Go West (1940) - (Original Trailer)
A zany trio head West in search of gold, and end up involved in a long-time feud in Go West (1940) starring The Marx Brothers.
Go West (1940) - My Word As An Embezzler
Lulubelle (June MacCloy) diverts the saloon crowd with a tune by Bronislau Kaper and Gus Kahn, Quale (Groucho Marx) in support while Harpo and Chico (as Rusty and Joe) steal back the deed they used as an I-O-U, the latter wrapping with his obligatory piano bit, in Go West, 1940.
Go West (1940) - On The Bottom
Second encounter between Quale (Groucho Marx) and brothers Rusty and Joe (Harpo and Chico Marx), who have tumbled to ownership of crucial plot of land, which land agent Beecher (Walter Woolf King) hopes to buy, Iris Adrian the dishy stagecoach passenger, in Go West, 1940.
Go West (1940) - Keep The Baggage
Opening scene at the train station "back east," Groucho as hustler "Quale," encountering crackpot brothers, Chico and Harpo as "Joe" and "Rusty," Ed Gargan the ticket agent, in what is often cited as an under-rated Marx Bros. vehicle, Go West, 1940, from MGM.