Animal Crackers (1930) Poster

Louis Sorin: Roscoe W. Chandler



  • Capt. Spaulding : One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in my pajamas, I don't know. Then we tried to remove the tusks. The tusks. That's not so easy to say. Tusks. You try it some time.

    Roscoe Chandler : Oh, simple: "tusks."

    Capt. Spaulding : [shakes Chandler's hand]  My name is Spaulding. I've always wanted to meet you, Mr. Chandler. As I say, we tried to remove the tusks. But they were embedded so firmly we couldn't budge them. Of course, in Alabama the Tuscaloosa, but that is entirely ir-elephant to what I was talking about.

  • Ravelli : [asking Roscoe Chandler about his new identity]  How did you get to be Roscoe W. Chandler?

    Roscoe Chandler : Say, how did you get to be an Italian?

    Ravelli : Never mind that, whose confession is this?

  • Roscoe Chandler : Now tell me, Capt. Spaulding, you've been quite a traveler. What do you think about South America? I'm going there soon.

    Capt. Spaulding : Is that so! Where're you going?

    Roscoe Chandler : Uruguay.

    Capt. Spaulding : Well, you go Uruguay and I'll go mine.

  • Roscoe Chandler : Now, please, Chandler is my name. Roscoe W. Chandler.

    Ravelli : Yeah, but I don't care about the name. You see, some place I met you before; because, your face is a very familiar. Now, wait, let me see. Were you ever in Sing-Sing?

  • Roscoe Chandler : Hooray for Capt. Spaulding! Three cheers for Capt. Spaulding! Three cheers for Capt. Spaulding! Three cheers...

    [Harpo arrives with three chairs] 

    Mrs. Rittenhouse : No one asked for the chairs. Put them right were you found them. Now, get out.

  • Roscoe Chandler : Listen, here. I have me a check for $5,000. Now, I give it to you. Here.

    Ravelli : Hey, is it good?

    Roscoe Chandler : Well, of course it is good. Who would give me a bad check?

    Ravelli : I would!

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