien, Inez Palange, Claude Payton, Alexander Pollard, Russ Powell, Purnell Pratt, Hal Price, Rita, Ronald R. Rondell, Milton Royce, Rubin, Alexander Schoenberg, Earl Seaman, Rolfe Sedan, Evelyn Selbie, Bruce Sidney, Phillips Smalley, Stephen Soldi, Leo Sulky, Ludovico Tomarchio, Harry Tyler, Ellinor Vanderveer, Harry 'Zoup' Welsh, Leo White, James J. Wolf, Frank Yaconellishow all
“A Night at the Opera” Quotes 25 quotes
“- Otis B. Driftwood: Could he sail tomorrow?
- Fiorello: You pay him enough money, he could sail yesterday.”
“You're willing to pay him a thousand dollars a night just for singing? Why, you can get a phonograph record of Minnie the Moocher for 75 cents. And for a buck and a quarter, you can get Minnie.”
“- Fiorello: I haven't heard anything yet. Did you say anything?
- Otis B. Driftwood: Well, I haven't said anything worth hearing.”
“I don't care what your past has been. To me, you'll always be my good woman. Because I love you.”
“- Otis B. Driftwood: Go fast. I can see a man with a rope out there.
- Fiorello: How we happen to come to America is a great story, but I no tell that.”
“We no take gasoline, we no take the airplane. We take steamship. And that, friends, is how we fly across the ocean.”
“- Otis B. Driftwood: I'm practically a hermit.
- Henderson: Oh. A hermit. I notice the table's set for four.
- Otis B. Driftwood: That's nothing - my alarm clock is set for eight. That doesn't prove a thing.”
You know the old saying: "Two's company, five's a crowd".
“- Mrs. Claypool: I think we'd better keep everything on a business basis.
- Otis B. Driftwood: Every time I get romantic with you, you want to talk business. I don't know, there's something about me that brings out the business in every woman.”
“- Mrs. Claypool: Get off that bed. What would people say?
- Otis B. Driftwood: They'd probably say you're a very lucky woman.”
“- Lassparri: Never in my life have I received such treatment. They threw an apple at me.
- Otis B. Driftwood: Well, watermelons are out of season.”
“- Mrs. Claypool: It's rather difficult to believe that when I find you dining with another woman.
- Otis B. Driftwood: That woman? Do you know why I sat with her? Because she reminded me of you.”
“I have here an accident policy that will absolutely protect you no matter what happens. If you lose a leg, we'll help you look for it.”
“When I invite a woman to dinner I expect her to look at my face. That's the price she has to pay.”
“- Otis B. Driftwood: Do you know America is waiting to hear him sing?
- Fiorello: Well, he can sing loud, but he can't sing that loud.”
“- Fiorello: What's the matter, mister?
- Otis B. Driftwood: Oh, we had an argument and he pulled a knife on me, so I shot him.”
“Ladies and Gentlemen. I guess that takes in most of you. This is the opening of a new opera season, a season made possible by the generous checks of Mrs. Claypool.”
“- Henderson: You live here all alone?
- Otis B. Driftwood: Yes. Just me and my memories.”