Horse Feathers (1932)
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "Sign of the Four"
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Beastly Expressions"
Groucho reminisces over the first five Marx Brothers films, which he said were produced by Jesse L. Lasky.
The herbs in the film are named after the Marx Brothers and, at one point, Si quotes directly from this film.
It is one of the movie posters seen at the drive-in theater.
When Roger gives a $5 bill to the bouncer (at what turns out to be a casino) he says "Swordfish." This is a reference to the scene in Horse Feathers (1932) between Groucho and Chico Marx where Chico is the temporary bouncer at a speakeasy and Groucho uses the correct password "Swordfish" after Chico blabbed it to him.
Quote: "What's the password? ...And if you say 'Swordfish' I'll lose it!"
Murderface references Groucho Marx's famous line, 'Why don't you bore a hole in yourself and let the sap run out?'
the title referes to the bit in the film about the password "swordfish"
Crow: Anything further, Father?
Tom (in a scene at a football game): "Harpo!"
One of the two films that Mike (dressed as Groucho) and Gloria (dressed as Harpo) were going out to see
In Horse Feathers, the speakeasy password was Swordfish, which became the most famous "password" of several generations
Harpo throws the football to an opposition player in order to tackle him, just as Adam Sandler does in 'The Waterboy'.
Partygoer dressed as Groucho from the movie
Betty's version of "Ev'ry One Says I Love You" is yet another version of the song introduced by the Marx Brothers in the earlier film--also released by Paramount Pictures.
Plays on Television
Groucho guesses the password
Professor Wagstaff (Groucho Marx) addresses the class.
This film is #65 on the list.
Showing in the cinema where Ginny and Murphy meet
When Lewis asks Hathaway to look for goose feathers, he replies "I thought that was a Marx Brothers film."