Room Service - (Original Trailer)
The Marx Brothers are three zany producers trying to extend their hotel credit until they can get a play mounted in Room Service (1938).
Room Service (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Gallstones At The Plaza
Broke Broadway producer Miller (Groucho Marx), buddy Binelli (Chico) and their hick playwright Davis (Frank Albertson) are trying to figure out how to handle their giant hotel bill before opening, joined by pal Faker Englund (Harpo), then hitting on the idea to trick enforcer Wagner (Donald MacBride), in Room Service, 1938.
Room Service (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Not Dead, Just Dying!
Now looking to avoid arrest and having the play shut down in mid-performance, producer Miller (Groucho Marx), pal Binelli (Chico), and the playwright (Frank Albertson), joined by Faker (Harpo), hatch another scheme to thwart furious financier Wagner (Donald MacBride), with support from Ann Miller, in the only Marx Brothers RKO feature, Room Service, 1938.
Room Service (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Just Before He Was Shot
Opening with Groucho as a Broadway producer, Alexander Asro his waiter, Cliff Dunstan, his brother-in-law, Lucille Ball on the phone, in the only Marx Brothers film made at RKO, and the only one not written for them, but based on a Broadway hit by Allen Boretz and John Murray, Room Service, 1938.